How to watch Devin Haney vs George Kambosos Jr 2 boxing live online
Devin Haney will put his undisputed lightweight title on the line in a huge rematch with George Kambosos Jr.
Devin Haney's victory in June against George Kambosos Jr immediately sparked talk of a rematch and the time for Haney vs Kambosos Jr 2 has finally come.
The undisputed lightweight champion will take on the former unified titleholder in the second instalment of this growing rivalry.
Haney is undefeated while Kambosos Jr's only loss came at the gloves of Haney.
What time is Haney vs Kambosos 2?
This big rematch takes place at Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena on Sunday 16 October.
The first fight on the card is scheduled for 11am AEDT, with Haney vs Kambosos Jr 2 set to have walk-ons at around 1:30pm AEDT depending on how long the previous fights take.
How to watch Haney vs Kambosos 2 live in Australia
This big Aussie boxing event is only available via pay-per-view through Main Event.
Both options will set you back $59.95.
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Stream Haney vs Kambosos Jr 2 on Main Event via Kayo Sports
New, returning or existing Kayo Sports customers can watch directly through Main Event.
If you head to Main Event on Kayo, you can sign up and watch it through your usual Kayo platform.
Once you sign up online for $59.95, you may begin streaming as soon as the event gets underway.
If you're new to Kayo, you'll be granted access to Kayo One until 11:59pm AEDT 20 October 2022.
After that, your access to Kayo's full content library will end, but you will still be able to access Kayo Freebies.
Watch Haney vs Kambosos 2 on Main Event via Foxtel iQ
If you have a Foxtel iQ subscription, this fight costs $59.95 on top of your regular monthly subscription.
Foxtel customers can order the fight directly via their iQ3, iQ4 or iQ5 box, in My Account, in the MyFoxtel app or over the phone.
Ordering with a phone agent incurs an additional $2 booking fee.
Full fight card
- Devin Haney vs George Kambosos Jr (for undisputed lightweight title)
- Jason Moloney vs Nawaphon Kaikanha (final eliminator for WBC bantamweight title)
- Andrew Moloney vs Norbelto Jimenez (for vacant WBO International junior bantamweight title)
- Cherneka Johnson vs Susie Ramadan (for IBF super bantamweight title)
- Hemi Ahio vs Faiga Opelu (heavyweight)
- Lorenzo Simpson vs Marcus Heywood (middleweight)
- Amari Jones vs Tej Pratap Singh (super welterweight)
- John Mannu vs Adrian Sosa (super lightweight)
- David Nyika vs Titi Motusaga (cruiserweight)
Haney vs Kambosos 2 fight preview
Devin Haney, the undisputed lightweight champion, puts all his IBF, WBA (super), WBC and WBO belts on the line this week in a rematch he was contractually obliged to take.
Kambosos Jr and Haney first fought in June this year, where Haney earned a unanimous decision victory to become the first 4-belt lightweight champion.
Haney spoke about his opponent's low-key build-up the second time around.
"George Kambosos is quiet right now like he should have been before our first fight," Haney said when the fight was first announced.
"I'm expecting a hungry and determined Kambosos... I will be prepared for any adjustment he brings.
"This is a great opportunity to gain more Aussie fans and add to my legacy."
We expect he will do just that, defeating the Aussie for the second time in 4 months.
Check out our guide on how to stream boxing live online in Australia.
Image source: Main Event website