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Where to watch Lopez vs Martin Live Online: Fight Card, Time, TV Channel and Preview

Teofimo Lopez vs Sandor Martin

The Madison square garden is ready to welcome its son, Teofimo Lopez who will be putting his WBO International super lightweight title against Spain’s, Sandor Martin on Saturday, December 10. It has been a bumpy ride for the 25-year-old Lopez so far who snatched the lightweight title in a famous victory over Vasiliy Lomachenko in 2020. But moving forward, he lost to a rather unknown fighter at that time, George Kambosos Jr. After losing the lightweight titles, Lopez decided to go up the weight and made his Super lightweight debut this past August.

Fight Information

  • Date: Saturday, December 10
  • Time: 9.00 p.m. ET / 2.00 a.m.
  • Where: Madison Square Garden in New York
  • TV: ESPN+
  • Streams anywhere: Click Here

It was a successful outing for Lopez who stopped Pedro Campa inside the seventh after smashing him throughout the bout. He will be looking to make Martin succumb to a similar result when the duo come face-to-face this Saturday.

Lopez has had fond memories of the Madison Square Garden as he buckled Richard Commey at the same venue to win the IBF lightweight title in 2019. He will initiate another ‘Take over’ but now in a new division against the experienced Spaniard Martin. The 29-year-old Martin is no stranger to such a hostile environment as he previously thrashed Mikey Garcia on his trip to America. The Spaniard is in the form of life having been unbeaten in his last nine fights. He is on a mission to spoil the party for the home town boy, Lopez. His recent win came to Jose Felix in Spain where he was declared victorious after the end of 10 scheduled rounds. Martin has some weapons in his artillery and cometh this Saturday, he will be hoping to connect one of these to down Lopez.

Here is all you need to know about Lopez vs Martin PPV, including the fight card and what has been said so far.

How to watch Teofimo Lopez vs Sandor Martin live online?

The Lopez vs Martin will be available on ESPN+. Its monthly subscription will cost you around $9.99 but if you are looking for a long-term plan and are eager to save some bucks, you can subscribe to its annual subscription as well which costs you $99.99. While boxing fans in the UK can watch the whole PPV on Sky Sports. It will be broadcasted live on its TV station. The fans in the rest of the world will have to be contented with OolaTV to watch and enjoy all the action.

Lopez vs Martin Start Time, Fight Date and more:

The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York will have the privilege to host Lopez vs Martin fight card on Saturday, December 10. The event will start at 9.00 p.m. ET / 2.00 a.m. GMT with the headliner of the evening expected to begin at 11 p.m. ET / 4 a.m. GMT.

Lopez Vs Martin Under Card:

  • Teofimo Lopez vs. Sandor Martin; For the vacant WBO International title
  • Jared Anderson vs. Jerry Forrest; Heavyweight
  • Xander Zayas vs. Alexis Salazar; Super welterweight
  • Keyshawn Davis vs. Juan Carlos Burgos; Lightweight
  • Jahi Tucker vs. Ivan Pandzic; Welterweight
  • Bruce Carrington vs. Juan Tapia; Featherweight
  • Mike O’Han Jr. vs. Delante Johnson; Junior welterweight
  • Frederic Julan vs. Joe Ward; Light heavyweight
  • Damian Knyba vs. Emilio Salas; Heavyweight

What’s been said so far:

Teofimo Lopez:

“This is a huge moment for me,” Lopez stated before the fight. “This is a moment of a lifetime. This is equivalent to my first world title. These are the things I’m really looking forward to. This is my home. My hometown, my home field, and we are really looking forward to putting on a show for everyone on December 10th.”

Sandor Martin:

This is a special moment for me. But I don’t look beyond this fight. At the end of the day, he and I live in two different worlds. He lives in the world of entertainment and I live in the boxing world. When he was recording interviews, watching the Knicks and shopping, I was training. That’s the difference you will see on Saturday.”

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