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How to watch Joyce vs. Takam via live online stream

We go over how to watch Saturday’s Joe Joyce vs. Carlos Takam online via live stream.

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Joe Joyce celebrates victory over Daniel Dubois (not pictured) after the WBC Silver heavyweight title, British, Commonwealth and European Heavyweight title fight between Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce at The Church House on November 28, 2020 in London, England. Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images

The 2021 Summer Olympics are overshadowing much of the sports world over the next couple weeks, but this weekend we do get a fun professional boxing card in London. Joe Joyce and Carlos Takam face off topping a card that features four secondary championships on the line.

The card gets started at 2:15 p.m. ET and is available at for $12.99. If you’re in the United Kingdom, the PPV will air on BT Sport.

Joyce and Takam are facing off for Joyce’s WBC Silver heavyweight title and WBO International Title, but more importantly, it’s a WBC eliminator bout. Joyce was going to fight Oleksandr Uryk who was a mandatory challenger for the heavyweight title. When Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua fell through, Usyk signed to fight Joshua leaving Joyce without an opponent. In stepped Takam and Joyce is a -1000 favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook.

The rest of the card includes secondary titles at junior featherweight, welterweight, and junior middleweight.

Joyce vs. Takam full card

  • Joe Joyce vs. Carlos Takam, 12 rounds, for Joyce’s WBC Silver heavyweight title and WBO International Title; also a WBC eliminator
  • Chris Jenkins vs. Ekow Essuman, 12 rounds, for Jenkins’ Commonwealth welterweight title and Jenkins’ British welterweight title
  • Hamzah Sheeraz vs. Ezequiel Gurria, 10 rounds, for Sheeraz’s WBO European junior middleweight title
  • Chris Bourke vs. James Beech Jr., 10 rounds, for Bourke’s WBC International junior featherweight title
  • David Adeleye vs. Mladen Manev, 6 rounds, heavyweight
  • Micky Burke Jr. vs. Paul Cummings, 6 rounds, welterweight
  • Michal Soczynski vs. Matt Sen, 6 rounds, cruiserweight
  • Sam Noakes vs. Michael Isaac Carrero, 6 rounds, welterweight
  • Charles Frankham vs. Dean Jones, 4 rounds, junior lightweight
  • George Fox vs. Reece Barlow, 4 rounds, heavyweight