Ritson vs Davies Live Stream Details, Fight Card, and Odds

Ritson vs Davies Live Stream Details

For the second consecutive week, super lightweight title implications are on the line. Last weekend, Subriel Matias defeated Jeremias Ponce in the fifth round to claim the vacant IBF title. This weekend, Ritson vs Davies live from the Utilita Newcastle Arena in the UK is headlined by a WBA title eliminator at 140 pounds. An afternoon card in the United States, the contest will kick off a strong weekend of combat sports action.

Ritson vs Davies Live Stream Details

  • When: Saturday, March 4, 2023
  • Start Time: 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
  • Location: Utilita Arena – Newcastle, England
  • Ritson vs Davies Live Stream: FITE TV PPV

How to Watch Ritson vs Davies Live

In the United States, boxing fans can watch Ritson vs Davies live from anywhere on FITE TV with a web browser or the FITE TV app. While FITE TV is a paid service, you do have a couple of price options to watch the fight. For those interested in combat sports beyond just Ritson vs Davies, a subscription to FITE TV + might make sense and is an affordable $7.99 per month. If you’re only looking to watch this fight, there is a pay-per-view price tag of $14.99. Of course, nothing is better than free, and those new to FITE TV can try the service free for seven days, giving you access just in time for Ritson vs Davies.

Main Event Preview

Ohara “Two Tanks” Davies (24-2-0, 17 KO) has just two losses in his career. One was a seventh-round TKO at the hands of WBO champion Josh Taylor, and the other was to former super lightweight title challenger Jack Catterall by 12-round unanimous decision. It has been over four years since he last tasted defeat and now, at 31 years old, he’s prepared to get another crack at a championship. The only person standing in his way is his countryman Lewis Ritson.

Like Davies, Ritson (23-2-0, 13 KO), has won much more than he’s lost. Another similarity is that the last person he lost to, Ponce in 2021, also just lost in a title fight like Catterall did. Since then, he’s won a pair of 10-round bouts convincingly, once by early stoppage. Now, with momentum and a three-inch height advantage, Ritson is chasing a world title opportunity of his own, and he’ll likely have the crowd with him as well in his birthplace of Newcastle.

Ritson vs Davies Fight Card and Odds

Favorite (Odds)Underdog (Odds)RoundsDivision
Ohara Davies (-170)Lewis Ritson (+130)12 roundsJunior Welterweight
Lee McGregor (-3000)Alexis Boureima Kabore (+1000)10 roundsJunior Featherweight
Otabek Kholmatov (-330)Thomas Patrick Ward (+240)12 roundsFeatherweight
Adam CopeBrayan Mairena6 roundsJunior Lightweight
Ewan MackenzieJustin Menzie6 roundsJunior Middleweight
Ben ReesKonstantin Aleksandrov6 roundsLight Heavyweight
Steven CairnsJakub Laskowski6 roundsLightweight
Callum WaltonZdenko Bule4 roundsSuper Middleweight
Nathan ForrestLiam Fox4 roundsJunior Welterweight
Syed ShearCristian Narvaez4 roundsLightweight


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