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How to watch Errol Spence Jr vs Ugas fight Live Streams in the USA and Canada tonight

Watch Errol Spence Jr. vs. Yordenis Ugas PPV in Canada

It isn’t often that fight cards for title contests are stacked from top to bottom. Fortunately for boxing fans, this weekend’s Errol Spence Jr. vs Yordenis Ugas card is the exception. Hosted at the home of the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, two former world champions are featured in the fights leading up to the main event welterweight unification contest. Additionally, Issac “Pitbull” Cruz is arguably the main attraction of the evening behind Spence and Ugas, headlining the co-main event. With six total fights for the evening, check out the preview below before you watch the Spence Jr. vs Ugas fight this Saturday, April 16, 2022.

Spence vs Ugas Fight Details:

  • When: Saturday, April 16, 2022
  • Main Card Start Time: 9 p.m. ESt / 6 p.m. PSt
  • Location: AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas
  • TV Channel: Showtime (PPV)
  • Live Stream: FITEPASS (anywhere)

Ahead of the pay-per-view card for Spence Jr. vs Ugas, fans tuning in will be treated to a free title contest on the preliminary card. In a battle of undefeated boxers, Radzhab Butaev (14-0-0, 11 KO) will aim to defend his WBA Welterweight World Title against Eimantas Stanionis (13-0-0, 9 KO) in a 12-round match. Their fight is preceded by Zachary Ochoa (21-2-0, 7 KO) facing Brandun Lee (24-0-0, 22 KO) in an amazing opening act for the night. Lee has finished his last 16 fights early and faces a distance fighter in Ochoa.

Spence vs Ugas PPV price: How much does the fight cost?

  • Showtime PPV: $74.99 (US)
  • Roger’s PPV: $74.99 (Canada)
  • MainEvent PPV: $29.99 (Australia)

Spence vs. Ugas will cost $74.99 on Showtime pay-per-view and traditional pay-per-view outlets. You can also stream the full PPV fight from anywhere in the world through FITEPASS.

Spence vs. Ugas full fight card

  • Errol Spence, Jr. (c) vs. Yordenis Ugas (c) for the WBC, IBF, and WBA welterweight titles
  • Isaac Cruz vs. Yuriokis Gamboa, Lightweights
  • Jose Valenzuela vs. Francisco Vargas, Lightweights
  • Cody Crowley vs. Josesito Lopez, Welterweights
  • Eimantas Stanionis vs. Radzhab Butaev, Welterweights
  • Brandun Lee vs. Zachary Ochoa, Junior- Welterweight

Undercard preview: Jose Valenzuela vs. Francisco Vargas

Opening up the card are two undefeated fighters, lightweight Jose Valenzuela and welterweight Cody Crowley fighting 10-round contests against veterans in their respective divisions. Valenzuela’s opponent is former world champion Francisco “El Bandido” Vargas. For Vargas (27-3-2, 19 KO) it is the second time that he has shared a card with Cruz, losing to the rising talent last June in Houston by decision, setting Cruz up with the opportunity at Davis. He’ll provide a tough test for Valenzuela (11-0-0, 7 KO) who is just four years into his young career. With 15 years difference between the two fighters, both have plenty of power. It will truly be a battle of youth versus experience.

In the first fight of the pay-per-view, Crowley (20-0-0, 9 KO) is on quite the run but has yet to climb to the height needed for a world title shot. Just three years ago, however, his opponent Lopez (38-8-0, 21 KO) was where Crowley wants to get to, facing Keith Thurman at the time for the WBA Super World Welterweight Title. In Lopez, Crowley is seeing an opponent who has stood opposite of Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in a title fight as well, even if it was in 2012.

How to watch Spence vs Ugas fight from USA and Canada

Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) and ShowTime producing what should be the conclusive top-contending pound by pound Errol Spence Jr. vs Yordenis Ugas fight history .If you are located in Canada and you have a RogersTV cable connection, then you are lucky. You can order the PPV by visiting ‘Rogers PPV‘  website. Unfortunately, depending on where you are, accessing the app or the website may not be available. In that case, we recommend you check the Fitepass PPV. Fite offering worldwide Spence Jr. vs Ugas pay per view boxing, so you don’t need a cable connection or VPN. On the other hand Aussie‘s can watch the fight via MainEvent website or Fitepass too.

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