ARTUR BETERBIEV VS. MARCUS BROWNE: DATE, FIGHT TIME, TV CHANNEL AND LIVE STREAM
Artur Beterbiev finishes 2021 with a try and defend his unbeaten report and rating a seventeenth consecutive knockout.
Artur Beterbiev makes a compulsory defense of his two belts in opposition to American challenger Marcus Browne on Friday, December 17.
The pair will face off on the Bell Area in Montreal, Canada, with the Russian two-belt champion placing his unbeaten report on the road.
With 16 knockouts from 16 fights, Beterbiev is the heavy favorite because of the division’s most feared fighter.
A win for Browne would elevate him to the highest of the 175lb division, whereas Beterbiev might regard a victory as a crucial step to a possible match-up with undisputed tremendous middleweight champion, Mexican Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez.
Here are all the pieces it is advisable to find out about Beterbiev vs. Browne.
WHEN IS BETERBIEV VS. BROWNE? DATE, START TIME
- Date: Friday, December 17
- Fundamental card: 7.00 p.m. ET / 12.00 a.m. GMT
- Fundamental occasion ringwalks (approx): 10.00 p.m. ET / 3.00 a.m. GMT
The primary card is ready to get underway at 7.00 p.m. ET / 12.00 a.m. GMT with the principal occasion ring walks scheduled for 10.00 p.m. ET / 3.00 a.m. GMT. These instances are topic to vary because of the size of the undercard bouts.
WHAT CHANNEL/STREAM IS BETERBIEV VS. BROWNE?
- UK: Sky Sports activities
- US: ESPN+
- ROW : Fite TV
The combat can be broadcast on Sky Sports activities in the UK, and ESPN+ in America. Fite TV will present the combat for the remainder of the world.
WHERE IS THE BETERBIEV VS. BROWNE FIGHT?
The combat takes place on the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada.
ARTUR BETERBIEV RECORD AND BIO
- Nationality: Russian
- Date of Start: January 21, 1985
- Top: 5′ 11.5″
- Attain: 73″
- Whole Fights: 16
- File: 16-0 (16 KOs)
MARCUS BROWNE RECORD AND BIO
- Nationality: American
- Date of Start: November 10, 1990
- Top: 6′ 1.5″
- Attain: 75.5″
- Whole Fights: 25
- File: 24-1 (16 KOs)
BETERBIEV VS. BROWNE FIGHT CARD
- Artur Beterbiev vs. Marcus Browne; for Beterbiev’s WBC and IBF mild heavyweight belts
- Marie-Eve Dicaire vs. Cynthia Lozano; for Dicaire’s IBF junior middleweight title
- Yan Pellerin vs. Francisco Rivas; for the vacant WBO NABO cruiserweight title
- Steve Rolls vs. Christopher Brooker; tremendous middleweight
- Movladdin Biyarslanov vs. Alan Ayala Crisosto; tremendous light-weight
- Mazlum Akdeniz vs. Arturo Bustamante; tremendous light-weight
- Brandon Moore vs. Abraham Pascual; heavyweight
- Batyrzhan Jukembayev vs. Juan Jose Martinez; tremendous light-weight