In this article, you’ll find information about the fight, including where to watch the Beterbiev vs. Smith fight on TV and how to live stream the Beterbiev vs. Smith fight online.
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A long-awaited fight: Artur Beterbiev v Joe Smith Jr
This bantamweight world title fight between Artur Beterbiev and Joe Smith Jr. will be full of tension. The champions will meet this weekend to unify the WBC, IBF and WBO flyweight titles. The winner will be one step closer to securing undisputed champion status: whoever comes out on top in New York will be targeting a potential undisputed title fight with WBA champion Dmitriy Bivol.
“I would say Bivol is a big favourite against Beterbiev, to be honest with you,” Hearn said on a recent appearance of The DAZN Boxing Show. “It’s a great fight. We’ll see how [Beterbiev] gets on with Joe Smith, but that performance from Bivol (against Alverez) was incredible.”
Beterbiev already held two WBC/IBF world heavyweight titles. Joe Smith Jr. is also a professional boxer.
Where will the fight take place?
You will be able to watch this highly anticipated bout on June 18, 2022. The fight between the two boxers will take place live from the Hulu Theatre in Madison Square Garden, New York. The main card is due to start at 9 pm. ET / 2:00 BST.
How to watch Beterbiev vs Smith
Beterbiev vs Smith fight will be on ESPN and Undercard on the ESPN+ streaming service. An ESPN+ subscription costs $ 6,99 $ per month or $ 69,99 $ per year.
If you don’t have cable TV, there are still a few ways to watch the Beterbiev vs. Smith fight online live on your Firestick, smart TV, laptop, tablet or phone using Sling, DirecTV Stream or fuboTV. The broadcasters for you to use are ESPN+ and Sky Sports Action.
Best VPN services to watch Beterbiev vs Smith
We’ve said many times that without a VPN it’s impossible to stream ESPN+ or Sky Sports Action from abroad. What to do then?
Geographical blockades can be bypassed with a good VPN service. With a VPN service, this is very easy and convenient. You connect your device to a so-called “VPN server” in the USA, for example. And in doing so, it is assigned a “USA-IP-address”. Like your phone number, the “IP address” is a unique identifier for your device when you’re connected to the Internet.
Essentially, if you simply use a VPN service, all the data your device sends or receives is routed through “VPN servers” in the US (for example). Not only does it look like you are in the US, but the data is also physically sent from your device to the US in encrypted form and received from there.
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So you can watch ESPN+ by connecting to a VPN server in the US.
Prepare your ESPN+ subscription along with a VPN service to enjoy the match.
Erstellt am: 16. June 2022