Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia is set to take place on Saturday, December 5, at 9 PM EST (6 PM PST / 2 AM GMT). The fight sees undefeated unified welterweight champion Errol “The Truth” Spence Jr. (26-0, 21 KOs) returning to defend his titles against the two-division world champion Danny “Swift” Garcia (36-2, 21 KOs). While the fight isn’t available to watch everywhere, you can bypass geo-blocking and watch it abroad with the help of a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
We’ll only be recommending official sources for watching Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia. There will be unauthorized streams of this fight but many are likely to be taken offline for violating copyright. Besides, they usually suffer from low-resolution video and excessive amounts of lag. Fortunately, you needn’t waste time on unlicensed streams. That’s because we’ll show you multiple legitimate ways in which you can watch Spence vs Garcia live online while traveling abroad.
Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia will only be shown on region-locked platforms. To continue watching via your usual home streaming services while traveling abroad, you’ll need to connect to a VPN.
How to watch Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia live online with a VPN
By connecting to a VPN server in another country, you can change your IP address. This allows you to spoof your location and stream Spence vs Garcia from anywhere, even if the fight would normally not be available in your current location.
Here’s how you can live stream Spence vs Garcia abroad using a VPN:
- Sign up with a reputable VPN provider. We recommend NordVPN. However, Surfshark and ExpressVPN are two high-quality alternatives.
- Download and install the app or browser extension for the device on which you plan to watch the Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia fight.
- Open the VPN app before connecting to a server in the US or UK, depending on which service you’d like to use to watch the event.
- Go to Fox Sports or Premier Player and sign in. If you don’t have an account, you’ll need to sign up for one.
- All content should now be unblocked in your location. If not, clear your browser’s cache and cookies before reloading your browser.
The Spence vs Garcia fight will broadcast live. As such, it’s a good idea to test your VPN with your chosen platform ahead of time. Should you encounter any issues, you’ll have time to get in touch with your VPN’s customer support who may be able to provide further assistance.
How to watch Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia on US TV
The Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia fight will be shown in the US on Fox Sports. Note that the fight is only available as a pay-per-view event. Tickets cost $74.95 USD each, which is expensive but really, your only option. On the plus side, once purchased, you’ll have the ability to watch online on the Fox website or via the Fox Sports apps.
It’s important to know that Fox is only available in the US. This means that if you’re traveling abroad, you’ll need to connect to a VPN for a US IP address. The content should then be unblocked and available to watch, no matter your location. NordVPN unblocks Fox and even includes a 30-day money-back guarantee so you can try it out risk-free.
Where else can I watch Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia online?
Boxing fans in the UK can stream Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia on Premier Sports. You can watch Premier Sports online via Premier Player. Various subscription plans are available although you’ll want to select one that includes Premier Sports 1 (the channel on which the fight will air). This costs £11.99 per month although you can save if you opt for the six-month contract (£9.99/month). An annual subscription works out even cheaper at £99 yearly.
Alternatively, if you have Sky TV or Virgin TV, you may already have access to Premier Sports 1. In which case, you’d only need to access the Sky Go or Virgin TV Go apps to watch online. Whether watching the fight via Premier Player, Sky Go, or Virgin TV, you’ll need a UK IP address if you’re accessing from abroad. To get one, simply connect to a VPN server in the UK and you’re all set.
What should I know about the Spence vs Garcia fight?
Errol Spence Jr. will be putting his WBC and IBF world welterweight titles on the line versus Danny Garcia on Saturday, December 5. Taking place at AT&T Stadium, Dallas (the home of the Dallas Cowboys) the event will see some 11,000 socially-distanced spectators in attendance. The following fights are on the undercard: Sebastian Fundora vs Jorge Cota, Josesito Lopez vs Francisco Santana, and Julio Ceja vs Eduardo Ramirez.
Who is the favorite to win the Spence vs Garcia fight?
With a record of 26-0 and 21 KOs, Errol Spence is the favorite to win this contest and retain his titles. This is despite the fact that it will be his first fight since his involvement in a car crash a little over a year ago. However, the 30-year-old favorite faces a tough matchup in Danny Garcia whose record stands at 36-2 and 21 KOs.