Since launching last September, BT Sport Box Office HD has brought you some of the biggest fights from the world of combat sports.
Between Canelo v GGG 2, Wilder v Fury and Warrington v Frampton, BT Sport Box Office HD viewers enjoyed a trio of stunning world title boxing matches to see out 2018 in style.
And in 2019 the action continued as Amir Khan took on pound-for-pound great Terence Crawford before Tyson Fury made a stylish return to pay-per-view, knocking out Tom Schwarz in June to retain his lineal heavyweight title.
This year, BT Sport Box Office HD brought you action from the world of mixed martial arts for the very first time as Jon Jones edged past power-punching challenger Thiago Santos at UFC 239.
Our second UFC pay-per-view of the year sees two of the lightweight division’s finest operators go head-to-head when interim champion Dustin Poirier takes on reigning king Khabib Nurmagomedov in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
UFC 242, Saturday September 7
Dustin Poirier earned himself a shot at the undisputed championship after becoming the interim lightweight king with victory over Max Holloway last time out.
The 30-year-old meets pound-for-pound contender and current champion Khabib Nurmagomedov at The Arena in Abu Dhabi in an unmissable clash exclusively live in the UK and Ireland on BT Sport Box Office HD.
Edson Barboza and Paul Felder also trade leather in the co-main event – one of five lightweight battles on a scintillating fight card broadcast live from the United Arab Emirates at UK prime time.
BT Sport Box Office: Bringing you the best action
BT Sport Box Office HD brought you some of the biggest world title fights in 2018 and beyond, featuring some of the biggest names from the world of boxing and UFC. Relive highlights of all the action below.
UFC 239, Saturday July 6
Jon ‘Bones’ Jones was pushed to the limit by Santos, but the pound-for-pound king did enough to emerge victorious in Las Vegas.
UFC 239 also saw Amanda Nunes register a first round knockout of Holly Holm and Jorge Masvidal score the fastest knockout in UFC history against Ben Askren in a welterweight grudge match.
Fury v Schwarz , Saturday June 15
Tyson Fury returned to the ring after a contentious draw against Deontay Wilder, stopping previously unbeaten heavyweight Tom Schwarz in the second round in a ruthless display on his Las Vegas debut.
Crawford v Khan, Saturday April 20
Amir Khan made an audacious attempt for the WBO welterweight title against pound-for-pound great Terence Crawford earlier this year, coming up short after a bizarre sixth-round stoppage.
Warrington v Frampton, Saturday December 22
Josh Warrington proved the naysayers wrong once again as he defeated Carl Frampton in emphatic style during a bruising 12-round war at the Manchester Arena to retain his IBF featherweight title.
Wilder v Fury, Saturday December 1
Two giants of the heavyweight division brought the sporting world to a standstill after producing a memorable spectacle at the Staples Center in Los Angeles that ended in a controversial draw.
Canelo v Golovkin 2, Saturday September 15
Mexican middleweight Canelo Alvarez edged Gennady Golovkin in a majority decision to take home the spoils after another barnstorming showdown between the two arch-rivals following their controversial draw in 2017.
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