After years of bitter rivalry and months of preparation, the two super-middleweights are finally about to meet in the boxing ring. The former sparring partners' relationship turned sour when insults got personal, and they've been at each other's throats ever since. Now it's time to take that into the ring and we'll tell you how to get a DeGale vs Eubank live stream regardless of where on Earth you are.
Chris Eubank Jr (27-2, 21 KOs) will be up against former two-time world super-middleweight champion DeGale (25-2-1, 15 KOs).
What date is it? Fight night is here! DeGale vs Eubank Jr is happening today, Saturday, February 23.
What time is it? The ring walk for the main event should be done with the fight starting at 10.00pm GMT. So that's 5.00pm ET / 2.00pm PT.
Where is it? The boxing is taking place at London's O2 Arena - formerly known as the Millennium Dome.
At 33 years old, DeGale has admitted that the outcome of this fight could determine if he continues his boxing career or retires completely. After giving up his IBF title last summer to chase big fights like this one, this is the decider. While Eubank Jr lost badly to George Groves last February, after an eight fight winning streak, and will be out in the ring looking to prove a point.
To make sure you don't miss this grudge match, we've got information about your viewing options below together. Getting a DeGale vs Eubank live stream is even FREE in some regions and all perfectly legally.
Live stream DeGale vs Eubank Jr from outside your country
If you've been looking forward to this fight and already know where to watch, your plans may be scuppered if you're out of the country when you go to watch. That's because broadcasters geo-block their coverage if you try to watch from abroad.
But there's a clever workaround for this, which is perfectly legal (assuming the broadcaster's Ts&Cs allow it) and it involves using a piece of software called a VPN.
A Virtual Private Network allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in a completely different location - in this case, back in your home country. And our best rated option ExpressVPN is ideal for this, as it's available on a whole host of Smart TVs, Fire TV Stick, PC, Mac, iPhone, Android phone, iPads, tablets and more. In fact, so do all of our top 3 best VPN service picks:
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How watch the DeGale vs Eubank Jr fight in the UK
You may not have heard of it yet, but ITV Box Office has nabbed the title of official UK broadcaster for the fight. It's priced at £19.95 to purchase. The main event should kick-off at 10.00pm-ish.
ITV Box Office coverage can be added to the likes of Sky, Virgin, PS4 and, one of our favourite streaming sites, TVPlayer.
Live stream DeGale vs Eubank Jr in the US for FREE
Subscription service ESPN+ has snagged the coverage of UFC Nashville (and, indeed, all of the UFC Fight Nights). The broadcasting giant's online subscription platform only launched in 2018, but has already made waves by hosting big-ticket tennis, soccer and boxing events.
It costs $4.99 per month - so not huge sums, and less than streaming services like Netflix (and a lot less than cable). That lets you watch online, but also via its mobile app and TV streamer apps on the likes of Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, PS4 and Xbox.
But the best news is that you can grab a seven-day FREE trial. So if you haven't used ESPN+ before, you can sign up for that and get a taster of its UFC Fight Night events without paying a thing.
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