Wilder vs. Stiverne Fight Live, How to Watch Deontay Wilder vs. Bermane Stiverne live show time boxing, Odds, What TV Channel, Live Update, Full Fight Card, Fight Time and more info.
Wilder vs. Stiverne Fight Info
When: Saturday, Nov. 4 at 9 p.m. ET
Where: Barclays Center in New York City
TV: Showtime (U.S.), Sky Sports Main Event (UK)
Live Stream: ShowtimeAnytime
Deontay Wilder vs. Bermane Stiverne: Fight Time, Date, Live Stream and TV Info. The undefeated Deontay Wilder (38-0, 37 KOs) returns from a nine-month layoff on Saturday night when he defends the WBC heavyweight title against Bermane Stiverne (25-2-1) from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Wilder last fought in February defeating Gerald Washington by fifth-round knockout. He was originally scheduled to face Luis Ortiz but at the end of September, Ortiz failed a drug test and got pulled from the fight. Stiverne, who had been set to fight Dominic Breazeale on the undercard received the call to face Wilder.
Wilder won that bout by a wide margin on the cards and has successfully defended the title five times since. Stiverne has fought just once since that bout, and is back in the ring after a two-year absence.
Wilder was originally set to fight Luis Ortiz, but the Cuban boxer was removed from the card after testing positive for two banned substances found in blood pressure medication
Mairis Briedis vs. Mike Perez Live Fight Card: How to Watch Briedis vs Perez Fight: live Stream, Odds, Live Update Fight Time and more info.
Where: Riga Arena, Latvia
When: Saturday 30th September, 2017 from 10PM UK time
This Saturday is fight #3 in the World Boxing Super Series Cruiserweight (200 lb.) tournament as Mairis Briedis (22-0; 18 KO) faces Mike Perez (22-2-1; 14 KO). The fight is for Briedis’s WBC title, and the winner will move on to the semifinals to face WBO champ Oleksandr Usyk. Briedis vs. Perez takes place this Saturday, September 30 in Latvia with a fight time of 3:15 p.m. ET. Visit worldboxingsuperseries for viewing options.
The undefeated Briedis has been quietly building up a strong resume in Europe since his 2009 debut. He had a good win in 2015 over Manuel Charr, but his real breakout win came this April, when he defeated Marco Huck to claim the WBC title. This is his first defense of that belt. Ring Magazine has him at #4 in the division, and it’s easy to see why – he’s consistently been stepping up and getting tested, and he’s consistently passed those tests. Briedis is not as big a name, so easy to overlook in this tournament, but that would be a mistake.
Perez may have misjudged the weight when stripping down to the 200 lb. cruiserweight limit, considering he came in almost 3 pounds under the weight limit for the division. Perez has already trimmed down from 240 lbs. for his fight at heavyweight against Alexander Povetkin on May 22, 2015. Perez generally weighed between 230 and 240 for his fights in the heavyweight division. Perez took a lot of weight off to get down to 200 to compete in the WBSS cruiserweight tournament. You have to worry whether Perez, 31, may have sacrificed too much weight in getting down to the 200-lb. limit.