Having been teed up by some of the best domestic dust-ups since the sporting world emerged from lockdown earlier this year, boxing returns to BT Sport with a bang this weekend.

Heralded two-belt super-lightweight prodigy Josh Taylor makes his first appearance since overcoming Regis Prograis in the World Boxing Super Series final to defend his IBF and WBA belts against Thai visitor Apinun Khongsong.

Originally scheduled to meet in the cauldron that is Glasgow's SSE Hydro in May, the pair will now face off in one of British boxing’s most iconic venues: the beloved York Hall in Bethnal Green, London.


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Former WBC flyweight king Charlie Edwards also looks set to make his second appearance since lockdown as he takes on Kylie Williams in the co-main event.

And some of British boxing’s most promising young stars are expected to be given a chance to shine on what promises to be an unmissable night of action from the capital.

When is Josh Taylor v Apinun Khongsong?

The event will be shown exclusively live at 7.30pm on Saturday 26 September on BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport Ultimate and across our digital platforms.

What time is Josh Taylor v Apinin Khongsong ring walk?

As with any live sports broadcast, timings are subject to change given the unpredictable nature of what may occur on the undercard - but ring walks for the main event are likely to take place between 10.15pm and 10.45pm.

What if I can't watch Josh Taylor v Apinun Khongsong live?

No problem! Our brilliant enhanced video player is available on both the BT Sport app on mobile and tablet and BTSport.com.

You won't miss miss a second of the action thanks to our interactive timeline, which lets you control your own viewing experience by allowing you to scroll back through the entire card - or skip to your preferred fight using our 'chapters' feature.

And most importantly, the entire card will remain available to watch spoiler-free immediately after broadcast - as it will on our large screen device app. Bookmark this page and return at your leisure to tune in from the outset.

You can also watch a replay of the fight card on BT Sport on Sunday night. Check the TV Guide for more information.

Make your device's home page spoiler-free!

You asked, we listened! The latest version of our award-winning app on mobile and tablets allows you to customise your home page to avoid seeing spoilers the morning after the big fights.

To make the switch to a spoiler-free home page, open up the app and click 'More' in the bottom corner.

Under 'Settings' change the 'Landing page' option from 'Home' to 'Spoiler-free replays'.

You will then need to exit and close your app. Once you reload the app, your home page will default to the 'Spoiler-free' tab in the Sports navigation menu.

Once you're done in spoiler-free mode, you can either revert your home page back to the default option - or simply navigate away from the spoiler-free tab and check out some of our other must-see content across the app.

How to live stream Josh Taylor v Apinung Khongsong on a phone or tablet

Anyone wanting to watch the fight can open the BT Sport app at 7.30pm on Saturday night and follow the link at the top of the homepage.

The app is available to download for free on iOS and Android phones and tablets.

How to live stream Josh Taylor v Apinun Khongsong on a laptop

Follow this Josh Taylor v Apinun Khongsong link or access via bt.com/sport when our coverage gets underway.

How to watch Josh Taylor v Apinun Khongsong on TV

*BT Sport customers can download the BT Sport app on PS4, Xbox, Apple TV, NOW TV and Samsung Smart TVs (2015 models onwards). 

Josh Taylor v Apinun Khongsong Undercard

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