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Terri Harper vs Hyun Mi Choi fight details - time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue, betting odds, predictions, ring walks and live stream info

Published On Wednesday, May 5, 2021By Tim Rickson

All the details you need to watch the Terri Harper vs Hyun-Mi Choi unification fight

Belter vs The Defector

BBN have provided viewers with all the details needed to tune in and watch Denaby's 'First Lady' Terri Harper (11-0-1, 6KOs) vs Hyun-Mi Choi (18-0-1, 4KOs) on the 135th day of the year.

All the details you could possibly need to watch Harper-Choi in one space below:

UPDATE: Injured Terri Harper withdraws from Hyun-Mi Choi unification fight



The bout takes place on Saturday, May 15, which is the same day in history that one of Britain's most famous female figures, Anne Boleyn, was executed in 1536.



Manchester Arena, Manchester.


Rounds scheduled

10x two-minute rounds at super-featherweight (130lbs).



Harper's WBC and IBO world titles are on the line and so is Choi's WBA belt.



The ringwalks for the main event are expected from 10pm UK time, but that will depend on the undercard results.


TV Coverage

Coverage starts live on the Sky Sports Boxing Facebook Page from 6pm, then Sky Sports Action (Sky Channel 407) from 7pm and finishes at 11pm.

It's also shown on DAZN in the US and everywhere except for the UK, Ireland and Australia, and you can sign up here


Live Stream

You can watch online via the Sky Sports website here: https://www.skysports.com/watch

BBN are providing LIVE updates on the night HERE



The event is free to view for Sky Sports and DAZN subscribers.


Undercard Highlights

Lerrone Richards' step up to European level will be an intruiging contest for many fight fans, but the undercard highlight will be exciting light-heavyweight prospect Joshua Buatsi (13-0, 11KOs) as he aims to push for world title honours with a win over unbeaten Frenchman Daniel Blenda Dos Santos (15-0, 8KOs).

Betting Odds Supplied by Star Sports 
1/25 Joshua Buatsi
9/1 Daniel Blenda Dos Santos
33/1 Draw


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Undefeated Terri Harper, 24, looked sensational as she stopped Norway's Katharina Thanderz in nine rounds to retain her WBC and IBO 130lbs crowns last time out in November at The SSE Arena, Wembley on the undercard of Katie Taylor’s win over Miriam Gutierrez.

‘Belter’ clung onto her belts after a thrilling draw with Natasha Jonas at Matchroom Fight Camp back in August, but the 24-year-old produced a far more composed performance to ruthlessly halt her mandatory challenger Thanderz in just her 12th fight. 

30-year-old Choi is the longest-reigning world ruler in women’s boxing. She beat China’s Chunyan Xu on her professional debut in October 2008 to claim the vacant WBA Featherweight crown before making seven defences of her World Title in the following five years. 

The South Korean became a two-weight World Champion when she landed the WBA Super-Featherweight Title against Thailand’s Siriwan Thongmanit in May 2014, and most recently defended it against Calista Silgado on her Matchroom debut at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.



Terri Harper: “It’s exciting that our dream of becoming Undisputed Super-Featherweight World Champion is taking a step closer to reality with my first unification fight. I’m looking forward to the step-up and fighting an undefeated champion.

“Choi is the longest-reigning female World Champion and it will be an honour to share the ring with her. I’m more than ready. I’ve been training for this fight since the new year, even with my broken hand. I don’t just want to win; I want to win in style and make a statement.”

Hyun-Mi Choi: “I have waited a very long time for the opportunity to fight for the WBC belt. I am so excited and looking forward to it. My goal has been to unify my weight division for many years and now the time has finally come.

“I know this fight in England will not be easy. Fighting in another country is extremely difficult but I am prepared for this adventure and challenge. I truly hope the best fighter will win. I have prepared for this opportunity my whole boxing career.”



Tim Rickson, BBN Editor: “I think this wll be a huge task for both females. I believe that Harper has had the harder world title fights than Choi, so I think the Brit will have an advantage due to the recent level of opposition she has overcome. I think it will be a good battle that Harper will edge on points."



Harper: BoxRec #2

Choi: BoxRec #12



Age: 24
Bouts: 12
Rounds: 80
KOs: 50%
Height: 5' 8"
Reach: 65"

Age: 30
Bouts: 19
Rounds: 165
KOs: 21%
Height: 5' 7"
Reach: 65"


Official Weights

Check back on Friday afternoon, May 14.


Betting Odds Supplied by Star Sports

1/3 Terri Harper
3/1 Hyun-Mi Choi
22/1 Draw


Running Order

#1 Dalton Smith vs Lee Appleyard
10x3 English super-lightweight title

#2 Gamal Yafai vs Jason Cunningham
12x3 European super-bantamweight title

#3 Tommy McCarthy vs Alexandru Jur
12x3 European cruiserweight title

#4 Lerrone Richards vs Giovanni De Carolis
10x2 European super-middleweight title

#5 Joshua Buatsi vs Daniel Dos Santos
10x2 WBA International light-heavyweight title

#6 - Main Event
Terri Harper vs Hyun-Mi Choi
10x2 WBC, WBA, IBO World Female super-featherweight titles


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