BOXING kicks off 2021 with a bang as Ryan Garcia readies himself for a fight with Luke Campbell.
Garcia, who's relatively untested as a fighter in the lightweight division, will take on two-time world title challenger and Olympic gold-medallist Campbell in a WBC lightweight title eliminator.
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Fans of the sport are in eagerly anticipating the match-up, which puts the winner right into a world title picture next year.
Garcia and Campbell signed the deal to fight earlier this year, with Golden Boy Promotions to promote the event in the U.S.
When is Ryan Garcia vs Luke Campbell?
- Garcia's huge clash with Campbell was supposed to take place on December 5 in California.
- However, Campbell tested positive for coronavirus, putting the fight back until January 2, 2021.
What channel is Garcia vs Campbell and can it be live streamed?
- It's expected that Garcia vs Campbell will be shown live on DAZN UK, which launches on December 18 with Gennady Golovkin vs Kamil Szeremeta.
- Garcia's promoters Golden Boy, and Campbell's Matchroom, are both tied into deals with DAZN in the U.S. and will likely now see shows from across the pond broadcasted on the streaming platform in the UK.
- The fight will take place in the Texas at the American Airlines Center.
- Garcia vs Campbell will be available for streaming on the DAZN app, which you can subscribe to for just £1.99 per month, by clicking HERE.
- The DAZN app can be downloaded onto a mobile, tablet device or onto a smart TV.
What time does Garcia vs Campbell start?
- We can expect an earlier start time for fans hoping to watch in the UK.
- Garcia's huge clash with Campbell will likely get underway from midnight UK time on January 2.
Garcia vs Campbell undercard
While a full card has yet to be announced, it's expected to be littered with Golden Boy prospects.
Rene Alvarado was due to defend his title against Roger Gutierrez on the card when it was scheduled for December 5, and could fight on January 2.
Exciting welterweight Blair Cobbs is also likely to be on the undercard.
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