Flanagan vs Petrov Fight Live Boxing On Tv Channel

Terry Flanagan vs. Petr Petrov Live Fight: Watch Online Boxing WBO Lightweight world championship, How to Watch  Flanagan vs Petrov Live Update, Odds, TV Schedule, Online TV Channel, Game Time and more info. UK, BoxNation and BT Sport will both broadcast the main card from Manchester starting at 8:30 p.m. in the UK (the undercard starts on BoxNation at 5:30 p.m.)

Terry Flanagan vs Petr Petrov Live  Fight

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Schedule
12 rounds, WBO Lightweight world championship
Terry Flanagan vs. Petr Petrov Live Stream
Saturday, April 8, 2017
At Manchester, England:
Live/Repeat:Live

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The live stream of Saturday’s Championship fight will be available for free to logged-in and logged-out users exclusively on Twitter and connected devices in the United States. Access to the live stream will be available Saturday night at boxing.twitter.com and on @BannerBoxing. Follow at @BannerBoxing to find out the exact timing of the live stream in the coming days.
I am very excited about the opportunity to bring the WBO Lightweight World Championship exclusively to Twitter in the United States on April 8th ,” said Banner Promotions President, Artie Pelullo.  “This is a great opportunity to partner with Twitter on this unique medium, in order to reach a broader fan base and to reach potential new fans of boxing.

aturday’s title bout features the undefeated Flanagan, who will be attempting to make the 5th defense of the title that he won on July 11th, 2015 with a 2nd round stoppage over Jose Zepeda. Flanagan, 27 years-old, has made defenses of former world champion Mzonke Fana as well as his last bout when he stopped Orlando Cruz in eight-rounds on November 26th.

Petrov of Madrid, Spain has a record of 38-4-2 with 19 knockouts, and has won six straight bouts. The 2014 Boxcino Lightweight champion has victories over undefeated Fedor Papazov (14-0), Chris Rudd (13-1), former world champion Gamaliel Diaz, and Marvin Quintero (28-6). In his last bout, he stopped Michael Perez in six rounds on September 30th.Watch Now