Watch Garcia vs Murray and Davies vs Kamanga online

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Chris has a passion for helping you watch your favourite TV abroad. When he isn't helping you he can be found watching football, browsing Netflix or watching a good documentary.

In this guide I’m going to show you how you can watch the Garcia vs Murray and Davies vs Kamanga fights live online from the o2 Arena this weekend.

If you’re looking for a reliable way to watch the fights then your options can be limited. In some countries the boxing is reserved for expensive pay-per-view networks that you might not have access to and in others, it’s not shown at all.

Searching the internet will throw up hundreds of sketchy streams of the boxing which are best avoided. Not only is it illegal to watch these kinds of streams but you also put the security of your computer, tablet or other device at risk because those types of sites want to make money off you by installing sketchy things on your device.

Below I’m going to show you how you can watch the fights for free on a legitimate stream.

Garcia vs Murray and Davies vs Kamanga

In the UK the fights from the o2 arena are being shown live on pay-per-view and in many other countries they’re not being shown at all.

In Russia, however, the fights are being broadcast live on TV on the free-to-air network MatchTV!. MatchTV! is the leading sports streaming service in Russia that shows premium sporting events completely for free.

They also have an online streaming service which is also free. However, the service is restricted to use within Russia only. If you’re outside Russia you’ll be blocked.

If you’re outside Russia though you’re able to watch the live stream of the boxing and all you’ll need is an app called a VPN. This will unblock the MatchTV! website so you can watch in any country.

A VPN allows you to change your online location to make it look like you’re somewhere else. They’re completely legal and there to protect your privacy.

Just follow the simple steps below and you can watch the Garcia vs Murray and Davies vs Kamanga fight completely for free in any country.

How to watch Garcia vs Murray and Davies vs Kamanga online

To watch the fights you’ll need to get yourself a VPN app. VPN apps are sold by hundreds of different companies but not all support Russia which means they’re not all suitable.

Three that are suitable for watching the fights are:

  1. ExpressVPN
  2. NordVPN
  3. VyprVPN

I’ve been using ExpressVPN because I find them a bit easier to use and more reliable but you can use any. Just follow the steps below to watch the boxing.

  1. Visit the VPN service you selected, for example ExpressVPN by clicking here and sign up for their service.
  2. Go to the ‘Products’ section of their website and download the correct app for your type of device. For Android and Apple iOS devices you can also search your regular app store for ‘ExpressVPN’ and install from there.ExpressVPN Products
  3. Open the app and press Choose Location. Then press All, then Europe and finally tap on Russia.
  4. The app should automatically connect for you but if not just press the large Connect button.
  5. Once the app has connected open your web browser and head to the Match TV website.

ExpressVPN Russia

You’ll now be able to stream both the boxing fights between Roberto Garcia and Martin Murray and Ohara Davies and Paul Kamanga.

It works on any type of devices from computers running Windows or Mac OS to tablets and phones using Android or Apple iOS. There is even a Fire TV and Firestick app on the ExpressVPN service which will let you watch on your Amazon stick using Silk Browser.

When you’ve finished watching the boxing live from the o2 arena in London you can simply disconnect. It’s worth keeping hold of the VPN service though because you can watch other big fights coming up too.

When are the fights shown

Roberto Garcia vs Martin Murray and Ohara Davies vs Paul Kamanga will take place on Saturday, 23rd June 2018.

The event is taking place in London, England at the o2 arena.

Live coverage will kick off from 10:10 pm (BST) which is the local time in the UK. You can connect to the VPN as detailed earlier in the guide from a few minutes before this time and visit the MatchTV! website to watch live.

The Garcia vs Murray fight is for the WBC Silver Middleweight title which Garcia currently holds. Having a 13 win streak going right back to 2010 means that Garcia is in a good position to retain his title.

However, Murray recently missed out on a chance at the WBO Middleweight World so will be aiming to make amends and strip Garcia of the title he’s held for so long.

Murray was billed to take on Billy Joe Saunders but after pulling out for the second time, Garcia makes a decent replacement. Garcia isn’t phased though and rates his chances of retaining his title highly. Claiming he isn’t scared of Murray and well above Saunders in quality it will make for a great showdown in front of Garcia’s legendary promoter, Don King.

Following up the fight is Ohara Davies vs Paul Kamanga. Davies was originally billed to fight Josh Leather who also pulled out, however the Congolese replacement Kamanga looks like a decent opponent. With 21 wins from 22 fights, he’s going to be no pushover.

Davies is known for running his mouth though and doesn’t seem phased by boxing the African. It’ll be interesting to see who comes out on top as Davies has a lot of face to lose should Kamanga cause an upset.

Recap Watch Garcia vs Murray and Davies vs Kamanga

If you want to watch Garcia vs Murray and Davies vs Kamanga live online without the need for an expensive cable subscription or PPV then you’ll need a VPN.

A VPN app will allow you to tap into the Russian live stream of the fight and watch for free anywhere in the world.

I recommend you sign up for ExpressVPN to watch the fight. You can get their service by clicking the orange button below. Once you’ve signed up, download their app, connect to Russia and then you can watch the fight live on MatchTV! in any country.

Which fight are you most looking forward to seeing and more importantly, who do you think will win? Let me know in the comments section below, it would be great to hear your thoughts.

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