According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the Australian grudge match between former world champions Jeff Horn and Anthony Mundine has been picked up in the United States by ESPN+
The fight takes place on November 30 at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.
Based on the time differences, the fight will likely stream live on ESPN+ on Saturday morning, around 7am EST/4am PST.
Horn’s shocking decision win over Manny Pacquiao from July 2017 is still ESPN’s highest rated fight in Top Rank’s exclusive content deal with the network.
And Horn’s defeat at the hands of Terence Crawford, in June, was the first major boxing event for the launch of ESPN’s streaming service.
IN OTHER NEWS: TMB & PRB Entertainment and Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions, present “Whose ‘0’ Will Go 2”, a live boxing event taking place at the Scottish Rite Theatre in San Antonio, TX, on December 1, 2018. In the 10-round main event, undefeated super lightweights Kendo Castaneda (14-0, 7 KOs) and Gilbert Venegas Jr. (10-0, 6 KOs), will battle for the vacant WBA-NABA title. The entire card will be streamed via Facebook’s FIGHTNIGHT LIVE channel, which has already served more than three million fight fans since May 2017.
Venegas age 24, is coming off an impressive unanimous decision victory against Armando Cardenas (9-2, 5 KOs), a fight that took place at the Scottish Rite Theatre on September 8, 2018. With momentum on his side, Venegas is determined to remain unbeaten with a victory against Castaneda.
“Castaneda comes in with an undefeated record, so this will no doubt be my toughest opponent of my career, but a fight I believe I can win.” stated Gilbert Venegas Jr. “I’ve worked very hard to get into this position, to fight for a title, so rest assure, I’m not going to let this opportunity pass me by. Being that this will be my first shot at a title, you better believe I’m coming to win, and win impressively. I’m going to be the new NABA super lightweight champion and on December 1st, my hands will be raised in victory.”