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Where to watch George Kambosos Jr. vs Maxi Hughes: stream boxing from US, Canada, NZ

In November 2021, George Kambosos Jr. stunned everyone by defeating Teofimo Lopez to win the unified lightweight championship. But since then, the Emperor has had a really difficult time. The Australian will be seeking a crucial victory to restart his career and challenge once more among the best after being outclassed twice by Devin Haney, who is now unchallenged at the weight. Watch anywhere — Try PremiumTV 100% risk free

The ability to dominate inside was crucial to Kambosos Jr.’s victory over Lopez almost two years ago, but the 30-year-old was unable to match Haney’s jab and pace. Away from any distractions back home in Australia, he has been training in both Los Angeles and Las Vegas. He is motivated to return to competing at the highest level once more, especially if Haney increases his weight and vacates the belts.


► Date: Saturday (July 22)
► Venue: Firelake Arena, Shawnee, Oklahoma
► Time: (ringwalks) 11 p.m. ET / 4 a.m. BST (Sunday)
► U.S.: ESPN via SlingTV and ESPN Plus
► U.K.: Watch on Sky Sports
► Australia — Kayo PPV
► New Zealand — SkyNow
► Watch anywhere — Try PremiumTV 100% risk free

When Maxi Hughes lost to Liam Walsh for the WBO European lightweight championship in November 2019, it was unthinkable that he would now find himself in this situation. Since then, Maximus has won seven straight fights, including significant victories against former world junior-lightweight contender Jono Carroll and Ryan Walsh (Liam’s twin). However, his most notable victory to date came last November when he defended his IBO lightweight championship against Kid Galahad.

the tough as teak Yorkshireman is not deceived Although this is Hughes’s toughest test to far, he has a tremendous heart and engine.

Hughes told his rival, “He’s got to fight those demons.” “On fight night, it’s just me and him in there; he won’t have his team around to blow smoke up his rear.”

Everything you need to know about watching the George Kambosos Jr. and Maxi Hughes fight live is provided below, along with all the information on the eliminator for the IBF world lightweight title.

Where to stream Kambosos Jr vs Hughes fight from USA & Canada?

Boxing fans in the U.S. can catch the IBF world lightweight title eliminator live stream between George Kambosos Jr and Maxi Hughes on ESPN or ESPN Plus. Or FightTV only $9.99

ESPN is available through most cable packages as well as some of the best cable TV alternatives, including Sling TV, Fubo, YouTube TV, and Hulu with Live TV.

Our pick of these would be Sling TV. The Sling Orange package costs just $40 per month and comes with more than 30 channels including ESPN. Plus, right now Sling is offering new subscribers a $20 discount for the first month.

How to watch Kambosos Jr vs Hughes free streams in Australia & NZ

Unfortunately, there are no way watch Kambosos Jr vs Hughes fight free from Australia. On Sunday, July 23, the Kambosos Jr. vs. Hughes card is set to start at 9 a.m. AEST, with the main event starting at roughly 1.30 p.m. AEST.

The Kambosos Jr. vs. Hughes fight will be broadcast as a pay-per-view event on Kayo Sports, however anyone can order it for AU$39.95 and watch it. On the other hand you can try Premium Fight TV for viewing the Top Rank Boxing only at $19.99 from Australia and New Zealand. Try FightTV, 100% risk free and no future subscription.


The fight will take place at the Firelake Arena in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Read More


  • Nationality: Australian
  • Date of birth: June 14, 1993
  • Height: 5′ 9″
  • Reach: 68″
  • Total fights: 22
  • Record: 20-2 (10 KOs)


  • Nationality: British
  • Date of birth: March 4, 1990
  • Height: 5′ 7″
  • Reach: 66.9″
  • Total fights: 33
  • Record: 26-5-2 (5 KOs)


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