How to watch Leigh Wood vs Michael Conlan: TV channel, start time and live stream

It will be a big night for Nottingham sport tonight when our very own world champion defends his belt.

Leigh Wood will put his WBA featherweight title on the line this weekend when the Nottingham champ takes on Belfast’s Michael Conlan

It will be Wood’s first time defending his title after shocking the boxing world with a victory over former champion Xu Can last July in an upset after becoming the underdog.

Wood has again said he hopes a fight at the City Ground of Nottingham Forest is in his future, but first knows he has to face Conlan.

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The Northern Irishman is the bookmakers’ favorite to win in front of a sold-out crowd. His last fight was a WBA Interim World title win over TJ Doheny in Falls Park in August.

Here’s everything you need to know, including how to watch, streaming details, UK start time and undercard.

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When is Wood vs. Conlan?

The WBA featherweight championship fight takes place this Saturday, March 12 at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham.

How can I watch and stream Wood vs Conlan?

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What time is the fight?

The main card begins at 7:00 p.m. with main event ring walks scheduled for around 10:15 p.m. This could change depending on how long the undercard fights last.

Who’s on the map?

Leigh Wood vs. Michael Conlan, 12 rounds (featherweight) – Wood’s WBA (regular) featherweight title

Terri Harper vs. Yamila Belen Abellaneda, 10 rounds, lightweight – vacant WBA Intercontinental lightweight title

Caoimhin Agyarko vs. Juan Carlos Rubio, 10 rounds, middleweight – WBA International middleweight title

Gary Cully vs. Miguel Vazquez, 10 rounds, lightweight

Sandy Ryan vs. Erica Farias, junior welterweight

Thomas Whittaker-Hart vs. Simon Krebs, light heavyweight

Thomas Carty vs. Michal Boloz, heavyweight

Nico Leivars vs Jose Hernandez, featherweight

What was said?

Wood: “I couldn’t be happier with my side going into this fight. I have the best version of Mick and he has the best version of me. And the better man will win.

“I’m also going to go further than that. Eddie (Hearn) dangled the carrot in front of me in a fight at Nottingham Forest. After that fight, it’s happening.

“I believe I’m defending my title. People thanked me for facing Can Xu and didn’t expect me to win, but I always knew I would win.

“I’ve always been confident. In the gym, through injuries, and I’m confident in my abilities.”

Conlan“I’m very confident and very relaxed – that comes from my preparation.

“I know what kind of performance is coming Saturday night. I’m in his backyard and I’m here to rip his belt off.

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