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    How to watch Lomachenko vs Kambosos Jr. PPV? Price, Fight Cards, Where to watch the ppv fight

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    Lomachenko vs Kambosos for the vacant IBF lightweight title this Sunday in Australia. The vacant IBF lightweight world title is up for grabs as Devin Haney has upgraded to 140 pounds. After going undefeated at 135 pounds, Devin Haney has upped the weight. This weekend in Perth, Lomachenko and Kambosos, both of whom have previously been defeated by Haney, will face off for the world titles. 

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    Everything you should know before Lomachenko vs. Kambosos is here.

    Lomachenko vs Kambosos fight info.

    Date: Saturday, May 11
    Time: 10 pm ET
    Main event ringwalks (approx): 12 am ET (Sunday)
    Venue: RAC Arena
    Location: Perth, Australia
    Network: ESPN+ (USA), Sky Sports (UK)
    Livestream: Anywhere

    When Vasiliy Lomachenko travels to Australia to fight Australian George Kambosos Jr. for the vacant IBF lightweight title, he will be entering an unfriendly territory. However, Both men have a great chance to make a statement about the boxing schedule this weekend and put some gold around their waists. 

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    It’s a chance for Lomachenko to win a world championship for the first time since 2020. There isn’t much time left for the 36-year-old to add additional titles to his record, so this is his best opportunity to win a championship again. Also, it’s a chance for Kambosos to reclaim the IBF title that he lost to Devin Haney in 2022 and secure a memorable victory in front of his nation.

    The Lomachenko vs Kambosos ringwalks are set to begin at 10 pm ET. The length of the bouts on the undercard could affect anything at all times. The fight will take place at the RAC Arena in Perth, Australia. In the US, ESPN+ will broadcast the fight; in the UK, Sky Sports will do the same. 

    How to watch Lomachenko vs Kambosos?

    In the UK, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action will both air the bout. In the UK, coverage starts on Sunday at 3 a.m. BST. ESPN+ will air the bout in the United States. In the US, coverage starts on Saturday at 10 p.m. ET.

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    FitePass will stream the bout live to all countries including USA, Canada, UK, and Australia. For a one-time, you may watch the live boxing match between Vasiliy Lomachenko and George Kambosos from anywhere without the need for cable, Try Fitepass for full fight access.

    Lomachenko vs Kambosos fight preview

    In addition to fighting for another world title on Saturday, Lomachenko (17-3) hopes to demonstrate to himself and boxing fans that he still ranks among the best in the business. He was anxious to disprove the notion that he had reached the end of his career after losing against Teofimo Lopez.

    After the shocking defeat, he went on to win three straight fights, but the battle with Devin Haney left him with a bad taste. Not because he is unhappy with his performance, but because he still feels the judges made a mistake in the decision, which many others have also expressed. He is resolved to dispel any doubts, especially on Saturday when he is in the opponent’s nation of origin. 

    In addition to having the chance to become the world champion once again, Kambosos (21-2) would also be able to demonstrate that his upset with Lopez wasn’t an anomaly if he prevails on Saturday. Furthermore, he has often stated to the media in recent weeks that victory would solidify his status as one of the best Australian boxers of all time. 

    Kambosos has expressed interest in becoming a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame, an honor he feels will become more likely if he wins a title once more, along with five of his fellow countrymen. 

    Vasiliy Lomachenko’s record and bio

    Nationality: Ukrainian
    Date of birth: February 17, 1988
    Height: 5′ 7″
    Reach: 65.5″
    Total fights: 20
    Record: 17-3 (11 KOs) 

    George Kambosos Jr. record and bio

    Nationality: Australian
    Date of birth: June 14, 1993
    Height: 5′ 9″
    Reach: 68″
    Total fights: 23
    Record: 21-2 (10 KOs)

    Lomachenko vs Kambosos fight card

    • Vasiliy Lomachenko vs George Kambosos Jr. – for the vacant IBF lightweight title
    • Nina Hughes vs Cherneka Johnson – for Hughes’ WBA women’s bantamweight title
    • Andrew Moloney vs Pedro Guevara – for the vacant WBC interim junior bantamweight title
    • Imam Khataev vs Ricards Bolotniks – light heavyweight
    • Lucas Browne vs Hemi Ahio – heavyweight
    • Joe Goodall vs Djanago Opelu – heavyweight

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