Ruiz vs Joshua Fight

Ruiz vs Joshua Fight: The clock is ticking as boxing fans around the world prepare for Joshua vs Ruiz 2 on Saturday night – but will the rematch live up to the hype? We’re expecting a thriller, as the British boxer, 30, looks to reclaim his WBA, IBF and WBO world titles having suffered a shock defeat to the Mexican in New York last June.

Ruiz vs Joshua Live Stream

Joshua was unbeaten until the unfancied Ruiz Jr. stepped in as last minute replacement for Jarrell Miller, who failed three drug tests. Jaws hit the floor (literally) when Ruiz proved too much for Joshua in the Round 7.

Could Saturday night serve up another big upset? Joshua says he’s “going to stay cool and focused” in an attempt to pick off his unpredictable opponent in clinical style.

Ruiz, meanwhile, says he’s “ready to rock ‘n’ roll”, and that having starting training at the age of six to win championship belts, he’ll “die trying to keep them”.

Want to watch the nail-biting slugfest live? Here’s how to live stream Joshua v Ruiz 2 on Saturday night wherever you are…
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 live in the UK

The dust-up in the desert takes place on Saturday 7th December at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia. The action starts at 9pm GMT – midnight in Saudi Arabia. The ring-walks should take place around 8.45pm GMT.

British boxing fans can watch the fight live on Sky Sports Box Office, Sky’s pay-per-view channel. The fight costs £24.95, which includes the main event and undercard, featuring Dillian Whyte vs Mariusz Wach, among others.

In a generous move, Sky Sports Boxing Facebook and YouTube channels will be showing an hour of build-up – including Mahammadrasul Majidov vs Tom Little – for free from 4pm GMT.

Not a Sky subscriber? You can still watch Anthony’s Joshua make-or-break fight with Andy Ruiz Jr. on your PC/desktop/Mac, NOW TV Box, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet.

Josha vs Ruiz 2 for £24.95 at Sky Box Office
If you’re a sports fan, you won’t want to miss the desert dust-up between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr on Saturday night. Sky customers can book the fight now and watch all the action live on the Sky Box Office channel. Not a Sky customer? You can still order and watch on a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet.

Download the Sky Sports Box Office app (iOS/Android) and log in to watch there. You can access the stream on your Now TV Smart Stick or your Now TV box. (Note: the Sky Sports Box Office app isn’t available on the white Now TV Box).

You can also watch online through the Sky Sports Box Office website. If you don’t have a Box Office account, you’ll be able to sign up and buy the fight. Visit Sky Sports Box Office to sign up and pay. You’ll get full access to all the drama live plus repeat showings.
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 live stream from abroad using a VPN

Even if you’ve paid to watch Joshua v Ruiz 2, trying to access streams from outside your territory – if you’re on holiday or working abroad, for example – is a problem. These services know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block you – even if you’re a national of one of these countries.

So, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to help you get around this obstacle. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, such that the servers and services you’re accessing aren’t aware of what you’re doing. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.

VPNs are as useful for banking as they are at trying to watch video content or access websites that people in your location are not supposed to do. So, whether you want to watch live football, enjoy another country’s Netflix library or just keep your browsing data private, then they’re well worth considering.

There are many VPN providers out there, with some more reliable and safe than others. As a rule, we’d suggest a paid-for service and would recommend the following:

– ExpressVPN

You can get three months free when you sign up to a year-long plan, bringing VPN access to smart devices including the Amazon Fire TV Stick, laptops, TVs and both Android and iOS mobiles and tablets.

– NordVPN

Which comes in at as little as £2.29 per month and features 24/7 assistance

Once you’ve made your choice, all you need to do is sign in to your VPN service through whichever device you’d like to use to watch the fight.

When prompted to select a server, you need to pick one which is based in the country whose content you’d like to access. Then navigate to the relevant video streaming app or website and you’re in.
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in the US

The undercard is set to begin at 11am ET, with the main event – Britain’s Anthony Joshua vs Mexico’s Andy Ruiz Jr. – slated for 4pm, ET.

The fight is not available via traditional pay-per-view channels in the US or Canada. Instead, fans in those territories can watch the fight online via DAZN, a global sports live streaming service.

Not a DAZN subscriber? Sign up for a monthly pass for $19.99 (pause or cancel at any time) or an annual pass for $99.99, which includes live events, highlights and original documentaries.

