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((STREAMS>)) Francis Ngannou vs Joshua Live Broadcast Free 8 March 2024 Today

Joshua vs Ngannou live stream: How to watch boxing online, start time, full fight card, main card underway. Anthony Joshua vs Francis Ngannou – aka Knockout Chaos – is the headline act on a massive boxing bill from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Friday, March 8. Britain's former two-time world heavyweight champion faces the big-hitting former MMA fighter who put WBC title holder Tyson Fury on his uppers at the end of last year. It's going to be a blood-and-thunder contest — and you can watch Joshua vs Ngannou live streams from anywhere

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Ex-champ AJ faces the big-hitting Predator who floored Fury. Everything you need to know to watch Friday's massive fight in Saudi Arabia

The preliminary fights are underway in Riyadh ahead of tonight's main event and the atmosphere is building at the Kingdom Arena. At yesterday's weigh in, Ngannou tipped the scales over 20lbs heavier than Joshua in what could be an indication of the aggression he'll bring. The Cameroonian weighed 272.6lbs (19st 6oz) to Joshua's 252.4lbs (18st), with both men promising an early finish of the other. Who will succeed?

Joshua vs Ngannou live stream start time

► Date: Today (Friday, Mar. 8, 2024)

► Venue: Kingdom Arena, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

► Main card: 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT / 3 p.m. GMT / 2 a.m. AEDT (Mar. 9).

► Joshua vs Ngannou: 6 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT / 11 p.m. GMT / 10 a.m. AEDT (Mar. 9).

• U.S. / RoW — DAZN PPV

• U.K. — DAZN PPV / Sky Sports Box Office

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Joshua returns to Saudi Arabia for the third time with the fight being unusually held on a Friday because the kingdom is hosting the F1 over the weekend. AJ needs another big win as he rebuilds his career after back-to-back losses to Oleksandr Usyk in 2021 and 2022.

The two-time former unified heavyweight world champion had planned to fight Deontay Wilder, but the Bronze Bomber's overwhelming defeat to Joseph Parker on Christmas Eve put paid to that money spinner while Usyk and Tyson Fury meet for the undisputed title.

No one expected Ngannou to provide anything close to the challenge he posed to Tyson Fury in their fight last year. In the Battle of the Baddest, the former UFC world heavyweight champion did what no one expected, boxing at range on the back foot and picking his moments to attack, instead of going all guns blazing. An overhand left knocked down Fury in the third round, before the French-Cameroonian lost a controversial split decision on the scorecards.

Below, we'll show you how to watch Joshua vs Ngannou live streams from anywhere – in the U.S. or abroad. Plus, we analyse a stacked undercard that also includes Zhilei Zhang vs Joseph Parker for the WBO interim heavyweight title and two world title fights.

Who is on the Joshua-Ngannou card?

There's plenty on the Anthony Joshua vs Francis Ngannou undercard to whet your appetite for the big headline bout.

The co-main event features a contest for the interim WBO heavyweight title as Zhilei Zhang takes on Joseph Parker. Both fighters are coming off career-best defeats of Joe Joyce and Deontay Wilder respectively and this could be the fight of the night for the purists.

Also on the bill are two world title fights. Rey Vargas defends his WBC featherweight title against unbeaten Brit Nick Ball, while Israil Madrimov takes on Magomed Kurbanov for the vacant WBA super welterweight title.

Anthony Joshua vs. Francis Ngannou; Heavyweight

Zhilei Zhang vs Joseph Parker; For Zhang's WBO interim heavyweight title

Rey Vargas vs Nick Ball; For Vargas' WBC featherweight title

Israil Madrimov vs. Magomed Kurbanov; For the vacant WBA super welterweight title

Gavin Gwynne vs. Mark Chamberlain; Lightweight

Justis Huni vs. Kevin Lerena; Heavyweight

Jack McGann vs. Louis Green; Light middleweight

Roman Fury vs. Martin Svarc; Heavyweight

Ziyad Almaayouf vs. Christian Lopez Flores; Super lightweight

Andrii Novytski vs. Juan Torres; Heavyweight

Anthony Joshua (27-3, 24 KOs) makes his first fight appearance of 2024 in a ten-round bout against former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou (0-1) on Friday, March 8. The pair of skilled heavyweights will close out DAZN’s “Knockout Chaos” card taking place at the Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Joshua defeated Otto Wallin via fifth-round retirement in his last outing, finishing 2023 on a three-fight winning streak. The former unified heavyweight champion is looking like his old self of late. “AJ” is another sharp performance away from a coveted world title shot.

