Screening all major boxing matches, Belushi's is located opposite Shepherd's Bush station. The perfect spot to catch every minute of the adrenaline-fuelled action, this place boasts multiple HD screens as well as a late-night food menu full of pre-match snacks and sharing platters.
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 spots save 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.
Possibly the finest sports bar in Fulham, McGettigan's is always one of the best places to catch the boxing in London. With 11 HD TV screens showing all the action, it also offers a great beer range and an extensive menu of hearty pub grub.
Catch all the action at this North London bar whilst noshing on Indo-Chinese dishes and sipping on creative cocktails. Need a breather from all the action? Head outside to the spacious beer garden and grab some of the lounge's premium shisha.
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!
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.
Belushi's are hosting the ultimate viewing party to celebrate the long-awaited return of Conor Mcgregor as he battles it out against Donald Cowboy Cerrone. Fuel up on mouth-watering burgers, wings and bar snacks whilst watching all the live-action across their numerous screens.