26-10-2017 12:14 AM - edited 26-10-2017 12:16 AM
On Saturday 28 October, from 6pm, watch an evening of boxing including the World heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua, defending his title against Carlos Takam. Don't miss the latest test for the King of British boxing, broadcast live from the Principality Stadium, Cardiff. It will be Joshua's first fight since stopping Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium in April, adding the WBA title to the IBF belt won in 2016.
For just £19.95, TalkTalk TV viewers can enjoy a thrilling evening of boxing via Sky Sports Box Office (Channel 419). Here are all the details you need to watch the fight (Click here)
Venue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Date: Saturday 28 October
on 29-10-2017 03:04 PM
Anthony Joshua v Carlos Takam (IBF and WBA heavyweight)
Anthony Joshua wins and defends his titles with a 10th round TKO
Kal Yafai v Sho Ishida (WBA world super-flyweight)
Kai Yafai defends super-flyweight belt with a unanimous points win
Dillian Whyte v Robert Helenius (WBC silver heavyweight)
Dillian Whyte wins the WBC Silver heavyweight title
after claiming a unanimous decision verdict over Robert Helenius
Katie Taylor v Anahi Esther (WBA lightweight)
Katie Taylor is the new WBA lightweight champion
after receiving a unanimous points decision
Frank Buglioni v Craig Richards (British light-heavyweight)
Frank Buglioni wins by unanimous decision to defend his British title
Joe Cordina claims fifth professional win
Joshua Buatsi wins on points after six rounds
Lawrence Okolie wins by TKO in round three
on 26-10-2017 08:26 PM
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TalkTalk TV carries Sky Box Office Pay Per View events regularly. TalkTalk customers are supplied with a TV Viewing box for a mix of both free and subscription viewing. The subscription viewing isn't going to be viewable outside of the UK though.
on 26-10-2017 01:32 PM - last edited on 26-10-2017 08:17 PM by Gondola
Is TalkTalk the same as subscribing to Sky Box? Because in this guide, talktalk is mentioned separately, whereas I assume that it's a separate service, is it?