Ngannou proved his power punching ability could translate from the octagon to the ring in his debut against WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury. Last October, “The Predator” scored a third-round knockdown of Fury, but lost in a close split decision. Now the former UFC standout is out to prove his boxing debut was no fluke.

Last time out, the 34-year-old demolished Otto Wallin over five rounds on the same December 2023 Riyadh card where Deontay Wilder faced Joseph Parker. The plan was for Joshua to face long-time Wilder rival on this March 8 date before Parker ripped up the script by claiming a wide points decision.

Step forward Ngannou, who shocked the sporting world by flooring undefeated WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury on his boxing debut last October before losing a disputed split decision. The former MMA heavyweight king now has designs on toppling one of the other giants among boxing’s big men in this era.

On the undercard, Parker rides again against the concussive southpaw threat of Zhilei Zhang, while there is world title action at featherweight, as Rey Vargas puts his WBC title on the line against Nick Ball, and super welterweight, where Israil Madrimov and Magomed Kurbanov contest the vacant WBA strap.

Anthony Joshua and Francis Ngannou collide in a massive heavyweight showdown at the Kingdom Arena in Riyadh tonight. Saudi Arabia once again plays host to a huge boxing card dubbed ‘Knockout Chaos’, with former UFC heavyweight champion Ngannou looking to build on his majorly impressive debut against Tyson Fury back in October, when he floored and bloodied the reigning WBC champion in shocking fashion before eventually dropping a contentious decision on the scorecards.

A confident Joshua, meanwhile, is firmly back in business after those successive losses at the hands of Oleksandr Usyk, looking to become a world champion for the third time this year as he aims to face the winner of what is expected to be two undisputed contests between Usyk and Fury. However, another loss here would be absolutely devastating to those best-laid plans and it’s certainly a risky challenge ahead.

Friday’s undercard is led by another fascinating heavyweight clash between WBO interim champion Zhilei Zhang and Joseph Parker, while Liverpool’s Nick Ball challenges Rey Vargas for the WBC featherweight title, Israil Madrimov takes on Magomed Kurbanov after Mark Chamberlain dominated Gavin Gwynne and Justis Huni outlasted Kevin Lerena. Tyson Fury was also at ringside earlier to watch brother Roman win after early victories for Andrii Novytskyi, Ziyad Almaayouf and Louis Greene.

If Mark Chamberlain was hoping to put on a performance for Turki Alalshikh tonight after that surprising phone call where the Saudi Arabian chairman of General Authority for Entertainment personally requested his place on this card as one of his favourite fighters, that really could not have gone much better.

What was expected to be a genuine 50/50 banger between two heavy-handed British rivals proved anything but, Chamberlain absolutely dominating from the first bell and inflicting some serious damage from the outset to stay unbeaten and move to 15-0 as he also picks up the WBA Intercontinental lightweight title in the process.

The Kingdom Arena in Riyadh plays host to a crossover boxing clash with some genuine significance today, as three-time heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua goes head-to-head with UFC legend Francis Ngannou.

There's plenty of incentive for both fighters, with a potential shot at the winner of Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk for the undisputed world heavyweight championship on the line.

Cameroonian star Ngannou is best known for his exploits in the octagon, with this fight just his second boxing match ever.

 While the 37-year-old lost in his debut ring appearance, Ngannou did manage to floor Tyson Fury in a stunning moment before eventually losing to a controversial decision in a fight at this same venue back in October.

Two-time former unified world heavyweight champ Joshua meanwhile last stepped in the ring in December, with the 34-year-old British fighter seeing off the challenge of Sweden's Otto Wallin in the fifth round.

Pitted against world champ Tyson Fury, Ngannou, 37, scored the only knockdown of the fight and landed punishing blows before losing a controversial split decision. But he said he has not yet shocked the world.


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