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++>[Here's How To Watch] Lopez vs Ortiz Live Free TV Channel 8 February 2024


Teofimo Lopez vs Jamaine Ortiz for the WBO Super Lightweight World Title Boxing looks to take advantage of a crowd coming into Las Vegas for the Super Bowl with a fight featuring Teofimo Lopez. Lopez defends the WBO and The Ring super lightweight titles against Jamaine Ortiz on February 8. The fight in "Sin City" airs on ESPN+ in the U.S.

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Teofimo Lopez vs Jamaine Ortiz for the former's WBO super lightweight world title late on Thursday night in Las Vegas, just three days before the Super Bowl. Lopez starts as favorite but he's come unstuck before when looking too far ahead — read on for how to watch Lopez vs Ortiz live streams from anywhere. Brooklyn fighter Lopez has always had plenty to say for himself, but the unanimous decision he won last time out against Josh Taylor to win the WBO super lightweight world title was the 26-year-old's best performance since beating Vasily Lomachenko in October 2020. The Takeover's lightning hand speed and heavy hitting make him a match for anyone but the New Yorker was guilty of overlooking George Kambosos to lose his titles in November 2021 and has been rebuilding since. With mega fights agains Devin Haney and Terence Crawford on the horizon, he can't make the same mistake again. Ortiz may not be the biggest name but the 27-year-old from Worcester, Massachusetts, knows he's got enough gunpowder in his fights to challenge heavy favorite Lopez. The Technician took Lomachenko the distance in their October 2022 bout and has beaten former WBO junior lightweight champion Jamel Herring. Can he go on to win the first world title fight of his career? Lopez vs Ortiz live streams: TV schedule, dates Date: Thursday, February 8 Venue: Michelob Ultra Arena, Las Vegas Time: (est. ringwalks) 12 a.m. ET (Feb. 9) / 9 p.m. PT / 5 a.m. GMT (Feb. 9) / 4 p.m. AEDT (Feb. 9) U.S. — ESPN Plus U.K. — Watch on Sky Sports Watch anywhere The event is set to begin at 8:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 a.m. UK with the main event ringwalks scheduled for 11 p.m. ET / 4 a.m. UK. These timings could change due to the length of the undercard fights. Two-weight world champion Teofimo Lopez has put retirement behind him (surprise, surprise) and will defend his WBO and Ring Magazine super lightweight titles against tough contender Jamaine Ortiz at the Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas on February 8. Teofimo Lopez record and bio Nationality: American Date of birth: July 30, 1997 Height: 5' 8" Reach: 68.5" Total fights: 20 Record: 19-1 (13 KOs) Jamaine Ortiz record and bio Nationality: American Date of birth: April 28, 1996 Height: 5' 8" Reach: 69" Total fights: 19 Record: 17-1-1 (8 KOs) Lopez vs. Ortiz fight card Teofimo Lopez vs. Jamaine Ortiz; For Lopez's WBO world super lightweight title Keyshawn Davis vs. Jose Pedraza; Lightweight George Acosta vs. Rene Tellez Giron; Lightweight Abdullah Mason vs. Benjamin Gurment; Super lightweight Charlie Sheehy vs. Abdel Sauceda; Lightweight Javier Martinez vs. Raul Salomon; Middleweight Alan Garcia vs. Tomas Ornelas; Super lightweight Antonio Zepeda vs. Lemis Isom Riley; Heavyweight Art Barrera Jr. vs. Michael Portales; Super lightweight For the first defense of his WBO and The Ring super lightweight titles, Teofimo Lopez returns to the ring against a familiar foe in Jamaine Ortiz this Thursday. After losing his IBF, WBA, WBO, and The Ring lightweight titles to George Kambosos Jr. in 2021, Lopez moved to super lightweight. So far, the ‘Takeover’ has won three straight, which included his title-winning effort against Josh Taylor this past June. Lopez won the belt from Brit Josh Taylor last summer to become a two-weight world champion with what was a sensational performance. The American returned to the top of the sport after previously holding the lightweight crown and now he is aiming to push on. Lopez turned pro in 2016 and beat Richard Commey in 2019 for the IBF lightweight title. He was on top of the world when he beat Vasiliy Lomachenko in 2020 for the WBA, WBO, and The Ring belts. After losing the titles against George Kambosos Jr., he returned to glory, this time in a different division. “The Takeover” has won three in a row at super lightweight, beating former undisputed champion Josh Taylor in June for the WBO and Ring belts. Former undisputed lightweight champion Devin Haney recently beat Regis Prograis