<
>

Billy Joe Saunders vs. Shefat Isufi on ESPN+: How to watch

Billy Joe Saunders faces Shefat Isufi on Saturday for a vacant interim super middleweight title. Nathan Stirk/Getty Images

England's former middleweight world titleholder Billy Joe Saunders faces Serbia's Shefat Isufi in the main event of a Top Rank on ESPN+ card at Lamex Stadium in Stevenage, England, on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. ET.

The fight is for the vacant WBO super middleweight title.

Saunders (27-0, 13 KOs) vacated his WBO middleweight world title in October after testing positive for a banned performance-enhancing drug. He was scheduled to fight Demetrius Andrade in Boston, but the fight was canceled when the Massachusetts State Athletic Commission rejected Saunders' application for a boxing license because of the positive test for the banned stimulant oxilofrine.

Saunders returned in December to defeat Charles Adamu at Manchester Arena in fourth-round TKO victory.

Isufi (27-3-2, 20 KOs), who fights out of Germany, has won 10 fights in a row, including seven by stoppage, since losing to Dariusz Sek in July 2015. In his last outing in July, Isufi defeated Mohamed El Achi by unanimous decision in Munich.

Don't have ESPN+? Learn how to get it today: ESPN+


Where can I watch the Saunders vs. Isufi fight card on Saturday?

The Saunders-Isufi fight broadcast on ESPN+ will begin at 2:30 p.m. ET on Saturday.

Watch the main event live on ESPN+ on the ESPN App

The card also includes:

  • Joe Joyce vs. Alexander Ustinov, 10 or 12 rounds, heavyweights

  • Boy Jones Jr. vs. TBA, six or eight rounds, lightweights

  • Brad Foster vs. Ashley Lane, 12 rounds, for Foster's British and Lane's Commonwealth junior featherweight title

  • Sanjeev Sahota vs. Henrich Herak, six rounds, junior welterweights

  • Harvey Horn vs. TBA, six rounds, junior bantamweights

  • Ryan Garner vs. TBA, six rounds, junior lightweights

  • Dennis McCann vs. TBA, four rounds, bantamweights

  • Kody Davies vs. TBA, four rounds, light heavyweights

Information from ESPN senior boxing writer Dan Rafael was use in this story.