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Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Luis Ortiz live stream: How to watch heavyweight bout via live online stream

We go over how to watch the action this Sunday, September 4 as Andy Ruiz Jr. battles Luis Ortiz. Here are all the live stream details you need.

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Andy Ruiz Jr and Luis Ortiz will square off in a heavyweight bout for bragging right this weekend. The fight will take place on Sunday, Sept 4 at the Arena in Los Angeles, Calif. The two brawlers will headline a five fight card that will begin at 9:00 pm ET. Ringwalks for the two fighters will start at approximately midnight ET. The fight will air on TV via FOX Sports PPV and at a live stream via

Ruiz ( 34-2) will enter this weekend’s match, having won his last against Chris Arreola in May 2021. This will be his first fight of the year, so there will be some rust to shake off for the destroyer. He made headlines in 2018 when he defeated Anthony Joshua in the WBO, WBA, IBO, and IBF heavyweight championships. Ruiz lost those in his rematch but has bounced back since then, looking to get another opportunity.

Ortiz (33-2) is entering this one with a two-fight winning streak, looking to get his third. King Kong will fight for the second time this year after defeating Charles Martin on New Year’s Day. The heavyweight has won 28 of his fights via KO but will have his hands full trying to knockout Ruiz. Ortiz hasn’t held a title since 2019, when he lost the WBC heavyweight title against Deontay Wilder. He has been working hard for his next championship opportunity.

Ruiz enters Sunday’s bout as a -400 favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook. Ortiz is a +290 underdog.

Full Card for Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Luis Ortiz

  • Main event: Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Luis Ortiz, 12 rounds, heavyweight
  • Isaac Cruz vs. Eduardo Ramirez, 12 rounds, for WBC Silver lightweight title
  • Jose Valenzuela vs. Edwin De Los Santos, 10 rounds, for Valenzuela’s WBC Continental Americas lightweight title
  • Joseph Spencer vs. Kevin Salgado, 10 rounds, middleweight
  • Ra’eese Aleem vs. Mike Plania, 10 rounds, for Aleem’s WBO NABO junior featherweight title
  • Abner Mares vs. Miguel Flores, 10 rounds, lightweight