Get ready to live stream the Kovalev vs Alvarez fight . Four significant fights, three world title bouts, one rematch for the ages, all on ESPN and ESPN+. The best card of 2019 is coming to North Texas.
The hotly anticipated light heavyweight world title rematch featuring WBO champion Eleider “Storm” Alvarez and challenger Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev will stream live on ESPN+ and headline a huge night of boxing that will showcase a quartet of meaningful fights — including three world title bouts — spread across ESPN/ESPN Deportes and ESPN+ on Saturday, Feb. 2 at Ford Center at The Star, home to the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and training facility.
You’re looking to watch the big Alvarez vs Kovalev fight, right? If you are, you’re in the perfect place to find a great live stream so you can tune into the WBO light heavyweight title fight.
How to watch Alvarez vs Kovalev boxing live on US stream HBO is hosting the fight exclusively in the US . Do you have HBO in your normal cable package? If so, you’ll be able to tune into the fight at 10PM ET / 7pm PT on your TV. There’s also the possibility you’ll be able to live stream it too. Bear in mind this service may just be for replays though – this is one of the first fights hosted by HBO, and it’s not yet clear what the provider’s policy on this is.
Just like the UK, you won’t be able to watch this fight through an official provider if you live in Australia. Alas, you won’t be able to watch this fight easily in the UK. The normal streaming services for boxing don’t seem to think it’s worth showing Alvarez vs Kovalev 2 live stream .
Sergey Kovalev attempts to keep his career alive when he challenges Eleider ‘Storm’ Alvarez for his old WBO World Light-Heavyweight Championship in a rematch on Saturday 2nd February, live on BoxNation.
‘Krusher’ Kovalev, 35, was ahead on all three judges’ cards when the Montreal based Colombian rallied and knocked him out in the seventh round.
He is promising revenge when they meet in Frisco, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys’ practice facility.
Russian Kovalev (32-3-1, 28 KOs), who has made nine title defences across two reigns, bids to become a three-time World Champion.
Kovalev said. “I will look to take back my title and put on a great show for the fans. Together with my new trainer, Buddy McGirt, I will be ready for Alvarez.”
Alvarez (24-0, 12 KOs) is desperate to prove his shock win in August was no fluke and that Kovalev’s team have made a blunder by exercising their rematch clause.