Toronto is going to be the home to tonight's big fight where home country light-heavyweight hero Adonis Stevenson takes on Swedish Badou Jack.
Adonis 'Superman' Stevenson is set to defend his WBC title against the former super-middleweight titleholder, and below we've got all the details so you can live stream the action online.
What date is it? Fight night is here! Stevenson vs Jack is set for for Saturday May 19 in Canada
What time is it? You can expect the ring walk to begin at 10PM ET / 7PM PT (or early Sunday morning 3AM BST / 7:30AM IST / 6AM GST / 10AM SGT)
Where is it? Toronto, Canada at the Air Canada Centre
Stevenson may sound great on paper with his one loss in 30 fights, but Badou isn't far off that either at 25 fights with only two losses and a draw. Tonight should be a compelling match for the light-heavyweight title.
You're going to want to watch this one in real time as it's one of the most anticipated fights of the year so far. That's why we've put together this guide so you can find the easiest way to watch it tonight. Not all boxing is available in every country though so you may find you'll have to use a VPN to stream the fight, which you'll find out all about that below.
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Below we've listed all of the best places to live stream the Stevenson vs Jack fight in the US, UK and down under. But if there is no official broadcast option in your country, you'll need to use a VPN to dial in to a country that does have one. A VPN is perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in a completely different location. We've tested hundreds of VPNs and can recommend these as the best three VPNs (opens in new tab) currently available:
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How to watch Stevenson vs Jack: US stream
Showtime is home to the fight in the US (opens in new tab)
If you've got a Showtime subscription in the US, this is the best way for you to watch the Stevenson vs Jack fight (opens in new tab). It won't cost you any extra and you'll find it in all the normal places you watch Showtime.
If you don't subscribe already, there's a seven day free trial but you'll need a US registered payment card to be able to use that. After the seven days it'll cost $10.99 a month, so be sure to cancel it if you don't want to keep it going.
Showtime has a variety of different streaming providers including an app for Android and iOS, but if you're travelling you may want to use a VPN (opens in new tab) to ensure you're able to stream it from anywhere.
How to watch Stevenson vs Jack fight in the UK
It's on the Sky Main Event and Sky Sports Action channels if you already subscribe, plus you'll be able to live stream that directly from the SkyGo app or on your computer too.
If you don't have Sky Sports normally, there is a way to watch it in the UK. NOW TV offers a Sky Sports Day Pass (opens in new tab), which if you buy for £7.99 will give you access to both of the above channels. Be sure to make the most of that Day Pass and watch as much sport as you can in 24 hours.
That pass will work on select smart TV devices, PC, Mac, iPad as well as iPhone and Android devices with the respective apps too. Plus if you're out of the UK and need a stream we can recommend a VPN (opens in new tab) to change your IP location.
How to watch Stevenson vs Jack: Australia stream
It's not being shown in Australia - use a VPN
There's no word on a live stream or TV provider for the Stevenson vs Jack if you live in Australia.
Instead you may have to use one of the livestream options above and combine it with a VPN (opens in new tab) to be able to watch the fight live.
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