How to Watch Erickson Lubin vs Sebastian Fundora: Start Time, TV Channel, live stream update

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Lubin Vs Fundora PBC Boxing
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It’s Fight Night! With UFC 273 and the WBC Interim title on the line tonight, fight fans will have plenty to talk about. Tonight two Southpaws face each other for 12 rounds the winner will be in contention for a world championship fight. Fundora towers over Lubin at 6-foot-6, but Lubin says he has the skills to get it done. After a knockout loss, Lubin has won six consecutive fights to re-establish himself as a top contender in the division.

How to watch Lubin Vs Fundora fight tonight

Who: Erickson Lubin vs Sebastian Fundora
When: Saturday, April 9, 2022. 10 PM ET
Where: The Theater at Virgin Hotels. Las Vegas, Nevada
TV: Showtime
Streaming: FITEPASS (Worldwide)
Rounds: 12
Stakes: WBC Interim Title
Undercard: Tony Harrison vs. Sergio Garcia; Super Welterweight Kevin Salgado vs. Bryant Perrella; Super Welterweight

Viewer’s can watch complete PBC Fight tonight from anywhere without cable, click here to stream Lubin vs Fundora showtime boxing.

Don’t miss tonight’s boxing action! The winner of tonight’s fight is likely to face the May 14 Charlo-Castano rematch winner. Lubin’s last loss was against Charlo in the first round back in 2017 and he’s been on a journey back to the top since then. Lubin has experience on his side with more fights and more wins but Fundora has substantial height and reach advantages. Tonight’s fight will air live on Showtime at 10 PM ET. The undercard features two bouts Tony Harrison vs Sergio Garcia and Kevin Salgado vs Bryant Perrella.
What is a Super Welterweight?
The Super Welterweight division is for professional boxers weighing in above 147 pounds and up to 154 pounds. In the International Boxing Federation (IBF) the division is called Junior Middleweight.

“Never Tell Me The Odds” Lubin vs Fundora Odds

The odds for tonight’s fight show us nothing but this matchup is unpredictable. The best offerings are as follows:
Erickson Lubin -150 vs. Sebastian Fundora +125
Sergio Garcia -270 vs. Tony Harrison +220
Bryant Perella -300 vs. Kevin Salgado +240

Erickson Lubin vs. Sebastian Fundora fight Preview

Both fighters have worked hard to get to this point they are fighting to get to an undisputed title fight. Most fight predictions have Lubin slated as the winner and when asked about his tough fight ahead Fundora said,

“The past five fights I’ve had were all hard fights. I gave Sergio Garcia his first loss and I’m planning on giving Erickson Lubin his second defeat.”

“I’m finally here fighting for an interim title and hopefully the next fight is for the world title. I hope all the fans who have been following my career tune in on Saturday for a great fight.”
When asked about getting back into title contention Lubin said,

“ ..always knew I would get back to title contention. I dared to be great early. I tried to dethrone Jermell Charlo when I had just turned 22.”

“..always knew I would be back in this position. It’s been only five years since that fight and I just get better every time I step into that ring.”

Look for an exciting match tonight most fight predictions have the fight going into the 7th or 8th round. Both fighters have something to prove, Fundora that he’s the rightful contender and Lubin needs revenge for past defeats. We should be in for a great fight.

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