Naoya Inoue vs Jason Moloney goes Saturday, October 31st, 2020 at 7:30 PM EST Naoya Inoue and Jason Moloney are set to do battle inside The Bubble at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Inoue vs Moloney will broadcast on ESPN+.The WBA and IBF bantamweight world championships are up for grabs in this prizefight that is scheduled to go for twelve rounds.
Inoue has an 84 percent knockout rate overall and has halted eight of his last ten opponents leading into this one. Conversely, Moloney is no slouch in that regard either with an overall knockout rate of 86 percent and a four-fight streak of stoppages leading into Saturday night.Inoue is the undefeated champion with the foreboding presence and Moloney has won all but one of twenty-two pro bouts; never being finished as a pro.
In Australia , Inoue vs Moloney fight How to watch
The Moloney vs Inoue fight is being shown exclusively on Main Event as a pay-per-view in Australia via Foxtel and Optus. It’ll set you back $49.95 with build up coverage beginning at 7pm. Yep, this one’s all about the PPV, we’re afraid.
If you’re desperate to watch this clash but have mistimed your holiday or trip abroad, then keep reading to see how to watch from abroad.
ESPN Official App
Since ESPN is the lead broadcaster for the Boxing games, subscribing to their services would make complete sense here. The app is available for download on the Apple and Google Play app store for $5.99 USD per month. There are many other cost-efficient ways to access this channel, including the ones we will be discussing below.
In New Zealand , Live stream Moloney vs Inoue Boxing 2020
beIN Sport is also the place to be for Boxing fans in New Zealand looking to watch all the prime European action this weekend. Free TV Chanel
Sky subscribers can add beIN to their package at an additional cost or, like in Australia, you can subscribe to a standalone package that can be watched on laptop, desktop or mobile app. It costs $19.78 per month after you’ve taken advantage of the FREE two week trial.
Watch Inoue vs Moloney fight live on Roku, iOS, Apple TV
Three-division world champion Naoya Inoue defends his WBA, IBF and Ring Magazine bantamweight titles against Jason Moloney live on ESPN+ on Saturday, October 31 (Sunday, November 1 in Australia). The scheduled for twelve rounds championship bout headlines the fight card, taking place inside the “Bubble” at MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas, NV
Three-division world champion and menacing Japanese slugger Naoya Inoue is taking his talents to America.
No, Saturday’s bantamweight title bout, as Inoue (19-0, 16 KOs) puts his WBA and IBF titles at stake against Australia’s Jason Moloney (21-1, 18 KOs) in Las Vegas won’t officially mark Inoue’s U.S. debut as a pro (he fought once in Los Angeles on a Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez undercard in 2017). It does, however, mark the first time “The Monster” will invade American soil with the backing of a major promoter and network.
In the co-feature bout Ewa Brodnicka defends her WBO women’s junior lightweight title in a ten-rounder against Mikaela Mayer. The undercard can be found below.
Following the final pre-fight press conference , the athletes step on the scales to make it official for their respective boxing bouts. The weigh-in ceremony is scheduled for Friday, October 30 at 4 pm ET / 1 pm PT. In Australia the schedule converts to Saturday, October 31 at 7 am AEDT. Boxing fans can watch the live stream on FIGHTMAG (video up top).
Fight card, odds
- Naoya Inoue (c) -900 vs. Jason Moloney +600, IBF/WBA bantamweight titles
- Ewa Brodnicka (c) vs. Mikaela Mayer, WBO junior lightweight title
- Julian Rodriguez vs. Jose Eduardo Lopez Rodriguez, junior welterweights
Moloney is a capable boxer and he certainly deserves credit for seeking out such a dangerous challenge in Inoue. It’s also worth mentioning that Inoue will be coming off an 11-month layoff in which he was forced to heal from sustained damaged suffered inside the ring for the first time.
Inoue vs Moloney fight card
Naoya Inoue vs. Jason Moloney, 12 rounds, Inoue’s WBA/IBF/Ring Magazine bantamweight world titles
Ewa Brodnicka vs. Mikaela Mayer, 10 rounds, Brodnicka’s WBO female junior lightweight world title
Robson Conceição vs. Louie Coria, 10 rounds, junior lightweight
Andres Cortes vs. George Acosta, 8 rounds, junior lightweight
Julian Rodriguez vs. Jose “Piston” Lopez, 10 rounds, junior welterweight
Jared Anderson vs. Luis Eduardo Pena, 6 rounds, heavyweight
Andy Hiraoka vs. Rickey Edwards, 8 rounds, junior welterweight
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