There’s little else in sports quite like a heavyweight boxing match, especially one that features world class contenders. Whether or not Otto Wallin (24-1-0, 1 NC) is a true challenger for a title remains to be seen. At 32 years old, his pursuit continues this Friday night at the Castleton Banquet & Conference Center in Windham, New Hampshire. He’ll face Helaman Olguin (9-4-1) in an eight-round tuneup to start 2023. Fight fans can stream Wallin vs Olguin on CombatSportsNow.com.
Wallin vs Olguin Stream Information
- When: Friday, January 27, 2023
- Start Time: 7 p.m. EST / 4 p.m. PST
- Location: Castleton Banquet & Conference Center in Windham, New Hampshire
- Wallin vs Olguin Stream Information: Combat Sports Now
Where to Find the Wallin vs Olguin Stream?
Presented by Boston Boxing Promotions (BBP), the heavyweight fight between Wallin and Olguin is only being provided by stream via Combat Sports Now. Watching the card is rather affordable to other pay-per-view events, costing just $19.99 (USD).
According to Combat Sports Now’s website, there isn’t a separate app that viewers need to download. From their internet browser, those who purchase the fight can cast the video to any device that has the “Airplay” feature, as well as Amazon Fire Sticks, Rokus, and the Google Chromecast.
Wallin vs Olguin Fight Card
|Fighter 1||Fighter 2||Rounds||Class|
|Otto Wallin||Helaman Olguin||8 rounds||Heavyweights|
|Shayna Foppiano||Sarah Click||6 rounds||Women's Junior Welterweights|
|James Perkins||Pablo Ernesto Oliveto||6 rounds||Super Middleweights|
|Alexis Flores||Javier Torres||4 rounds||Lightweights|
|Michael Alvarez||Jay Gregory||4 rounds||Junior Middleweights|
|Nathan Balakin||Michael Taylor||4 rounds||Welterweights|
|Malik Jackson||Michael Medeiros||4 rounds||Light Heavyweights|
Main Event Preview
It was just over three years ago that Wallin faced Tyson Fury in 2019 as the champion was out to reclaim his lost belts. After 12 rounds in the ring, the bout went to the judges’ cards where the decision went to Fury unanimously and rather handedly. Wallin sure left his mark, however, giving Fury a cut above his right eye that required stitches. The loss was Wallin’s first of his career, and he’s kept his sheet clean since, winning his last four appearances. In the rankings, he’s the top heavyweight out of Sweden, good for 17th in the world.
If he can collect the win, defeating Olguin won’t do a lot for his standings, but it would be a great start to the new year. Olguin, 39, had a rough start to his career from 2008 – 2014, dropping three of his first four contests. Since returning in 2019, however, it has been a much different story. He ripped off eight consecutive wins by 2021. That put him in contention for the American Boxing Federation USA Heavyweight title. Olguin lost that contest and is still looking for his first rebound win. He only fought once in 2022, recording a mixed-decision draw against the undefeated Roney Hines.
Looking at the tape, Wallin seemingly has every advantage. He’s faced better opponents, he’s six years younger than Olguin, and nearly three inches taller. Both fighters are southpaws.