Naoya Inoue vs Nonito Donaire – LIVE: Stream, UK start time, TV channel, how to watch online and latest info.

The bantamweight edition of the World Boxing Super Series reaches its end today as ‘The Monster’ Naoya Inoue fights Nonito Donaire for the Muhammad Ali trophy.

The IBF, WBA (Super) and Ring Magazine belts are all up for grabs in this unification clash which is being described as ‘Japan’s greatest ever fight’.

We’ll have round by round updates and scorecards for you, so follow our liveblog below.

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Key Points

  • Inoue comes in with a devastating 89% knockout ratio
  • Fight could be one of Donaire's last
  • Winner will lift prestigious World Boxing Super Series trophy

2019-11-07T09:56:13.430Z

Hello and welcome to The Independent's live coverage of Naoya Inoue vs Nonito Donaire!

The pair meet in the World Boxing Super Series final, with the Muhammad Ali trophy up for grabs.

Who will become the fourth man to lift it? We'll have all the coverage for you today.

  • Adam Hamdani
  • 7 November 2019 09:56

What you need to know

Which belts are on the line?

The IBF, WBA (Super) and Ring Magazine titles.

What channel is it on?

If you’re in America or around the world, it will be on DAZN, if you’re in the United Kingdom you can find it on Sky Sports Action.

What time does it start?

The main event ring walks should take place from around 12.15pm UK time, so Brits can enjoy it while having their lunch break and adjust accordingly for your time zones around the world

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