British boxing star Anthony Joshua will make the first defence of his IBF World Heavyweight title at the O2.

The champion will go one-on-one with Dominic ‘Trouble’ Breazeale at the North Greenwich venue on Saturday, June 25.

Joshua took both the belt and unbeaten record of American Charles Martin on Saturday, April 9, and he’ll be looking to take another undefeated streak in his maiden defence.

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Breazeale brings a formidable 17-0 record to the UK with 15 wins inside the distance and enters the clash on the back of forcing Amir Mansour to retire after five rounds in January.

The Californian is no stranger to London having represented USA in the 2012 Olympic Games, where Joshua won gold.

Dominic Breazeale will be Anthony Joshua's first title defence

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The full undercard

George Groves v Martin Murray

Eliminator for WBA Super-Middleweight title

Chris Eubank Jr v Tom Doran

British Middleweight title

John Wayne Hibbert v Andrea Scarpa

Vacant WBC Silver Super-Lightweight title

Dillian Whyte v Cyril Leonet

Heavyweight contest

5pm, Saturday, June 25, from £40 at The O2