Shakur Stevenson vs. Shuichiro Yoshino: Date, start time, TV channel

Start time for the fight between Shuichiro Yoshino and Shakur Stevenson is as follows: Boxing Updates Shakur Stevenson, a young boxing prodigy, is competing in his home state of New Jersey in an effort to claim a title in a different weight division. The 25-year-old will compete against Shuichiro Yoshino on April 8 at the Prudential Center for the WBC lightweight championship.

Stevenson is becoming into a star and moving up the pound-for-pound rankings, but he’s taking a risky battle against Yoshino. The Japanese puncher has a 16-0 record, with knockouts accounting for 12 of those two victories.

For the first time in his professional career, he will fight outside of his own nation and attempt to play spoiler against the growing star.

It’s a crucial battle for Stevenson because it might allow him to connect some incredibly famous people, like Devin Haney, Ryan Garcia, and Gervonta “Tank” Davis, in the future.

How to Livestream Stevenson vs Yoshino TV Channel?

  • ESPN+

Online live stream of the upcoming Top Rank boxing event will available on ESPN+. Fans will require an ESPN+ subscription of $9.99/month or £17.37/month based on their location to watch the fights online. Depending on location, there might be geo-restrictions that will require an additional VPN subscription.

Where will the event be held?

  • Venue: Prudential Center
  • Location: Newark, New Jersey

The popular Newark Central business district-based indoor arena, Prudential Center will host the upcoming Top Rank boxing event titled, Stevenson vs Yoshino. It is a popular multipurpose arena with over 19,500 seat capacity. The venue is located in New Jersey, USA.

Fight Cards:

The upcoming Saturday night boxing event’s official fight card list is listed here –

Main Card:

Preliminary Card:

  • Bruce Carrington vs. Brandon Chambers
  • Kelvin Davis vs. Nelson Morale
  • Antoine Cobb vs. Jaylan Phillips

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