George Groves and Chris Eubank Jr are ready to meet in their WBA and IBO super-middleweight title fight Tonight.
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Saturday’s bout is also the semi-final of the World Boxing Super Series, with the winner facing either Callum Smith or Jurgen Braehmer in May.
But Groves vs Eubank Jr, taking place at the Manchester Arena, promises to be a mouth-watering bout and one for all boxing fans to watch.
What TV channel is it on?
ITV Box Office, the channel’s pay-per-view service, will show the fight live with coverage beginning at 7pm. The fight itself will be after 10pm.
How can I watch?
Like all of the World Boxing Super Series, you can watch the action live on ITV Box Office on Sky channel 493, Virgin V6 & TiVo and TVPlayer ( Xbox, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and EE TV).
Sky customers who are new to ITV Box Office will need to register online here if they wish to purchase the fight through your remote control. If you have previously registered, you should be able pay via the red button and it will cost you £16.95.
Make sure to book early
The ITV Box Office guidance says that while viewing should be enabled immediately, it could take up to four hours at peak times.
You can follow our live blog of the fight at Telegraph Sport, with Gareth A Davies bringing his ringside verdict.
For years some NBA fans have bemoaned free agent players joining together on the same roster to form “super teams.” While whether or not players doing so is good for the league is a matter of opinion, the new Mountain Dew Kickstart Rising Stars program might have an effect on that dynamic.
Mountain Dew Kickstart is the official sponsor of the NBA’s new “Rising Stars” platform. It’s a commitment by both brands to raise awareness about up-and-coming stars in the league in several ways.
The roster, which includes a starting five, will have their off-court lives featured in a new content series produced by Turner. In addition, the rising stars will have relationships fostered with Dew’s squad of veteran superstars.
The veteran NBA superstars that these players will be spending time with include Kyrie Irving, CJ McCullom, Julius Randle and Russell Westbrook. While more details of exactly what the pairings will consist of and which players will be paired have yet to be released, it’s not hard to postulate what stronger relationships between players can lead to.
It’s also hard to argue that players teaming up on the court because of the relationships they built as part of the Rising Stars platform would be anything but a tremendous win for Kickstart. Put simply, Mountain Dew could milk that cow until it dries up from a marketing aspect. Any individual NBA team that the players would join together would gain similar benefits.
The NBA All-Star Weekend is here, giving fans and players a chance to stop stressing about the standings and just have a little fun.
NBA All Star Celebrity Game 2018 Live
From celebrities to skills competitions, to the NBA All-Star Game itself, this will be an action-packed weekend. TNT (live stream) will broadcast most of the event that are scheduled to take place at the Staples Center, with ESPN picking up the rest.
Before the all-stars take the court, the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game will take place on Friday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. ET. ESPN (live stream) will air this event. Jamie Foxx, Anthony Anderson, and Common are three of the many big names that will compete under Team Clippers. Nick Cannon, Nate Robinson, and Tracy McGrady, and more will play on Team Lakers. After the celebrity game, the Mountain Dew Kickstart Rising Stars game, featuring top first- and second-year players in the league, will get underway at 9 p.m. on TNT (live stream) .
On Saturday at 1 pm. on NBA TV (live stream), the league will announce which legends will be enshrined into the Hall of Fame. After those huge announcements, NBA TV will broadcast the NBA all-star practice and media day. But Saturday night will feature the weekend’s most-anticipated events. Coverage of the skills challenge, three-point contest, and the slam dunk competition starts at 8 p.m. on TNT (live stream).
On Sunday, Team Lebron will collide with Team Steph in the 67th edition of the NBA All-Star Game. TNT will being its coverage of the game at 7 p.m.
Are you a fan of watching dogs on parade at one of the most prestigious dog shows in the world? Or maybe you like to spot your dog’s own breed(s) in the lineup.
Either way, the 2018 Westminster Kennel Club dog show will air on FS1 (Fox Sports 1) from 8 to 11 p.m. on Monday, February 12 and Tuesday, February 13. The New York event, a Super Bowl of the dog show world, promises hours of primped canines and various breed factoids.
Best in show at the 142nd Westminster dog show will be awarded at the end of the competition on Tuesday, February 13. The top dog will be named after two nights of competition in seven groups: herding, hound, working, sporting, non-sporting, toy and terrier. The winner of each group will be chosen following breed competition during each day of the dog show.
Where else can you watch and stream the Westminster dog show?
Breed judging, junior showmanship preliminaries and the Masters Obedience Championship (Monday) will be streamed from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 12 and 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 13 on Fox Sports Go and the Westminster website.Select coverage of breed judging, the Masters Obedience Championship (Monday) and junior showmanship preliminaries (Tuesday) will also air from 1 to 4 p.m. on Nat Geo Wild on Feb. 12 and 13.
Coverage of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, Feb. 7 in PyeongChang, South Korea with a live stream of a new Winter Olympic event, mixed doubles curling. The opening ceremonies will take place two days later on Friday, Feb. 9 because, I suppose, you can keep men and women from curling together for only so long. The closing ceremonies will take place on Sunday, Feb. 25. You can see the full schedule of events here.
Winter Olympics 2018 Live
NBC will once again broadcast the Winter Olympics. Despite the huge difference in time zones between the South Korea and the US, it will live stream 1,800 hours of the Olympics. These will also be the first Winter Games to offer a live stream online of what NBC is currently broadcasting on TV.
