An interesting non-title fight is taking place this weekend. Efe Ajagba (18-1, 13 KOs) takes on Joe Goodall (10-1-1, 9 KOs) in a heavyweight bout that’s likely to end in a stoppage. This is Ajagba’s first boxing match since he fought Zhan Kossobutskiy in August, a fight that ended with Kossobutskiy’s disqualification in the fourth round from repeated low blows. Goodall’s record shows that he likes to end matches early with headshots rather than low blows, so this match should be more interesting than the Kossobutskiy affair.
Efe Ajagba vs. Joe Goodall takes place at 11:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, November 4. It will be live streamed exclusively on ESPN+. Here’s everything you need to know to watch boxing online this weekend.
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This card is going to broadcast on ESPN+. ESPN+ has been live streaming boxing matches for a few years now, mostly in partnership with Top Rank Boxing. ESPN+ occasionally has PPV events, but a lot of boxing is streamed as a standard part of an ESPN+ subscription. Unfortunately there is no ESPN+ free trial, but there are a few ways to save money on a subscription. ESPN+ is $10 per month or $100 per year. You can also buy the Disney Bundle, which gets you ESPN+, Disney+ and Hulu for $13 per month.
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