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April 10


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Joe Smith Jr and Maxim Vlasov are set to compete for the vacant WBO light heavyweight championship belt on Saturday night. The fight will take place at Osage Casino in Tulsa Oklahoma, and ring walks are expected Saturday night at 10:00 p.m. ET. The fight comes two months after it was postponed when Vlasov tested positive for COVID-19.

ESPN will be airing the fight in the United States. If you’re unable to watch on TV, you can live stream the event with ESPN+ and WatchESPN, or by downloading the ESPN app on your mobile device. You’ll need a subscription to watch. If you don’t have cable, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream Saturday’s light heavyweight title fight.

Smith is the No. 1 ranked contender in the WBO’s light heavyweight rankings. He is coming off a ninth round TKO victory over Eleider Álvarez at the MGM Bubble in Las Vegas. He has won two straight following a decision loss to Dmitry Bivol in a WBA title fight.

Vlasov is the No. 2 ranked contender in the WBO’s rankings. He has won three straight fights with his last coming in November 2019 — a unanimous decision victory over Emmanuel Martey. He last loss in 2018, dropping a decision to Krzysztof Glowacki, who is currently the WBO’s No. 2 cruiserweight.

How to Watch Smith vs Vlasov

Date: Saturday, April 10 | Start Time: 10:00 pm ET (Main) / 5:30 pm ET (Undercard)
Location: Osage Casino – Tulsa, OK
Streaming: ESPN+ | TV: ESPN (Main)

Smith is coming off of a career year in 2020, when he beat Jesse Hart and Eleider Alvarez back-to-back, while Vlasov hasn’t fought since Nov. 2019 and recently had a positive COVID test, which pushed this fight back from its February date.

Prelim action starts at 5:30 pm ET on ESPN+ and features Robson Conceicao, Albert Bell, Sonny Conto, Duke Ragan, and more.

Joe Smith and Maxim Vlasov are set to face off in the ring Saturday for the WBO light heavyweight title. We break down when the fight starts and how to watch the full card.

Joe Smith Jr. fell short of becoming a champion in the only time he challenged for a world title, but that was against the undefeated Dmitry Bivol. So, there’s no shame in that.

Now, more than two years since that loss, the blue collar bruiser will once again look to become a world champion when he clashes with Maxim Vlasov for the vacant WBO light heavyweight title. It all takes place Saturday night at the Osage Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The event’s co-feature will pit undefeated heavyweight Efe Ajagba against Brian Howard.

Since losing by unanimous decision to Bivol in March 2019, the 31-year-old Smith has defeated Jesse Hart via split decision in January 2019 — although it clearly should have been a unanimous decision — and then delivered a ninth-round knockout of Eleider Álvarez in August of the same year.

Of course, Smith is still known best for ending the career of Bernard Hopkins by knocking him out of the ring in December 2016, as he holds the distinction of being the only man to ever defeat the boxing legend by stoppage.

Vlasov is on a winning streak himself, having recorded three consecutive victories including a unanimous decision over Emmanuel Martey in November 2019 — his last time out. The 34-year-old Russian has managed to do this after suffering a unanimous decision loss to Krzysztof Głowacki during the World Boxing Super Series in November 2018.

Only one man can be crowned world champion. Here’s everything you need to know about Smith vs. Vlasov.

Canelo vs. Yildirim fight date, start time
Date: Saturday, April 10 (Sunday, April 11 in the UK)
Coverage: 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. GMT
Smith vs. Vlasov event (approx): 11:15 p.m. ET/4:15 a.m. GMT
The Smith vs. Vlasov fight card takes place on Saturday, April 10 at 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. GMT. Smith and Vlasov are expected to make their ring walks at approximately 11:15 p.m. ET/4:15 p.m. GMT, although that depends on the length of the earlier bouts.

Smith vs. Vlasov will be held live from the Osage Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Smith has never fought in Oklahoma, however, Vlasov fought at the venue back in 2011.

As of early Tuesday (April 6), BetMGM has Smith as a -350 favorite, meaning that you’d need to bet $350 to earn $100. Meanwhile, a $100 wager on Vlasov could net you $240 if the Russian generates an upset.


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