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Ruiz Jr vs Joshua 2: All the ways to watch the heavyweight rematch Anthony Joshua attempts to regain his world titles in an epic rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr, live on Sky Sports Box Office, and there are even more ways to watch! Sky customer: Ruiz Jr vs Joshua 2 Non Sky customer: Ruiz Jr vs Joshua 2 Britain's heavyweight star faces Ruiz Jr in a spectacular second fight, with the WBA 'super', IBF and WBO belts at stake again in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia on Saturday. Dillian Whyte battles Mariusz Wach on the same bill, which also features even more heavyweight action as Alexander Povetkin collides with Michael Hunter and Filip Hrvgovic faces Eric Molina in another explosive encounter. If you are a Sky Sports subscriber or not, here are all the ways to make sure you don't miss a second of the Sky Sports Box Office event. Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua 2 is live on Sky Sports Box Office Press box office, select sports and events.
Or press the green button to book whenever you see a Ruiz Jr vs Joshua 2 advertisement on screen. Dillian Whyte has been added to the Ruiz Jr vs Joshua 2 bill Select 'Sport' on your menu and then select 'Box Office' within the sport menu at the bottom of 5/6 options. To book it to watch on TV, go to my.sky.com/orderboxoffice/ - there is no surcharge for online bookings. Watch Ruiz Jr vs Joshua 2 online through the Sky Sports Box Office app and website. If you don't have a Box Office account, you'll be able to sign up and buy the fight right now.
Log in to the app using your Sky Sports Box Office account details, sit back and enjoy the fight. Speak to your local Sky Sports venue to find out about watching the event there. Go to pubfinder.sky.com for more information. Sky Sports Box Office terms apply. Watch Ruiz Jr vs Joshua 2 on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Box Office, from 5pm.
The main event ring walks are scheduled for 8.45pm UK time with the fights streamed live on Sky Sports Box Office. Follow all the latest from Saudi Arabia right here - and if you fancy a flutter on the main event, click here to bet with bet365. Michael Hunter and Alexander Povetkin shared a split decision draw after 12 entertaining rounds on Saturday night in Saudi Arabia. It was a thrilling fight between the heavyweights who produced plenty of action, but ultimately could not be separated by the three scoring judges. Matchroom Boxing 3 Povetkin vs Hunter was scored a draw The fight began at a furious pace as Hunter came out surprisingly fast and rocked Povetkin multiple times in the first round. Povetkin appeared to have somewhat weathered the storm by the third and fourth rounds as Hunter's punches had less of an affect on him and he returned fire with shots of his own. Matchroom Boxing 3 Povetkin came on strong at times in the middle rounds Hunter appeared to be landing the cleaner shots, catching Povetkin as he came charging forwards before utilising his own effective aggression. By the tenth, the 40-year-old appeared to have expended all of his energy and in the eleventh he was clinging on for dear life with Hunter hurting him repeatedly with right hands. Alexander Povetkin and Michael Hunter fight out a draw in Diriyah. pic.twitter.com/gje04mXvwG — Sky Sports Boxing (@SkySportsBoxing) December 7, 2019 Hunter said post-fight: "I don't make the scores so there's nothing I can say on it. Povetkin replied: "I think it was a 50/50 fight. With only three weeks notice and moving up two weight categories it was always going to take something spectacular to beat Saudi Arabian Zuhair Al Qahtani for the Lightweight Middle East title. Omar, 25, was fighting on the undercard of the Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jnr rematch in Saudi Arabia tonight. Joshua is looking to reclaim his WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO world titles against Mexican Ruiz. Dusary of Blackburn fought valiantly and despite taking some heavy blows he looked every part an international boxer throughout the eight rounds. Omar Dusary had won seven out of his first eight fights and was up against the more experienced Zuhayr Al Qahtani (PA/Nick Potts) After fighting a competitive 8 rounds against the Saudi Born boxer he was unfortunate to leave the ring without the belt. Zuhayr Al Qahtani (right) reacts after his bout with Omar Dusary during their WBC Middle East title contest at the Diriyah Arena, Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. BLACKBURN'S Omar Dusary came up short on his big night on the Anthony Joshua-Andy Ruiz undercard in Saudi Arabia. The 25-year-old featherweight jumped up two weight classes at short notice to face home favourite Zuhayr Al Qahtani for the WBC's Middle East lightweight championship in Diriyah. Born in Kuwait, Dusary arrived in England as a 12-year-old unable to speak English but is now degree educated and had amassed an unbeaten eight-fight record of seven wins and one draw before his big night in the Gulf.