Boxing tonight: What boxing is on TV? How to watch Andrade vs Sulecki, Parker, Charlo

Demetrius Andrade defends his WBO middleweight title tonight in Providence as he goes toe-to-toe with Maciej Sulecki.

The world champion has won all 27 of his fights yet still doesn’t seem to get the credit that he deserves, but tonight he will look to put on another show in front of a home crowd at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

In the opposite corner, the challenger has only tasted defeat once which came at the hands of Daniel Jacobs in April last year.

The Pole put on a spirited display that night despite losing by unanimous decision, getting up from a 12th round knockdown to set up a shootout before the final bell.

Also on the card is Anthony Joshua’s former opponent Joseph Parker, who returns to the ring for his first bout since signing for Matchroom boxing, against Alex Leapai.

British star Khalid Yafai is also in action, defending his WBA super-flyweight world title against Norbelto Jimenez.

In Houston, Jermall Charlo also looks to defend his WBC middleweight title after the boxing governing body upgraded Canelo Alvarez to their Franchise champion in a controversial move earlier this week.

So how can you watch the action?

Demetrius Andrade vs Maciej Sulecki

Eddie Hearn’s latest show will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action from 2am in the early hours of Sunday morning.

If you are a Sky customer then you will also be able to watch the action via the SkyGo app.

The main event is expected to get underway around 4am if you are committed enough to stay up or set an alarm.

Full card

Khalid Yafai vs Norbelto Jimenez

Joseph Parker vs Alex Leapai

Mark DeLuca vs Brandon Brewer

Shelly Vincent vs Simone Aparecida Da Silva

Anthony Marsella Jr vs Jose Aubel

Otha Jones III vs Matias Agustin Arriagada

Raymond Ford vs Isidro Figueroa

Alexis Espino vs Kerby Saint-Juste

Anthony Concepcion vs Yasmani Pedroso

Jermall Charlo vs Brandon Adams

This fight and the undercard will be shown on ITV 4.

The coverage is set to start at 2am UK time, similarly to the Andrade.

If you are feeling too tired to get out of bed or can’t find the remote, it is available on the ITV Hub which can be downloaded on iPhone, iPads, tablets and Android.

Custio Custis vs Johan Perez

The bout for the IBF Intercontinental welterweight title gets underway at 4am.

If you are willing to watch this one over the other two events tonight, the undercard will be shown on Box Nation from 1am.