Where To Watch: Errol Spence Jr Vs. Yordenis Ugas Tonight

The time has come.

A new unified welterweight champion will emerge after Errol Spence Jr and Yordenis Ugas put their respective belts on the line for the main event on a SHOWTIME pay-per-view on Saturday.

Spence, the WBC and IBF titleholder, has not fought since 2020 when he defeated Danny Garcia. He was scheduled to return to the ring against Manny Pacquiao in August, but an eye injury forced him to pull out days before the anticipated matchup.

Then it was Ugas, the WBA super welterweight titlist, who stepped in on short notice. The Cuban boxer was a massive underdog to the Filipino future Hall of Famer, but he made a name for himself after upsetting Pacquiao with a unanimous decision win.

Now, Ugas is looking to do the same upset against one of the welterweight division’s top contenders.

Here’s the fight card, when and where to watch:

Fight Card 

  • Errol Spence Jr vs Yordenis Ugas; for Spence’s WBC and IBF welterweight titles and Ugas’ WBA Super welterweight title 
  • Radzhab Butaev vs Eimantas Stanionis; WBA welterweight title 
  • Cody Crowley vs Josesito Lopez; lightweight 
  • Isaac Cruz vs Francisco Vargas; lightweight 
  • Brandun Lee vs Zachary Ochoa; super-lightweight 
  • Vito Mielnicki Jr vs Dan Karpency; super-welterweight 
  • Efetobor Apochi vs Adrian Taylor; cruiserweight 
  • Fernando Garcia vs Angel Barrientes; super-bantamweight 

Date: April 16 

Time: Main card 7 p.m. ET, Main event 11 p.m. ET 


RMC Sport: France  

WOWOW: Japan 

Main Event PPV: Australia 

Sky Arena PPV: New Zealand 

Supersport: Africa 

ESPN: Latin America 


  • Thailand 
  • Indonesia 
  • Philippines 
  • Singapore 
  • Pacific Islands 
  • Myanmar 
  • South Korea 
  • Cambodia 
  • Vietnam 
  • Malaysia/Brunei 
  • Hong Kong 
  • Macau 
  • Armenia 
  • Azerbaijan 
  • India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives 
  • Spain  
  • Portugal  
  • Greece/Cyprus 
  • Albania 
  • Ex-Yugoslavia (Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia + Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro) 
  • Middle East/North Africa 


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