DAZN sports streaming $19.99 for a monthly pass
DAZN is available on a variety of platforms, including iOS/Android app, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, as well as through traditional internet browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari (just go to DAZN.com and sign up).
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in Canada

As in the US, global sports streaming service DAZN has the exclusive rights to Joshua vs Ruiz 2 in Canada.

But unlike US fans, Canadian DAZN viewers are offered a free one month trial. If you’ve not previously used DAZN, you can watch the fight for free!

Subscription to Canadian DAZN costs $20 per month or $150 per year. If you are outside Canada at the time of the fight, you can always get a VPN and log into your account from anywhere in the world.
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in Australia

The Joshua vs Ruiz rematch is being streamed exclusively by Main Event, with the coverage due to start at 4am AEST on Sunday, 8th December. The Joshua vs Ruiz fight should start at 9am AEST.

Ruiz vs Joshua LivE

Ruiz vs Joshua Live : The clock is ticking as boxing fans around the world prepare for Joshua vs Ruiz 2 on Saturday night – but will the rematch live up to the hype? We’re expecting a thriller, as the British boxer, 30, looks to reclaim his WBA, IBF and WBO world titles having suffered a shock defeat to the Mexican in New York last June.

Ruiz vs Joshua Live Stream

Joshua was unbeaten until the unfancied Ruiz Jr. stepped in as last minute replacement for Jarrell Miller, who failed three drug tests. Jaws hit the floor (literally) when Ruiz proved too much for Joshua in the Round 7.

Could Saturday night serve up another big upset? Joshua says he’s “going to stay cool and focused” in an attempt to pick off his unpredictable opponent in clinical style.

Ruiz, meanwhile, says he’s “ready to rock ‘n’ roll”, and that having starting training at the age of six to win championship belts, he’ll “die trying to keep them”.

Want to watch the nail-biting slugfest live? Here’s how to live stream Joshua v Ruiz 2 on Saturday night wherever you are…
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 live in the UK

The dust-up in the desert takes place on Saturday 7th December at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia. The action starts at 9pm GMT – midnight in Saudi Arabia. The ring-walks should take place around 8.45pm GMT.

British boxing fans can watch the fight live on Sky Sports Box Office, Sky’s pay-per-view channel. The fight costs £24.95, which includes the main event and undercard, featuring Dillian Whyte vs Mariusz Wach, among others.

In a generous move, Sky Sports Boxing Facebook and YouTube channels will be showing an hour of build-up – including Mahammadrasul Majidov vs Tom Little – for free from 4pm GMT.

Not a Sky subscriber? You can still watch Anthony’s Joshua make-or-break fight with Andy Ruiz Jr. on your PC/desktop/Mac, NOW TV Box, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet.

Josha vs Ruiz 2 for £24.95 at Sky Box Office
If you’re a sports fan, you won’t want to miss the desert dust-up between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr on Saturday night. Sky customers can book the fight now and watch all the action live on the Sky Box Office channel. Not a Sky customer? You can still order and watch on a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet.

Download the Sky Sports Box Office app (iOS/Android) and log in to watch there. You can access the stream on your Now TV Smart Stick or your Now TV box. (Note: the Sky Sports Box Office app isn’t available on the white Now TV Box).

You can also watch online through the Sky Sports Box Office website. If you don’t have a Box Office account, you’ll be able to sign up and buy the fight. Visit Sky Sports Box Office to sign up and pay. You’ll get full access to all the drama live plus repeat showings.
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 live stream from abroad using a VPN

Even if you’ve paid to watch Joshua v Ruiz 2, trying to access streams from outside your territory – if you’re on holiday or working abroad, for example – is a problem. These services know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block you – even if you’re a national of one of these countries.

So, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to help you get around this obstacle. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, such that the servers and services you’re accessing aren’t aware of what you’re doing. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.

VPNs are as useful for banking as they are at trying to watch video content or access websites that people in your location are not supposed to do. So, whether you want to watch live football, enjoy another country’s Netflix library or just keep your browsing data private, then they’re well worth considering.

There are many VPN providers out there, with some more reliable and safe than others. As a rule, we’d suggest a paid-for service and would recommend the following:

– ExpressVPN

You can get three months free when you sign up to a year-long plan, bringing VPN access to smart devices including the Amazon Fire TV Stick, laptops, TVs and both Android and iOS mobiles and tablets.

– NordVPN

Which comes in at as little as £2.29 per month and features 24/7 assistance

Once you’ve made your choice, all you need to do is sign in to your VPN service through whichever device you’d like to use to watch the fight.

