Anthony Joshua faces a defining night as he returns to the ring in an attempt to rebuild his world title hopes.

The 'Day of Reckoning' event is being held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and will feature the strongest boxing card of 2023. Joshua will be taking on Otto Wallin, while Deontay Wilder will face Joseph Parker, with both Joshua and Wilder wanting to win to set up a huge showdown next year.

The event is being broadcast by DAZN and you can find out everything you need to know about watching Anthony Joshua v Otto Wallin here. You can get the fight for £19.99 on DAZN.

Watch Anthony Joshua vs Otto Wallin and Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker this Saturday
Watch 'The Day of Reckoning' on DAZN

The Day of Reckoning is coming to DAZN. The live event from Saudi Arabia will see Anthony Joshua take on Otto Wallin while you can also see clashes between Deontay Wilder vs. Joseph Parker, Daniel Dubois vs. Jarrell Miller and Dmitry Bivol vs. Lyndon Arthur on an unmissable night of boxing.

Get your first month of DAZN from just £0.01 when you buy the Pay Per View event for £19.99


What time is Anthony Joshua vs Otto Wallin and Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker?

The event will get underway today from 4pm, with the main card set to begin at 6pm.

Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker face-off during the Day Of Reckoning Press Conference
Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker face-off during the Day Of Reckoning Press Conference

Who is on the 'Day of Reckoning' card?

  • Anthony Joshua vs. Otto Wallin - Heavyweight
  • Deontay Wilder vs. Joseph Parker - Heavyweight
  • Dmitry Bivol vs. Lyndon Arthur - for Bivol's WBA light heavyweight title
  • Daniel Dubois vs. Jarrell Miller - Heavyweight
  • Jai Opetaia vs. Ellis Zorro - for Opetaia's IBF cruiserweight title
  • Filip Hrgovic vs. Mark de Mori - Heavyweight
  • Arslanbek Makhmudov vs. Agit Kabayel - for Kabayel's European heavyweight title
  • Frank Sanchez vs. Junior Fa - Heavyweight

What time will the Anthony Joshua ringwalk take place?

The main event ringwalks are scheduled for 11:45 pm, however these timings are subject to change due to the length of the undercard fights.

How much will it cost to watch?

You can get Day of Reckoning on PPV for £19.99 on DAZN. You can sign up to DAZN through the following options:

Monthly Saver - Get your first month for 1p and then pay £9.99 a month with a minimum term of 12 months.

Flexible Pass - Get your first month for £5 and then £19.99 a month after, however you can cancel with 30 days notice.
Annual Super Saver - You can save £139.89 by paying £99 up front for the whole year.

How can you watch it on TV and online?

You can watch the fight on Sky on DAZN PPV on channel 495 on Sky here as long as you subscribe to DAZN and pay for the £19.99 for the event.

You can watch online with DAZN having apps available for all of the following platforms: Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Amazon Fire Tablet, Android Phone & Tablet, iPhone & iPad, Android TV, LG, Smart TV, Panasonic Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, SmartCast, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Roku.

Find out more about what DAZN subscription suits you here and how to watch it online wherever you are here.

Anthony Joshua fight illegal stream warning

There will be those who try to dodge the £19.99 fee for the Anthony Joshua fight by seeking out illegal streams, but this comes with dangers – from hidden viruses to identity theft caused by the sharing of personal information like email addresses and bank details used to unlock access to the stream.

New research from anti-piracy organisation FACT unveiled that nearly 47 per cent of people in the UK have shared or would be willing to share long in details to gain access to illicit streams. And once surveyed, one in three people said they had experienced fraud or been exposed to online scams as a result of illegally streaming.

Not to mention it can carry serious criminal charges. Earlier this year, 58 year-old Steven Mills was jailed for two-and-a-half years for being the mastermind behind a Premier League illegal streaming service that netted more than 30,000 subscribers and £1m.

Speaking about the dangers of illegal streaming services, CEO of FACT Kieron Sharp told The Mirror: "These platforms are not only infringing on copyright laws but also serve as a hotbed for criminal activities.

"This can lead to severe consequences, including malware, fraud, and identity theft. It is crucial that consumers understand the dangers of illegal streaming and steer clear of such platforms."