How Much Is The Lawrence Okolie vs David Light Pay-Per-View?


Lawrence Okolie vs David Light is just days away now. ‘The Sauce’ defends his WBO World Cruiserweight Title for the first time in over a year against the undefeated mandatory challenger, David Light. UK boxing fans can watch this highly anticipated boxing bout via Sky Sports – but just how much money will it cost fans to watch this super-fight?

Lawrence Okolie vs David Light Pay-Per-View Price

With just a matter of days until the first bell sounds, boxing fans around the world are excited at the prospect of watching Lawrence Okolie vs David Light. This will be Okolie first fight in over a year, with fans excited for the return of the undefeated cruiserweight.

Both men are extremely confident pre-fight, so fingers crossed the fight lives up to our expectations. Lawrence Okolie has been finishing his training camp with SugarHill Steward ahead of Saturday, after seemingly parting ways with previous trainer Shane McGuigan.

The fight will be broadcast live on Sky Sports for UK fight fans this Saturday night. This includes the highly anticipated main event between Okolie and Light of course, but also includes the rest of the undercard action. The English Super-Featherweight Title is on the line as Michael Gomez Jr faces Levi Giles for the vacant belt.

Some other big names from the world of boxing on the rest of the card including the likes of heavyweight prospect Frazer Clarke, Sam Antwi, Callum Simpson, Karriss Artingstall and Irish middleweight prospect Aaron McKenna to name but a few.

Despite this being a world title fight, boxing fans won’t have to part with their cash as this fight isn’t a pay-per-view event. The fight is also being broadcast on boxing live streaming site ProBox TV for US fight fans.

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All you’ll have to do to watch this fight is pay your usual Sky Sports monthly subscription fee as you normally do. If you are an existing Sky Sports customer, of course you won’t have to pay an addition penny to watch this fight. If you aren’t already a Sky Sports customer, then all you’ll have to do is sign-up and pay the monthly streaming fee. Or alternatively buy a 24 hour Sky Sports pass for £11.99.

Watching boxing can be an expensive hobby, with quite a number of big fights now being listed as pay-per-view events. It is a breath of fresh air to see a fight of this magnitude not be pay-per-view. Especially given the fact there is a world title on the line.

As of today, the undefeated New Zealander, David Light, is the huge underdog to win the fight with the best sports betting apps. The majority of people will be back Okolie to win the fight of course. He is currently priced around 1/10 with the best UK sports betting sites to make another successful defence of his world cruiserweight title.

What a fight we have on our hands from Manchester on Saturday night. Finger’s crossed the actual fight lives up to the hype!

Be sure to claim the various boxing betting offers and boxing free bets available on the SportsLens sign before this cruiserweight dust-up.

Lawrence Okolie vs David Light – Fight Information

  • 🥊 Boxing Match: Lawrence Okolie vs David Light
  • 📊 Records: Lawrence Okolie (18-0, 14 KO’s) | David Light (20-0, 12 KO’s)
  • 📅 Date: Saturday 25th March, 2023
  • 🕛 Main Event Time: Approx. 10.30PM GMT
  • 🏆 Title: WBO World Cruiserweight Title
  • 📺 TV Channel: UK: Sky Sports
  • 🏟  Venue: Manchester Arena | Manchester, England, UK
  • 🎲 Fight Odds: Okolie 1/10 | Light 11/2

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