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Amir Khan's crack at a world title was live on Sky Box Office - and you can still catch the repeats.
The boy from Bolton fought WBA Light-Welterweight champion Andreas Kotelnik on Saturday, July 18 at Manchester's MEN Arena.
And if you missed it first time around, fear not, because we are showing it twice again on Sunday, at 9.00am and 1.00pm.
The show will also include Anthony Small and Matthew Hall's eagerly-anticipated double title clash and the latest pro performances from Olympic trio James DeGale, Frankie Gavin and Billy Joe Saunders.
It all adds up to a bill of the very best of British boxing's bright young talents, which you can enjoy again on Sky Box Office and in HD.
Amir Khan v Andreas Kotelnik (WBA Light-Welterweight title), Matthew Hall v Anthony Small (vacant British Light-Middleweight Title), Plus Undercard fights to include James DeGale v Ciaran Healy, Frankie Gavin v Graham Fearn and Billy Joe Saunders v Matt Scriven, will be exclusively live on Sky Box Office and Sky Box Office HD on Saturday, July 18.
It will be repeated at 9.00am, and 1.00pm on Sunday, July 19. Repeat shows will last two-and-a-half hours.
The event will be available to Sky digital customers on Sky Box Office channel 743 and Sky Box Office HD channel 752.
The event is priced at £14.63 for UK customers, €21.48 for customers in the Republic of Ireland.
To order the event viewers can call: 08442 410888 (There may be an additional £1 charge for telephone bookings).
You can also book via the box office function on your remote control.
Cable customers should contact their local cable operator.
Sky Box Office terms and conditions apply.
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