Anthony Joshua will bid to prove he is box office material again tonight when he takes on Kubrat Pulev.
The heavyweight world champion is now a pay-per-view staple and fans will be asked to stump again tonight.
Joshua puts his three belts on the line at Wembley Arena in front of 1,000 fans – knowing victory will set him up for a shot at fellow world champion Tyson Fury next year.
He does so a year after he won back his belts from Andy Ruiz Jr in their Saudi Arabian rematch.
Pulev is unlikely to pose the same threat as the Mexican American did last June when he dropped Joshua four times en-route to a stunning upset victory.
It reads: "Many of us wait years to watch a high-profile boxing fight and this year, with only limited fans allowed in the stadium, more people than ever will be watching from the comfort of their own home.
"We are urging fans this year to ask themselves if the risk of watching an illegal link is worth it. Not only is it illegal to stream matches without paying for them, but it’s also unreliable and risky.
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"By using legitimate providers these risks can easily be avoided. Remember – watch it live, watch it legally and don’t let your eagerness to tune in make you commit a crime."
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