When prompted to select a server, you need to pick one which is based in the country whose content you’d like to access. Then navigate to the relevant video streaming app or website and you’re in.
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in the US

The undercard is set to begin at 11am ET, with the main event – Britain’s Anthony Joshua vs Mexico’s Andy Ruiz Jr. – slated for 4pm, ET.

The fight is not available via traditional pay-per-view channels in the US or Canada. Instead, fans in those territories can watch the fight online via DAZN, a global sports live streaming service.

Not a DAZN subscriber? Sign up for a monthly pass for $19.99 (pause or cancel at any time) or an annual pass for $99.99, which includes live events, highlights and original documentaries.

DAZN sports streaming $19.99 for a monthly pass
DAZN is available on a variety of platforms, including iOS/Android app, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, as well as through traditional internet browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari (just go to DAZN.com and sign up).
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in Canada

As in the US, global sports streaming service DAZN has the exclusive rights to Joshua vs Ruiz 2 in Canada.

But unlike US fans, Canadian DAZN viewers are offered a free one month trial. If you’ve not previously used DAZN, you can watch the fight for free!

Subscription to Canadian DAZN costs $20 per month or $150 per year. If you are outside Canada at the time of the fight, you can always get a VPN and log into your account from anywhere in the world.
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in Australia

The Joshua vs Ruiz rematch is being streamed exclusively by Main Event, with the coverage due to start at 4am AEST on Sunday, 8th December. The Joshua vs Ruiz fight should start at 9am AEST.

Ruiz vs Joshua

Ruiz vs Joshua : Saturday night – but will the rematch live up to the hype? We’re expecting a thriller, as the British boxer, 30, looks to reclaim his WBA, IBF and WBO world titles having suffered a shock defeat to the Mexican in New York last June.

Ruiz vs Joshua Live Stream

Joshua was unbeaten until the unfancied Ruiz Jr. stepped in as last minute replacement for Jarrell Miller, who failed three drug tests. Jaws hit the floor (literally) when Ruiz proved too much for Joshua in the Round 7.

Could Saturday night serve up another big upset? Joshua says he’s “going to stay cool and focused” in an attempt to pick off his unpredictable opponent in clinical style.

Ruiz, meanwhile, says he’s “ready to rock ‘n’ roll”, and that having starting training at the age of six to win championship belts, he’ll “die trying to keep them”.

Want to watch the nail-biting slugfest live? Here’s how to live stream Joshua v Ruiz 2 on Saturday night wherever you are…
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 live in the UK

The dust-up in the desert takes place on Saturday 7th December at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia. The action starts at 9pm GMT – midnight in Saudi Arabia. The ring-walks should take place around 8.45pm GMT.

British boxing fans can watch the fight live on Sky Sports Box Office, Sky’s pay-per-view channel. The fight costs £24.95, which includes the main event and undercard, featuring Dillian Whyte vs Mariusz Wach, among others.

In a generous move, Sky Sports Boxing Facebook and YouTube channels will be showing an hour of build-up – including Mahammadrasul Majidov vs Tom Little – for free from 4pm GMT.

Not a Sky subscriber? You can still watch Anthony’s Joshua make-or-break fight with Andy Ruiz Jr. on your PC/desktop/Mac, NOW TV Box, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet.

Josha vs Ruiz 2 for £24.95 at Sky Box Office
If you’re a sports fan, you won’t want to miss the desert dust-up between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr on Saturday night. Sky customers can book the fight now and watch all the action live on the Sky Box Office channel. Not a Sky customer? You can still order and watch on a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet.

Download the Sky Sports Box Office app (iOS/Android) and log in to watch there. You can access the stream on your Now TV Smart Stick or your Now TV box. (Note: the Sky Sports Box Office app isn’t available on the white Now TV Box).

You can also watch online through the Sky Sports Box Office website. If you don’t have a Box Office account, you’ll be able to sign up and buy the fight. Visit Sky Sports Box Office to sign up and pay. You’ll get full access to all the drama live plus repeat showings.
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 live stream from abroad using a VPN

Even if you’ve paid to watch Joshua v Ruiz 2, trying to access streams from outside your territory – if you’re on holiday or working abroad, for example – is a problem. These services know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block you – even if you’re a national of one of these countries.

So, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to help you get around this obstacle. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, such that the servers and services you’re accessing aren’t aware of what you’re doing. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.

