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Devin Haney vs George Kambosos Jr. PPV: start time, fight card, how to watch in Australia

Devin Haney vs George Kambosos JR

In a weekend jam-packed with fights, this is easily the fight with the most on the line. Floyd Mayweather famously once said boxing has too many belts and today we will have a clear example of what he was talking about. In one fight the winner walks away with five belts as the undisputed Lightweight Champion. Devin Haney the WBC Lightweight Champion will face George Kambosos in his home country defending his WBA IBF WBO and The Ring Lightweight titles. The purse for this fight is rumored to be $10 million guaranteed for Kambosos and $2.8 million for Haney, but whoever wins will need to hire an assistant to help them carry all their titles to appearances.

Haney vs Kambosos Jr. Date and starting time:

  • Date: Saturday, June 4

  • Venue: Melbourne, Australia
  • Main card: 9 p.m. ET

  • The main event ring walks: 10p.m. ET. (Approx)

  • TV Channel: ESPN

  • Live Stream: FITEpass (worldwide)

Haney 27- 0 with 15 KOs travels to Australia the home country of Kambosos 20-0 with 10 KOs. The whole trip was almost for nothing after Kambosos almost lost his 4 titles on the scale. Kpmbosos initially came in overweight but was able to make the weight requirements within the 2-hour limit. In the face-off, Haney taunted Kambosos saying he’s not a real champ if he misses weight calling him fat. In a fight where both fighters are title holders, it’s hard to say whos the better fighter. Haney got his title as an Interim but has had several successful title defenses. Kambosos has 4 titles in the division with less fights and fewer knockouts. The fight will be in front of Kombosos countrymen, giving him the home ring advantage.


George Kambosos Jr. Record and bio

• Nationality: Australian
• Born: June 14, 1993
• Height: 5-9 1/2
• Reach: 68 inches
• Total fights: 20
• Record: 20-0 with 10 wins via knockout

Devin Haney record and bio

• Nationality: American
• Born: November 17, 1998
• Height: 5-8
• Reach: 71 inches
• Total fights: 27
• Record: 27-0 with 15 wins via knockout

How to watch Haney vs Kambosos Jr. PPV fight anywhere

The combat fans in the US will be looking to keep a close eye on this fixture. They can watch all the action on ESPN using cable or satellite service. Or best way to watch George Kambosos vs Devin Haney live stream in the Canada & USA is Fightpass.

The Co-promoter of the fight, Top Rank has a deal with the broadcasting giants ESPN to air this event both in the US and Canada. You can also stream the whole event on ESPN+ on the non-cable service provider like Fubo TV, Sling TV, etc. Try free 7 days trial with fuboTV (US residents only)

The Aussie fans can watch their hero compete on Fox Sports. Foxtel’s pay-per-view service Main Event has acquired the right to broadcast this service in Australia. The fans will be charged AU$59.95 before they can access the PPV. or only $19.99 on Fifgtpass

Kambosos Jr. vs Haney full fight card

  • Main event: George Kambosos Jr. vs. Devin Haney; multiple lightweight belts
  • Jason Maloney vs. Aston Palicte; Bantamweight
  • Junior Fa vs. Lucas Browne; Heavyweight
  • Hemi Ahio vs. Christian Ndzie; Heavyweight
  • David Nyika vs. Karim Maatalla; Cruiserweight
  • Lachlan Higgins vs. Terry Nikolas, Super Lightweight
  • Andrew Moloney vs. Alexander Espinoza, Super Flyweight
  • Amari Jones vs. Ankush Hooda, Middleweight
  • Sarah Higginson vs. Taylah Robertson, Super Flyweight
  • Yoel Angeloni vs. Ken Aitken, Welterweight
  • Hussein Fayad vs. Pom Thanawut Phetkum, Super Featherweight
  • Isaias Sette vs. Luke Gersbeck, Super Welterweight

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