Check how to live stream “Jones Jr. vs Pettis” PPV Gamebred Boxing 4

On the Gamebred Boxing PPV event promoted by Jorge Masvidal, fights between Roy Jones Jr. and Anthony Pettis, Jose Aldo and Jeremy Stephens, and Vitor Belfort and Jacare Souza are scheduled to take place. A fight card that features champions from multiple combat sports, including boxing and MMA, as well as NFL athletes and others. You won’t want to sleep through this night of exciting boxing action!

When is Gamebred Boxing 4?

Event: Gamebred boxing 4

Date: Sat., April 1, 2023

Location: Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Broadcast: Cable and satellite pay-per-view (PPV), UFC Fight Pass,

Start Time: 7 p.m. ET Prelims | 9 p.m. ET Main Card

Stream: Click Here to order PPV

Roy Jones Jr., who turned 54 earlier this year, will continue his boxing career this Saturday night (April 1) in Milwaukee against Anthony Pettis, who is a former lightweight champion of the UFC. The fight will take place under the “Gamebred Boxing” banner owned by Jorge Masvidal. Not long after former UFC middleweights Vitor Belfort and Ronaldo Souza run it back for pugilistic bragging rights, boxing gloves will be laced up by Jose Aldo and Jeremy Stephens, who will rematch under “sweet science” rules on the pay-per-view (PPV) main card. This bout will take place under the “sweet science” rules of boxing. Prepare yourself for the mayhem that awaits you in “Cream City!”

Gamebred Boxing 4 full fight card:

  • Roy Jones Jr. vs. Anthony Pettis
  • Jose Aldo vs. Jeremy Stephens ( Co-Main Event)
  • Vitor Belfort vs. Ronaldo Souza
  • Pearl Gonzalez vs. Gina Mazany
  • Josh Burns vs. Dillon Cleckler
  • Devin Cushing vs. Damian David Marchiano
  • Luis Feliciano vs. Clarence Booth
  • Roberto Armas vs. Javier Zamarron
  • Danielle Cohen vs. Danielle Wynn
  • Bi Nguyen vs. Andy Nguyen
  • Markus Perez vs. Joe Riggs
  • Cade Howell vs. Devante Sewell

Roy Jones Jr. vs Anthony Pettis: Streaming

According to the president of Gamebred Boxing, Dean Toole, who was interviewed by MMA Fighting, it’s through any cable company that it’s going to be through In-Demand for linear. In-Demand now offers digital pay-per-view through as well, making it accessible from anywhere in the world. The event will cost $49.99 on PPV, traditional cable and satellite providers, and digitally through multiple outlets.

You can stream the full PPV fight via without cable and any geo-restriction for only $29.99, with no hidden or future charge. Check out Fitepass and enjoy the historical event tonight at your home.


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