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Angel Acosta vs. Juan Alejo HBO Fight Card: Watch WBO Junior Online Streaming

Angel Acosta vs. Juan Alejo HBO Fight Card: Heavenly attendant Acosta, a protégé of four-division best on the planet Miguel Cotto, will have the chance to battle for a title on his undercard.

Acosta will go up against Juan “Pinky” Alejo for an empty between time junior flyweight title on Dec. 2 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, Golden Boy Promotions reported Thursday.

The battle, however not some portion of HBO‘s broadcast of the card will be spilled live as a feature of the Ringtv.com scope of the preparatory sessions starting at 7 p.m. ET. Puerto Rican legend Cotto (41-5, 33 KOs) will protect his lesser middleweight world title without precedent for the headliner against Sadam Ali (25-1, 14 KOs) in what Cotto has said will be the last episode of his Hall of the Fame-level profession.

Acosta (16-1, 16 KOs), 27, of Puerto Rico, endured his exclusive misfortune in his last battle, a consistent choice to junior flyweight titleholder Kosei Tanaka on May 20 in Japan. In the battle following his triumph against Acosta, a ninth-round knockout of Thailand’s Rangsan Chayanram on Sept. 13 in Japan, Tanaka endured a broke jaw. Since Acosta (10-0, 6 KOs) will sit out of gear for a while, the between time title battle was endorsed with Tanaka committed to protecting against the Acosta-Alejo champ upon his arrival.

Alejo (24-4-1, 14 KOs), 33, of Mexico, lost the initial three battles of his profession in 2009 yet has gone 24-1-1 since. Alejo’s just other annihilation stopped by choice testing Donnie Nietes for a lesser flyweight world title in October 2015. Alejo is falling off a 12-round split draw with Luis Javier Cerrito on Sept. 12.

Brilliant Boy likewise declared other undercard sessions:

Santa Clause Ana, California, featherweight contender Ronny Rios (28-2, 13 KOs), 27, will come back from a choice misfortune testing junior featherweight world titleholder Rey Vargas on Aug. 26. Rios will confront Deivis Julio (19-3, 11 KOs), 36, of Colombia in a 10-round battle.

Junior welterweight Zachary Ochoa (17-1, 7 KOs), 25, of Brooklyn, New York, will confront a rival to be named in a booked six-round session.

Welterweight Aaron McKenna, 18, the best beginner from Ireland who as of late marked with Golden Boy Promotions, will make his expert presentation in a four-round battle against a rival to be named. As per Golden Boy, McKenna was 152-9 as a beginner and won eight Irish national titles. He picked to go, expert, as opposed to seeking after a compartment in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Vargas (30-0, 22 KOs), 26, of Mexico, will shield his lesser featherweight world title for the second time when he squares off with Oscar Negrete (17-0, 7 KOs), 30, a Colombia local battling out of Rosemead, California, in the beforehand declared co-highlight that will open the HBO communicate starting at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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How to watch Angel Acosta vs. Juan Alejo HBO Fight Card:

Date: Saturday, December. 02

Location: New York (HBO):

Time: 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.

 

Angel Acosta vs. Juan Alejo HBO Fight Card

Boxing fight schedule:

December 2

At New York (HBO):

  • Miguel Cotto vs. Sadam Ali, 12 rounds, for Cotto’s WBO junior middleweight title
  • Rey Vargas vs. Oscar Negrete, 12 rounds, for Vargas’ WBC junior featherweight title
  • Angel Acosta vs. Juan Alejo, 12 rounds, for vacant WBO junior flyweight title
  • Ronny Rios vs. Deivis Julio, 10 rounds, featherweights
  • Aaron McKenna vs. Victor Gaytan, 4 rounds, welterweights
  • Zachary Ochoa vs. Erik Martinez, 6 rounds, junior welterweights

At Guadalajara, Mexico (beIN Sports Espanol):

  • Ramon Alvarez vs. Johnny Navarrete, rematch, 10 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Monserrat Alarcon Raya vs. Yesenia Martínez, 10 rounds, female flyweights
  • Ronaldo Ruelas vs. Jhonny Diaz, 6 rounds, featherweights

At Potsdam, Germany:

  • Otto Wallin vs. Gabriel Nguema, 10 rounds, heavyweights

At Leicester, England:

  • Anthony Yigit vs. Joe Hughes, 12 rounds, for Yigit’s European junior welterweight title
  • Luke Watkins vs. Mike Stafford, 12 rounds, for Watkins’ Commonwealth cruiserweight title
  • Craig Morris vs. Ryan Martin, 10 rounds, welterweights
  • Chantelle Cameron vs. Viviane Obenauf, 10 rounds, female lightweights
  • Jahmaine Smyle vs. Lennox Clarke, 10 rounds, super middleweights
  • Lee McGregor vs. Kamil Jaworek, 4 rounds, junior featherweights
  • Kyle Williams vs. Szilveszter Kanalas, 4 rounds, bantamweights
  • Josh Quailey vs. Remigiusz Smolinski, 4 rounds, junior welterweights
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