Watch Santiago vs Nakatani: How to live stream the fight in Japan


Junto Nakatani (26-0, 19 KOs) has won World Championship belts at lightweight and super lightweight, and this weekend he is aiming for another belt in the bantamweight category. He should take it from Alexandro Santiago (28-3-5, 14 KOs). Santiago won the belt by defeating Nonito Donaire by unanimous decision in Donaire’s ill-fated comeback in July. This is Santiago’s first time defending his belt, and Nakatani is heavily favored.

If you’re up early (or still up from last night), you can catch the fight card in about an hour. The event begins streaming on ESPN+ at 4:00 a.m. ET, and Santiago and Nakatani will likely ring the first bell around 6:00 a.m. ET. Here’s everything you need to know to watch boxing this weekend.

Watch Nakatani vs Santiago live stream on ESPN+

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This fight will continue ESPN+ in the US Unfortunately there is no free trial of ESPN+, but there are various ways to subscribe cheaply. Luckily a monthly subscription is only $11, making ESPN+ one of the cheaper sports streaming options. You can also pay for a full year for $110. A third option is to combine ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu in a Disney Bundle, which gets you all three services for $15 per month. This is a great money-saving option if you’re interested in two of the three streaming services.

Watch Nakatani vs Santiago from abroad with live broadcast

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If you’re not in the US, finding a stream of this fight may be difficult — finding a stream in English will also be difficult. Luckily, there’s a super simple way to get US broadcasts on ESPN+ wherever you are. Just grab a VPN subscription, connect to a US server, then get an ESPN+ subscription as if you were on American soil. Your browser won’t know the difference. We recommend NordVPN as Best VPN for streaming. It’s reliable, cheap, and currently sold as part of a VPN offering.

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