Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Skyver, Oct 6, 2020.
I know it's not on Sky Sports but surely the channel is on the Sky box somewhere?
Don't think so m8,but you can watch it on the fite t.v app on an I pad,laptop,ps4 or xbox.you will just need to set up an account and pay obviously.
Yep I'm in! Really can't wait to watch this. There more I see and think about it, the more I can envisage Loma putting a masterclass on. Teo has a puncher chance defo
That is terrible, so we can only stream it?
Has anyone used that channel, is it smooth with no buffering?
I had a dream the other week that Lopez sparked him out, it is very possible I believe.
Lomachenko didn't look all that great last time out and I suspect he's on the slide and a little war torn.
SO is this included in the FITE subscription or as a standalone PPV?
EDIT : No it is not! You can watch 30 days after haha what a joke
I've used it once and it was fine from what I can remember but I was half scooped so don't shoot the messenger!
I think it will be a standalone nuro not 100% sure though.
Can you download the channel on a Firestick?
Think Lopez's best shot is catching loma with something big early.the longer it goes teo could end up getting frustrated and folding under the pressure the little magician brings.
I think you're a bit harsh there. Loma won every round against Campbell who used his range very very well.
His style will age fast though, i hope youre wrong as he is a joy to watch.
I've had it for a couple of months to watch TR shows. It's good. You normally get all 6 hours of the card, no buffering issues etc. I don't typically stay up to watch fights anymore so it's nice to be able to whack the replay on whenever you want the next day
Maybe it was just a stylistic thing, I thought that Lopez was as big as Campbell but he doesn't look anywhere near as tall and rangy.
I remember Luke did buzz Loma one time and just feel that if Lopez catches him clean he will lay him out, the kid has massive power and strength.
Apparently (according to Fight Disciples) Arum sold the rights to this fight to Fite TV for around £200,000. They will have to sell 20k PPV’s to break even on it.
Just wished Sky or BT had come in and gave us a little treat.