VPNs are as useful for banking as they are at trying to watch video content or access websites that people in your location are not supposed to do. So, whether you want to watch live football, enjoy another country’s Netflix library or just keep your browsing data private, then they’re well worth considering.

There are many VPN providers out there, with some more reliable and safe than others. As a rule, we’d suggest a paid-for service and would recommend the following:

– ExpressVPN

You can get three months free when you sign up to a year-long plan, bringing VPN access to smart devices including the Amazon Fire TV Stick, laptops, TVs and both Android and iOS mobiles and tablets.

– NordVPN

Which comes in at as little as £2.29 per month and features 24/7 assistance

Once you’ve made your choice, all you need to do is sign in to your VPN service through whichever device you’d like to use to watch the fight.

When prompted to select a server, you need to pick one which is based in the country whose content you’d like to access. Then navigate to the relevant video streaming app or website and you’re in.
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in the US

The undercard is set to begin at 11am ET, with the main event – Britain’s Anthony Joshua vs Mexico’s Andy Ruiz Jr. – slated for 4pm, ET.

The fight is not available via traditional pay-per-view channels in the US or Canada. Instead, fans in those territories can watch the fight online via DAZN, a global sports live streaming service.

Not a DAZN subscriber? Sign up for a monthly pass for $19.99 (pause or cancel at any time) or an annual pass for $99.99, which includes live events, highlights and original documentaries.

DAZN sports streaming $19.99 for a monthly pass
DAZN is available on a variety of platforms, including iOS/Android app, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, as well as through traditional internet browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari (just go to DAZN.com and sign up).
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in Canada

As in the US, global sports streaming service DAZN has the exclusive rights to Joshua vs Ruiz 2 in Canada.

But unlike US fans, Canadian DAZN viewers are offered a free one month trial. If you’ve not previously used DAZN, you can watch the fight for free!

Subscription to Canadian DAZN costs $20 per month or $150 per year. If you are outside Canada at the time of the fight, you can always get a VPN and log into your account from anywhere in the world.
Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in Australia

The Joshua vs Ruiz rematch is being streamed exclusively by Main Event, with the coverage due to start at 4am AEST on Sunday, 8th December. The Joshua vs Ruiz fight should start at 9am AEST.

Ruiz vs Joshua 2 Live

Ruiz vs Joshua 2 Live: One of the biggest fights of the decade takes place Saturday, when Andy Ruiz Jr and Anthony Joshua face off in a rematch for the unified world heavyweight championship. The rematch between Ruiz and Joshua, a 12-round showdown for the WBO, WBA and IBF world titles … Continue reading “Ruiz vs Joshua 2 Live”

The first bout in June was an upset of nearly unprecedented levels, with Ruiz knocking out Joshua despite not finding out he would be in the fight until it was about a month away. The result also garnered attention because of Ruiz’s 268-pound frame, which was much less toned than Joshua, who was more than 20 pounds lighter.

Ruiz is far more of a household name today than prior to becoming world heavyweight champion. Joshua, meanwhile, will also likely come in with some strategic changes as he tries to avenge the only loss of his professional career.

Here’s a complete guide to watching Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Anthony Joshua 2, which is available exclusively for streaming on DAZN rather than traditional pay-per-view, including start time, price and how to watch the Saudi Arabia fight in North American time zones.

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What time does Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Anthony Joshua 2 start?
Date: Saturday, Dec. 7
Start time: Noon ET | 9 a.m. PT
Main event: Approx. 3:45 p.m. ET | 12:45 p.m. PT
Because of the eight-hour time difference between Saudi Arabia and the United States, the Andy Ruiz vs. Anthony Joshua 2 fight will not be the late-night affair most boxing fans are accustomed to. The broadcast for Ruiz vs. Joshua starts at noon ET. Each fight on the undercard will run consecutively leading into the co-main event between Alexander Povetkin and Michael Hunter. Ruiz and Joshua are expected to make their ring walks at 3:45 p.m. ET, with the first bell scheduled for 4 p.m. ET.

MORE: Full betting preview for Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Anthony Joshua 2

Ruiz vs. Joshua 2 live stream: How to watch the fight in USA
The rematch between Ruiz and Joshua is not available to purchase through pay-per-view. Instead, it will be streamed exclusively on DAZN in the U.S. and Canada.

DAZN can be streamed on Amazon Fire, AppleTV, Google Chromecast, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Roku, iOS, Android and many smart TVs. The service can also be accessed online via DAZN.com using browsers like Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer and Firefox.

Comcast customers can sign up for DAZN on Xfinity Flex.

