Everything you need to know about how to live stream Liam Smith’s Las Vegas fight against Jaime Munguia or tune in on TV for the BT Sport Fight Night.
Liam Smith looks to win back the WBO super-welterweight title in Las Vegas and BT Sport is the only place to live stream or watch the Fight Night TV coverage.
LIAM WILLIAMS BELIEVES his fellow super welterweight Liam Smith is in for a tough night against the Mexican banger Jaime Munguia in Las Vegas this weekend, but suspects his old adversary has got what it takes to repel the fire of the 21-year-old and take the fight to the wire.
Munguia stepped in to replace mandatory challenger Smith back in May when Sadam Ali – who defeated Miguel Cotto in his final fight – held the WBO world super welterweight title.
Munguia caused something of an upset by flooring Ali four times on his way to a fourth round stoppage and the former WBC Latino champion must now fulfil the mandatory obligation against Smith.
‘Beefy’ faces unbeaten Mexican Jaime Munguia for the title he lost to Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez in September 2016, with coverage starting on BT Sport 1 HD from 1.45am on Sunday 21 July.
The BT Sport app and BTSport.com will also be showing a live stream of the bout and if you’re not yet a BT Sport subscriber, the good news is that it could hardly be easier to join us.
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