Not since Pernell Whittaker in 1990 has there been an undisputed world lightweight champion – and never in the four-belt era – so George Kambosos Jr (20-0, 10 KOs) and Devin Haney (27-0, 15 KOs) are looking to make history tonight. Ring walks are expected at approximately 11pm ET / 4am BST (Sunday morning). The fight is a PPV in Australia but available on standard cable and satellite channels in the US and UK including a free streaming option. Make sure you know how to get a Kambosos Jr vs Haney live stream from wherever you are. Let's get ready to rumble!
Date: Saturday 4th June 2022
Venue: Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Start time: 10am AEST (Sun) / 8pm ET / 1am BST (Sun)
Ring walks: 2pm AEST (Sun) / 11pm ET / 4am BST (Sun)
FREE US stream: Hulu Live (7-day free trial) / ESPN cable
Watch anywhere: Try ExpressVPN (opens in new tab)
Aus stream: Kayo (opens in new tab) (AU$59.95 pay-per-view)
He couldn't again, could he? Last November, George Kambosos Jr pulled off arguably the upset of 2021. The 6-1 underdog beat Teofimo Lopez – conqueror of the great Vasiliy Lomachenko in his previous fight – via split decision at Madison Square Garden in New York to win the WBA (Super), IBF, IBO and Ring magazine lightweight world titles.
Lopez's battered and bruised face told the story of the fight far better than one of the three judges who somehow scored the fight for the well-beaten American. The 28-year-old Kambosos Jr dropped Lopez in the opening round and, though he had to come off the canvas himself in the 10th, the unheralded Australian's front-foot pressure kept Lopez at bay for much of that fight-of-the-year contender.
Devin Haney, meanwhile, retained his WBC strap with a wide points victory last time out against Jojo Diaz, a matter of days after Kambosos Jr stunned the world against Lopez. Nicknamed The Dream, Haney has long been tipped for greatest. His lightning hand speed and slick movement came to the fore in beating three-time world champion Jorge Linares two fights ago via unanimous decision for the best scalp on his record.
Haney has the reach and skill advantage, but if Kambosos Jr can box on the inside to the same effect as he managed against Lopez, he'll look to test his 23-year-old opponent's chin, and heart, in his home country. The winner will be the first undisputed world lightweight world title since 1990, with a rematch likely, given Lomachenko is currently tied up fighting for his country's survival after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The fight takes place over 12 rounds in the lightweight division at The Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, Australia. Boxing fans will be treated to a packed card featuring local hero Jason Moloney against Aston Palicte over 10 rounds for the vacant WBO International bantamweight title and 43-year-old big-hitting Lucas Browne, another Aussie, taking on Junior Fa for the WBA Oceania and IBF International heavyweight titles.
The big fight (Sunday in Australia) is a AU$59.99 pay-per-view in Oz. US viewers can stream the action free with a 7-day trial of Hulu Live or watch on ESPN. In the UK, Sky Sports will be showing the fight, with subscription and PAYG options through Sky and Now. Make sure you know how to watch a Kambosos Jr v Haney live stream from where you are.
Watch a Kambosos Jr vs Haney free live stream
Kambosos Jr vs Haney is available in the States on the ESPN cable channel, but you can watch a free live stream of the fight through cable-cutting service Hulu Live thanks to the 7-day free trial of Hulu Live.
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Watch Kambosos Jr vs Haney live stream in UK
Boxing fans in the UK will be able to watch Kambosos Jr vs Haney on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action in HD. Take a look at the best Sky TV deals if you're interested in signing up and watching this fight and many more in top quality.
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Aus: Watch Kambosos Jr vs Haney live stream
In Australia, Kambosos Jr vs Haney is a Foxtel and Kayo Sports Main Event pay-per-view
The PPV costs AU$59.95 (opens in new tab) and includes a number of re-runs, should you miss the big fight. Ring walks will be at approximately 2pm AEST on Sunday afternoon.
Don't forget: boxing fans in the US can stream the action live free with a FuboTV (opens in new tab) 7-day free trial.
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Kambosos Jr vs Haney full card
George Kambosos Jr. vs. Devin Haney – WBO, WBA (Super), WBC, IBF and Ring Magazine lightweight world title
Jason Maloney vs Aston Palicte – vacant WBO International bantamweight title
Junior Fa vs Lucas Browne – WBA Oceania and IBF International heavyweight titles
Hemi Ahio vs Christian Ndzie – heavyweight
David Nyika vs Karim Maatalla – cruiserweight (swing bout)
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