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Canelo-Kovalev, Ksi-Logan Paul Boxing Bouts heat up Sky Sports PPV

Two of the most awaited boxing clashes—Canelo-Kovalev and KSI-Logan Paul bouts—are coming to SKY Sports Pay Per View this November—live, commercial-free, and in high definition.

Two of the most awaited boxing clashes—Canelo-Kovalev and KSI-Logan Paul bouts—are coming to SKY Sports Pay Per View this November—live, commercial-free, and in high definition.

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Sergey Kovalev go all out on November 3, 2019, 9 AM at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in their quest for the WBO light heavyweight title. Alvarez is going into the match with the WBA middleweight title at 160-pounds while Kovalev, two full weight classes above at 175-pounds is the WBO light heavyweight champion.

However, Canelo, who has never fought beyond the super middleweight limit of 168-pounds, is favored to nab the title.

On November 10, 9AM , YouTube stars KSI and Logan Paul go back into the ring at the Staples Center in Los Angeles for a rematch. The two finished their fight last August with a majority draw after six rounds. See who prevails this time.

SKY subscribers can catch the two fights at a bundled price P499 on SKY Sports Pay-Per-View. To activate, SKYcable subscribers can call 34180000 or local SKY office or text PPV to 23362 while SKYdirect subscribers can text PPV BOXING to 23667 using Globe/TM or visit their nearest dealer.
SKY Fiber subscribers with All-In Box can just go to the SKY Sports PPV channel and just press “BUY” button in their remote to automatically activate the PPV. Metro Manila, CAMANAVA area, Rizal, Cavite, Lipa, Laguna and Bulacan (San Jose del Monte) can tune in to channel 261 HD while in digital regional areas – Baguio, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cebu, Davao, GenSan and Dumaguete will be in channel 961 HD.



Livestreaming access is available via SKY On demand app. For more details, visit mysky.om.ph/boxingppv.

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