Saturday night’s alright for fighting.

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Heads up, boxing fans: this weekend’s title bout between World Boxing Organization titleholder Eleider Alvarez and 32-3-1 Sergey Kovalev happens Saturday, February 2 at 12 midnight, Eastern time. You can watch the fight for free if you sign up for an ESPN+ trial right now and cancel before the 7-day trial period is up.

If you want to fill your entire Saturday night with pugilism, there’s also a UFC Fight Night happening, beginning at 8 pm Eastern time. You get the main event and all the other fights on the main card, too, streaming on ESPN+.

Bottom line: Watch the TRB title fight between Kovalev and Alvarez for free with an ESPN+ trial  if you cancel before February 9.


The ESPN+ boxing undercard begins at 7 pm Eastern time and can be streamed live on the service:

  • Patrick Day vs. Ismail Iliev, junior middleweights
  • Bakhram Murtazaliev vs. Elvin Ayala, junior middleweights
  • Enriko Gogokhia vs. Vitor Jones Freitas, junior welterweights
  • Jason Sanchez vs. Daniel Olea, featherweights
  • Janibek Alimkhanuly vs. Steven Martinez, middleweights

Even if your interest in boxing begins and ends with Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!, there’s still plenty of other content to check out on ESPN+. You get full access to everything during the trial period, so in addition to the Saturday night fights, you can watch every 30 for 30 documentary, ever, as well as check out tons of original programming, watch the UFC title fight from last month pitting Henry Cejudo and TJ Dillashaw against one another in the octagon, and more.

ESPN+ works just like any other streaming service, whether it’s Hulu, Netflix, or any of the other hundreds of ways to watch television online. You can access ESPN+ through your PS4 and Xbox One consoles, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV, as well as streaming in browser or on mobile devices. If you decide to keep it after your trial period ends, it’s $4.99 a month and you get access to MLB, NHL, college football and basketball, tennis, MLS, and more live streaming content.


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