Willy Hutchinson vs Lennox Clarke: Live stream FREE, TV channel, undercard for Frank Warren fight night TONIGHT

WILLY HUTCHINSON faces Lennox Clarke in TONIGHT's Frank Warren fight night on BT Sport.

Zach Parker made a big statement with a second round KO win over Vaughn Alexander on Friday night.

What time does Hutchinson vs Clarke start?

  • The Hutchinson vs Clarke card gets underway from 7pm UK time on Saturday.
  • Hutchinson vs Clarke is live on BT Sport 1 HD and BT Sport Ultimate.
  • You can live stream both fight nights from the BT Sport app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • EE customers can get BT Sport INCLUDED to their plan at no extra cost if they are on a plan with Smart Benefits – simply log in to EE and choose BT Sport app.

Hutchinson vs Clarke FULL CARD

  • Willy Hutchinson vs Lennox Clarke
  • Louie Lynn vs Sebastien Perez
  • Nathan Gorman vs Pavel Sour
  • Chris Nourke vs TBA
  • Mark Chamberlain vs Jordan Ellison
  • Eithan James vs Des Newston
  • Stephen Adentan vs Andrius Ruzas
  • Umar Khan vs Levi Dunn
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    MAIN EVENT

    In the night’s headliner, Willy Hutchinson fights Lennox Clark.

    Hutchinson is highly touted, trains out of the famous Ingle Gym, and has received comparisons to Joe Calazaghe.

    He challenges for the British and Commonwealth middleweight titles.

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    WE ARE LIVE

    The boxing has now kicked off on BT Sport and Ethan James and Des Newton will open proceedings.

    Following them is Mark Chamberlain and Jordan Ellison.

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    FIGHT NIGHT 

    The second of Frank Warren’s back to back bills takes place tonight. 

    Headlining is Willy Hutchinson against Lennox Clark for the British and Commonwealth light-heavyweight titles. 

    Louie Lynn faces Sebastian Perez for the WBC international flyweight title. 

    Tyson Fury’s cousin Nathan Gorman returns for his second fight since defeat to Daniel Dubois in 2019, as he takes on Pavel Sour. 

    Mark Chamberlain fights Jordan Ellison and Ethan James opens the show against Des Newton.  

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    PARKER VS ALEXANDER

    Big finish for Parker, flooring Alexander three times in round two.

    Ref waved off the action as Alexander sat on the ropes and shipped punishment.

    Parker moves to 20-0 and remains the WBO No1 ranked challenger at super-middleweight.

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    PARKER VS ALEXANDER

    Parker has Alexander hurt on the ropes, carries on a barrage and a left hand floors his man.

    Parker again floors Alexander twice more and the American is in all sorts of trouble.

    Again Parker puts on the pressure, with Alexander on the ropes taking a hammering.

    And that’s it! Alexander is stopped on his feet as he threw nothing back while on the ropes.

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    PARKER VS ALEXANDER

    Alexander aggressive early but Parker looks the slicker in round one.

    Switching-hitting early and showing off his reactions.

    Jab working nicely for Parker, finding home as Alexander just walks forward.

     

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    YES HE MCCAN

    Denis McCan was in fine form as he won every round against Moreno.

    The future looks bright for the young bantamweight.

    Up next in the night’s headliner is Zach Parker

     

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    UP NEXT

    Super-middleweight Zach Parker faces American Vaughn Alexander.

    Parker is closing the gap in the WBO rankings, and hopes to be mandatory for the Canelo vs Billy Joe Saunders winner.

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    McCANN VS MORENO

    The fight goes the full eight rounds and it was all class from McCann, who bossed the action behind his jab.

    He rounded off a great performance with a knockdown in the final round, catching Moreno coming in.

    McCann move to 9-0 in his career.

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    McCANN VS MORENO

    Really composed performance by young McCann who is showing his class.

    The southpaw jab is working wonders and McCann's body shots are also looking lethal.

    Final two rounds here.

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    McCANN VS MORENO

    After three rounds it's all McCann, who can't miss with his jab.

    He's looking for the left hook around the side and is edging closer.

    Moreno is still a live challenger, but finding himself outboxed

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    McCANN VS MORENO

    Really controlled opening round from McCann, behind his jab.

    He showed lovely footwork at times and a shot over the top appeared to catch Moreno's attention at one point.

    McCann also went to the body well as he eased through the first three minutes.

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    UP NEXT

    Rising bantamweight star Dennis McCann makes his return to fight experienced Mexican Luis Moreno.

    Southpaw McCann is 8-0 and highly touted by veteran promoter Frank Warren.

    So much so, that he has received comparisons to Prince Naseem Hamed.

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    SUN IS SHINING

    Sunny Edwards will challenge for his first world title on April 30.

    He faces IBF champion Moruti Mthalane with Mick Conlan on the undercard.

    Edwards is 15-0 and his brother was WBC flyweight world champion.

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    AD ENOUGH

    Highlight of David Adeleye's KO.

    A perfect left hook to the body left him opponent wanting to stay down.

    Adeleye, who has sparred Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury, moved to 5-0.

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    FOSTER VS RODRIQUEZ

    We go the distance… Foster did all he could to try and force the stoppage but Rodriquez proved resilient.

    Foster now pushes himself up the IBF rankings after winning the International title on points.

    A world title shot will be in his sights soon.

     

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    FOSTER VS RODRIQUEZ

    Heading into the final round and it's been all Foster.

    He's landed some really good right hands, combinations too, but Rodriquez is showing why he's never been stopped in his career.

     

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    FOSTER VS RODRIQUEZ

    Through six rounds and it's much of the same, Foster is pushing the action but Rodriquez is doing his best to spoil.

    The Spaniard is also doing a lot of showboating but not much actual fighting.

    Foster is landing the occasional right hand over the top.

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    FOSTER VS RODRIQUEZ

    Really positive start for Foster, who has been on the front foot for the first three rounds.

    Rodriquez is more bothered about running away from trouble than fighting back.

    It could leave it hard for Foster to get the stoppage, but he's in complete control as it is.

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    UP NEXT

    Brad Foster, the British and Commonwealth super-bantamweight champion, faces Spaniard Alvaro Rodriguez.

    Foster, who works at Tesco during the night, challenges for the  IBF International title.

    He is also an ex-kickboxing champion.

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    ADELEYE VS PRESTON

    And it's all over – just like that!

    Adeleye's first punch thrown with intent floors Preston – who made his debut – and the left hook was enough to see the ref count to ten.

    It was a nice slip followed by a left hook to the body, and Adeleye improves to 5-0.

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    UP NEXT

    Heavyweight David Adeleye returns for his fifth professional fight.

    As well as his heavy hands, Adeleye is known for sparring with Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua in the past.

    He fights Dave Preston next.

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    MAXWELL VS FIELDS

    Maxwell takes the decision, fairly wide on the card but he was made to work for his win.

    He remains unbeaten and will still look to challenge for the British and Commonwealth titles in the future.

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    MAXWELL VS FIELDS

    The fight goes the full eight rounds and Fields certainly came to win having came in as a late replacement.

    He came forward throughout but did have a point deducted for holding.

    Maxwell was the cleaner and more efficient fighter, but was given a hard night's work as we go to the scorecards.

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