What time is Naoya Inoue vs. Nonito Donaire 2 tonight? Fight time, TV channel and live stream
Inoue vs Donaire 2: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, start time, full card info
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Naoya Inoue and Nonito Donaire will have their highly-anticipated rematch on Tuesday, June 7, live from Saitama, Japan, with three bantamweight titles on the line in the sequel to 2019’s Fight of the Year.
Inoue (22-0, 19 KO) and Donaire (42-6, 28 KO) are considered the top two bantamweights in the sport today, their first fight was an instant classic, and hopes are high for more big drama in the rematch.
Here’s how you can watch the fight.
Bad Left Hook will have live, round-by-round coverage for Inoue vs Donaire 2, starting at 5:40 am ET on Tuesday, June 7 (U.S. time — for more start times keep reading).
What time will the main event start?
The start time for the main event is expected to be approximately 8 am ET. If you want to be safe, tune in around 7 am ET if you just want to see the main event. You might have to wait a bit from there, but probably won’t miss any of the action.
The pair go head-to-head for a rematch and unification clash at bantamweight.
Naoya Inoue and Nonito Donaire fight for the second time in three years as they rerun their 2019 clash tonight.
Three years ago in November, the Japanese fighter emerged as the victor in the World Boxing Super Series at 118lbs.
The fight was decided by Ring Magazine to be the fight of that year, and with three belts on the line this time around, the stakes are even higher.
The fight will be broadcast on Amazon Prime Video in Japan, while ESPN+ will show the bout in the US, and Top Rank will show the bout on their YouTube channel in the UK.
Naoya Inoue Jr. record and bio
Date of Birth: April 10, 1993
Height: 5' 5"
Total Fights: 22
Record: 22-0 (19 KOs)
Nonito Donaire Record and Bio
Date of Birth: November 16, 1982
Height: 5' 7"
Total Fights: 48
Record: 42-6 (28 KOs)
Inoue vs. Donaire fight card
Naoya Inoue vs. Nonito Donaire for the IBF, WBA, and WBC Bantamweight titles
Takuma Inoue vs. Gakuya Furuhashi for the WBO Asia Pacific and Japanese Super Bantamweight titles
Andy Hiraoka vs. Shun Akaiwa; for Hiraoka's Japanese Super Lightweight title
Toshiya Ishii vs. Hikaru Fukunaga; Super Bantamweight
Kanamu Sakama vs. Fuki Ishigaki; Light Flyweight
Minori Okamura vs. Kota Matsuno; Welterweight
Chihiro Iwashita vs. Seiru Yamana; Super Featherweight