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Miguel Marriaga vs. Shakur Stevenson Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue, Fight Card

Miguel Marriaga vs. Shakur Stevenson Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue, Fight Card

Miguel Marriaga vs. Shakur Stevenson - Miguel Marriaga vs. Shakur Stevenson Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue, Fight Card

Shakur Stevenson, the 22-year-old phenom on the cusp of pound-for-pound significance, will make the primary barrier of his WBO featherweight world title Saturday, March 14, against three-time world title challenger Miguel “Escorpión” Marriaga at Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden.




The Stevenson-Marriaga co-highlight will see previous junior featherweight best on the planet Jessie Magdaleno battle the unbeaten Sakaria Lukas in a 10-round featherweight standoff. Stevenson-Marriaga and Magdaleno-Lukas will be broadcast LIVE on ESPN and ESPN Deportes starting at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT.

Miguel Marriaga vs. Shakur Stevenson: Date, Time, Venue, Live Stream

  • Date: Saturday, March 14, 2020
  • Time:  10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT.
  • Venue: Madison Square Garden
  • Location: New York, New York, USA
  • Live Stream: FuboTV (Try For Nothing)

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Stevenson (13-0, 7 KOs), the pride of “Block City”, Newark, N.J., was the main male fighter from the 2016 Rio Olympics to win an expert world title. Last October, he bested Joet Gonzalez through consistent choice to win the empty WBO featherweight world title. The Gonzalez win punctuated a flag year for the Olympic silver medalist, who likewise vanquished previous world title challenger Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz on the Terence Crawford-Amir Khan PPV undercard. Last July, he featured an ESPN broadcast before a revering old neighborhood horde of more than 5,000 at Prudential Center, taking out Alberto Guevara in three rounds.

Marriaga (29-3, 25 KOs), one of the division’s hardest punchers, is trusting the fourth chance will be the one. He missed the mark in past world title difficulties against Vasiliy Lomachenko, Oscar Valdez and Nicholas Walters, however he’s riding a four-session series of wins (all by KO). He last battled in December 2019, taking out Alfredo Mejia Vargas with a body shot. A local of Arjona, Colombia, he’s been exploring Stevenson as a potential adversary.




Magdaleno (27-1, 18 KOs) is 2-0 as a featherweight since losing his lesser featherweight world title to Isaac Dogboe in perhaps the best battle of 2018. A local of Las Vegas, he is falling off a consistent specialized choice over Rafael Rivera last August in Los Angeles. Lukas (23-0, 16 KOs), from Namibia, is one boxing’s best-kept insider facts, a nine-year professional who has three knockouts in his last four battles.

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