Watching Boxing in London
London is bloody good at sports - and if it's a bar to watch the boxing, you've come to the right place. Each packing more than their fair share of punch (sorry), these top class bars in London, saving you the hassle and the cost of forking out for pay-per-view. So no matter where your allegiances lie, you're sure to find the perfect bar to watch the boxing in London.
Last updated on 22nd March 2017
Two titans clash with huge titles at stake, as Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko go head to head on Saturday 29th April. Head to Greenwood for big screens, a ring-side atmosphere and complimentary nibbles for those pre-booking tickets in advanced.
Watching boxing and supporting a good cause is more than enough reason to get yourself down to The Clapham Grand. Fight Night is returning for its 5th year, joined by the Sky boxing team with Johnny Nelson and Adam Smith commentating each fight. The proceeds going to charity will support The Lily Foundation, which helps seek a cure for Mitochondrial disease.
Finding a pub that guarantees to show live boxing can be a bit of a tricky one in England because most fights are scheduled around American viewing times... but Rileys doesn't care for those rules. These sports-lovers promise to always be in your corner by showing all of the televised live fights! With an incredible 34 HD screens and four projector screens, this venue will make you feel like you're ringside!
Catch all the action of the massive Hayes vs Bellew fight at London Bridge's Belushis as they bring out the big screens so you don't miss a single jab or cross. Get ringside seats and enjoy drinks, sharing platters and a prime view.
The many Belushi's venues across London will be showing every punch and jab of arguably the biggest boxing match of the decade, Wladimar Klitschko against Anthony Joshua. With venue's across London, including London Bridge, Camden and Hammersmith, there are few better places to watch boxing in London.
Big screens and an even bigger crowd, Belushis in Camden know how to rock a boxing match. Showing some of the biggest games in the business and toting a top selection of drinks deals on the side, Belushi's Camden is a cracking place to catch any boxing match in London.
Find Rileys conveniently placed between Victoria coach and train stations. When it comes to the boxing, these boys are sure to be in your corner. Step inside and you'll find all of of the televised live boxing matches playing on their HD screens. Even if the fight starts at 4am, you won't find this lot throwing their towel in the ring, they're sticking it out with an all-nighter.
The Clapham Grand is one of the only fully licensed boxing venues in London - they regularly hold boxing, MMA and kick boxing events, from heavy to featherweight. Plus, there are a whole load of big screens to ensure that you don't miss a moment of the action.
A cracking atmosphere throughout the week, The Cornershop is a great spot to watch the boxing in London. They've lined up a whole host of big screens, so you won't need to worry about missing a second of the action. A cool choice of bar in East London showing the boxing, you'll find it tough to leave.
While boxing may not be their forte, this seriously sports orientated bar in the heart of London promise screenings of some of the biggest games in the business. With cold Carlsberg their classic drink of the day, it is the name of the bar after all, Carlsberg Sports Bar promise a premium sporting experience in the city.