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Watch Brad Foster vs James Beech Live Stream Free Boxing Online

July 10, 2 pm10 pm.


Boxing makes its long-awaited return in the UK tonight with Frank Warren staging his first show since the coronavirus pandemic brought the sport to a standstill in March. With crowds still not permitted to return, boxing moves behind-closed-doors, with the BT Sport Studios in east London hosting a string of Queensberry Promotions cards over the coming weeks.


The action with be limited to domestic talent with world title fights still not part of the picture as the sport gets to grips with strict new measures put in place to protect fighters and their teams.

But for boxing fans starved of action over the last four months, it is a welcomed return.

A maximum of five fights are permitted under new regulations devised by the British Boxing Board of Control, with all 10 men tested regularly throughout the week leading into the big night.

British and Commonwealth super-bantamweight champion Brad Foster defends his titles against James Beech in Friday’s headline act on a show that also features some of the capital’s emerging talent.

Date, start time and venue

Boxing returns on Friday, July 10 at the BT Sport studios in Stratford, London. The action gets underway from 7pm.

How to watch

The card will be televised live on BT Sport 1 with coverage starting from 7pm. BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the match online via the video player and the BT Sport app.

Fight card in full

Brad Foster vs James Beech – British and Commonwealth super-bantamweight titles
Hamzah Sheeraz vs Paul Kean – WBO European super-welterweight title
Mark Chamberlain vs TBC – lightweight
David Adeleye vs TBC – heavyweight
Dorin Krasmaru vs TBC – heavyweight

It’s been almost four months without any boxing with the sport having to going on hold due to the COVID-19 lockdown.But now, boxers are set to return to action once again.

Brad Foster takes on James Beech at the BT Sport Studios this weekend. Foster vs Beech will signal the restart of the sport and pave the way for future bouts to take place.

2020 had promised to be full of classic fights and we could yet enjoy many of them throughout the rest of the year.

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