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Needless to say, boxing fans are eager to catch the big matchup. Below is everything you need to know about the Kambosos vs. Haney fight, including where to watch the fight on TV, how to stream Kambosos vs. Haney online, and even a few hacks to watch Kambosos vs. Haney for free online.

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As mentioned, fuboTV offers a seven-day free trial, and DirecTV Stream offers a five-day free trial. Either option will get you access to live ESPN broadcasts, letting you watch Kambosos vs. Haney online for free during the free trial period.

Looking to catch Garcia vs. Fortuna live tonight? Read on. Below is everything you need to know about the much-anticipated bout, including how to buy tickets to the fight and where to stream Garcia vs. Fortuna online.

The fight between Garcia and Fortuna was originally slated to take place way back in January of 2021, but Garcia pulled out in order to focus on his mental health at the time. The fight was further delayed when Garcia underwent hand surgery, which put the young star out of commission for 15 months.

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The undercard has three fights to get you ready for the main event on Saturday night. To open up the festivities, Cody Crowley is back and looking to make a statement in his biggest test to date when he takes on former title challenger Abel Ramos at welterweight. Then, we move to the lightweight division where Chris Colbert is set to debut after previously holding an interim title at super featherweight when he battles Jose Valenzuela. And the co-feature bout sees a super welterweight contest between Jesus Ramos and Joey Spencer.

The action gets underway at 9 p.m. ET on Showtime pay-per-view. The full fight card with odds from Caesars Sportsbook and complete viewing information is listed below. CBS Sports will also have live coverage of the fight with round-by-round scoring and blow-by-blow updates to keep you up to date throughout the night.

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Bivol vs. Ramirez will take place on Saturday, November 5. The main card will start at 2 p.m. ET 6 p.m. GMT 5 a.m. AEST. Bivol and Ramirez should make their way to the ring around 6 p.m. ET 10 p.m. BST 9 a.m. AEST, depending on how long the undercard fights last. That will mean an approximate 2 a.m. start on the ground in Abu Dhabi.

Paul made his professional boxing debut in January 2020 with a first-round TKO victory over fellow YouTuber Ali Eson Gib. His second fight was a second-round one-punch KO of former NBA star Nate Robinson. He then defeated former Bellator and One Championship champion Ben Askren with a first-round TKO in April 2021 before taking on former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley twice.

Paul (5-0, 4 KOs), 25, of Cleveland, defeated Woodley (0-2) by sixth-round KO in December, a rematch of Paul's split-decision win over Woodley four months before. Paul was scheduled to face Tyson Fury's half-brother, Tommy Fury, Aug. 6 at New York's Madison Square Garden, but Tommy couldn't secure a visa to travel to the U.S. from the U.K. and Hasim Rahman Jr. got the call to replace him. But Rahman had trouble losing weight and the fight was canceled the week before.

"Look, I always train like I'm fighting the best person in the world," Paul said on Sept. 13. "We don't cut corners no matter who the opponent is. You never know what your opponent's gonna bring to the ring. And you have to be prepared for the hardest test of your life. But we have a bunch of southpaw sparring partners in training camp who are doing their best to emulate his style. Obviously, it's super unique, but all of my fights pretty much have been against MMA guys, so I'm sort of used to that differentiated style and different combinations and bigger punches and the unorthodox style. So, I've always been training for that."

Silva (3-1, 2 KOs), 47, of Brazil, scored a split-decision victory over Julio Cesar Chavez in June 2021 and a KO over former UFC light heavyweight champ Tito Ortiz a year ago. He is considered one of the best UFC fighters in the history of the promotion.

"I promise I will go do my best to make a good show for everyone here," Silva said. "My focus now is on this fight because this fight is very important for every single new generation, and my generation too. I believe in one thing: if you love something you can do anything, if you believe in yourself you can do anything. That's why I'm here today because I never stopped believing in myself."

The full Jake Paul-Anderson Silva fight card will be broadcast in the U.S. on Showtime pay-per-view starting at 9 p.m. ET. The pay-per-view can be purchased on, via the Showtime app and on all major cable and satellite providers. More information can be found here.

