Anthony Joshua is in Saudi Arabia ahead of his huge heavyweight rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr next week.
The British superstar is looking to reclaim his world titles in the desert following his shock defeat to the Mexican in June.
That result at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden was one of boxing’s biggest ever upset and the two are set to go to battle again.
AJ knows another defeat could end his career at the top while Ruiz will be eager to continue to defy the odds.
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Joshua vs Ruiz 2: Date and UK start time
The Diriyah Arena will host the heavyweight title bout on Saturday, December 7.
The two fighters are expected to make their ring walks at 10pm GMT – Saudi Arabia is three hours ahead of the UK.
It means the fight will not be taking place in the early hours of the morning for British fans like the first clash between the pair did in NYC.
Joshua vs Ruiz 2: How to watch
The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office with their broadcast starting from 4pm GMT.
It will be available for £24.95, with the full undercard and main event shown.
You can also live stream for the same price on your computer, mobile and tablet devices.
Joshua vs Ruiz 2: Undercard
Dillian Whyte, Alexander Povetkin and Eric Moline have been announced to fight on the undercard.
- Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua (WBA Super, IBF, WBO, IBO world heavyweight titles)
- Dillian Whyte vs Mariusz Wach (WBC interim heavyweight title)
- Alexander Povetkin vs Michael Hunter (heavyweight)
- Filip Hrgovic vs Eric Molina (WBC international heavyweight title)
- Mahammadrasul Majidov vs Tom Little (heavyweight)
- Hopey Price vs TBC
- Diego Pacheco vs TBC
Joshua vs Ruiz 2: What have the fighters said?
Anthony Joshua: “It’s more myself I have to change. I am looking at myself in the mirror and saying I know I’m better than that.
“Andy is still the same person. He will come game and I’ve got to change some of my bits and bobs.
“I was 50 per cent of the way towards getting a win, just got caught.”
Andy Ruiz Jr: “I don’t think he’s going to try, how can I say this, go head-to-head with me. But if he does, even better.”