Oleksandr Usyk vs. Tony Bellew fight time, live stream, date, watch online, DAZN boxing

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Undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk is one of the fastest-rising stars in all of boxing, and on Saturday in the United Kingdom, he will get another chance to show the world that there are big things ahead for him in 2019.

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Usyk (15-0, 11 KOs) will put his WBC, WBO, IBF and WBA cruiserweight titles all on the line when he faces off with the man he called out following his World Boxing Super Series victory where he claimed the WBA and IBF titles, Tony Bellew. Bellew (30-2-1, 20 KOs) is a former WBC cruiserweight titleholder himself, so he presents a formidable challenge to the surging champion Usyk. 

This bout carries more than just the opportunity to retain his titles for Usyk, however. In a recent interview, Usyk confirmed that he has his sights firmly set on moving to the heavyweight ranks following a predicted victory on Saturday so he can challenge Anthony Joshua for his heavyweight titles. So, needless to say, a solid performance from Usyk on Saturday against Bellew would send a striking message to Joshua and the rest of the heavyweight division as we enter next year. 

Plus, veteran Anthony Crolla makes his return to the ring when he takes on Daud Yordan in a lightweight showdown in the co-main event. Below is all the info you need to catch the undisputed cruiserweight title bout on Saturday. 

Usyk vs. Bellew main card viewing info

Date: Saturday, Nov. 10
Time: 5 p.m. ET | Location: Manchester Arena, Manchester, England
Live stream: DAZN 

Usyk vs. Bellew main card, odds

FavoriteUnderdogWeightclass

Oleksandr Usyk (c) -800

Tony Bellew +500

Undisputed cruiserweight championship

Anthony Crolla -335

Daud Yordan +255

Lightweight

Ricky Burns -550

Scott Cardle +375

Lightweight

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