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How to watch Shakur Stevenson vs. Jeremiah Nakathila via live online stream

We go over how to watch Saturday’s WBO junior lightweight title fight between Shakur Stevenson and Jeremiah Nakathila online via live stream.

Namibian boxer Jeremiah ‘Lowkey’ Nakathila posed at an event in Windhoek on May 10, 2021. Nakathila will fight American Shakur Stevenson for the World Boxing Organization interim junior lightweight title in Las Vegas on June 12. (Photo by Tirivangani Masawi/Xinhua via Getty Images) Xinhua/Tirivangani Masawi via Getty Images

The junior lightweight division is slowly looking for a unified champion, and the process potentially takes a step forward on Saturday, June 10. No. 1 contender Shakur Stevenson and No. 2 contender Jeremiah Nakathila meet up in Las Vegas at Virgin Hotels for the WBO’s interim title. Coverage for the main card is set to start at 10 p.m. ET, with the TV broadcast on ESPN. Ring walks for Stevenson and Nakathila are expected to start sometime around midnight.

Stevenson is a heavy favorite, installed by DraftKings Sportsbook at -10000 to win the fight. If he wins, he’ll likely face the winner of the inevitable title unification bout between Jamel Herring and Óscar Valdez. If Stevenson loses, we’ll see a little more chaos with Nakathila a bit of a wild card.

If you are not around a TV to watch the ESPN card, tou can also live stream the Stevenson vs. Nakathila fight on ESPN+. To do so, you’ll need a monthly or annual subscription to ESPN+. A monthly subscription is $5.99, while an annual subscription is $59.99. With an ESPN+ subscription, you can watch the fight on your computer, phone, smart TV, Apple TV, Fire Stick, Xbox and PS4, all via the ESPN app.