ELEVEN SPORTS secures live & exclusive coverage of Ruiz vs Joshua 2

ELEVEN SPORTS has secured live and exclusive coverage of the Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr rematch in Belgium, Portugal and Taiwan.

Joshua will be fighting to reclaim the IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO heavyweight titles from ‘The Destroyer’ in Saudi Arabia on Saturday December 7.

Whether Ruiz completes one of the greatest upsets in boxing history or Joshua reclaims his crown as Heavyweight Champion of the World – it promises to be an epic night.

ELEVEN SPORTS fans will be able to experience every moment of the action with a selection of pay-per-view and subscription packages on offer across the three territories.

In Belgium, fans will also have the opportunity to watch the fight in special screenings at Kinepolis cinemas around the country, in partnership with ELEVEN SPORTS.

It will be the latest in a series of high-profile fights made available to ELEVEN SPORTS customers in recent years. ELEVEN screened Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor to thousands of fans in 2017.

Danny Menken, Group Managing Director, ELEVEN SPORTS, said: “We want to bring the greatest sporting events to ELEVEN SPORTS fans, and it doesn’t get much bigger than the battle to be the heavyweight champion of the world.

“This fight is a great addition to an already very strong portfolio of rights across Belgium, Portugal and Taiwan which includes the UEFA Champions League, Premier League, La Liga, Formula 1 and much more besides. We hope our fans enjoy it!”

This story was provided by ELEVEN SPORTS

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