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Gvozdyk vs. Ngumbu: How to watch the fight on ESPN

WBC light heavyweight world titleholder Olexandr Gvozdyk faces contender Doudou Ngumbu in a fight that will air live on ESPN in the United States at 10 p.m. ET Saturday from the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Gvozdyk (16-0, 13 KOs) won the title by defeating Adonis Stevenson by 11-round KO in December. He has won nine of his past 10 fights by stoppage.

Ngumbu (38-8, 14 KOs) is 4-1 in his past five fights, including a majority decision over Yoann Kongolo in May at the Palais des Sports in Toulouse, France.

Where can I watch the Gvozdyk-Ngumbu world title fight?

The Gvozdyk-Ngumbu world title fight on ESPN will begin at 7 p.m. ET Sunday.

The main event includes unbeaten welterweight contender Egidijus Kavaliauskas against Ray Robinson in a 10-round battle. With a victory, Kavaliauskas could position himself for a fight against the winner of the April 20 Terence Crawford-Amir Khan welterweight title bout.

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ESPN boxing commentators Joe Tessitore and Mark Kriegel, along with former world champions Andre Ward and Timothy Bradley Jr. and reporter Bernardo Osuna, will call the fight from ringside. Boxing analyst Max Kellerman will host the studio show.

How do I stream the fights?

The fights will be available to stream on mobile devices using the ESPN App.

The undercard starts at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN+

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The undercard includes:

  • Kudratillo Abdukakhorov vs. Keita Obara, 12 rounds, IBF welterweight eliminator

  • Christian Mbilli vs. Chris Pearson, 10 rounds, middleweights

  • Fredrick Lawson vs. Juan Ruiz, 10 rounds, welterweights

  • Jose Lopez vs. Askhat Ualikhanov, eight rounds, junior welterweights

  • Cassius Chaney vs. Christian Mariscal, six rounds, heavyweights

  • Donald Smith vs. Jose Antonio Martinez, six rounds, featherweights

  • Sonny Conto vs. Omar Acosta, four rounds, heavyweights

  • Josh Ortiz vs. James Thomas, six rounds, junior lightweights

  • Jeremy Adorno vs. Sebastian Baltazar, four rounds, junior featherweights

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