Cancel your weekend plans as Saturday (July 8) Showtime Boxing’s championship match is taking place. Jaron “Boots” Ennis will defend his interim title against Roiman Villa in a head-to-head bout that’ll determine who takes home the winning the title. If you weren’t able to snag a travel deal to the live event happening at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ, there are, thankfully, streaming options available to catch all all the action as it happens.
In preparation for the big night, Ennis and Villa had one last face-to-face moment before they meet again in the boxing ring.
“One last face-off before they meet in the ring,” Showtime Boxing wrote on Twitter, followed by a video of the two fighters taking the platform.
Other fighters taking to the ring will also include Edwin De Los Santos vs. Joseph Adorno (lightweights) and Yoelvis Gomez vs. Marquis Taylor (junior middleweights).
Keep reading to learn how to stream Showtime Boxing.
When and How to Watch Showtime Boxing: Ennis vs. Villa
Showtime Boxing will be airing the fight live on Saturday (July 8), which means you’ll need the Showtime channel in order to catch all the action. For those with cable, refer to you channel guide to find the Showtime of Paramount Now channel. You’ll also need a provider login if you choose to watch or stream the match through Showtime.com or on the app.
Don’t have cable? You don’t need it to watch Showtime programs, you can get 30-days free when you sign up for Paramount+. After your trial ends it’ll be $11.99/month and will give you access to hundreds of TV shows and movies within the Paramount+ and Showtime library.
Besides Showtime Boxing matches, you can look forward to watching Showtime Originals and more including Yellowjackets, The Chi, Couples Therapy, Billions, Ghosts of Beirut, Waco, Waco: The Aftermath, Dexter, Dexter: New Blood, George & Tammy, Shameless, Homeland, Penny Dreadful, The Tudors and more.
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Fans of live TV can still watch their favorite programs including Showtime Boxing without having to pay hundreds of dollars. Several streaming other options are offering great deals and free trials right now, including Sling TV, Philo and Direct TV Stream.