How to watch Jose Ramirez vs. Antonio Orozco on ESPN

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WBC junior welterweight champion Jose Ramirez will defend his belt against Antonio Orozco in a 12-round bout Friday night in the main event of a Top Rank on ESPN card that will air live on ESPN in the United States beginning at 10 p.m. ET from the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California. Undercard fights will stream live on ESPN+ starting at 7:30 p.m. ET.

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Where can I watch the Top Rank fights?

The fight broadcast will begin at 10 p.m. ET Friday. The telecast also will air live on ESPN Deportes and stream live on the ESPN App.

The main card includes the Jamel Herring vs. John Vincent Moralde 10-round junior lightweight bout and the six-round junior lightweight fight between Gabe Flores Jr. and Roger Gutierrez.

ESPN boxing commentators Joe Tessitore and Mark Kriegel, along with former world champion Timothy Bradley Jr. and reporter Bernardo Osuna, will call the fight from ringside. Former super middleweight and light heavyweight world champion Andre Ward will host the studio show.

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How do I stream the fights?

The fights will be available to stream on mobile devices using the ESPN App.

How can I watch the undercard fights on ESPN+?

The undercard broadcast on ESPN+ will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET Friday.

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The undercard includes:

  • Hiroki Okada vs. Cristian Coria, 10 rounds, junior welterweights

  • Alexander Besputin vs. Alan Sanchez, 10 rounds, welterweights

  • Isidro Ochoa vs. Elio De Jesus, six rounds, featherweights

  • Bryan Vasquez vs. Carlos Cardenas, eight or 10 rounds, lightweights

  • Santos Ortega vs. Sebastian Baltazar, four rounds, junior featherweights