Here’s how you can watch all of the action, wherever you are in the world
UK & Ireland
Undercard – IFLTV YouTube channel from 8pm (local time)
Main Card – live and free-to-air on Channel 5 from 10pm
Rest of the world
Full card – live on DAZN from 8pm
Harlem Eubank faces a late change of opponent in the headline slot at York Hall tomorrow night after illness ruled Christian Uruzquieta out of action.
The Mexican fighter arrived in London earlier this week but began feeling unwell and, today, has been deemed unfit to fight on Friday evening.
Stepping into the breach to face 16-0 Eubank, is Argentinean Miguel Antin who is seasoned, well-travelled and holds no fear about fighting away from home.
Eubank tops a bumper Wasserman Boxing card at the spiritual home of British boxing, in association with Ladbrokes, Numan and Infinitum Entertainment, with heavyweight bulldozer ‘Magic’ Matty Harris and German stars Abass Baraou and Sophie Alisch part of an exciting undercard.
Wasserman Head of Global Boxing, Kalle Sauerland says Eubank is one of the “hot prospects” of British boxing, but the 29-year-old must first deal with ‘El Gato’, the hugely experienced late substitute.
WHEN IS EUBANK VS. ANTIN? DATE, START TIME
- Date: Friday, March 31
- Start time: 2:00 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. BST
- Main event ringwalks (approx): 5:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 p.m. BST
- The fight will take place at York Hall, London, United Kingdom
- Viewers in the UK can watch the fight live on Channel 5 from 10:00 pm,
- The main card is set to get underway at 2:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. BST with the main event ringwalks scheduled for 5:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 p.m. BST.
The unbeaten Harlem Eubank said: “Friday night’s opponent may have changed, but my mission remains the same: put on a performance and make a statement in front of a huge TV audience on Channel 5.
“Antin is coming in at short notice, he has nothing to lose and that makes him extremely dangerous.
“But the way I’m feeling, and the way I’ve been training, I plan on dispatching him in good fashion to set up a massive 2023.
“Like the British fight fans, I am excited about the potential match-ups that are out there for me. They will happen and I am looking forward to them but, first, my focus is on Antin.”
Also part of a big punching show at York Hall, Harry Scarff takes on Jordan Dujon in a tasty looking domestic tear-up at super welterweight.
Full Undercard Confirmed
Harlem Eubank will use his headlining slot on Wasserman Boxing’s second action-packed show in a week to make a statement about his title intentions for the year.
Live and free-to-air on Channel 5 from 10pm on Friday, the unbeaten Eubank returns to York Hall and aims to set up a shot at the British title next.
Wasserman Boxing, in association with Ladbrokes, Numan and Infinitum Entertainment, have put together a card that is, pound-for-pound, as talent-crammed as any you will see anywhere, and it comes straight off the back of their sold-out show in Bolton last week, with 1.5m people tuning in to watch on Channel 5.
Super lightweight star Eubank tops this week’s event that also sees the return of the destructive Matty Harris, one Britain’s most fearsome heavyweight prospects, who has blasted his way through his last three opponents in the first round.
Harris expects to add to his highlight reel of knockouts, when trading punches with Milos Veletic, in a fight that nobody thinks will go the six-round distance.
There also a tasty looking title tussle between Harry Scarff and Jordan Dujon on Friday’s show.
It’s Derby vs Barnet as Scarff and Dujon battle for the WBO European super welterweight belt.
Germany’s world-rated super welterweight Abass Baraou fights for a second time in the UK, at York Hall on Friday night, in an eight-round dust-up with Ferenc Katona.
You don’t want to miss the British debut of Baraou’s compatriot, Sophie Alisch, the fearsome featherweight, who is being primed for world honours.
Alisch takes on the seasoned Bec Connolly, who has tested a string of emerging fighters in recent years including Skye Nicolson and Ebanie Bridges, and so Germany’s Sophie will aim to lay down a marker as she looks to take her career to the next level.
Make sure to keep an eye on Finchley’s Jesse Brandon, a protégé of Anthony Joshua, and a super lightweight with a massive future.
Brandon made his debut at York Hall in November and returns to the spiritual home of British boxing this week to tackle Spain’s Borja Lopez over four rounds.
There’s a buzz around the professional journey of Codie Smith, which starts this week with Wasserman Boxing.
Smith boxed for England and Great Britain on the international amateur stage, but now turns his attention to the pro ranks and a four round featherweight fight with Luca Genovese on Friday night.
There is also a pro debut for Jurrell Patterson and a heavyweight outing for Peter Belberov.
EUBANK VS. ANTIN
First bell on Friday night is 19:00.
4 Rounds Super Welterweight contest
Jurrell Patterson – weigh-in tomorrow
Vasif Mamedov – weigh-in tomorrow
6 Rounds Super Welterweight contest
Lorenzo Grasso 157.4lbs
Charlie Sheldon 153.14lbs
6 Rounds Super Welterweight contest
Jake Henty 148.13lbs
Petar Aleksandrov 151.7lbs
6 Rounds Featherweight contest
Sophie Alisch 124.13lbs
Gemma Ruegg 125.12lbs
8 Rounds Super Welterweight contest
Abass Baraou 155.6lbs
Ferenc Katona 156.1lbs
4 Rounds Featherweight contest
Codie Smith 126.3lbs
Luca Genovese 126.13lbs
4 Rounds Super Lightweight contest
Jesse Brandon 140.1lbs
Borja Lopez 142.15lbs
6 Rounds Heavyweight contest
Matty Harris 261.3lbs
Milos Veletic 262.6lbs
10 Rounds Super Lightweight contest
Harlem Eubank 142.13
Miguel Antin 146.3
10 Rounds Super Welterweight contest
Harry Scarff 154.12lbs
Jordan Dujon 156.9lbs