How to watch Caleb Plant vs Anthony Dirrell: Start time, channel explained

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How can you watch Caleb Plant return to the boxing ring against Anthony Dirrell and what time does the main card start worldwide?

Today is a mega-night of boxing, Deontay Wilder and Caleb Plant are set to make their long-awaited return to the ring against Robert Helenius and Anthony Dirrell.

Plant was last seen in November 2021 when he was TKOed by Canelo Alvarez at the MGM Grand Arena, losing his IBF Super Middleweight title.

However, as Plant looks to get back to winning ways, ‘Sweet Hands’ faces a serious test in the form of former WBC Super Middleweight champion Anthony Dirrell.

So how can you watch Plant vs Dirrell and what time is the main boxing card expected to start from New York?

How to watch Plant vs Dirrell

Caleb Plant will take on Anthony Dirrell on Saturday, October 15th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.Thursday.

Plant vs. Dirrell is the co-main event of the card headlined by Deontay Wilder vs. Robert Helenius.

The event will be shown on Fox Sports PPV, PPV.com and FITE.TV in the United States.

In the UK, the PPV event can be purchased via FITE.TV for $14.99.

What time should he start boxing tonight?

The main card of today’s boxing with Plant vs Dirrell in the co-main followed by Wilder vs Helenius will start at the following times:

  • Pacific Time – 6:00 p.m
  • Eastern Time – 9:00 p.m
  • UK time – 2am
  • European time – 3:00 am
  • Indian Time – 6:30 AM
  • Philippine Time – 9:00 AM
  • Australian Central Daylight Time – 11:30am

Caleb Plant and Anthony Dirrell are expected to hit their tracks around 4:00am BST/11:00pm ET/8:00pm PT.

However, fans should note that these expected times depend on the length of previous fights:

  • Main Card – Gary Antonio Russell Vs. Emmanuel Rodriguez (Bantamweight)
  • Main Card – Frank Sanchez Vs. Carlos Negron (Heavyweight)
  • Undercard – Vito Mielnicki Jr. vs. Limberth Ponce (light middleweight)
  • Undercard – Gurgen Hovhannisyan vs. Michael Polite Coffie (Heavyweight)
  • Undercard – Michel Rivera vs. Jerry Perez (Lightweight)
  • Preliminary matches – Geovany Bruzon vs. James Evans (Heavyweight)
  • First preliminary round – Michael Angeletti vs. Jeremy Adorno (Super Bantamweight)
  • First preliminary round – Miguel Roman vs. Jose Negrete (Super Bantamweight)
  • Early Prelims – Keeshawn Williams vs. Julio Rosa (Welterweight)

Anthony Dirrell did a great job of selling this fight to the general boxing audience, but his animosity towards Plant caught the former world champion off guard.

On open practice in Las Vegas, via Boxing Scene: “For me, Dirrell was the one who was tense at our press conference,”

“He was getting frustrated and loud and couldn’t think of anything to say. What I took away is that I’m on his mind. I feel like I’m living rent-free in his head. He knows he has a quality opponent in front of him and someone he can’t mess with. I don’t know where his head is, but I know where mine is and I’m ready to rock.” – Caleb Plant, via Boxing Scene.

The 30-year-old continued: “I just want to make a statement and put on a big show. I’m coming off a big fight against Canelo Alvarez and I’ve just been training hard.

“Since that battle, my team has been in the dungeon and we can’t wait for the bell to ring to show the world what we’ve been working on.” – Caleb Plant, via Boxing Scene.

By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]

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