Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly How to watch, live stream, start time, fight card and more

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Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly: The fight will be broadcast on Channel 5 in the United Kingdom. The main card will begin at 4 p.m. ET / 9 p.m. GMT, with the main event ringwalks beginning at 6 p.m. ET / 11 p.m. GMT.

Williamson recently battled David Benitez in September, when his opponent’s squad surrendered to give him the win. Meanwhile, Kelly won the vacant WBO International super welterweight title in July after defeating Argentine boxer Lucas Bastide.

After the dust settles on their British title bout, Troy Williamson urges Josh Kelly to make “no excuses.” Williamson defends his super welterweight title against Kelly in Newcastle on Friday night and has warned his North East opponent that he is in “danger.”

A confident Kelly predicts that he will dethrone ‘Trojan’ via knockout, but Williamson is perplexed as to why his opponent feels he can stop him.

Instead, the champion has reaffirmed his long-held confidence that he will wear Kelly down in the second part of the bout, calling Kelly’s “heart” and resilience into question.

Everything you need to know about Williamson vs. Kelly is right here.

Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly How to watch:

Viewers around the world can watch the action live on the following channels and here:

Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly Start time and Date:

  • Date: Friday, December 2      
  • Main card: 4 p.m. ET / 9 p.m. GMT
  • Main event ringwalks (approx): 6 p.m. ET / 11 p.m. GMT

The main event ringwalks are slated for 6 p.m. ET / 11 p.m. GMT, with the main card beginning at 4 p.m. ET / 9 p.m. GMT. Because of the duration of the undercard fights, these times may alter.

Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly TV Channel:

  • UK:  Channel 5
  • US & ROW:  N/A

The battle Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly will be shown on Channel 5 in the United Kingdom, but no information about overseas broadcasts has been released.

What to say Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly:

Kelly, Josh:

“It’s on. Fight week has begun, and I’m pumped and ready to go. Today was a mild session with non-contact punching; I’ll keep all the contact striking for Friday when I receive my British belt.”

“I know what to anticipate from Troy; he’s a skilled fighter, but he doesn’t provide me with any new challenges.” I’ll be the best opponent he’s ever faced, and he’ll wonder what’s going to happen.”

“There have been plenty of Troy Williamsons I’ve beaten previously, and I expect the same result in this battle.” “And the new…”

Williamson, Troy:

“His pedigree means nothing; recall, he was supposed to be the next best thing since sliced bread.” People often bring up his Olympic participation, but it’s meaningless; he’s been caught before, and I’ll expose him on fight night.”

“He’s always been a technical combatant, but worries remain about his ability to swim in difficult water.” I can make this into a fight he won’t like, and I don’t think he’ll know how to respond when things become rough.”

“One of us will emerge as the North East boxing’s Super Welterweight hope.” I can tell you right now that it will be me.”

It was a media workout full of local talent and the evening’s main event in Kelly and Williamson. The media will have to wait another day to cover fights such as Lyndon Arthur vs. Joel McIntyre and a rematch between heavyweights Hosea Stewart vs. Franklin Ignatius II!

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Lydon Arthur (20-1, 14 KOs) will go to Newcastle for a press conference tomorrow before returning to the ring to face Joel McIntyre (20-4, 5 KOs) at Light Heavyweight, live on Channel 5.

‘King Arthur’ tries to build on his emphatic sixth-round stoppage victory over Walter Gabriel Sequeira in Bolton in September. He now faces more competition as he pursues championship challenge prospects. An explosive Newcastle crowd will be in for a treat as they watch a hungry fighter on a mission with momentum behind him.

Arthur, the former Commonwealth and WBO Inter-Continental light-heavyweight champion will have to establish his championship worthiness by defeating the difficult ‘El Toro’ McIntyre. The Portsmouth boxer will seek to derail Arthur’s ascension and use the extra rounds in his career to devising a grand plan to dethrone ‘King Arthur.’

The mouth-watering heavyweight clash between Hosea Stewart (2-0-1) and Franklin Ignatius (4-0-1, 1 KO) could easily compete for ‘Bout of the Night,’ as both men attempt to take the first win of this drama after the first fight in Newcastle finished in a tie.

With neither man having suffered a defeat and their last meeting in Newcastle ending in a close draw, the ‘0’ must certainly go this time as two young fighters attempt to make their mark on a massive Channel 5 bill.

Stewart will be looking to steal the spotlight at “Judgement Night” in Newcastle as he continues his quest for his first knockout win in his fledgling professional boxing career. Ignatius will make his own headlines by adding another knockout to his undefeated record.

Where Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly:

The fight will take place at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena.

Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly Fight Card:

  • Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly; For Williamson’s BBBoC super welterweight championship
  • Matty Harris  vs.  Jiri Surmaj; Heavyweight
  • Ben Marksby  vs.  Olaide Fijabi; Super lightweight
  • Aaron Chalmers  vs.  Ryan Broten; Light middleweight
  • Jordan Barker-Porter  vs.  Sheila Martinez; Women’s lightweight
  • Katharina Thanderz  vs.  Edina Kiss; Women’s lightweight
  • Lyndon Arthur  vs.  Joel McIntyre; Light heavyweight
  • Hosea Stewart  vs.  Franklin Ignatius; Heavyweight

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