Where To Watch: Evander Holyfield Vs. Vitor Belfort Tonight, iNDemand To Provide Donald Trump’s Commentary
Evander Holyfield, Vitor Belfort and Donald Trump are names that have been circulating in the boxing world lately. Holyfield and Belfort will face each other – while Trump commentates – Saturday night.
Boxing fans will be able to watch the Saturday, September 11, pay per view boxing event headlining Holyfield vs. Belfort—and featuring live alternative commentary by former President Donald Trump and son Donald Trump Jr.—by ordering the event on TV through their existing cable, satellite, or telco provider.
iNDemand, the leading transactional video-on-demand and PPV programming provider in North America, will serve as the exclusive TV distributor and U.S. and Canadian cable, satellite, and telco PPV provider for the highly anticipated program, entitled “Donald Trump: No Holds Barred – Live Alternative Commentary for Triller Fight Club: Holyfield vs. Belfort PPV.”
Television provides the best viewing experience of any PPV platform, with the best reliability, sharpest video and audio, and easy ordering interface.
Viewers can order “No Holds Barred” through every major cable, satellite, and telco provider in North America, including: Xfinity, Spectrum, Contour, DIRECTV & U-Verse TV, Dish, Fios, and Optimum, among others (U.S.), as well as Rogers, Bell, Shaw, Sasktel, and TELUS (Canada).
Trump and Trump Jr. will provide live commentary during all four fights that will comprise this Saturday’s PPV event at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.
To hear the Trumps’ guest commentary during each match, viewers will utilize the secondary audio function (SAP) on their cable box or TV set.
The suggested retail price for the four-fight PPV event is $49.99 (U.S. & Canada), and there is no additional fee to listen to the Trumps’ alternative commentary on each fight.
Holyfield is the late replacement for Oscar De La Hoya, who pulled out due to contracting Covid-19. He has since recovered and been discharged from the hospital.
Holyfield has not fought in a decade and fans are concerned, but the boxer said he wants to give it another go.
Here’s the full card, start time and where else you can watch.
Date: Saturday, September 11, 2021
Time: 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT
Watch with Trump’s commentary: Use the secondary audio function (SAP) on cable box or TV set, pay-per-view provider, iNDemand said.
Full fight card:
- Evander Holyfield vs. Vitor Belfort
- David Haye vs. Joe Fournier
- Anderson Silva vs. Tito Ortiz
- Andy Vences vs. Jono Carroll