Richard Riakporhe vs Deion Jumah: UK start time, undercard details, odds and how to watch boxing fight on TV

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Here are all the details ahead of Riakporhe vs Jumah.

Richard Riakporhe and Deion Jumah are set to go head to head today as they face off in an all-British cruiserweight clash at Wembley Arena.

It will be a huge fight for both parties, with each boxer heading to the English capital undefeated with 13 wins apiece, however Riakporhe edges it with nine knockouts compared to Jumah’s seven.

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The 32-year-old is putting his world title amibtions on the line when he takes on Jumah today and is definitely the favourite, though he can’t take his opponent for granted as he looks to overcome the pressure his reputation brings with it.

Here is all you need to know about tonight’s showdown...

When is the fight?

Riakporhe vs Jumah will take place today (Saturday March 26), with the main card expected to begin at 7pm GMT.

Ring walks for the main event are scheduled for around 10pm GMT.

How to watch on TV

UK fans can watch the fight live on Sky Sports, while it will also be streamed on Now TV if you have a subscription.

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Coverage will begin on Sky Sports Action at 7:30pm and is due to end at 11pm.

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Who is on the undercard?

Dan Azeez vs Matthew Tinker (British light heavyweight title)

Connor Marsden vs Adam Azim (Southern Area lightweight title)

Louis Greene vs Harry Scarff (English Welterweight title)

Caroline Dubois vs Martina Horgasz (Lightweight)

Joe Pigford vs Guido Pitto (Super welterweight)

Chris Kongo vs Kelvin Dotel

Hassan Azim vs Yoncho Markov

Bookies odds

Riakporhe is currently the hot favourite to take the victory at Wembley Arena tonight.

Fight Winner 1/3

Win by KO/TKO 11/10

Win by Decision 2/1

Fight Winner 5/2

Win by KO/TKO 7/1

Win by Decision 4/1

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