TNT Sports Boxing: Fight schedule and how to watch LIVE

TNT Sports – formerly BT Sport – is one of the premier broadcasters in the UK and Ireland, with a terrific boxing heritage full of great fights and sensational moments.

The channel has become a major player in delivering live TV sport in recent years, and the fight game is just one example.

Outside the square ring, TNT Sports also shows English Premier League football and elite MMA coverage via its relationship with UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship). TNT is also the home of the UEFA Champions League, after the company paid an eye-watering £1.2billion to secure the fights for Europe’s premier football club competition.

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Subscribers to TNT Sports channels get a high-quality schedule of boxing fights throughout the year as part of their package. Meanwhile certain fights are shown as pay-per-view events. on the BT Sport Box Office platform.

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2 and Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 for example were all PPV events on BT Sport Box Office, with fans paying a one-off fee to access the bouts. The recent Fury vs Dillian Whyte title fight was also a PPV affair on BT Sport Box Office as was Fury’s trilogy fight with Dereck Chisora in December 2022.

BT Sport also showed the sensational middleweight bouts between P4P king Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Gennadiy ‘GGG’ Golovkin in 2017 and 2018.

TNT continued the tradition of high-quality boxing PPVs by airing Fury vs Francis Ngannou in October 2023.

TNT Sports Box Office

TNT Sports Box Office (formerly BT Sport Box Office) is the pay-per-view platform where viewers can pay a fee to watch major sporting events such as huge world title fights.

WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and UFC megastar Conor McGregor are just two of the fighters to have graced the platform regularly in recent years.

The price is determined on an event-by-event basis for BT Sport Box Office events. Fury’s rematch victory over Wilder in Las Vegas in February 2020 retailed for £24.95. Conor McGregor’s UFC rematch with Dustin Poirier on Saturday January 23, 2021 meanwhile cost less than that at £19.95.

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TNT Sports Sport Box Office how to watch and FAQs

There are a number of ways in which to watch TNT Sports Box Office events. Here are the most important:

  • If you’re a TNT Sports TV customer, you can buy and watch Box Office events.
  • If you want to watch on the TNT Sports Sport Box Office app or web, sign up for a TNT Sports Box Office account.
  • You cannot watch events on the TNT Sports app, you must download the TNT Sports Box Office app.
  • If you have a Sky box and viewing card, you can buy any event.
  • Virgin Media customers should consult details on their set top box or the Virgin Media website.
  • TalkTalk TV customers can purchase and watch events on channel 494.
  • Republic of Ireland customers can buy events, and should go to Sky Ireland for more details.

TNT Sports Sport Box Office channel numbers: TNT Sports Sport Box Office is Channel 494 on BT TV; Channel 495 on BT TV; Channel 490 on Sky TV; Channel 494 on Sky TV.

TNT Sports Boxing schedule

Major upcoming confirmed fights on TNT Sports (including Fury vs Usyk) are as follows:

  • July 20: Liam Davies vs Shabaz Masoud (Birmingham, England)
  • July 20: Nathan Heaney vs Brad Pauls (Birmingham, England)
  • July 20: Chantelle Cameron vs tbc (Birmingham, England)
  • July 27: Joe Joyce vs Derek Chisora (London, England)

TNT Sports Boxing fighters

TNT Sports has a contract with Frank Warren’s Queensberry Promotions – which ensures high-quality boxing on a regular basis.

Fighters include:

  • Tyson Fury (world heavyweight champion)
  • Zhilei Zhang (heavyweight)
  • Joe Joyce (heavyweight)
  • Daniel Dubois (heavyweight)
  • David Adeleye (heavyweight)
  • Moses Itauma (heavyweight)
  • Boma Brown (heavyweight)
  • Solomon Dacres (heavyweight)
  • Ellis Zorro (cruiserweight)
  • Tommy Fletcher (cruiserweight)
  • Aloys Junior (cruiserweight)
  • Arnold Obodai (cruiserweight)
  • Natty Ngwenya (cruiserweight)
  • Anthony Yarde (light-heavyweight)
  • Karol Itauma (light-heavyweight)
  • Willy Hutchinson (light-heavyweight)
  • Ezra Taylor (light-heavyweight)
  • Zach Parker (super-middleweight)
  • Mark Heffron (super-middleweight)
  • Denzel Bentley (middleweight)
  • Hamzah Sheeraz (middleweight)
  • Nathan Heaney (middleweight)
  • James Heneghan (middleweight)
  • Sam King (middleweight)
  • Carl Fail (super-welterweight)
  • Ben Fail (super-welterweight)
  • Joshua Frankham (super-welterweight)
  • Sonny Liston Ali (super-welterweight)
  • George Davey (super-welterweight)
  • Joel Kodua (super-welterweight)
  • Jim Smith (super-welterweight)
  • Hannah Rankin (super-welterweight)
  • Ekow Essuman (welterweight)
  • Owen Cooper (welterweight)
  • Khalid Ali (welterweight)
  • Sean Noakes (welterweight)
  • Pierce O’Leary (super-lightweight)
  • Henry Turner (super-lightweight)
  • Ethan James (super-lightweight)
  • Callum Thompson (super-lightweight)
  • Willo Hayden (super-lightweight)
  • Macauley Owen (super-lightweight)
  • Nicola Barke (super-lightweight)
  • Gavin Gwynne (lightweight)
  • Sam Noakes (lightweight)
  • Mark Chamberlain (lightweight)
  • Denys Berinchyk (lightweight)
  • Amaar Akbar (lightweight)
  • Anthony Cacace (super-featherweight)
  • Charles Frankham (super-featherweight)
  • Jamie Chamberlain (super-featherweight)
  • Ryan Garner (super-featherweight)
  • Billy Adams (super-featherweight)
  • Nick Ball (featherweight)
  • Nathaniel Collins (featherweight)
  • Raven Chapman (featherweight)
  • Louie Lynn (featherweight)
  • Royston Barney-Smith (featherweight)
  • Masood Abdulah (featherweight)
  • Umar Khan (featherweight)
  • Charlie Hickford (featherweight)
  • Liam Davies (super-bantamweight)
  • Dennis McCann (super-bantamweight)
  • Andrew Cain (super-bantamweight)
  • Ionut Baluta (super-bantamweight)
  • Brad Strand (super-bantamweight)
  • Chris Bourke (bantamweight)
  • Kristina O’Hara (flyweight)