How to watch Jeremias Ponce vs. Lewis Ritson (6/12/2021): Time, live stream info for boxing on ...

Jeremias Ponce steps back into the ring to fight Lewis Ritson at Eagles Community Arena, Newcastle, England, on Saturday, June 12 (6/12/2021).

Ponce vs. Ritson will be broadcast exclusively on DAZN, an over-the-top live sports streaming service with a focus on boxing.

Ponce (27-0) comes into the fight having never lost. He will be eyeing a potential title fight against lightweight champion Josh Taylor if he can pull off the win against Riston.

Ritson (21-1) enters the ring for the first time since October of last year when he beat Miguel Vazquez. He has won four straight fights since he last lost in 2018. This fight will be a home fight for Ritson, who was born in Newcastle.

The fight card starts at 2 p.m. ET on DAZN, with the headlining fight expected at 5:00 p.m. ET, but plan to tune in earlier just in case the preceding fights go quick.

Here’s a look at the fight card for Saturday:

  • Lewis Ritson vs. Jeremias Ponce: Eliminator for IBF super-lightweight title
  • Cyrus Pattinson vs. Yoncho Markov
  • Thomas Patrick Ward vs. Edy Mercado
  • Alen Babic vs. Damien Chambers
  • Solomon Dacres vs. Alvaro Terrero
  • Joe Laws vs. Nestor Maradiaga
  • Ellie Scotney vs. Vanesa Caballero
  • April Hunter vs. Klaudia Vigh

What is DAZN?

DAZN is an over-the-top sports subscription video streaming service with a focus on boxing. It carries live broadcasts of fights from Golden Boy and Matchroom as well as World Boxing Super Series Bantamweight, Cruiserweight and Super Lightweight tournaments.

It also includes original and behind the scenes content, like the “40 Days” series, and an extensive archive of fights featuring greats like Oscar De La Hoya, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao.

DAZN is available on Android and iOS devices as well as Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Xbox One, and more.

How much does DAZN cost?

U.S. boxing fans can enjoy DAZN for $19.99 per month, or save more than 50% on an annual plan for $99.99 per year. Both plans include the same content.

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