Crawford vs Kavaliauskas live stream: how to watch the fight online from anywhere
Terence Crawford will be looking to defend his WBO welterweight for the third time on Saturday night in New York and maintain one of the best current records in boxing. Can he maintain that run? You watch all the action as it happens by reading our Terence Crawford vs Egidijus Kavaliauskas live stream guide below.
Having seen off Jose Benavidez Jr last year and then Britain's Amir Khan in a dominant display back in April, the American now boasts an unblemished 35-0-0, having finished nine out of his last ten opponents by knockout.
Crawford's next challenger comes in the form of rugged Lithuanian bruiser Egidijus Kavaliauskas who is also undefeated after 22 fights, with 17 knock-outs, meaning someone's impeccable record will have to go.
The 31-year-old challenger has also faced some demanding fights on his way to this clash, having seen off David Avanesyan, Juan Carlos Abreu, and most recently Ray Robinson back in March.
It's all set up to be a fascinating battle and the good news is that it's being broadcast live around the world. Read on to discover how you can watch a Crawford vs Kavaliauskas live stream.
Live stream Crawford vs Kavaliauskas from outside your country
If you've been looking forward to this fight and already know where to watch, your plans may be scuppered if you're out of the country when it's on. That's because broadcasters geo-block their coverage if you try to watch from abroad.
But there's a clever workaround for this, which is perfectly legal (assuming the broadcaster's Ts&Cs allow it) and it involves using a piece of software called a VPN – better that than trying to get some dodgy stream from Reddit.
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How watch the Crawford vs Kavaliauskas fight in the UK
How to watch Crawford vs Kavaliauskas in Australia
As with the UK, there's no confirmed broadcaster of the main event, nor its undercard in Australia. Should the situation change, we'll be sure to update this page.
If you're Down Under and still fancy watching the fight, you do still have the option of using one of our best VPNs as described above a go.