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[WATCH/STREAMS!!] David Benavidez vs Demetrius Andrade Live Free Online Broadcast 25 November 2023


Benavidez vs Andrade live stream: How to watch boxing online, fight card, start time, odds. David "El Monstruo" Benavidez goes toe-to-toe with Demetrius "Boo Boo" Andrade at Las Vegas’ Michelob Ultra Arena on Saturday. Both fighters are undefeated so in addition to Benavidez's interim WBC super middleweight belt, two perfect records are on the line.


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Benavidez vs Andrade is available to watch on Kayo Sports in Australia, while it's a PPV in the US and the UK. Don't worry if you're abroad on fight night because you can watch Benavidez vs Andrade live streams from anywhere with a VPN.

Benavidez vs Andrade live stream start time


►Date: Saturday (Nov. 25)

►Time: The main card is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT / 1 a.m. GMT (Nov. 26) / 12 p.m. AEDT (Nov. 26)

► Benavidez vs Andrade time: Ringwalks expected at 11 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. PT / 4 a.m. GMT (Nov. 26) / 3 p.m. AEDT (Nov. 26)

• U.S. — Showtime PPV ($74.99)

• U.K. — Fite PPV ($19.99)

• AUS — Kayo Sports (non-PPV)

• Watch anywhere


Of course, at its heart the interim WBC super middleweight belt is innuendo for a shot against Canelo Alvarez, something that Benavidez in particular hasn't been shy about. Ahead of this bout, however, the Mexican superstar is yet to acknowledge his potential mandatory challenger.


Benavidez, 26, is a big puncher whose power, height and strength often proves overwhelming. The two-time WBC super middleweight champion has knocked out 23 of his 27 opponents, but had to go the distance against the former champ Caleb Plant in his last fight seven months ago.


Andrade, 35, is 15 years into his career and must now rely on his brains as much as his brawn. The southpaw from Providence has a knack for setting traps for knockout blows or points on the scorecard, and possesses a knockout record of 19 from 32 fights.


How to watch the Benavidez vs Andrade live stream in the U.S.


Showtime PPV


Benavidez vs Andrade is exclusive to Showtime PPV in the US, with the PPV priced at a hefty $74.99.


Live coverage of the event begins at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on Saturday evening, while the main event ringwalks are expected to take place at around 11 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. PT.


Watch Benavidez vs Andrade on Showtime PPV ($74.99)


You can purchase the PPV on the Showtime website, and tune in on a wide variety of devices big and small, including iOS and Android handsets, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox and many more.


Benavidez vs Andrade live stream: how to watch the fight in the UK


Fite.TV


Boxing fans in the UK can watch the Benavidez vs Andrade live stream by ordering the PPV from Fite.TV.


Strangely, prices are listed in dollars only, and this PPV will set you back $19.99 (around £16).


Live coverage gets underway at 1 a.m. GMT in the early hours of Sunday morning, with the main event's ringwalks expected at around 4 a.m..


If you're outside the UK and want to tune in, it's simple to do with a handy tool – simply grab a VPN and follow the instructions above to live stream the action.


How to watch Benavidez vs Andrade: live stream in Canada


PPV.com is the place to live stream Benavidez vs Andrade in Canada, with coverage getting underway at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on Saturday, with the main event fighters expected to make their ringwalks at around 11 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. PT.


Unfortunately, the PPV is one of the priciest around, costing CA$102.87, plus taxes and a service fee.


Traveling outside Canada right now? You can use a VPN to watch your home stream from abroad.


How to watch Benavidez vs Andrade live streams in Australia


Viewers in Australia have got it good, as they don't need to cough up a PPV fee in order to watch the Benavidez vs Andrade live stream.


Instead, the fight's being shown on Fox Sports 507, which is available via Foxtel.


Don't have Foxtel? Kayo Sports may be a better option, with its affordable, commitment-free plans. Prices start at $25 per month, and Kayo gets you live NFL, F1, cricket, AFL, NBA, NHL coverage, and plenty more besides.


Live coverage of the event starts at 12 am AEDT on Sunday, with the main event expected to begin at around 3 p.m.


Benavidez vs Andrade fight card


David Benavidez vs. Demetrius Andrade, 12 rounds, super middleweights

Subriel Matias (c) vs. Shohjahon Ergashev, 12 rounds, for Matias' IBF world super lightweight title

Hector Luis Garcia (c) vs. Lamont Roach, 12 rounds, for Garcia's WBA world super featherweight title

Jermall Charlo vs. Jose Benavidez Jr., 10 rounds, middleweights

Sergey Lipinets vs. Michel Rivera, 10 rounds, super lightweights

Pablo Vicente vs. Muhammadkhuja Yaqubov, 10 rounds, super featherweights

Vito Mielnicki Jr. vs. Alexis Salazar Flores, 10 rounds, light middleweights

Daniel Blancas vs. Raiko Santana, 8 rounds, super middleweights

Israel Mercardo vs. Wesley Rivers, 6 rounds, super lightweights

Curmel Moton vs. Hunter Turbyfill, 4 rounds, featherweights

Jabin Chollet vs. Jorge Perez, 8 rounds, lightweights

Alex Holley vs. Allen Medina, 4 rounds, welterweights


That's the working theory being undertaken by former two-division champion Demetrius Andrade (32-0, 19 KOs), who has spent most of his career doing the unfruitful chasing of big names like Canelo Alvarez, Gennadiy Golovkin and Jermall Charlo.


Andrade, 35, will finally get his shot at the super elite, and potential recognition among the pound-for-pound best in the sport, when he faces former two-time super middleweight titleholder David Benavidez (27-0, 23 KOs) on Saturday in a 168-pound clash at the Michelob Ultra Arena at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas


Fresh off a resounding decision win over former champion Caleb Plant in their March PPV clash, the 26-year-old Benavidez, who was born in Arizona to parents of Mexican and Ecuadorian descent, has seemingly been hand-picked by boxing's foundational Mexican-American fan base as the eventual successor to Alvarez.


Benavidez, like Andrade, is hoping a breakthrough victory against such a tricky opponent will be the final rung on the ladder that needs to be climbed before finally getting the call to challenge Alvarez for his four-pack of world titles in the division.


What makes this matchup so interesting is that Andrade, a 2008 U.S. Olympian from Rhode Island, is the kind of Swiss army knife boxer whose colorful personality has never been able to offset the fact that opponents have always looked at him as high risk and low reward.


Andrade is a lengthy southpaw who relies on speed and guile to awkwardly navigate the center of the ring without paying for the real estate thanks to his elite defensive skills. But to try and suggest this fight has been a long-time coming for Andrade would be an insult to just how difficult his professional journey has been as it relates to trying to attract big-name opponents.


Although Andrade has looked great earning respectable wins at 154 and 160 pounds against the likes of Vanes Martirosyan, Brian Rose, Willie Nelson, Jack Culcay and Maciej Sulecki, the big names have routinely avoided him. Throughout the process, Andrade has also found himself perpetually stuck in promotional Siberia and admits to having considered walking away multiple times due to frustration.

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