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Streaming Guide for the Oleksandr Usyk vs Daniel Dubois Match in the U.S and Canada

Prepare for an electrifying showdown as Ukraine's unified WBA/WBO/IBF/IBO heavyweight world champion, Oleksandr Usyk, defends his titles against the formidable WBA contender, Daniel Dubois. This exciting clash is scheduled for Saturday, August 26, at the Tarczynski Arena Wroclaw, in Wroclaw, Poland.

Promotional Poster for the Usyk vs Dubois fight on August 26th in Wroclaw, Poland
Promotional Poster for the Usyk vs Dubois fight on August 26th in Wroclaw, Poland

The determined 36-year-old left-hander, Usyk, aspires to dominate a second weight class. In celebration of Ukrainian Independence Day weekend, he'll be putting his titles at stake against Dubois, a hard-hitter from London.

K2 Promotions, in alliance with Queensberry, will showcase the Usyk-Dubois fight along with the preliminary matches. These bouts will be streamed live and exclusively on ESPN+ in the United States, starting from 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT.

Picture of the ESPN+ platform on various devices
American viewers can watch the match exclusively on ESPN+

For those based in Canada, you can tune into the action using a VPN service like ExpressVPN. All you need to do is set your IP address to the United States and stream via ESPN+.

Here are the steps to use ExpressVPN to stream ESPN+:

  1. Install the ExpressVPN app on your device.

  2. Open ExpressVPN and connect to a server located in the United States.

  3. Once connected, your IP address will appear as though you are in the United States.

  4. Visit the ESPN+ website or open the ESPN+ app.

  5. Enjoy watching the Usyk vs Dubois fight live!

Usyk (Right) and Dubois (Left) in the ring
Usyk (Right) and Dubois (Left) in the ring

Usyk, a two-time Olympian and 2012 gold medalist, ended his amateur career with a brilliant record of 335-15. He turned professional in 2013 and seized the WBO cruiserweight world title in September 2016. Two years later, in 2018, he emerged as the undisputed cruiserweight champion in the World Boxing Super Series.

After a string of victories, he is now preparing to face Dubois, a formidable opponent with a professional record of 19-1, 18 KOs, who began his career in April 2017 with a first-round knockout against Marcus Kelly. The 25-year-old power hitter is coming into this fight fresh off a third-round TKO victory over Kevin Lerena last December.

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