Teofimo Lopez vs. George Kambosos Live Stream: How to watch DAZN PPV Boxing

This Saturday night, November 27, at Madison Square Garden in New York City, unified lightweight champion Teofimo “The Takeover” Lopez has everything to lose as he accepts the challenge of George “Ferocious” Kambosos Jr. It has been over a year since Lopez added the WBA Super World Lightweight title and WBO World Lightweight title to his collection with his IBF World Lightweight title.
The stage is set for Kambosos (19-0-0, 10 KO) to make his first challenge for a major world title, and he has the opportunity to be the unified champion. From his perspective, there’s nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Fighting out of Australia, Kambosos has taken down every boxer he’s faced. His record has survived split-decision results in his last two fights, a slight blemish by the judges on his resume of dominance. Internationally, he’s held the WBA Oceania Lightweight title before and successfully defended it. Still, this is the biggest opportunity of his career at 28 years old. He’ll have a slight size advantage of fewer than two inches at 5’9.5”, but his reach is half-an-inch shorter than that of his opponent Lopez’s 68.5” reach.

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Just 24 years old, Lopez (16-0-0, 12 KO) claimed the lightweight division last October after earning a unanimous decision victory over Vasyl Lomachenko in Las Vegas. Just 10 months before that, Lopez had earned his first major world title, the IBF World Lightweight, with a TKO of Richard Commey at Madison Square Garden. Born in Brooklyn, Lopez has practically established a second home in The Garden, where he’s won six fights.
With two knockout boxers, it won’t be surprising if Saturday night’s fight ends in fireworks. Per DraftKings Sportsbook on Saturday morning, Lopez was favored -250 to win by KO, TKO, or disqualification. Kambosos, on the other hand, was +1000 to be victorious by any of those three methods.
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