Belfast boxer Anthony Cacace will finally get to defend his British super-featherweight title on Saturday night. Cacace won the belt way back in November 2019 but that’s the last time he has fought. Injuries and illness have prevented this fight taking place since it was first scheduled last August. Anthony Cacace vs Lyon Woodstock Live Streaming
Cacace was originally due to fight Woodstock last summer but that was postponed after Cacace was hospitalised after suffering an infection following dental surgery.
The Belfast boxer was then left “absolutely heartbroken” when the rescheduled fight in February was postponed at the eleventh hour after Woodstock tested positive for Covid-19.
But now it’s finally on, and part of a big fight night also featuring Akeem Ennis-Brown vs Sam Maxwell and the return of Anthony Yarde.
When and where are the fights taking place?
The Cacace vs Woodstock card is part of a big night of boxing on Saturday, August 28 at the Utilita Arena in Birmingham.
What time are the fights on?
The Cacace-Woodstock ring walks are expected around 10pm UK time. It has been promoted as the headline bout of the night.
What TV channel is it on?
The fight night is being shown live on BT Sport 1, with the coverage starting at 7.30pm.
Can I live stream it?
BT Sport customers can live stream this as part of their subscription via the BT Sport app using mobile, tablet or computer devices. If you’re not a BT Sport subscriber, you can check out their sports packages here or buy a £25 Monthly Pass.
Tempers flared between Cacace and Woodstock at today’s weigh in! 🔥
— Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) August 27, 2021
Full fight card
- Anthony Cacace v Leon Woodstock
- Nathan Heaney v Konstantin Alexandrov
- Anthony Yarde vs Alex Theran
- Akeem Ennis Brown v Sam Maxwell
- Liam Davies v Raymond Commey
- Ijaz Ahmed v Quaise Khademi
- Eithan James v Matar Sambou
- Ezra Taylor v Ben Thomas
- William Hayden v Dean Jones