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Why is the Ruiz vs. Joshua fight in Saudi Arabia?
Likely the strangest thing about the Ruiz vs. Joshua rematch is the venue: a 15,000-seat outdoor stadium in Saudi Arabia custom-built for the fight.

The decision to hold the bout in Saudi Arabia was highly controversial due to the country’s continual human rights violations. Matchroom Boxing organizer Eddie Hearn defends the decision by calling attention to other sports that are coming to Saudi Arabia and, more pertinently, by saying Saudi Arabia was the venue that would maximize profits for the fighters and growth for the sport.

How much does the Ruiz vs. Joshua 2 fight cost?
1 month DAZN subscription: $19.99
1 year DAZN subscription: $99.99
A subscription to DAZN is required to watch the Ruiz vs. Joshua fight. The annual pass costs $99.99 while the monthly subscription costs $19.99. (In Canada, a subscription is $20 CAD per month or $150 CAD per year.) Along with DAZN live events, subscribers to the annual pass are given access to highlights, replays, behind-the-scenes features, original shows and live reports.

For users with an existing account, the fight is included in your subscription.

Join DAZN to watch Ruiz vs. Joshua 2 & 100+ fight nights a year

Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Anthony Joshua 2 card
Matchup Class Belt
Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Anthony Joshua Heavyweight IBF, WBA (super), WBO
Alexander Povetkin vs. Michael Hunter Heavyweight —
Dillian Whyte vs. Mariusz Wach Heavyweight —
Filip Hrgovic vs. Eric Molina Heavyweight —
Magomedrasul Majidov vs. Tom Little Heavyweight —

Ruiz vs Joshua 2

Ruiz vs Joshua 2: The Clash on the Dunes is almost here as Andy Ruiz Jr. and Anthony Joshua will meet in their highly anticipated rematch in Saudi Arabia on Saturday. The stage is finally set for the biggest rematch of the year. Fans can stream Ruiz vs Joshua 2 on DAZN. The undercard event begins at noon ET.

Could Saturday night serve up another big upset? Joshua says he’s “going to stay cool and focused” in an attempt to pick off his unpredictable opponent in clinical style.

Ruiz, meanwhile, says he’s “ready to rock ‘n’ roll”, and that having starting training at the age of six to win championship belts, he’ll “die trying to keep them”.

Want to watch the nail-biting slugfest live? Here’s how to live stream Joshua v Ruiz 2 on Saturday night wherever you are…

Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 live in the UK

The dust-up in the desert takes place on Saturday 7th December at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia. The action starts at 9pm GMT – midnight in Saudi Arabia. The ring-walks should take place around 8.45pm GMT.

British boxing fans can watch the fight live on Sky Sports Box Office, Sky’s pay-per-view channel. The fight costs £24.95, which includes the main event and undercard, featuring Dillian Whyte vs Mariusz Wach, among others.

In a generous move, Sky Sports Boxing Facebook and YouTube channels will be showing an hour of build-up – including Mahammadrasul Majidov vs Tom Little – for free from 4pm GMT.

Not a Sky subscriber? You can still watch Anthony’s Joshua make-or-break fight with Andy Ruiz Jr. on your PC/desktop/Mac, NOW TV Box, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet.

Josha vs Ruiz 2 for £24.95 at Sky Box Office
If you’re a sports fan, you won’t want to miss the desert dust-up between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr on Saturday night. Sky customers can book the fight now and watch all the action live on the Sky Box Office channel. Not a Sky customer? You can still order and watch on a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet.

Download the Sky Sports Box Office app (iOS/Android) and log in to watch there. You can access the stream on your Now TV Smart Stick or your Now TV box. (Note: the Sky Sports Box Office app isn’t available on the white Now TV Box).

You can also watch online through the Sky Sports Box Office website. If you don’t have a Box Office account, you’ll be able to sign up and buy the fight. Visit Sky Sports Box Office to sign up and pay. You’ll get full access to all the drama live plus repeat showings.

Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 live stream from abroad using a VPN

Even if you’ve paid to watch Joshua v Ruiz 2, trying to access streams from outside your territory – if you’re on holiday or working abroad, for example – is a problem. These services know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block you – even if you’re a national of one of these countries.

So, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to help you get around this obstacle. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, such that the servers and services you’re accessing aren’t aware of what you’re doing. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.

VPNs are as useful for banking as they are at trying to watch video content or access websites that people in your location are not supposed to do. So, whether you want to watch live football, enjoy another country’s Netflix library or just keep your browsing data private, then they’re well worth considering.

