BOXING: Alexander v Purdy & Prizefighter Cruiserweights III – Live on Sky Sports

May 13, 2013

Sky Sports will screen a bumper double-header of international boxing this Saturday night (May 18).

Eight hours of continuous live coverage begins with the 30th installment of Prizefighter – the third edition of the cruiserweights – at the event’s spiritual home of York Hall in Bethnal Green.

Then at 12.30am, attention switches Stateside as Britain’s Lee Purdy aims to cause a major upset when he fights Devon Alexander for the IBF world welterweight title Atlantic City.

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BOXING: Prizefighter Int’l Heavyweights III & Price v Thompson – Live this Saturday

February 19, 2013

The first major fight night of 2013 takes place this Saturday (February 23) as eight international heavyweights vie for the Betfair Prizefighter trophy, while David Price continues his ascent through the heavyweight ranks.

Sky Sports has live coverage of the 29th edition of the popular Prizefighter format from York Hall in Bethna Green, which features two former winners of the competition in Audley Harrison and Martin Rogan.

British heavyweight champion Price makes a significant step-up in class as the Liverpulian faces seasoned American fighter Tony Thompson at the Echo Arena, which tops a bumper card exclusively live on BoxNation.

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POOL: Mosconi Cup 2012 – Live on Sky Sports

December 7, 2012

Nine-ball pool’s transatlantic rivalry is renewed as Team Europe meet the United States in the 19th staging of the PartyPoker.com Mosconi Cup, with all four days live on Sky Sports.

Staged at the legendary York Hall in Bethnal Green, London, five of the best professional players from Europe take on their American counterparts over four exciting days in a Ryder Cup-style series of matches.

Europe are the defending champions, having triumphed last year in Las Vegas, and the last time the event was played out at the fabled London venue in 2010, the Europeans enjoyed a triumphant four days in front of packed, vociferous audience.

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