Sky Box Office is Sky’s pay-per-view (PPV) system operated in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. There were three branded divisions of Sky Box Office – Sky Cinema Box Office, Sky Sports Box Office and Sky 3D Box Office. Until 1 February 2011, the system ran under unified Sky Box Office branding. On 4 January 2017, all Sky Cinema Box Office channels ceased broadcasting, with only Sky Sports Box Office remaining available.
Boxing pay-per-view fights Channels List
- BT Sport Box Office
- ITV Box Office
- Primetime (TV channel)
- The Big Fight Live
How do I watch Sky Box Office?
You won’t be able to watch Box Office in non-EU countries within Europe, or in any other countries outside Europe. European countries where roaming isn’t available include: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland.
To enjoy roaming with Box Office outside the UK, you must have a UK or ROI payment card registered on your account and be in one of the EU countries listed below. You can’t watch Box Office in any non-EU countries. You don’t need to do anything differently when watching Box Office outside the UK. Just make sure the country you’re in is covered, and start watching on any of our supported devices.
The Joshua Fury fight is available for viewing on your PC/Desktop/MAC, NOW TV Box, NOW TV Smart Stick, iOS and Android devices.
The 10 most-watched Sky Sports Box Office fights
- Wladimir Klitschko vs David Haye (2011) – 1.14m buys. …
- Tony Bellew vs David Haye II (2018) – 890,000 buys. …
- Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam (2017) – 887,000 buys. …
- Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquaio (2015) – 876,000 buys. …
- Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor (2017) – 874,000 buys. …
- David Haye vs Tony Bellew (2017) – 775,000 buys.
Upcoming confirmed fights on Sky Sports are as follows:
- Jan. 30, Los Angeles (Fox): Caleb Plant vs. Caleb Truax, for Plant’s IBF super middleweight title
- Feb. 13, Indio Calif. (DAZN): Joseph “JoJo” Diaz vs. Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov, 12 rounds, for Diaz’s IBF junior lightweight title
- Feb. 20, Las Vegas (ESPN): Miguel Berchelt vs. Oscar Valdez, 12 rounds, for Berchelt’s WBC junior lightweight title
- Feb. 27, London (ESPN+): Jamel Herring vs. Carl Frampton, 12 rounds, for Herring’s WBO junior lightweight title
- Feb. 27, Miami (DAZN): Canelo Alvarez vs. Avni Yilidirim, 12 rounds, for Alvarez’s WBA and WBC super middleweight title
- March 5, Flint, Michigan (PPV): Claressa Shields vs. Marie-Eve Dicaire, 10 rounds, for the undisputed (WBC, WBO, WBA, IBF) junior middleweight champiopnship
- March 13, TBA (DAZN): Juan Francisco Estrada and Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez, for Estrada’s WBC title and Gonzalez’s WBA title