There are many VPN providers out there, with some more reliable and safe than others. As a rule, we’d suggest a paid-for service and would recommend the following:

– ExpressVPN

You can get three months free when you sign up to a year-long plan, bringing VPN access to smart devices including the Amazon Fire TV Stick, laptops, TVs and both Android and iOS mobiles and tablets.

– NordVPN

Which comes in at as little as £2.29 per month and features 24/7 assistance

Once you’ve made your choice, all you need to do is sign in to your VPN service through whichever device you’d like to use to watch the fight.

When prompted to select a server, you need to pick one which is based in the country whose content you’d like to access. Then navigate to the relevant video streaming app or website and you’re in.

Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in the US

The undercard is set to begin at 11am ET, with the main event – Britain’s Anthony Joshua vs Mexico’s Andy Ruiz Jr. – slated for 4pm, ET.

The fight is not available via traditional pay-per-view channels in the US or Canada. Instead, fans in those territories can watch the fight online via DAZN, a global sports live streaming service.

Not a DAZN subscriber? Sign up for a monthly pass for $19.99 (pause or cancel at any time) or an annual pass for $99.99, which includes live events, highlights and original documentaries.

DAZN sports streaming $19.99 for a monthly pass
DAZN is available on a variety of platforms, including iOS/Android app, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, as well as through traditional internet browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari (just go to DAZN.com and sign up).

Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in Canada

As in the US, global sports streaming service DAZN has the exclusive rights to Joshua vs Ruiz 2 in Canada.

But unlike US fans, Canadian DAZN viewers are offered a free one month trial. If you’ve not previously used DAZN, you can watch the fight for free!

Subscription to Canadian DAZN costs $20 per month or $150 per year. If you are outside Canada at the time of the fight, you can always get a VPN and log into your account from anywhere in the world.

Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in Australia

The Joshua vs Ruiz rematch is being streamed exclusively by Main Event, with the coverage due to start at 4am AEST on Sunday, 8th December. The Joshua vs Ruiz fight should start at 9am AEST.

The fight costs $49.95 via Foxtel – click here to buy online. Replays at 3pm, 9pm and every 6 hours from 6am.

Watch Joshua v Ruiz 2 in the rest of the world

DAZN also holds the rights to Joshua vs Ruiz 2 in the Austria, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, Canada, Italy, Spain, and Brazil.

What’s more, DAZN offers non-US subscribers a free 30-day trial. So if you’ve not previously used DAZN, you can watch the fight for free provided you’re in one of those countries!

And if you’re out of the country, simply use a VPN. Of course, the commentary will be in the local language – English in Canada, German in Germany, and so on.

Anthony Joshua v Andy Ruiz Jr. 2: the undercard for Saturday 7th December 2019

Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua – 9pm (WBA Super, IBF, WBO, IBO world heavyweight titles.

Alexander Povetkin vs Michael Hunter (heavyweight)

Dillian Whyte vs Mariusz Wach (WBC interim heavyweight title)

Filip Hrgovic vs Eric Molina (WBC international heavyweight title)

Mahammadrasul Majidov vs Tom Little – 4pm (Shown free on Sky Sports Boxing Facebook and YouTube channels)

European Film Awards 2019 Live

European Film Awards 2019 Live:the European Film Awards ceremony in Berlin this year! Watch the live stream of the 32nd European Film Awards on 7 December 2019 starting with the red carpet at 17.00 hrs CET, show starting 19.00 hrs CET. 2019 ceremony “European Film Awards” together with many other protagonists of European cinema such as Wim Wenders and Agnieszka Holland.

In 1988, when the Berlin Wall still divided the city, a group of prestigious European filmmakers – members of the European Film Academy – joined forces to defend independent European cinema. They created the European Film Awards which each year nominates the best European film, actor, actress, director, etc.

More than 30 years later, the European Film Awards have become part of the cinematic landscape. Here’s a quick look at the main contenders tipped to walk away with the coveted prizes.

European Film Awards

December 7, 2019
This year hosted in Berlin, four of the six EFA Best Film nominees have been submitted for the Academy Awards’ Best International Foreign Film — “Les Misérables,” Almodovar’s “Pain and Glory,” “System Crasher” and “The Traitor.” Transatlantic co-production “The Favorite” already lived up to its name as a ten-category nominee at the 2019 Oscars, while the inclusion of Roman Polanski’s Venice winner “An Officer and a Spy” could cause further controversy. The Academy announces its International Foreign Film shortlist on December 16.

