Lomachenko vs Pedraza Fight Live on Saturday 8th December 2018.

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Lomachenko vs Pedraza Fight Live

Watch Lomachenko vs Pedraza fight live stream free online coverage on ESPN. On 8th December 2018, 12 rounds – lightweights boxing fights will take place at the Madison Square Garden Theater, New York, USA. The brilliant WBA Lightweight and Ring Magazine Champion Vasiliy Lomachenko clashes with Puerto Rican WBO titlist Jose Pedraza for Lomachenko’s Ring/WBA and Pedraza’s WBO titles. So now it is, how to stream Lomachenko vs Pedraza fight live online in UK, Australia, USA, Ireland, New Zealand, Canada or the rest of the world?

So here it is – Lomachenko vs Pedraza Fight Live

LOMACHENKO VS PEDRAZA STREAMING CHANNELS

Here’s a list of official TV broadcasters that will show the fight live online around the world.

  • RPC TV Canal 4 (Panama)
  • ESPN (USA)

As mentioned above, the Lomachenko vs Pedraza fight live match will be broadcasted on RPC TV Channel 4 in the Panama and ESPN in the USA. RPC TV Channel 4 has not yet announced how much the PPV will cost. RPC TV is available on PC, Mac, Android, and iOS devices. In case you are currently living abroad and you are not able to stream Lomachenko vs Pedraza fight live on ESPN or RPC TV Channel 4. Instead, you will get another way to watch Lomachenko vs Pedraza fight live stream online.

Lomachenko vs Pedraza fight live

THE WBA & WBO WORLD LIGHTWEIGHT TITLES

Vasiliy Lomachenko vs Jose Pedraza | Saturday 8, December 2018
Madison Square Garden Theater, New York, USA | Promoter – Top Rank – Bob Arum

Matchmaker – Brad Goodman

Main Event and UnderCard Fights:

  1. Vasiliy Lomachenko (C, No. 1 P4P) vs. Jose Pedraza (No. 3)
    12 rounds – lightweights (for Lomachenko’s Ring/WBA and Pedraza’s WBO titles)
  2. Isaac Dogboe (No. 1) vs. Emanuel Navarrete (No. 9)
    12 rounds – junior featherweights (for Dogboe’s WBO title)
  3. Teofimo Lopez vs. Mason Menard
    10 rounds – lightweights

 

Lomachenko (11-1, 9 KO) will be defending the title he won on May 12 from Jorge Linares, after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum. Pedraza (25-1, 12 KO) is perhaps a tougher test than Ray Beltran would have been, but will still be a sizable underdog. Pedraza beat Beltran on August 25 to set up the date with Lomachenko, resulting in an all-Top Rank card, which works out well for the promoter and for TV network ESPN, which will televise the fight. Either way that August fight went, ESPN was in business with Top Rank. Lomachenko, 30, is considered perhaps the best pound-for-pound fighter in the sport, and no worse than one of the top few. Pedraza, 29, is a legitimate contender to his 135-pound throne, the WBO champion, and a real opponent.

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