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Ward vs Kovalev 2 Andre Ward (31-0, 15 KOs), current WBC-IBF-WBO lightweight champion, two of the world’s two best boxers defending his belt against him, Russia’s Sergey Kovalev (30-1-1, 26 KOs ). Ward stayed on Round 2 of their November 2016 encounter and ultimately decided with a controversial unanimous vote.

There were anticipations for these two competitors to meet again, and it was only ordered. Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor or Canelo Alvarez. It will not be a blockbuster event like Gennady Golovkin but it is one of the best games of the year and hope is as good as a rematch even though it is not better than first encounter. Slightly heavy sovereignty is at stake and Kovalev wants to return Oakland’s Ward as the first loss of his career.

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Ward vs Kovalev 2

Ward vs Kovalev 2

Ward vs Kovalev 2


Ward vs Kovalev 2 The Bloody Elbow will be here at the Mandalay Bay Activity Center in Las Vegas, Nevada to provide comprehensive information on the show. Here are details like how to watch this night on the card.

Fight Time: HBO PPV broadcasts will start at 9 am Front card coverage begins on Youtube at 7 PM ET / 4 PM PT. The main event is expected to start at 11 am.

TV Network: HBO PPV (Cost: US $ 54.99 SD / 64,99 HD) in the United States and Canada, Sky Sports in the UK 1.

PPV Struggle Card: Andre Ward vs. Sergey Kovalev (lightweight balls, 12 rounds); Guillermo Rigondeaux and Moises Flores (super tightening weights, 12 laps); Arif Magomedov vs. Luis Arias (moderate, 10 rounds); Dmitry Bivol – Cedric Agnew (light heavy boxing, 10 rounds)

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Live flow: You can watch a two-hour preliminary flow on a Bloody Elbow. Sky Sports subscribers can watch Sky Sports 1 online by going to this link. There is no (legal) option for online streaming of PPV broadcasts in North America.

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Ward vs Kovalev: 2017 How to watch Online

In Ward vs Kovalev November last year, Andre Ward became the professional 31-0-0 with Sergey Kovalev winning the WBA, IBF and WBO light heavyweight championships. It seems to be defeated in a rematch against Kovalev this Saturday night to defend championship titles.

Ward is a favorite -160 bet to win at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas in sports books watched by OddsShark.com. Kovalev would pay +130 when he was upset.

The proof of a really great fight is the legitimate argument of who actually won. Both boxing experts and fans are divided by their thoughts on who won the first game between these two lightweight points.

Ward vs Kovalev

Ward vs Kovalev

Date: June 17, 2017
Location: Mandalay Bay Events Center, NV

It was a momentary classic shouted out for a rematch, because most of the tours were struggling to find a neutral party. The last three judges said that Ward unanimously decided in the thinnest fashion and threw the first fight at 114th Kovalev 113th.

Kovalev will have the chance to get revenge on Saturday for the first loss of his career. Kovalev struggled well enough to win in the previous match but when the fight went to the karel, the fate was left behind.

The Russian professional was 30-1-1 and collected 30 of the 26 wins in a row. In the second round of the last battle, Ward pushed hard to the right, and Ward was second in his career.

The key to the first battle of the Ward triumph came down to the dungeon. According to CompuBox statistics, Kovalev scored 337 points in Ward at 474 points, but only 26.6% of those punches. Ward tied to 34.4% of his punches.

If the first fight between these two light weight points was any indication, this Saturday’s fight must be a must-see TV.

Other encounters leading to the main encounter include Dmitry Bivol (-30000 boxing) vs. Cedric Agnew (+1100) and Guillermo Rigondeaux (-650). Moises Flores (+425) is available. At the age of 26, Bivol is a strong player in lightweight class and has a career record of 10-0-0.

Ward vs. Kovalev betting odds

Dmitry Bivol -3000 with Cedric Agnew + 1100

Guillermo Rigondeaux -650 vs Moises Flores +425

Andre Ward -160 vs. Sergey Kovalev +130

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