The WBO Welterweight Championship is on the line tonight when champion Terence Crawford steps into the ring to face challenger and two-time former champion Shawn Porter.
Crawford vs. Porter will exclusively air on
It will be Crawford’s fifth WBO title defense after he won the title by defeating Jeff Horn in 2018. He’s undefeated after 37 bouts and now has 28 knockouts to his name.
Now regarded as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in boxing, Crawford is favored to defend his title tonight when he meets Porter. But many fans expect Porter to be one of Crawford’s greatest tests yet.
Porter has a long list of wins including victories against Danny Garcia, Andre Berto, Adrien Broner, and Paulie Malignaggi. His record now stands at 31-3-1 with a total of 17 knockout wins.
The WBO Welterweight Championship main event happens tonight at the Michelob Ultra Arena. Here’s how to watch the Crawford vs. Porter fight live on PPV.
How to order Crawford vs. Porter PPV
The only way to watch Terence Crawford vs. Shawn Porter tonight is on ESPN+ PPV. The event will be the first-ever exclusive Top Rank Boxing PPV on
Boxing fans can order Crawford vs. Porter PPV here for $69.99.
How to watch Crawford vs. Porter fight
Fans who have purchased the official Crawford vs. Porter PPV on ESPN+ can watch the fight live online tonight and also the replay following the event.
The official ESPN+ PPV live stream can be streamed to a TV via the
It’s also possible to simply watch the Crawford vs. Porter live stream on a mobile device, desktop computer, laptop, or tablet on the
Crawford vs. Porter start time
The Crawford vs. Porter title fight is expected to start at 11 pm ET tonight. Preliminary action begins at 6 pm ET, prelims, at 7 pm ET, and the main card starts at 9 pm ET.
What channel is Crawford vs. Porter on?
Crawford vs. Porter is only available on ESPN+ PPV in the United States.
Fans can order the Crawford vs. Porter PPV here on the ESPN+ website to watch boxing fights live online tonight and replays.
Jake Nichols is The Body Lock's Editor in Chief. Previously, he was the MMA Editor at RealSport.