TalkTalk TV has confirmed the fight between Anthony Joshua vs Eric Molina will be broadcast live.
Joshua, the reigning IBF World Heavyweight title holder, will take on Molina on Sunday 10th December and is looking to extend his winning run to 18 fights.
Boxing fans can follow all the action at home via Sky Sports Box Office on TalkTalk TV for the price of £14.95, which TalkTalk says is "Britain's lowest price".
The bout will be shown on channel 416 for TalkTalk TV customers and viewers are promised a "thrilling night of British boxing".
The fight will then be repeated at 09:00 and 16:30 the following day, while TalkTalk TV's Plus TV customers can record and rewatch the action until 00:01 on December 12th.
The Joshua vs Molina bout takes place on the same night as the clash between Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora, which TalkTalk describes as "an impressive undercard fight".
"TalkTalk TV is offering access to more sport than ever before," the telecoms provider said.
"Not only can boxing fans keep up with all the ringside action on Box Nation, all TalkTalk TV homes have access to every major televised football match - including all Premier League and UEFA Champions League fixtures - live on a single platform, through TalkTalk’s Sky Sports boost and through access to BT Sport."
Furthermore, TalkTalk noted that its TV customers also have the option to watch international cricket, rugby, Formula One and all four golf majors.
The telecoms provider added that its TV service is available for 30 days at a time with no ongoing commitment. This, it said, offers "choice and flexibility at great value" to its customers.
The announcement comes shortly after TalkTalk began the rollout of its Next Generation YouView service, which it believes will give its 1.3 million TV customers a "faster, smarter and more visual and intuitive TV experience".
Among the enhancements are a simpler and cleaner design, with a new image-led layout and shortcuts to popular apps and programmes, as well as the ability to set reminders and record live TV from their mobiles.