for the WBC super lightweight title, while Ryan Garcia just made his presence felt at 140. Lopez believes he’s the man to beat within the division. Ortiz made his pro debut in 2016. After fighting Joseph Adorno to a draw, Ortiz beat Jamel Herring in 2022 for the NABF lightweight title. He lost against Lomachenko in October 2022 but recovered in September, beating Antonio Moran. “The Technician” faced Lopez once at the amateur level in 2015, losing in the finals at the National Golden Gloves. It's The Takeover vs. The Technician when Teofimo Lopez Jr. and Jamaine Ortiz meet in the ring on Thursday night for a special weeknight offering at the Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas. Lopez's WBO junior welterweight title will be on the line as he makes his first title defense after taking the strap from Josh Taylor with a unanimous-decision win in June 2023. Ortiz, 27, will be fighting for a world championship for the first time. With only one loss (to Vasiliy Lomachenko) on his record, he's looking to prove he belongs among the elite of the 140-pound division. Lopez will head into the fight as a significant favorite, but he has some questionable performances on his ledger that add some intrigue to the matchup. Lopez has undeniable talent. When he's at the top of his game he's proved himself as a world champion. His wins over Lomachenko and Taylor show what kind of fighter he can be when things are going his way. However, there are some puzzling performances on that resume too. His loss to George Kambosos Jr. can be chalked up to a slow start and a rally that was too little too late. He was also knocked down early in his split-decision win over Sandor Martin. Lopez Jr.'s father and trainer believes that the version of his son that lost to Kambosos and had some questionable performances is gone and we will see the same fighter who took out Taylor last time he was in the ring. Ortiz is obviously looking to play the role of spoiler. He lives up to his Technician moniker with a tight game that's built around his jab and speed. Ortiz is not the kind of fighter who's going to throw away this opportunity with a brawling approach. Abraham Nova is uniquely qualified to weigh in on that question. He has worked as a sparring partner for both Lopez and Ortiz. Most recently, he worked with Ortiz in preparation for this fight, and he recently threw his support behind Ortiz, noting that the fight is a toss-up in his eyes. Ortiz might have the tools to make things interesting. He might have the tools to get the fight to the distance, but it's hard to imagine that he has the tools to actually win. From all of the pre-fight interviews and buzz building around the event, Lopez seems like a focused fighter who really turned a corner with his win over Taylor. It's important to keep in mind that Taylor was previously unbeaten and still holds several light welterweight titles. Lopez's dynamic style, athleticism and power will be the difference in this fight. Ortiz is a good boxer who isn't going to make it easy for Lopez, but as the bout wears on, The Takeover will, well, take over. Lopez, a Honduran-American boxer, made a significant mark in December 2019 when he claimed the IBF lightweight world title with a second-round knockout victory over Richard Commey. His stature grew even more in October 2020 when he dethroned pound-for-pound king Vasiliy Lomachenko, securing the WBA, WBO, and WBO championships. Despite losing his belts to George Kambosos Jr. over a year later, Lopez remained resolute in his boxing journey. Transitioning to the light welterweight division in August 2022, Lopez displayed his dominance with a seventh-round technical knockout against Pedro Campa and a split decision victory over Spanish southpaw Sandor Martin in December of the same year. His ascent continued with a triumph over Josh Taylor, clinching the WBO and Ring magazine titles. Facing Ortiz, whom he previously encountered in the amateurs back in 2015, Lopez exudes confidence. He emphasizes that champions thrive in the face of challenges, ready to shine when the stakes are highest. With a record of 19-1, boasting 13 knockouts, Lopez is determined to showcase the essence of true boxing, particularly for his supporters at Takeover Express. With a record of 17-1-1, including 8 knockouts, Ortiz sees this bout as pivotal in his career. Eager to emerge victorious, Ortiz views it as an opportunity to showcase his best and potentially secure the championship title.

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