BT Sport Box Office HD

The action continues in 2020 after bringing some of the finest pay-per-view boxing and UFC world title fights and WWE events to BT TV, Sky and Virgin customers over the past two years.

Published: 19 January 2021 - 12.36pm
Conor McGregor

Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury met in two sensational heavyweight fights on BT Sport Box Office HD

Since launching in 2018, BT Sport Box Office HD has brought you some of the biggest events from the world of combat sports.

BT Sport Box Office HD viewers have enjoyed several stunning pay-per-view events including two unbelievable heavyweight boxing bouts between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, the return of ‘Notorious’ Conor McGregor at UFC 246 and a number of high-octane WWE events.

BT Sport Box Office: Upcoming events

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UFC 257: Poirier vs McGregor 2, Saturday 23 January 2021

When 'The Notorious' comes to town, the world stops to watch. Conor McGregor faces down a former opponent in Dustin Poirier looking to repeat history with an explosive stoppage on his quest to regain the lightweight title. Can 'The Diamond' spoil his Octagon homecoming on Fight Island? BT Sport Box Office HD is the only place to find out. 

BT Sport Box Office: Past events

BT Sport Box Office HD brought you some of the biggest sporting events in boxing, UFC and WWE. Relive highlights of all the action below.

Tyson vs Jones Jr, Saturday 28 November 2020

Two legends clashed in a fight for the ages as Iron Mike returned from retirement to face four-weight world champ RJ in a thrilling exhibition contest.

UFC 254, Saturday 24 October 2020

Fight fans were treated to one of the most memorable nights in UFC history as undisputed lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov destroyed Justin Gaethje in a career-best performance before hanging the gloves up to retire an undefeated 29-0 legend of the sport.

WWE, throughout 2020

BT Sport Box Office HD has broadcast every PPV event since BT Sport became the home of WWE in January 2020 including Royal Rumble, WrestleMania and SummerSlam.

Wilder vs Fury 2, Saturday 22 February 2020

In the highly anticipated rematch, Tyson Fury became heavyweight world champion for a second time after producing a sensational performance to stop Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas.

UFC 246, Saturday 18 January 2020

Conor McGregor destroyed Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone in just 40 seconds on a spectacular return to the octagon at UFC 246.


Fury vs Wallin, Saturday 15 September 2019

Tyson Fury battled to a unanimous decision win over Otto Wallin after a brutal encounter that left the Gypsy King bruised and bloodied in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

UFC 242, Saturday 7 September 2019

Lightweight world champion Khabib Nurmagomedov defeated interim champion Dustin Poirier in the third round in their UFC 242 title unification bout in Abu Dhabi.

UFC 239, Saturday 6 July 2019

Jon ‘Bones’ Jones was pushed to the limit by Santos, but the pound-for-pound king did enough to emerge victorious in Las Vegas.

UFC 239 also saw Amanda Nunes register a first round knockout of Holly Holm and Jorge Masvidal score the fastest knockout in UFC history against Ben Askren in a welterweight grudge match.

Fury vs Schwarz, Saturday 15 June 2019

Tyson Fury returned to the ring after a contentious draw against Deontay Wilder, stopping previously unbeaten heavyweight Tom Schwarz in the second round in a ruthless display on his Las Vegas debut.

Crawford vs Khan, Saturday 20 April 2019

Amir Khan made an audacious attempt for the WBO welterweight title against pound-for-pound great Terence Crawford earlier this year, coming up short after a bizarre sixth-round stoppage.

Warrington vs Frampton, Saturday 22 December 2018

Josh Warrington proved the naysayers wrong once again as he defeated Carl Frampton in emphatic style during a bruising 12-round war at the Manchester Arena to retain his IBF featherweight title.

Wilder vs Fury, Saturday 1 December 2018

Two giants of the heavyweight division brought the sporting world to a standstill after producing a memorable spectacle at the Staples Center in Los Angeles that ended in a controversial draw.

Canelo vs Golovkin 2, Saturday 15 September 2018

Mexican middleweight Canelo Alvarez edged Gennady Golovkin in a majority decision to take home the spoils after another barnstorming showdown between the two arch-rivals following their controversial draw in 2017.