It's all systems go for tonight's Lomachenko vs Nakatani main event. Vasyl Lomachenko returns to the ring today to fight Japanese boxer Masayoshi Nakatani in Las Vegas. Pound-for-pound legend Lomachenko is on the comeback trail having lost to Teofimo Lopez last October, but Nakatani could prove a tough challenge. US fans can stream the big fight live on ESPN+ tonight follow our guide on how to watch a Lomachenko vs Nakatani live stream, from anywhere in the world.
Top Rank promotions has put together another unmissable bill of live boxing this weekend as 33-year-old Ukrainian Lomachenko looks to win back his WBA, WBO and IBF titles.
Lomachenko hasn't fought since the shocking decision loss to Lopez last year, a crushing defeat that saw him give up every belt he owned. The Ukrainian has since undergone shoulder surgery and is now ready to fight again at 135lbs.
Japanese fighter Nakatani is a rock-solid opponent, however, and Lomachenko could find it hard to cope with the two-time Olympic champion's superior speed, skills and footwork.
Tonight's sizzling showdown is on ESPN+ in the US and Sky Sports in the UK. Here's how to find a Lomachenko vs Nakatani live stream from anywhere in the world.
Watch a Lomachenko vs Nakatani live stream on ESPN+
Boxing fans can watch the Lomachenko vs Nakatani live stream via the ESPN+ app or website.
ESPN+ costs just $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. You can also subscribe to ESPN+ in a bundle with Disney+ and Hulu (opens in new tab) (ad-supported) for $13.99 per month.
All of those options are a bargain – but they are geo-restricted to the United States.
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The Lomachenko v Nakatani ringwalks are expected at 11.30pm ET.
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Watch a Lomachenko vs Nakatani live stream anywhere in the world using a VPN
Even if you have subscribed to the relevant Lomachenko vs Nakatani live stream rights holders, you won't be able to access these streaming services when outside your own country. The service will know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block your access.
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Lomachenko vs Nakatani fight card
Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. Masayoshi Nakatani – Lightweight
Rob Brant vs. Janibek Alimkhanuly – Middleweight
Watch a Lomachenko vs Nakatani live stream in the UK
Sky has the rights to show Lomachenko vs Nakatani in the UK. It's available to Sky Sports subscribers or non-Sky customers using the the PAYG Now platform
A one-day Now Sports Pass costs from £9.99 and buys you coverage of the fight as well as everything else on Sky Sports for the duration of the pass.
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