Anthony Joshua vs Robert Helenius live stream and TV guide: How to watch huge fight from London

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ANTHONY JOSHUA will return to the ring on Saturday night to face Robert Helenius at the O2 Arena.

The two-time former unified world heavyweight champion was due to fight Dillian Whyte, but the fight was cancelled after the Body Snatcher returned an ‘adverse finding’ from his VADA (Voluntary Anti-Doping Association) testing.

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Anthony Joshua wins Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin Heavyweight fight 'New Dawn' The O2 Arena 01.04.2023 Photograph By Marc Aspland The TimesAnthony Joshua beat Jermaine Franklin in his last fight back in April 2023Times Media Ltd

Anthony Joshua was last in action in April when he beat Jermaine Franklin on points.

AJ will be hoping to win by knockout for the first time since his 9th-round destruction of Kubrat Pulev in December 2020.

Joshua’s opponent Helenius fought just last week, beating Mika Mielonen by way of TKO.

‘The Nordic Nightmare’ was knocked out in the first round by Deontay Wilder back in October, and AJ will be hoping he can replicate the Bronze Bomber’s path to victory.

How can I watch Anthony Joshua vs Robert Helenius?

  • Joshua vs Helenius will be shown on DAZN in the UK.
  • DAZN offer a monthly subscription for £9.99 which commits you to an entire year of action.
  • Or, fans can pay an upfront fee of £99.99, and that will cover you for the whole year – plus it is the lowest cost option.
  • DAZN also offer a flexible pass worth £19.99 a month which can be cancelled at any time.
  • The event is available to live stream via your mobile or any tablet device where the DAZN app can be downloaded.
  • Alternatively, you can follow SunSport’s live blog to keep up to date with all the action from the O2 Arena.

Can I watch DAZN on my TV?

  • On March 23, DAZN launched their first TV channel on Sky known as DAZN 1 HD.
  • The channel will show a 24/7 schedule of live and catch-up content including 50-plus fights a year.
  • DAZN will be on Sky channel 429 in the UK and Ireland.
  • To access the channel, you will need a DAZN subscription which will also give you access to the DAZN app which is available to download for free onto your mobile or tablet.

Who is on the card?

Here are all the fights scheduled to take place at the O2 Arena on Saturday night:

  • Anthony Joshua vs Robert Helenius
  • Derek Chisora vs Gerald Washington
  • Filip Hrgovic vs. Demsey McKean
  • Johnny Fisher vs. Harry Armstrong
  • George Liddard vs. Radek Rousal
  • Maisey Rose Courtney vs. Gemma Ruegg
  • Campbell Hatton vs. Tom Ansell
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