Where to Watch Joshua vs Klitschko in London
He’s swept all before him so far, but how will AJ fare when he goes toe-to-toe with one of the most iconic and legendary fighters of his generation? If you missed out on the chance to get a piece of the action ringside, have no fear. We’ve gathered up the best pubs and bars to watch the Anthony Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko fight, so rally up your mates, get the drinks in and kick back to see the golden boy of British boxing as he steps up a level in class.
Last updated on 6th October 2016
One of central London’s most buzzing sports bars is Nordic, with its many HD screens and vibrant atmosphere whenever there’s a big fight on the box. Set yourself up with a couple of Scandinavian themed beers and perhaps a plate of their signature Swedish meatballs, with bookable ping-pong tables if you’re looking to make an evening of it. There’s a shot wheel that will need a spin if there’s an AJ victory to celebrate...
It’s not every day you come across a venue with its own basement dedicated to the biggest boxing events; but then again Belushi’s is far from your ordinary sports bar. One of our top picks to watch Joshua v Klitschko in London Bridge, get yourself into Belushi’s ‘Dugout’ where you’ll find huge projector screens, a great selection of international beers and tasty burgers served up to a raucous home crowd.
Riley’s are the self-proclaimed “Best Place for Sports in London” and you know what? We’re struggling to find any holes in this claim. Boasting no less than 34 big screens, pool and ping-pong tables and room for almost 600 boxing mad fans, the atmosphere here will be rocking as AJ starts his walk to the ring. Riley’s offer a decent menu of burgers, hot dogs and wings and there’s 4 bars; so getting the drinks in between rounds should be no hassle.
Bat & Ball tops our list of the best bars to watch Joshua vs Klitschko in London if you’re somebody who likes some fun and games on the side. This stylish sports bar comes inclusive of row-upon-row of ping pong tables, so you can assert your dominance over your pals at table tennis while AJ (hopefully) does the same in the ring. Catch all 12 rounds on the big screens with cold beers on tap and platters of hearty comfort food from the kitchen.