Who will walk out of Australia with all the gold? On June 4 (June 5 in Australia), George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney compete for the WBA, IBF, WBO, WBC and The Ring lightweight titles. The fight takes place inside Marvel Stadium in Melbourne.
Haney turned pro at 17 after winning seven National titles. He won the WBC Youth lightweight title in 2017. Haney won the interim WBC lightweight title in 2019 against Antonio Moran. Promoted as the champion, Haney has defended the belt four times. His last fight was a unanimous decision win over Joseph Diaz in December.
A two-time Australian National Championships silver medalist, Kambosos made his pro debut in 2013 at age 19. An Australian, WBA-PABA and WBA Oceania lightweight champion, Kambosos beat Mickey Bey and Lee Selby in 2019 and 2020.
Kambosos faced off against Teofimo Lopez in November 2021 for the WBA, IBF, WBO and The Ring lightweight titles. Kambosos dominated against the young champion, beating him via split decision.
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The Sporting News has you covered with all the information you need to watch the fight in Australia, including time, channel and fight card.
Kambosos vs. Haney takes place on Sunday, June 5 local time in Australia. It’s an afternoon fight in Australia, which means it will take place during primetime in the United States and Canada.
The main card should begin at 9 a.m. AEST and 7 p.m. ET. Kambosos and Haney should make their way to the ring around 2 p.m. AEST and 12 a.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
The Kambosos vs. Haney main card will air on ESPN+. It can be available on ESPN.
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For those in the U.K., the fight will air via the BT Sport Box Office.
Foxtel’s pay-per-view service Main Event will broadcast the bout in Australia. Boxing fans in Australia can also use the streaming service Kayo.
You can pay $6.99 for a monthly subscription to ESPN+ or buy an annual subscription for $69.99.
In Australia, Fans will be charged AU$59.95 for the event on Main Event. A Kayo subscription is not required to watch the fight on that platform.
The main card is also available for purchase via most major cable and satellite providers.