How to watch Kambosos Jr vs Hughes LIVE in Canada

Watch Kambosos vs Hughes in Canada

Tonight, George Kambosos Jr. returns to competition when he squares off against Maxi Hughes of Great Britain. Hughes will face his hardest challenge to date in this contest as he travels to the United States and attempts to maintain his recent winning streak.

Following two defeats to undisputed lightweight champion Devin Haney, Kambosos has an opportunity to turn things around.

Here’s the information inclusing live stream and fight card for ESPN Main Card fight between Kambosos Jr. vs Hughes, Click here to watch the full PPV fight only at $9.99, no cable or VPN required. Get access the huge fight from the USA, UK, Canada, New Zealand thro FitePass.

How to watch George Kambosos Jr vs Maxi Hughes in Canada

  • Date: Saturday, July 22
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET / 1 a.m. BST
  • Main event ringwalks (approx): 11 p.m. ET / 4 a.m. BST
  • TV Channel: ESPN (USA), SKY Sports (UK and NZ)
  • Live Stream anywhere: Fitepass

The event is set to get underway at 8 p.m. ET / 1 a.m. BST with the main event ringwalks scheduled for 11 p.m. ET / 4 a.m. BST. These timings could change due to the length of the undercard fights.

Kambosos Jr. vs Hughes fight priview

Kambosos won the WBO, WBA, and IBF lightweight titles after defeating Lopez. By pulling off the huge upset, Kambosos unexpectedly rose to a position of power, which he used to force any would-be rivals to compete for his titles in Australia, where he was from.

Initially, it was intended for Kambosos to compete against former unified champion Vasiliy Lomachenko. That failed because Lomachenko chose to stay in Ukraine and support his nation’s defense against the Russian invasion. The uncontested champion was then to be crowned until Haney intervened, risking his WBC title.

Simply said, Haney was better than Kambosos and ruined his night in front of a large crowd at Melbourne’s Docklands Stadium. Kambosos utilized

Main Card (ESPN and ESPN+, 10:00 pm ET)

  • George Kambosos Jr (20-2, 10 KO) vs Maxi Hughes (26-5-2, 5 KO), lightweights, 12 rounds, IBF eliminator
  • Keyshawn Davis (8-0, 6 KO) vs Francesco Patera (28-3, 10 KO), lightweights, 10 rounds

Prelims (ESPN+, 6:10 pm ET)

  • Giovani Santillan (30-0, 16 KO) vs Erick Bone (27-6, 14 KO), welterweights, 10 rounds
  • Jeremiah Milton (9-0, 6 KO) vs Willie Harvey (4-2-2, 3 KO), heavyweights, 8 rounds
  • Troy Isley (9-0, 4 KO) vs Antonio Todd (14-8, 8 KO), middleweights, 8 rounds
  • Amron Sands (12-2, 9 KO) vs Hemi Ahio (20-1, 15 KO), heavyweights, 8 rounds
  • Stephan Shaw (18-1, 13 KO) vs Joe Goodall (9-1-1, 8 KO), heavyweights, 8 rounds


  • Nationality: Australian  
  • Date of birth: June 14, 1993
  • Height: 5′ 9″   
  • Reach: 68″  
  • Total fights: 22  
  • Record: 20-2 (10 KOs)  


  • Nationality: British
  • Date of birth: March 4, 1990  
  • Height: 5′ 7″   
  • Reach: 66.9″  
  • Total fights: 33
  • Record: 26-5-2 (5 KOs)  

Prediction according to CBS

Kambosos looked terrific against Lopez in a fight where he’d beaten Lopez mentally before they ever stepped in the ring. Lopez then fought like a guy who did not respect his opponent’s skills and paid the price. Everything about that fight was Lopez playing into Kambosos’ hands. Haney was not that same situation and Kambosos, for all his skills, does often struggle with fighters who approach bouts in a more tactical way. You have to go back to June 2019 to find a Kambosos win by anything other than a split decision.