Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Watch Anthony Joshua vs Povetkin for FREE on DAZN Today


DAZN will make history today in the U.S. with its first live boxing broadcast, featuring Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin, from Wembley Stadium in London, where more than 80,000 fans are expected to attend. U.S. fans can watch the historic event live and on-demand only on DAZN.

When: Saturday, Sept. 22 @ 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT

Where: Exclusively on DAZN, which is available at $9.99 per month following a one-month free trial – making tonight’s fight a free viewing for all.

In an interview with media on preparing for the fight, Joshua said, “Yeah I’m focused. I’ve come to a stage now where I have a deep world and my hearts big. In sparring, I’ve tested myself time and time again. My coaches wonder what I’m doing in sparring, so sometimes I’ll tell them to hit me because I know how to throw punches. I know how to fight, but the question is what I can take when it comes back.”

“So with Povetkin, I’m completely focused, but also focused on having a good scrap, and don’t mind coming away with a black eye and a cut nose because I want to give a bit to take a bit.” On the outcome of the fight, Joshua said, “Hopefully take him down in round 8!”

“I think right now I’m in one of the best shapes of my career. Although I’m 39 right now, I feel like I’m 25,” said Povetkin regarding his conditioning. “I have Anthony Joshua in my sights and that’s all I’m focused about is this fight.”

“This is very important fight for me and of course this will be one of my last chances to make an impact and I will.”

How to Stream: To sign up for DAZN, go to DAZN is available on virtually all connected devices including Smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, games consoles and PCs.

For more information, fans can follow DAZN’s U.S. social channels: @DAZNUSA on Facebook, @DAZN_USA for Twitter, and DAZN_USA for Instagram.

About DAZN:

Globally, DAZN is a live and on-demand sports streaming service created by fans, for fans, that is leading the charge to provide access to sports anytime, anywhere. DAZN guarantees no long-term contract, no bundles, just one affordable price for access to all the service’s sports on connected devices including Smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, games consoles and PCs. DAZN is currently available in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, Canada, Italy and now the U.S. at just $9.99 per month after a one-month free trial – where it is set to become a must-have service for fight fans, with 80+ fight nights already lined up from Matchroom Boxing, Bellator MMA, World Boxing Super Series and Combate Americas.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Featured 2

By: Sean Crose Can Tyson Fury possibly win a rematch against newly crowned undisputed heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk? Why yes, yes he can. While...

Featured 2

By: Sean Crose “Those days are gone forever,” Steely Dan once claimed, “over a long time ago.” And so we were led to believe...

Featured 2

By: Sean Crose Ryan Garcia, who stunned the world last month by generally beating up lightweight kingpin Devin Haney in a career defining victory...

Featured 2

By: Sean Crose ESPN is reporting that former welterweight titlist Errol Spence is returning to the ring this coming October to face Sebastian Fundora...