IDA Documentary Awards Ceremony

December 7, 2019
At this year’s IDA Awards, Netflix is particularly well represented, with three nominees across the prestige Feature and Short categories; National Geographic and Neon both pop up twice in Features. In terms of Oscar connections, the IDA and the Academy both selected the same Documentary Feature award winner in 2016 and 2014, likewise doubling up on Documentary Short recipients in 2016.

Los Angeles Film Critics Awards

December 8, 2019
The LAFCAs have been watched more closely than usual in recent years, thanks to having selected eventual Oscar winners “Spotlight” and then “Moonlight” in 2016 and 2017 — the Gotham Awards, which have a similar reputation for similar reasons, gave top honors to “Marriage Story” on December 2, while the December 4 New York Film Critics Awards, which usually diverges from Academy sentiment, elevated “The Irishman” instead.

Nominees: Critics Choice Film and TV Awards


December 8, 2019
Want to know who’s getting nominated for the most high profile Oscars? Don’t even blink — all of 2019’s Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress were already on Critics Choice shortlists, as were four of five picks for Best Director, Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress; winners of the latter two awards received Oscars for the very same. The 2020 Awards ceremony is held on.

System Crasher, the only film directed by a woman, is an outsider in the Best Film category. Nora Fingscheidt is unknown outside Germany but that may soon change. System Crasher is a portrait of a nine-year-old child, Benni, abandoned by her mother who suffers from sudden violent outbursts. It’s an emotionally intense film, thanks mainly to Elena Zengel’s performance as Benni which has won her a nomination for the Best Actress Award.

Another outsider is Ladj Ly’s powerful film Les Misérables, a film that plunges the audience into a Parisian suburb without drawing a moral line between good and evil. One hundred and fifty years after the Victor Hugo classic, poverty is still an issue. The film received the Jury Prize at Cannes and is the favourite to win the Best First Film Award.

European Film Awards Live:the European Film Awards ceremony in Berlin this year! Watch the live stream of the 32nd European Film Awards on 7 December 2019 starting with the red carpet at 17.00 hrs CET, show starting 19.00 hrs CET. 2019 ceremony “European Film Awards” together with many other protagonists of European cinema such as Wim Wenders and Agnieszka Holland.

European Film Awards 2019

The European Film Awards have been presented annually since 1988 by the European Film Academy to recognize excellence in European cinematic achievements. The awards are given in 19 categories, of which the most important is the Best Film.

In 1988, when the Berlin Wall still divided the city, a group of prestigious European filmmakers – members of the European Film Academy – joined forces to defend independent European cinema. They created the European Film Awards which each year nominates the best European film, actor, actress, director, etc.

More than 30 years later, the European Film Awards have become part of the cinematic landscape. Here’s a quick look at the main contenders tipped to walk away with the coveted prizes.

European Film Awards

December 7, 2019
This year hosted in Berlin, four of the six EFA Best Film nominees have been submitted for the Academy Awards’ Best International Foreign Film — “Les Misérables,” Almodovar’s “Pain and Glory,” “System Crasher” and “The Traitor.” Transatlantic co-production “The Favorite” already lived up to its name as a ten-category nominee at the 2019 Oscars, while the inclusion of Roman Polanski’s Venice winner “An Officer and a Spy” could cause further controversy. The Academy announces its International Foreign Film shortlist on December 16.

IDA Documentary Awards Ceremony

December 7, 2019
At this year’s IDA Awards, Netflix is particularly well represented, with three nominees across the prestige Feature and Short categories; National Geographic and Neon both pop up twice in Features. In terms of Oscar connections, the IDA and the Academy both selected the same Documentary Feature award winner in 2016 and 2014, likewise doubling up on Documentary Short recipients in 2016.

Los Angeles Film Critics Awards

December 8, 2019
The LAFCAs have been watched more closely than usual in recent years, thanks to having selected eventual Oscar winners “Spotlight” and then “Moonlight” in 2016 and 2017 — the Gotham Awards, which have a similar reputation for similar reasons, gave top honors to “Marriage Story” on December 2, while the December 4 New York Film Critics Awards, which usually diverges from Academy sentiment, elevated “The Irishman” instead.

Nominees: Critics Choice Film and TV Awards


December 8, 2019
Want to know who’s getting nominated for the most high profile Oscars? Don’t even blink — all of 2019’s Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress were already on Critics Choice shortlists, as were four of five picks for Best Director, Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress; winners of the latter two awards received Oscars for the very same. The 2020 Awards ceremony is held on.

