Where can you watch Anthony Joshua vs Eric Molina?

Saturday 10 December sees top British boxer Anthony Joshua defend his IBF World Heavyweight title against Eric Molina. It’s gearing up to be an exciting fight, but what do you need to do to watch it?

If you want to see the match live, you need to open your wallet. The match is a pay-per-view event on Sky Sports Box Office, and the amount you'll have to spend depends on which TV service you favour.

The cheapest way to watch the bout is TalkTalk TV. Signing up for the match on Sky Sports Box Office will run you £14.95. You'll be able to record the fight, and re-watch it at any point that weekend - though after Sunday, it won't be accessible anymore.

Similar rules apply if you get TV from Sky. There, the match will cost you £16.95. And if you're a Virgin Media customer, expect to pay the same.

Coverage starts at 5pm, and also includes an intriguing undercard fight between London rivals Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora.

But Joshua and Molina remain the main event, and their face-off is set to start at around 10.30pm. It's sure to be a fraught event - Joshua's enjoying a perfect run, with 17 wins from 17 matches so far. But Molina will be hungry for a win, and eager to break the streak, so the gloves will be off. But not literally obviously. Because that's against the rules.

The match is on Saturday, but if you're planning to tune in, you can register now for access on the day.

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