Matchroom Boxing’s Fight Camp LIVE: Date and start time, how to watch, live stream and full fight card
Matchroom Boxing’s Fight Camp will become a reality this weekend as elite fighting heads to Eddie Hearn’s back garden.
The world of boxing is starting to come back to life following months halted due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
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Following on from the success of UFC’s Fight Island concept, boxing is ready to take to the new Matchroom HQ Back Garden.
The grounds of the Essex mansion where Hearn grew up have been transformed into a boxing arena as part of lead promoter Hearn’s ambitious plans.
Super-Welterweight rivals Sam Eggington and Ted Cheeseman will face off in the headline bout this weekend with the Fight Camp set to put on many more shows moving forward.
Matchroom Boxing’s Fight Camp: Date and time
The event will take place on Saturday, August 1 and is being held behind closed doors at the new Matchroom HQ Back Garden.
The first fight is scheduled for 7pm with the main event of Eggington vs Cheeseman are expected from 10pm UK time.
Eggington vs Cheeseman will be a 12-round bout for the IBF International Super-Welterweight title.
On the undercard, James Tennyson vs Gavin Gwynne will be for the British Lightweight title while Fabio Wardley vs Simon Vallily will be for the English Heavyweight title
A look inside Eddie Hearn’s Fight Camp in the Matchroom HQ back garden as boxing looks to follow UFC’s Fight Island success in Abu Dhabi
Matchroom Boxing’s Fight Camp: TV channel and live stream
The fight night will be shown on Sky Sports Action from 7pm and Sky Sports Main Event from 9:30pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £8.99.
Matchroom Boxing’s Fight Camp: Fight card
- Sam Eggington vs Ted Cheeseman (Super-Welterweight)
- James Tennyson vs Gavin Gwynne (British Lightweight Title)
- Jordan Gill vs Reece Bellotti (Featherweight)
- Fabio Wardley vs Simon Vallily (English Heavyweight Title)
- Dalton Smith vs Nathan Bennett (Super-Lightweight)