Ben Whittaker next fight: Start time, stream, TV channel for clash with Ezra Arenyeka who gatecrashed press conference

BEN WHITTAKER is back in action THIS WEEK as he takes on Ezra Arenyeka – the man who crashed his press conference earlier this year.

Whittaker is one of the most promising prospects in British boxing and has shone as a professional so far and gets to showcase his skills at Selhurst Park.

Ben Whittaker and Ezra Arenyeka had to be held back by security during their face-off

In the amateurs, Whittaker won an Olympic silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics – famously refusing to put the medal on during the ceremony.

Since he entered the paid ranks, he’s caused controversy in the ring with his showboating style and has been accused of disrespecting opponents with his antics.

But nobody’s been able to beat him so far, though one man thinks he has the tools to do so.

Arenyeka crashed Whittaker’s last pre-fight press conference and vowed in front of dozens of onlookers that he would knock the Brit out.

Well now he gets his chance on a huge summer show in South London.

When is Ben Whittaker vs Ezra Arenyeka?

Whittaker’s clash with Arenyeka will take place on Saturday, June 15.

The fight will take place at Crystal Palace FC’s stadium Selhurst Park.

Ring-walks for the fight can be expected at around 8.30pm BST.

The main card will get underway from 7pm BST.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

Whittaker vs Arenyeka will be shown live on Sky Sports Arena in the UK.

You can live stream the action on the NOW TV or Sky Go app, both of which are available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

Whittaker vs Ezra Arenyeka full card

The full undercard has yet to be announced but there are three bouts confirmed so far.

Chris Billam-Smith vs. Richard Riakporhe; For Billam-Smith’s WBO cruiserweight title

Michal Cieslak vs. Isaac Chamberlain; For Cieslak’s European crusierweight title

Ben Whittaker vs. Ezra Arenyka; Light heavyweight

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