HOW TO WATCH ORTIZ VS COJANU BOXING LIVE STREAM ONLINE
Cuban boxer “The Real King Kong” Luis Ortiz fight against the former world title challenger Romanian boxer Razvan Cojanu in a scheduled 10-round bout on July 28 (Showtime, 10 p.m. ET) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The fight will serve as the co-feature to the lightweight unification bout between Mikey Garcia and Robert Easter Jr. Mario Barrios will take on Jose Roman in the 10-round junior welterweight opener. So now it is, How to watch Luis Ortiz vs Razvan Cojanu live stream online in USA, UK, Canada, Australia, and the rest of the world? On Saturday night Showtime will broadcast three bouts live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. This fight card will be presented by Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Champions.
Luis Ortiz (28-1) vs. Razvan Cojanu (16-3) Heavyweights fight live stream
After having heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder nearly out on his feet in their March classic, Ortiz (28-1, 24 KOs) eventually succumbed to the power of the unbeaten champion. Now, Ortiz looks to get back to world title contention on July 28. Originally, from Camaguey, Cuba, now residing in Miami, Fla., Ortiz will fight in Los Angeles for the first time as a professional. Ortiz quickly became one of the most avoided men in boxing with victories over Bryant Jennings, Tony Thompson, and Malik Scott on his way to the memorable showdown with Wilder.
Cuban heavyweight Luis Ortiz vs Romanian Razvan Cojanu
Saturday 28, July 2018 | Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 10 | Promoter: Tom Brown | Matchmaker: John Beninati, Tom Brown
Doctor: Paul Wallace, Robert Ruelaz, Rhonda Rand, Tony Hicks | Inspector: Mark Relyea
Television: USA Showtime, Panama RPC Channel 4
Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Ringstar Sports and TGB Promotions, begin at $50, plus applicable fees, and are on sale now. To purchase tickets, visit AXS.com.
Ortiz (28-1, 24 KOs), 39, a Cuba native fighting out of Miami, Florida, will step back into the ring to take on Cojanu for what he hopes is the first step back to another title opportunity. Cojanu (16-3, 9 KOs), 31, a native of Romania fighting out of Burbank, California, made it to the semifinals of the 2015 ESPN Boxcino heavyweight tournament but got knocked out by Donovan Dennis in the second round. Cojanu won his next three fights and then got a shot at then-world titleholder Joseph Parker.
Main card – Mikey Garcia (38-0) vs. Robert Easter Jr. (21-0); WBC/IBF Lightweight Titles
Under Card Fights:
- Fabian Andres Maidana vs Andrey Klimov welterweight fight
- Mario Barrios vs Jose Roman super lightweight fight
- Roberto Marroquin vs Rey Perez
- Neri Ariel Cruz Romero vs Jesus Aguinaga lightweight fight.
- Brandon Glanton vs Daniel Najera
- Karlos Balderas vs Giovanni Caro
- Luis Coria vs Guadalupe Arroyo
- Jerry Perez vs Aaron Jamel Hollis
- Jose Balderas vs Jose Alfredo Flores Chanez
- Wesley Joel Diana vs Evincii Dixon
- Lina Licona vs Judit Hachbold
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