Events can be purchased through a multichannel television platform using their electronic program guide, an automated telephone system, or through a live customer service representative. There has been an increasing number of pay-per-views distributed via streaming video online, either alongside or in lieu of carriage through television providers. In 2012, the popular video sharing platform YouTube began to allow partners to host live PPV events on the platform.[1]

Events distributed through PPV typically include boxing, mixed martial arts, professional wrestling, and concerts. In the past, PPV was often used to distribute telecasts of feature films, as well as adult content such as pornographic films, but the growth of digital cable and streaming media caused these uses to be subsumed by video on demand systems (which allow viewers to purchase and view pre-recorded content at any time) instead, leaving PPV to focus primarily on live event programs and combat sports.

The earliest form of pay-per-view was closed-circuit television, also known as theatre television, where professional boxing telecasts were broadcast live to a select number of venues, mostly theaters, where viewers paid for tickets to watch the fight live.[2][3] The first fight with a closed-circuit telecast was Joe Louis vs. Jersey Joe Walcott in 1948.[4] Closed-circuit telecasts peaked in popularity with Muhammad Ali in the 1960s and 1970s,[2][3] with "The Rumble in the Jungle" fight drawing 50 million buys worldwide in 1974,[5] and the "Thrilla in Manila" drawing 100 million buys worldwide in 1975.[6] Closed-circuit television was gradually replaced by pay-per-view home television in the 1980s and 1990s.[3]

Professional boxing was largely introduced to pay-per-view cable television with the "Thrilla in Manila" fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier in September 1975. The fight sold 500,000 pay-per-view buys on HBO.[14] There was also another major title fight aired on pay-per-view in 1980, when Roberto Durán defeated Sugar Ray Leonard. Cable companies offered the match for $10, and about 155,000 customers paid to watch the fight.[15][16]

The term "pay-per-view" did not come into general use until the late 1980s[citation needed] when companies such as Viewer's Choice, HBO and Showtime started using the system to show movies and some of their productions. Viewer's Choice carried movies, concerts and other events, with live sporting events such as WrestleMania being the most predominant programming. Prices ranged from $3.99 to $49.99, while HBO and Showtime, with their event production legs TVKO and SET Pay Per View, would offer championship boxing matches ranging from $14.99 to $54.99.[citation needed]

ESPN later began to broadcast college football and basketball games on pay-per-view through its services ESPN GamePlan and ESPN Full Court, which were eventually sold as full-time out-of-market sports packages.[citation needed] The boxing undercard Latin Fury, shown on June 28, 2003, became ESPN's first boxing card on pay-per-view and also the first pay-per-view boxing card held in Puerto Rico.[citation needed] Pay-per-view has provided a revenue stream for professional wrestling circuits such as WWE, Impact Wrestling, All Elite Wrestling (AEW), World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Ring of Honor (ROH) and Lucha Libre AAA World Wide (AAA).

In May 2007, the junior middleweight boxing match between Oscar De La Hoya vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. on HBO PPV became the biggest-selling non-heavyweight title fight, with a little more than 2.5 million buyers.[20] The fight itself generated roughly $139 million in domestic PPV revenue, making it the most lucrative prizefight of that era. The record stood until 2015 before it was broken by Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao in a fight dubbed as the "Fight of the Century" on May 2, 2015 which generated 4.6 million ppv buys and a revenue of over $400 million.[21]

Ross Greenburg, then president of HBO Sports, called the expansion of pay-per-view "the biggest economic issue in boxing", stating "I can't tell you that pay-per-view helps the sport because it doesn't. It hurts the sport because it narrows our audience, but it's a fact of life. Every time we try to make an HBO World Championship Boxing fight, we're up against mythical pay-per-view numbers. HBO doesn't make a lot of money from pay-per-view. There's usually a cap on what we can make. But the promoters and fighters insist on pay-per-view because that's where their greatest profits lie."[25] 041b061a72


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