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Where to watch Vasiliy Lomachenko vs Luke Campbell boxing live in Australia

Posted: 31 August 2019 11:52 am

Lomachenko vs Campbell Live

The WBA and WBO belts, as well as the vacant WBC title, are at stake.

If you love your boxing, you have a lot to look forward to this weekend. Vasiliy Lomachenko will fight Luke Campbell, with three belts on the line. The clash is scheduled for 1 September (AEST) and will take place at the O2 Arena in London.

Besides the headline match, the undercard also delivers the goods, with a Hughie Fury vs Alexander Povetkin bout that is shaping up to be quite the explosive affair. There is only one place you can watch it too: Kayo Sports.

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Who will win Lomachenko vs Campbell?

Lomachenko is the odds-on favourite to prevail. The Ukrainian is currently regarded as the world's best pound-for-pound boxer and enjoyed a spectacular rise over the course of his successful career. In London, his aim is to unify all of the belts in the lightweight division. He will be defending his two WBA and WBO belts, as well as battle Campbell for the vacant WBC title.

But Lomachenko has a strong opponent in Campbell. The Brit is an excellent fighter and will likely be in tip-top shape for the Sunday clash. As to whether he'll be able to upset the odds, we're not excluding any possibility. It wouldn't be the first time the underdog made waves in the world of boxing.

What is the Lomachenko vs Campbell full card?

Besides the highly-anticipated headline match, fans will be able to warm up with some world-class fights, including the encounter between Fury vs Povetkin. Here's the full undercard:

  • Vasiliy Lomachenko vs Luke Campbell (Main Event)
  • Charlie Edwards vs Julio Cesar Martinez
  • Hughie Fury vs Alexander Povetkin
  • Joe Cordina vs Gavin Gwynne
  • Joshua Buatsi vs Ryan Ford
  • James Tennyson vs Atif Shafiq
  • Savannah Marshall vs TBA
  • Martin Joseph Ward vs TBA
  • Dalton Smith vs Daryl Pearce
  • Connor Coghill vs Dean Jones

When does the Lomachenko vs Campbell boxing bout start?

In Australia, the fight between Lomachenko and Campbell will be broadcast exclusively by ESPN. Boxing fans keen to watch the action live need to tune in Sunday, 1 September, from 3am AEST. The Main Event should not begin until a more reasonable time, closer to breakfast.

Luckily, you can easily access ESPN either via pay TV or online in Australia. Here is everything you need to know to make sure you will be able to watch the big fight live stream or on demand.


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Live stream Lomachenko vs Campbell with Kayo Sports

Kayo Sports offers coverage of over 50 sports from all over the world, including content exclusive to ESPN in Australia. In other words, you can live stream Lomachenko vs Campbell in just a few easy clicks.

A Basic subscription to Kayo Sports costs $25 a month and lets you watch on two screens at the same time, while a Premium subscription supports three simultaneous streams for $35 a month. Either way, new subscribers get a 14-day free trial, which means that now's the perfect time to give the platform a spin.

Besides all the live and on-demand content available, Kayo Sports users also enjoy a variety of features meant to make sports streaming a breeze. Subscribers can take advantage of the SplitView feature to watch up to four videos at once on the same screen. Or activate the No Spoilers setting to keep scores hidden when they're running late. You also get access to Kayo Minis, which are condensed versions of key match-ups, delivering all the highlights in 20 minutes or less.

Additionally, Interactive Stats opens up an entire world of statistics and figures, while Key Moments enables you to go right to the action that matters for selected games. We're big fans of the Netflix-style interface and the way it showcases all the sports on offer too.

Kayo Sports is available via the web to PC and Mac, or you can download the app for your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. Users can also watch on the big screen, as the service is compatible with Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Chromecast. You can read our in-depth Kayo Sports review to find out more about the service.

Can you watch Lomachenko vs Campbell on Foxtel IQ or Foxtel Now?

Usually, the broadcast of ESPN content on Foxtel and Kayo Sports is the same. However, as Foxtel only has the two ESPN sport channels, it is somewhat restricted. If the two ESPN channels are already showing other content – in this case, the US Open tennis – then Foxtel can't show anything else. Kayo Sports differs in that it is not bound by channels, but instead showcases sports as individual hubs of content. Kayo can show the tennis, the boxing and other ESPN content – like NBA, baseball, X Games and more – at the same time as it's all on demand.

How to watch a Lomachenko vs Campbell boxing replay

Not everyone is up to the task of staying up all night to watch the boxing main card live. If that's the case for you then you can enjoy a replay via Kayo Sports. The replay will be available on demand on the platform shortly after the live coverage concludes.

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