Conor Benn v Sebastian Formella date: UK start time, live stream, TV channel and full undercard for welterweight clash this weekend

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Unbeaten Conor Benn will return to the ring this weekend as he takes on Germany’s Sebastian Formella.

Benn, son of legendary ex-world champion Nigel Benn, was last in action in October 2019 when he beat Stephane Jamoye to retain his WBA continental welterweight belt.

Conor Benn takes on Germany’s Sebastian Formella this weekend


Conor Benn takes on Germany’s Sebastian Formella this weekend

‘The Destroyer’ is 16 and 0 in his professional career to date and is determined to secure a world title shot in the near future.

He’ll face a big step up in class this weekend when he takes on Formella.

The German won 22 straight fights before losing to Shawn Porter back in August.

Benn v Formella: Date and time

This 12-round welterweight bout will take place on Saturday, November 21 and is being held at Wembley Arena in London.

The ring walks are expected from 10pm UK time but that will depend on the undercard results.

Benn v Formella: TV channel and live stream

The fight is being broadcast on Sky Sports Arena from 7pm and on Sky Sports Main Event from 8:15pm.

Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.

If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £8.99.

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Benn v Formella: Undercard

Subject to change

  • MAIN EVENT: Conor Benn v Sebastian Formella – for WBA continental welterweight
  • Fabio Wardley v Richard Lartey
  • Liam Davies v Sean Cairns
  • Alen Babic v Tom Little
  • Ben Ridings v Jez Smith

Benn v Formella: What has been said?

Conor Benn: “At the start of lockdown I did say that I would not fight behind closed doors and I was criticised.

“But the criticism came from people who have never got in a ring and risked their life and health for money.

“I have been out of the ring for a year but used the time to learn so much in the gym and improve so why shouldn’t I sit tight and wait for the opportunity I have earned?”

He added: “This time next year I will be British and Commonwealth champion and that is all that is on my horizon right now.

“I am just desperate to reach my full potential.

“I don’t go around saying I am going to be a world champion, I just want to get the absolute maximum out of myself.

“There are a lot of deluded fighters out there and I don’t want to sound like them.”

Conor Benn is 16-0 as a rising welterweight


Conor Benn is 16-0 as a rising welterweight

Benn v Formella: Tale of the tape

Benn – Formella

Nationality: British – German

Age: 24 – 33

Height: 5ft 8 – 5ft 9

Reach: 68″ – 70″

Stance: Orthodox – Orthodox

Record: 16/0/0 – 22/1/0

KOs: 11 – 10

Rounds: 57 – 157

Debut: 9/4/2016 – 5/3/2014

Last fight: Beat Steve Jamoye – Lost to Shawn Porter

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