Order now! Joshua v Parker: The Gloves Are Off!

Virgin Media Staff


Anthony Joshua vs Joseph Parker

Saturday March 31st 2018


Get all the action live from the Cardiff Principality Stadium straight to your living room on Virgin TV, as Anthony Joshua takes on Joseph Parker.

The highly anticipated match up will see both fighters putting their heavyweight titles on the line in a winner- takes- all unification fight. Joseph Parker will be putting his WBO belt on the line while Anthony Joshua will be defending his WBA and IBF titles.

How much will it cost?

£19.95 SD or £20.95 HD

(HD is available to Virgin TV V6 box and TiVO Customers ONLY).

Where will it take place?

The event will be screened live from the Principality Stadium, Cardiff on Saturday 31st March from 6pm.

What if I miss the fight?

Repeats will be screened Sunday 1st April ONLY at 9am and 4pm (last playout 4pm on Sun 1st April)

To order just pick up your remote!

Customers can order the event now!

Go to On Demand, select Pay Per View, Live Events then Current and Bookable Events and follow the on screen instructions.

Once you’ve bought it, you can watch the event as soon as it’s started by going to On Demand > Your Rentals > then select Live Events

To watch go to On Demand> Live Events> Event Bookings.

*HD bookings only availabled to TiVo and V6 customers

Who do you think will be having their arm raised Saturday night? Let us know in the comments below.

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All we have said is that Joshua has a glass chin. We know it, he knows it, everybody knows it, they just don't talk about it.

We saw him get dropped by Wladimir Klitschko but he still had the heart to get up and finish the fight – I'll give him that – but if I catch him and hurt him I'm not going to give him the chance to recover.I won't be letting him off the hook. If I get him in the trouble Klitschko had him in, there is no chance for him. I'll go in fast, I'll go in hard, and I'll go in for the kill. He won't be able to recover against me.There was no disrespect.


We were just stating facts that he's been dropped. It's a fact that he has been dropped if not once, but many times in sparring. But with all these facts that we have, we have always said that he is a good champion, a good fighter and that we respect him.

We are just saying that these are his weaknesses and that's all out there. There is proof of it in the fights he's had and in the sparring he has had. There is no disrespect there – it's just that no-one seems to talk about it. But his weaknesses are there for all to see.