It’s already been announced that Scott Quigg will face Viorel Simion at Wembley Stadium Connected by EE as the event goes live on Sky Sports Box Office April 29th.
Quigg boxes at Featherweight for the second time having landed the WBA International title in his first fight at his new weight in December in Manchester with a ninth round stoppage.
London represents another first for Quigg as the one-time world title holder has future hall of fame trainer Freddie Roach in his corner for the first time as he takes on Simion.
At lightweight, Luke Campbell MBE will face Darleys Perez in an eliminator for the number one position with the WBA.
Campbell defended his WBC Silver title for the second time in February with a second round demolition of Jairo Lopez in his hometown of Hull, following hot on the heels of his impressive stoppage win over Derry Mathews in October in Liverpool.
Olympians Lawrence Okolie, Joe Cordina and Josh Kelly are all given places to shine on the massive card.
The trio represented Team GB in Rio last summer before turning to the paid ranks, with Okolie the first to make his debut and in spectacular fashion in Manchester earlier this month.
Okolie has been pitted against Russ Henshaw, whilst Kelly made his pro bow in Glasgow on the undercard of Ricky Burns’ World Super-Lightweight title unification battle with Julius Indongo last weekend.
Welshman Cordina steps through the ropes for the first time in Liverpool on April 22 where Martin Murray and Gabriel Rosado top the bill in a tasty Middleweight battle.
The seventh bout to be confirmed is Katie Taylor. The Olympic gold medallist, who has raced to 4-0 already this year, battles Nina Meinke in a WBA title eliminator as Eddie Hearn pushes for a fast-tracked championship victory.
Joshua v Klitschko will be live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK. Joshua backers Showtime pick up live coverage in the US, whilst HBO will show the bout delayed in the evening (US time).
Sky Sports Boxing Office are on air from 6pm. For how to book the fight visit here
RTL have exclusivity on Klitschko in his preferred home of Germany with coverage from 7pm CET.
Ring Walk times:
Judging by past events at Wembley Stadium, Matchroom opt to go early with the main event to help with travel and live coverage all over the world. Therefore, Joshua and Klitschko will be in the ring between 9.45pm and 10pm (1.45pm to 2pm PT / 4.45pm to 5pm in the US / 10.45pm to 11pm CET).