NBC will offer live broadcast coverage across its networks. In addition to your local NBC channel, you’ll be able to watch Olympic events on cable channels NBCSN, CNBC, USA and the Olympic Channel.
Live streaming online
Each and every Winter Olympic event will be available to stream live and on-demand on NBCOlympics.com on computers via the NBC Sports app on phones, tablets and connected TVs. (The NBC Sports app is available for iOS or for Android as well as the Amazon Fire, Apple TV ($179.00 at Apple), Comcast X1, Chromecast, Roku, Windows 10 ($149.00 at Amazon.com), Xbox and select Samsung devices.)
The catch is that you will need to prove that you are pay TV subscriber to access the live streams. Without authentication, you will be able to stream 30 minutes of coverage on your first visit and five minutes each day after that. Authentication is a drag, but then again, NBC did shell out $4.38 billion for the rights to broadcast the four Olympic Games from 2014 to 2020.
Some of America’s most obedient dogs will gather in the 142nd edition of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Monday and Tuesday. You can watch the Westminster Dog Show beginning at 8 p.m. ET Monday on Fox Sports Go (live stream), Nat Geo Wild (live stream), and Fox Sports 1 (live stream). Additionally, you can stream it using FuboTV.
The dogs will compete in breed judging and junior showmanship preliminaries from 8 a.m. ET to 4 p.m. Tuesday on Fox Sports Go. You can also watch the breed judging and junior showmanship preliminaries from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET on Nat Geo Wild.
Lastly, you also have an option to watch the Dog Show Group competitions from 8 to 11 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1. These competitions consist of the following seven groups: non-sporting, herding, sporting, hound, toy, working, and terrier. If you want to check out the full schedule for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, you can visit the website for more information.
Each year, you witness some of the most well-trained dogs pull off impossible tricks. Let’s see what will happen this year.
How to watch Day 1 of 2018 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
Time: 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET
TV: Fox Sports and Nat Geo Wild
Online: Fox Sports Go, National Geographic, Fox Sports
The Super Bowl of the canine world gets underway Monday when the 2018 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show takes center stage in New York City.
The historic event will air on FS1 from 8 to 11 p.m. ET on Monday and Tuesday. The New York event will give viewers a chance to observe highly trained and beautifully coiffed canines, as their owners put their charges through their paces.
This the 142nd Westminster Dog Show, which means it has been around a lot longer than the Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Championship, the Stanley Cup and the Triple Crown thoroughbred races.
The top honor the Westminster Kennel Club offers is the Best in Show award. That prize will be handed out at the end of competition Tuesday at Madison Square Garden. The dogs will compete for titles among their groups, including herding, hound, working, sporting, non-sporting, toy and terrier.
Fox Sports Go will live-stream the competition from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET on Monday and from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday. The action can also be live-streamed on the the Westminster website.
The UFC middleweight contender missed weight by 3.3 pounds at UFC 221 weigh-ins Friday night (Saturday in Australia) for his scheduled UFC interim middleweight title fight against Luke Rockhold in Perth. Romero had to be 185 pounds or less to fight for the title and he came in at 188.3. The Cuban fighter has two hours to drop the weight and reach the middleweight limit.
UFC 221 Live
If Romero cannot make the weight in two hours, then only Rockhold will be able to win the interim belt. The fight might still go on, but if Romero doesn’t reach 185 he cannot win the title even if he’s victorious in the fight.
Rockhold was angry afterward and he and Romero had an intense staredown at weigh-ins that almost got physical. Romero vowed to go to the sauna and fight on the card Saturday (Sunday in Australia).
Romero, 40, took the fight on four weeks notice. Rockhold was supposed to challenge Robert Whittaker for the undisputed UFC middleweight title, but Whittaker fell injured and withdrew Jan. 13.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has signed, sealed and will soon deliver its UFC 221: “Rockhold vs. Romero” mixed martial arts (MMA) event on pay-per-view (PPV), taking place this Saturday night (Feb. 10, 2018) inside Perth Arena in Australia.
Romero vs Rockhold Live
Prior to this weekend’s big shebang, which also features “Prelims” bouts on both FOX Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass, the promotion sent all 24 fighters to the scale for the official UFC 221 weigh ins.
At the conclusion of today’s scale-tipping festivities, the cast and crew of the UFC 221 main card gathered for another batch of staredowns, featuring former middleweight champion Luke Rockhold, top contender Yoel Romero, hometown hero Mark Hunt, and heavyweight hurter Curtis Blaydes.
The news this week that Mike Brown has completed a “miracle” recovery to force his way back into Eddie Jones’ selection thoughts will have been disappointing news for some, just because it feels like injury to the England full-back is the only way that we will see what Anthony Watson can do in the No 15 shirt at Test level.
Much has been made of Jones’ preference to keep Brown – his Mr Dependable – at full-back throughout his 23-Test run of games. When you look at his record, it’s hard to argue against that, with Brown starting all-but-two of England’s matches since Jones took charge at the start of 2016.
But the problem for Brown – or rather those clamouring for him to be replaced in the starting line-up for this Sunday’s Six Nations opener against Italy – is that England’s wealth of talent out wide opens the option of playing the attacking-minded Watson at full-back to try and combine him with the likes of Jonny May, Elliot Daly and Jack Nowell.