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Luke Campbell vs. Derry Mathews Fight live

Luke Campbell vs. Derry Mathews Fight live

Watch Luke Campbell vs. Derry Mathews live Fight. Luke Campbell and Derry Mathews go head-to-head on Saturday in an intriguing lightweight clash in Liverpool, England. Luke Campbell vs. Derry Mathews live You Can Watch Boxing Online Live Streaming Match on Desktops, Laptops, Mac, Tablets, Smat Phones,iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android device, Apple TV and latest browsers..Your Membership is backed by our 24X7 Customer Support. The Members’ Area is compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome! Takes only 2 minutes to get access.

Luke Campbell vs. Derry Mathews live


Also on the card, Ryan Burnett and Ryan Farrag face each other for the British bantamweight belt, while super middleweight Rocky Fielding makes his first appearance since a split-decision win over Christopher Rebrasse back in April.

When: Saturday, October 15, 9:10 p.m. BST (4:10 p.m. ET)

Where: Echo Arena, Liverpool, England

TV: Sky Sports (UK)

Live Stream: Sky Go (UK)

By Scott Gilfoid: #6 WBC lightweight contender Luke Campbell (14-1, 11 KOs) weighed in at 134 ¼ pounds for his defense of his World Boxing Council Silver strap against former world title challenger Derry Mathews (38-10-2, 20 KOs) on Saturday night at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, England.

The Campbell vs. Mathews fight is the chief support on the Tony Bellew vs. BJ Flores card. Campbell-Mathews may overshadow the main event. We’ll have to see, but I have a feeling we’re going to see more action in the Campbell vs. Mathews fight than we can ever hope to view in the Bellew-Flores fight.

The stare down was uneventful between Campbell and Mathews. They both looked at each other without emotion and without words. Mathews turned away first, as if he wasn’t into the mood to go through the motions of playing mind games. At 33, Mathews realizes that it’s useless to try and intimidate an opponent. If you don’t have the talent to back it up inside the ring on the night, then it’s a waste of time to try and get a mental edge by staring at your opponents.