Beterbiev vs Browne crackstreams: Full Fight Live Stream, broadcast

Artur Beterbiev has been nothing short of a tour de force so far as a professional boxer, and he is expected to continue his run when he faces Marcus Browne in a mandatory light-heavyweight championship title defence tonight. What time is Beterbiev’s fight tonight? Live stream info, start time, how to watch Artur Beterbiev vs. Marcus Browne

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Can Artur Beterbiev register his 17th straight knockout in Canada?

The WBC and IBF belts will be on the line, and Beterbiev has his eyes on big fights in 2022 if he can pass this test as he has every other thus far.

“We are ready,” said the champion at the final press conference. “We had a good training camp, and I am ready to show my best on Friday night.”

Challenger Browne, meanwhile, had the following to say: “We trained hard for the fight. He’s a tough customer, but on Friday night, we are changing the narrative.

“I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t believe, and come Friday night, you will see. I’m tired of talking. I want to fight.”

Here’s everything you need to know about Beterbiev vs. Browne.
When is Beterbiev vs. Browne? date, start time

Date: Friday, December 17
Main card: 7.00 p.m. ET / 12.00 a.m. GMT
Main event ringwalks (approx): 10.00 p.m. ET / 3.00 a.m. GMT

The main card is set to get underway at 7.00 p.m. ET / 12.00 a.m. GMT with the main event ringwalks scheduled for 10.00 p.m. ET / 3.00 a.m. GMT. These times are subject to change due to the length of the undercard bouts.

We get a busy Friday night of championship boxing at the Bell Centre in Montreal. It’s a precursor to Friday’s Paul-Woodley 2 card, and while Saturday will be a bit of a circus, Friday brings a full card of serious boxing. The event will air on ESPN+ and is topped by a light heavyweight title fight between WBC and IBF champ Artur Beterbiev and fifth-ranked Marcus Browne.

The main card for the event begins at 8 p.m. ET. The ring walks for the Beterbiev-Browne main event can be expected to get going sometime in the 11 p.m. hour. That will all depend on how long the undercard lasts.

The unbeaten Beterbiev is a sizable favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook. He’s installed at -1100 while the 24-1 Browne is +650. Browne’s lone defeat came in 2019 when he lost a technical decision to Jean Pascal that cost him the WBA interim and WBC Silver light heavyweight titles.

The card features two other title fights. Marie Eve Dicaire and Cynthia Lozano will face off for the vacant IBF women’s junior middleweight title. Dicaire is a -2500 favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook while Lozano is a +1000 underdog. Additionally, Yan Pellerin and Francisco Rivas will meet for the vacant WBO NABO cruiserweight title.

Full Card for Beterbiev vs. Browne

Title fight: Artur Beterbiev vs. Marcus Browne, for Beterbiev’s WBC, IBF light heavyweight titles
Title fight: Marie Eve Dicaire vs. Cynthia Lozano, for vacant IBF women’s junior middleweight title
Steve Rolls vs. Christopher Brooker, super middleweight
Yan Pellerin vs. Francisco Rivas, for vacant WBO NABO cruiserweight title
Movladdin Biyarslanov vs. Alan Ayala Crisosto, super lightweight
Brandon Moore vs. Abraham Pascual, heavyweight
Mazlum Akdeniz vs. Arturo Bustamante, super lightweight
Batyrzhan Jukembayev vs. Juan Jose Martinez, junior welterweight

Artur Beterbiev will put his WBC and IBF light heavyweight titles on the line tonight, returning to his adopted home of Montreal to take on Marcus Browne.

Beterbiev vs Browne will stream on ESPN+, with the undercard and our coverage beginning at 8 pm ET. The updates will come in the comments, with results posted to the main post as they come in.

Beterbiev, at 36, has had a lot of injuries and other setbacks in his career, but has dominated when he’s been in the ring, and is a heavy favorite here against Browne, a 31-year-old who, like Beterbiev, is an ex-Olympian, but has not experienced the same level of pro success to date.

It figures, like all Beterbiev fights, to be pretty fun to watch even if it winds up as non-competitive as the oddsmakers seem to believe.

Also on the card, Marie Eve Dicaire will look to regain the IBF junior middleweight title she lost in March to Claressa Shields, as she takes on Mexico’s Cynthia Lozano for the again-vacant strap.

If you missed the news a few weeks back, a bout between Kim Clavel and Yesenia Gomez was called off due to an injury to Clavel, as this was originally planned to be a triple world title card.

Elsewhere, it’s Canadian veterans and prospects based in Quebec, plus some other stuff. We won’t lie and tell you this is marquee stuff on the undercard, but Arthur Biyarslanov is a name to watch at 140, and Batyrzhan Jukembayev is looking to bounce back from his first career loss.

Beterbiev(16-0, 16 KO) will defend IBF and WBC Light Heavyweight Championships in this bout. It will be his second defense of the WBC title while the fifth one for the IBF title. Earlier this year, Beterbiev has maintained his 100% knockout record against Adam Deines with a win in the 10th round.

Marcus Browne is the WBC mandatory challenger. After this undefeated streak was snapped in August 2019, Browne returned to the ring in April with a win over Denis Grachev. But, is he the man to stop Beterbiev’s undefeated and knockout streak? Join us as we bring the round-by-round and play-by-play updates from Artur Beterbiev vs Marcus Browne and results from the undercard.

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