JOSH KELLY finally fights David Avanesyan in a huge grudge match this weekend.
The European welterweight title bout has been rearranged for a FOURTH time – with the pair originally set to fight back in 2018.
When is Josh Kelly vs David Avanesyan?
- Josh Kelly vs David Avanesyan takes place on Saturday, February 20.
- Expect the fight to start at around 10pm GMT, though this depends on the length of the undercard bouts.
- Wembley Arena in London, with no fans in attendance, plays host.
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What live stream and TV channel is Josh Kelly vs David Avanesyan on?
Josh Kelly vs David Avanesyan will be shown live on Sky Sports Arena and Sky Sports Main Event.
Sky Sports Arena will be showing the full undercard from 7pm, while Main Event will be just showing the main event from 10pm.
What have they said?
Josh Kelly: “Conor Benn will get dealt with after I’ve dealt with this European title fight — he’ll soon see what I’ve got to say on telly.
“That’s the next fight after this fight. I’ve got this year mapped out — Avaneyshyan is getting ticked then Conor Benn is getting ticked and, at the end of the year, we’ll see who else is there to get ticked.
“I can’t wait for Saturday. This is the one that opens everything up.
“This will be the start of the big year, which I know is already written.”
Who is fighting on the undercard?
- David Avanesyan vs Josh Kelly (welterweight)
- Jordan Gill vs Cesar Juarez (featherweight)
- Florian Marku vs Rylan Charlton (welterweight)
- Robbie Davies Jnr vs Gabriel Gollaz Valenzuela (super-lightweight)
- Johnny Fisher vs Matt Gordon (heavyweight)