Davis vs Romero live stream: how to watch the boxing online and on TV from anywhere – full fight, time, PPV

Gervonta Davis and Rolando Romero face-off
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Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis returns to the ring this evening as he puts his WBA lightweight title on the line against Rolando Romero in New York. Davis remains unbeaten after 26 professional fights to date and has held multiple world crowns across three weight classes. Read on for how to watch a Davis vs Romero live stream of the full fight from anywhere, online and on TV today.

The Davis vs Romero lives stream is available on Showtime for pricey $74.99 PPV but it's just $12.99 on Fite.TV in the UK. Away from home in the UK at the moment? Make sure you know how to access your full fight PPV and watch the Davis vs Romero live stream from abroad on Fite.TV for just $12.99.

Davis vs Romero live stream

Date: Saturday, May 28 

Venue: The Barclays Center, New York

Davis vs Romero ring walk time (estimated): 11pm ET / 8pm PT / 4am BST / 1pm AEST

Free stream: Kayo Sports 14-day FREE trial (AUS)

Live stream: Showtime PPV  (US/ FiteTV in UK

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The Tank last rolled into the ring against Isaac Cruz back in December, winning on points in what was an evenly matched affair. Davis had originally been lined up to fight Romero for that last fight, only for his planned opponent being pulled out amid allegations of sexual assault.

With those accusations closed without charges being filed, ‘Rolly’ Romero has now been given the opportunity to battle for the belt.

While very much the underdog, the challenger, like the defending champ boasts an undefeated record, claiming 14 straight wins and having downed Anthony Yigit in his last bout.

The main card begins at 9pm ET / 6pm PT / 2am BST with the Davis and Romero expected in the ring two hours later. Follow our guide below to watch a Davis vs Romero live stream online from anywhere.

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Watch a Davis vs Romero live stream for $12.99


Boxing fans in the UK will be able to watch a Davis vs Romero live stream using Fite TV. It's a PPV affair but, at around $12.99, it's not too steep.

You can stream Fite either within your browser or through the iOS and Android apps. Head here to sign up.

The fighters are expected to make their ring walks at around 4am GMT in the early hours of Sunday morning, with Fite's coverage getting underway at 3am. 

That's a brutal time, so you may be glad to hear there's unlimited reruns available with this PPV purchase. 

Not in the UK? Then you'll need a VPN to watch this live stream as if you were back at home.

How to watch Davis vs Romero if you’re away from your country 

We’ve recommended Fite.TV as the best place for UK viewers to live stream Davis vs Romero, but you might run into a problem trying to access it if you’re outside of the UK – this is because of geo-blocking.

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Using a VPN is as easy as one-two-three:

1. Download and install a VPN: as we say, our top choice is ExpressVPN

2. Connect to the appropriate server location: open the VPN app, hit 'choose location' and select the appropriate location, eg: 'UK' for Fite.TV.

3. Go to the broadcaster's stream: head to your home broadcaster’s site or app and watch as if you were at home – Fite.TV for UK citizens abroad.

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How to watch a FREE Davis vs Romero live stream


US folk looking for a Davis vs Romero live stream will need shell out $74.99 on the pay-per-view event on Showtime (possibly through Sling TV).

You can watch on a selection of devices including iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV (4th Gen+), Roku, Xbox One, as well as simply on your computer browser.

Gervonta Davis and Rolando Romero are expected to make their ring walks no earlier than 11pm ET / 8pm PT, but coverage of the event begins at 9pm ET/6pm PT.

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Watch a Davis vs Romero live stream in Australia


Boxing fans Down Under can watch the Davis vs Romero live stream as part of their regular Kayo Sports subscription. The fight is expected to begin at a 1pm with the main card at 11am.

If you don't have Kayo Sports already, then the good news is that there's a Kayo Sports 14-day FREE trial, meaning that you can watch Davis vs Romero for free.

Kayo Sports has no lock-in contracts and starts from $25 a month. You get  access to over 50 other sports including the NRL, soccer, F1, NFL... the list goes on! 

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Davis vs Romero: main card

  • Erislandy Lara vs Gary “Spike” O’Sullivan, middleweight 
  • Jesus Ramos vs Luke Santamaria, junior middleweight 
  • Eduardo Ramirez vs Luis Melendez, junior lightweight

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