Errol Spence Jr. vs Yordenis Ugas: how to watch the boxing anywhere


They say everything is bigger in Texas, which is a good thing because Errol “The Truth” Spence Jr. and Yordenis “54 Milagros” Ugas will command quite the audience. This Saturday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, three world titles in the welterweight division are on the line. The winner will become the unified champion at 147-pounds and start the countdown toward a future fight with WBO Champion Terence Crawford for an undisputed title. Two former world champions will also be featured on the four-fight PBC main card, preceded by a pair of preliminary fights.

Read below when, where and how to watch the Errol Spence Jr. vs Yordenis Ugas title fight from anywhere in the world.

Spence Jr vs Ugas fight details

When: Saturday, April 16, 2022

Main Card Start Time: 9 p.m. EST / 6 p.m. PSt

Location: AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas

TV Channel: Showtime PPV

PPV Cost: $74.99

Stream anywhere: Fitepass

A pair of fighters worth north of $5 million each, the two fighters look to cash in on their contest, win or lose. The pay-per-view profits are set to be split evenly, per Total Sportal, but the guaranteed earnings are anything but even. In fact, Spence Jr., 32, is guaranteed twice as much as Ugas, 36, collecting a check for $ 2 million. After factoring the PPV subscriptions, Spence Jr. is set to earn $5 million compared to $2.5 million for Ugas. Click here to order PPV fight from anywhere.

Errol Spence Jr. vs Yordenis Ugas fight preview

AT&T Stadium is almost like a second home for Spence Jr. (27-0-0, 21 KO), now providing the location for three of his last five contests. In fact, even his 2018 IBF title fight against Carlos Ocampo Manriquez was nearby at The Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas. Still, it has been nearly a year-and-a-half since he last fought, defeating Danny Garcia at AT&T Stadium in December 2021 to defend his titles. Spence was last scheduled to fight in August 2021 against Manny Pacquiao, but suffered a detached retina just weeks before the event. Now he looks to regain the momentum he had entering 2021 on his path to sitting alone atop the welterweight division.

Stepping in on short notice for Spence Jr. last summer was Ugas (27-4-0, 12 KO) who will be remembered as Pacquiao’s last boxing opponent. A month later, the legend from the Philippines announced his retirement. A one-sided affair, Pacquiao did go the distance with Ugas, who now looks for a second successful title defense in addition to adding two more belts to his collection. A veteran boxer, Ugas his first title opportunity in 2019 against Shawn Porter, a split decision result in favor of the champion Porter. He was favored by fortune the next time out in his split decision victory over Abel Ramos in 2020 for the WBA welter title.

How to stream/order Spence Jr vs Ugas PPV in the US, Canada, Australia

Saturday’s event is being broadcast live in the US on Showtime PPV, costing $74.99 for fans wanting to watch. Check out the other tritory TV Channels or Pay Per View streaming ways for PBC (Showtime PPV) Errol Spence Jr. vs. Yordenis Ugas boxing.

Country Pice TV Channel/Stream
United States $74.99 ShowTime PPV
Canada $74.95 Rogers PPV
United Kingdom £19.99 FITE.TV
New Zealand $39.99 Sky PPV
Australia $29.99 Kayo PPV
Worldwide $19.99 FITEPASS

Spence vs Ugas Fight Card and odds

  • Errol Spence Jr. (-550)  vs Yordenis Ugas (+400) – 12 Rounds – WBA, WBC, and IBF Welterweight World Championship
  • Isaac Cruz (-1600) vs Yuriorkis Gamboa (+850) – 10 Rounds
  • Jose Valenzuela (-1100) vs Francisco Vargas (+650) – 10 Rounds
  • Cody Crowley (-475) vs Josesito Lopez (+350) – 10 Rounds
  • Radzhab Butaev (-115) vs Eimantas Stanionis (-105) – Prelims
  • Brandun Lee (-2500) vs Zachary Ochoa (+1000) – Prelims

The sportsbooks favor a victory for Spence Jr. in his return to the ring, giving -550 odds for the two-belt champion. An early finish is not likely, with the over/under for rounds set at 10.5, favoring the over at -300 odds compared to +235 for the under.