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What time is it likely to start?
Joshua and Martin are likely to be in the ring at around 10.45pm.
What TV channel is showing it?
The fight is live on Sky Box Office. Coverage on the night starts at 6pm, with subscriptions costing £16.95 (€21.95).
Who is favourite?
Joshua – but only marginally. This will be by far the sternest test of his professional career, with Martin having gone undefeated in 24 fights.
He won the IBF title by stopping Vyacheslav Glazkov in January and, while not in the elite class of heavyweights, he is a canny fighter who could target Joshua’s slow feet.
Joshua, 26, is bidding to become Britain’s sixth heavyweight world champion in only his 16th fight. American Martin, 29, is making the first defence of the title he won in January. “[Beating Martin] is only the first step. There would still be a few more belts to get my hands on,” said Joshua.”I love all the hype and attention but it brings a lot of pressure and gets the blood boiling. I’ve got to keep a lid on it.”But on Saturday you will see what you always see: ‘AJ’ coming to war. If I’m not ready after 12 weeks in training, there’s nobody to blame but myself.”Martin, who turned professional at 23 after quitting his job as a construction worker, predicted he would knock the challenger out early. The champion, who has 23 wins (21 KOs) and one draw from 24 professional fights, scaled 17st 7lb at Friday’s weigh-in. Joshua, who has 15 wins (15 KOs) from 15 fights, was a pound lighter. British champion Joshua is bidding to become only the third man to win a professional heavyweight world title while still a reigning Olympic champion. Muhammad Ali, then Cassius Clay, won light-heavyweight gold in 1960 before dethroning Sonny Liston in 1964; Leon Spinks won light-heavyweight gold in 1976 before dethroning Ali in 1978, in only his eighth paid fight.”Josh is not the finished article by any means and if he’d fought for a world title in six fights’ time, I wouldn’t have been as nervous,” said Hearn. “But Charles Martin isn’t that experienced either. So I expect them to go toe to toe.
“That’s great news for fight fans, but bad news for anyone close to Josh. I expect they will be watching the fight through their fingers.
“But there will be 25-year-olds down the pub watching this, as well as 85-year-old grandmothers knitting jumpers. Josh transcends the sport of boxing.”
There are two other world title fights on the undercard of Martin-Joshua, with Wales’ Lee Selby defending his IBF featherweight title against American Eric Hunter and Doncaster’s Jamie McDonnell defending his WBC bantamweight title against Mexico’s Fernando Vargas.
Also on the bill, three-time super-middleweight world title challenger George Groves takes on David Brophy, and former world title challengers Matt Macklin and Brian Rose meet in a make-or-break middleweight contest.