System Crasher, the only film directed by a woman, is an outsider in the Best Film category. Nora Fingscheidt is unknown outside Germany but that may soon change. System Crasher is a portrait of a nine-year-old child, Benni, abandoned by her mother who suffers from sudden violent outbursts. It’s an emotionally intense film, thanks mainly to Elena Zengel’s performance as Benni which has won her a nomination for the Best Actress Award.

Another outsider is Ladj Ly’s powerful film Les Misérables, a film that plunges the audience into a Parisian suburb without drawing a moral line between good and evil. One hundred and fifty years after the Victor Hugo classic, poverty is still an issue. The film received the Jury Prize at Cannes and is the favourite to win the Best First Film Award.

European Film Awards Live:the European Film Awards ceremony in Berlin this year! Watch the live stream of the 32nd European Film Awards on 7 December 2019 starting with the red carpet at 17.00 hrs CET, show starting 19.00 hrs CET. 2019 ceremony “European Film Awards” together with many other protagonists of European cinema such as Wim Wenders and Agnieszka Holland.

European Film Awards

European Film Awards have been presented annually since 1988 by the European Film Academy to recognize excellence in European cinematic achievements. The awards are given in 19 categories, of which the most important is the Best Film.

In 1988, when the Berlin Wall still divided the city, a group of prestigious European filmmakers – members of the European Film Academy – joined forces to defend independent European cinema. They created the European Film Awards which each year nominates the best European film, actor, actress, director, etc.

More than 30 years later, the European Film Awards have become part of the cinematic landscape. Here’s a quick look at the main contenders tipped to walk away with the coveted prizes.

European Film Awards

December 7, 2019
This year hosted in Berlin, four of the six EFA Best Film nominees have been submitted for the Academy Awards’ Best International Foreign Film — “Les Misérables,” Almodovar’s “Pain and Glory,” “System Crasher” and “The Traitor.” Transatlantic co-production “The Favorite” already lived up to its name as a ten-category nominee at the 2019 Oscars, while the inclusion of Roman Polanski’s Venice winner “An Officer and a Spy” could cause further controversy. The Academy announces its International Foreign Film shortlist on December 16.

IDA Documentary Awards Ceremony

December 7, 2019
At this year’s IDA Awards, Netflix is particularly well represented, with three nominees across the prestige Feature and Short categories; National Geographic and Neon both pop up twice in Features. In terms of Oscar connections, the IDA and the Academy both selected the same Documentary Feature award winner in 2016 and 2014, likewise doubling up on Documentary Short recipients in 2016.

Los Angeles Film Critics Awards

December 8, 2019
The LAFCAs have been watched more closely than usual in recent years, thanks to having selected eventual Oscar winners “Spotlight” and then “Moonlight” in 2016 and 2017 — the Gotham Awards, which have a similar reputation for similar reasons, gave top honors to “Marriage Story” on December 2, while the December 4 New York Film Critics Awards, which usually diverges from Academy sentiment, elevated “The Irishman” instead.

Nominees: Critics Choice Film and TV Awards


December 8, 2019
Want to know who’s getting nominated for the most high profile Oscars? Don’t even blink — all of 2019’s Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress were already on Critics Choice shortlists, as were four of five picks for Best Director, Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress; winners of the latter two awards received Oscars for the very same. The 2020 Awards ceremony is held on.

System Crasher, the only film directed by a woman, is an outsider in the Best Film category. Nora Fingscheidt is unknown outside Germany but that may soon change. System Crasher is a portrait of a nine-year-old child, Benni, abandoned by her mother who suffers from sudden violent outbursts. It’s an emotionally intense film, thanks mainly to Elena Zengel’s performance as Benni which has won her a nomination for the Best Actress Award.

Another outsider is Ladj Ly’s powerful film Les Misérables, a film that plunges the audience into a Parisian suburb without drawing a moral line between good and evil. One hundred and fifty years after the Victor Hugo classic, poverty is still an issue. The film received the Jury Prize at Cannes and is the favourite to win the Best First Film Award.

European Film Awards Live:the European Film Awards ceremony in Berlin this year! Watch the live stream of the 32nd European Film Awards on 7 December 2019 starting with the red carpet at 17.00 hrs CET, show starting 19.00 hrs CET. 2019 ceremony “European Film Awards” together with many other protagonists of European cinema such as Wim Wenders and Agnieszka Holland.