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What time will Conor Benn vs. Adrian Granados fight start on Saturday, July 31

Conor Benn and Adrian Granados are set to face off in the ring on Saturday in a welterweight title bout. We break down when the fight starts and how to watch the full card.

Conor Benn celebrates following his victory in the WBA Continental Welterweight Championship fight between Conor Benn and Jussi Koivula at York Hall on June 21, 2019 in London, England. Photo by Harriet Lander/Getty Images

Conor Benn returns to the ring on Saturday with his undefeated record and WBA Continental welterweight title. Benn will face off against Adrian Granados at Matchroom Fight Camp in Brentwood, Essex, England.

The card is scheduled to get going at 7 p.m. BST, which is 1 p.m. ET. DAZN is projecting ring walks in the 10 p.m. BST or 4 p.m. ET hour. It will all air exclusively on DAZN. You can view it at the website or through various Apple, Android, Smart TV, and Playstation and XBox devices.

Benn enters the fight with an 18-0 record with 12 KOs. He is making a fifth defense of his Continental title, having first won it in July 2018. Granados enters the fight with a 21-8-3 record with 15 KOs. This is his fourth championship bouts and he is 0-3 in his previous title fight.

Benn is a heavy favorite to remain undefeated, with odds to win set at -1600 at DraftKings Sportsbook. Granados’ moneyline odds are at +800. Total rounds on the 12-round fight is set at 5.5 with over juiced to -115. Benn by stoppage is favored at -330, followed by Benn by decision at +300.

Benn vs. Granados full card

Main event: Conor Benn vs. Adrian Granados, for Benn’s WBA Continental welterweight title
Can Xu vs. Leigh Wood, for Xu’s WBA world featherweight title
Tommy McCarthy vs. Chris Billam-Smith, for three secondary cruiserweight titles
Anthony Fowler vs. Rico Mueller, for Fowler’s WBA International junior middleweight title
Avni Yildrim vs. Jack Cullen, super middleweight
Campbell Hatton vs. Jakub Laskowski, lightweight
Sany Ryan vs. Kirstie Bavington, junior welterweight