If you love boxing but hate overpaying for cable, you’re in the right place. We’re here with a few of the best options for watching boxing matches live without cable, including Sling TV, ESPN+, DAZN, and FITE TV. Read on, or click here to see a full schedule of upcoming matches.
Sling TV is our top choice if you want a cable replacement. With Sling Orange, you’ll get ESPN, ESPN2, and a bunch of other channels for just $35/month, and you can upgrade to Sling Orange + Blue for $50/month. What makes Sling TV so good for boxing is the fact that you can buy PPV events, which is not possible with other streaming services. You can also add Showtime, which is a must-have for some of this year’s top title matches.
While you’ll be limited to watching on one screen at a time, Sling TV does have a solid 50-hour DVR. It also has good device support, including iOS and Android, web browsers, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire devices, to name just a few. Get a free trial of Sling TV here, and see if it’s right for you.
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ESPN+ is home to a huge number of free and PPV boxing matches, and is a must-have for any boxing fan who wants to cut cable. It’s very affordable, too, at a price of $6.99/month or $69.99/year. PPV events cost extra, of course, but that’s still not a bad price, especially considering all the on-demand and other content you get. It’s also the home of the UFC, so MMA fans who also love boxing will get the whole package.
There’s no DVR with ESPN+, but you do get tons of on-demand sporting events, documentaries, and shows. You can watch on up to 3 devices at a time. It supports iOS, Android, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, web browsers, and tons of other devices. There is no free trial, but you can try a month and cancel at any time with no penalty. Just click here to get started.
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DAZN is another top streaming service if you want to watch boxing matches live without cable. It also broadcasts a lot of MMA, so it’s a good option in general for fighting sports enthusiasts, similarly to ESPN+. It’s a bit more expensive, though, coming in at $19.99/month or $99.99/year. However, there are no extra fees for PPV fights. They’re all included in your subscription, which is nice.
As far as features go, DAZN also doesn’t have a DVR, but has plenty of on-demand fighting sports content to keep you satisfied between live matches. You can also watch DAZN on up to 2 devices simultaneously. You can stream on iOS, Android, your web browser, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Roku, and much more. There’s no free trial, but you can click here to sign up and try it out. There’s no long-term commitment or cancellation fee.
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FITE TV is similar to ESPN+ and DAZN, but it’s pretty much exclusively focused on combat sports, with some automotive sports sprinkled in for good measure.While it doesn’t have as many fights as its competitors, it still hosts more than 1,000 competitions every year. Its basic subscription costs $4.99/monthly or $49.99/yearly, though there are some PPV matches and additional upgrades available.
You can only watch FITE TV on one device at a time, but that’s not a problem if you’re not sharing your account. It also has a DVR, which ESPN+ and DAZN lack, so you can save events for later viewing. Device support includes iOS and Android, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, web browsers, and quite a few more devices. It also offers a free 7-day trial, so check it out and see if you like it.
How to Watch Boxing Matches on Amazon Fire TV
How to Watch Boxing Matches on Roku
You can watch boxing matches on Roku with one of these streaming services: Sling TV, ESPN+, DAZN, and FITE TV. Add the channel for the service you use, sign in, and start streaming boxing matches without cable right away.
How to Watch Boxing Matches on Apple TV
You can watch boxing matches on Apple TV with one of these streaming services: Sling TV, ESPN+, DAZN, and FITE TV. Install the app from the App Store, sign into your account, and then kick back and enjoy the action.
Wondering what title fights to look forward to? Here’s a list of some of the top fights coming up in the next few months. This schedule is updated monthly.
|Date||Time (Eastern)||How To Watch||Event|
|October 15||8:30 PM||ESPN+||Emanual Navarette vs. Joet Gonzalez|
|October 16||8:00 PM||ESPN+||Cristopher Lopez Rodriguez vs. Franklin Manzanilla|
|October 16||7:00 PM||DAZN||Elwin Soto vs. Jonathan Gonzalez, Elwin Soto vs. Jonathan Gonzalez|
|October 16||2:00 PM||Mairis Briedis vs. Artur Mann|
|October 16||2:30 PM||Sky Sports||Savannah Marshall vs. Lolita Muzeya|
|October 16||6:00 PM||FITE TV||Ananyan vs. Gonzalez|
|October 22||9:00 PM||ESPN+||Oscar Rivas vs. Ryan Rozicki|
|October 23||10:00 PM||ESPN/ESPN+||Jamel Herring vs. Shakur Stevenson|
|October 30||7:00 PM||ESPN+||Jose Zepeda vs. Josue Vargas|
|October 30||4:10 PM||DAZN||Dillian Whyte vs. Otto Wallin|
|October 30||10:00 PM||Showtime||Jamal James vs. Radzhab Butaev|
|November 5||11:00 PM||ESPN+||Mikaela Mayer vs. Maiva Hamadouche|
|November 5||3:30 PM||Hannah Rankin vs. Maria Lindberg|
|November 6||9:00 PM||Showtime PPV||Canelo Alvarez vs. Caleb Plant|
|November 13||10:00 PM||Showtime||David Benavidez vs. Jose Uzcategui|
|November 13||10:00 PM||DAZN||Jaime Munguia vs. Gabriel Rosado|
|November 17||5:00 AM||Tim Tszyu vs. Takeshi Inoue|
|November 19||TBA||DAZN||Demetrius Andrade vs. Jason Quigley|
|November 20||9:00 PM||ESPN, PPV||Terence Crawford vs. Shawn Porter|
|November 27||10:00 PM||Showtime||Brandon Figueroa vs. Stephen Fulton|
|December 5||10:00 PM||Showtime PPV||Gervonta Davis vs. Rolando Romero|
|December 9||6:00 PM||Victorio Saludar vs. Erick Rosa Pacheco|
|December 11||10:00 PM||ESPN/ESPN+||Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. Richard Commey,|
|December 18||3:00 PM||ESPN+||Josh Taylor vs. Jack Catterall|
|December 18||5:00 PM||DAZN||Joseph Parker vs. Derek Chisora|