How to watch Brock Jarvis’ American debut online in Australia
Jeff Fenech protégé Brock Jarvis is set to make his US boxing debut on the undercard of the huge Mikey Garcia vs Sandor Martin fight.
Hall of Famer Jeff Fenech believes undefeated Aussie boxer Brock Jarvis is on his way to becoming a world champion and, perhaps, even one of Australia's greatest ever boxers.
The 23-year-old Jarvis is unbeaten after 19 fights and is set to make his American debut on the undercard of the Mickey Garcia vs Sandor Martin fight night in California. Here's how to catch the action.
When is Jarvis vs Rodriguez?
The action takes place in Fresno, California and is set to start at 10:30am AEDT on Sunday 17 October. Jarvis' fight is expected to get underway after 12:30pm AEDT but it's worthwhile tuning in beforehand given earlier fights may not go the distance. On a 10-fight card, Jarvis' stoush will be the fifth last for the night.
How to watch Jarvis vs Rodriguez live in Australia
This fight night is live and exclusive to streaming platform DAZN. There is no free-to-air or Main Event pay-per-view coverage.
Australia was among 200 countries that DAZN expanded into on 1 December last year.
Boxing is DAZN's priority and there is a huge amount of content on the platform, including the weigh-ins and pre-fight interviews for this match-up.
DAZN has a different model to traditional PPV. Rather than having to spend a sizeable one-off amount, with DAZN you simply pay $2.99 per month for complete access.
Garcia vs Martin fight card
- Mikey Garcia vs Sandor Martin
- Marc Castro vs Angel Luna
- Elwin Soto vs Jonathan Gonzalez (WBO world flyweight title)
- Jesse Rodriguez vs Juan Alejandro Burgos
- Brock Jarvis vs Alejandro Frias Rodriguez
- Oscar Alan Perez vs Raymundo Rios Cardiel
- Diego Pacheco vs Lucas de Abreu
- Nikita Ababiy vs Sanny Duversonne
- Khalil Coe vs Aaron Caspter
- Charlie Sheehy vs Luciano Ramos
Who will win Jarvis vs Rodriguez?
Fenech has long predicted great things for Jarvis. Already the Sydneysider has won titles at Bantamweight, Super-Bantamweight, Featherweight and Super-Featherweight and shown a talent for knocking out opponents.
This won't be the biggest fight of his career, but it's an important step in his progression and Fenech has his boxer ready.
At 23, Jarvis has the world at his feet. We think this will be another great step towards greatness. Watch for a knockout.
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