How to watch Joshua vs Helenius Live Weigh-In Results (Cheap PPV)

Joshua wants to stay active, hoping to fight Deontay Wilder in early 2024. He tried to take on Dillian Whyte on the Aug. 12 card to prepare him for the potential matchup. After coming to terms in negotiations, the fight between Joshua and Whyte was made. Unfortunately for “AJ,” Whyte failed the Voluntary Anti-Doping Agency drug test, which Matchroom Boxing shared the news about on Twitter last weekend.


AJ vs Helenius Start time and date

Anthony Joshua vs. Robert Helenius is scheduled to take place on Saturday, August 12, 2023. The main card is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. ET with the main event ringwalks expected to take place at 5 p.m. ET.

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Desperate to stay active, Joshua accepted a fight with Helenius on Aug. 8. “The Nordic Nightmare” also recently had a knockout win over Mika Mielonen on Aug. 5. While it is a short-notice fight for the boxing superstar, he is motivated to get the win and look forward to a clash with Wilder. It’s also worth noting that the last person that “The Bronze Bomber” defeated was Helenius by knockout on Oct. 15, 2022.

Joshua vs. Helenius will occur at The O2 Arena in Greenwich, London. The main card will stream live on DAZN at 2 PM ET/11 AM PT for subscribers, which costs $19.99 in the United States. The preliminary card will kick off the event for free on the DAZN YouTube Channel at 12:15 PM ET/9 AM PT.

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Anthony Joshua vs. Robert Helenius Fight Card Weigh-In Results

(Fight Card Is Subject To Change)

Main Card: 

  • Heavyweight: Anthony Joshua (250)  vs. Robert Helenius (249.4)
  • Heavyweight: Derek Chisora (251.1) vs.  Gerald Washington (237.9)
  • Heavyweight:  Filip Hrgovic (243.1) vs.  Demsey McKean (245.5)
  • Vacant Southern Area Heavyweight Championship: Johnny Fisher (242.8) vs.  Harry Armstrong (250.8)
  • Preliminary Card:
    • Super Lightweight:  Campbell Hatton (141.8) vs. Tom Ansell (141.9)
    • Middleweight: George Liddard (162.3) vs.  Bas Oosterweghel (164.7)
    • Featherweight: Brandon Scott (131.9) vs. Louis Norman (133.9)

Super Flyweight: Maisey Rose Courtney (114.4) vs. Gemma Ruegg (113.8)

What happened in Joshua’s last fight?

Joshua returned earlier in the year following consecutive losses to Oleksandr Usyk.

He boxed to a cautious unanimous decision against Franklin to get back to winning ways, his first since 2020.

Talk soon turned to facing Wilder in the Middle East but AJ wanted one more bout under new coach James.