Shakur Stevenson vs Toka Kahn Clary: How to Watch, Date, Time, and Undercard

Published 12/11/2020, 3:14 AM EST

Shakur Stevenson and Toka Kahn Clary will battle it out at the MGM Grand bubble in Las Vegas on December 12. It promises to be a good fight for fans and will be an interesting event as a whole. This is the first time Stevenson will be fighting as the main event and so it will be interesting to see how it goes. So where can you watch the fight? Here’s everything you need to know about the event.


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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JUNE 09: In this handout image provided by Top Rank, Shakur Stevenson celebrates after defeating Felix Caraballo (not pictured) by TKO in the sixth round of their super featherweight bout at MGM Grand Conference Center Grand Ballroom on June 09, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Mikey Williams/Top Rank via Getty Images)

Where to watch Shakur Stevenson vs Toka Kahn Clary?


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Fans across the world can watch the fight live on ESPN and ESPN+. The whole main card will be streamed on the service and will be available in all regions they offer their services as long as you have a valid subscription. This includes the likes of the U.S., the U.K. and Canada. The ESPN streaming is part of the deal between Top Rank and ESPN to stream all their events.

Shakur Stevenson vs Toka Kahn Clary: Date and Time?

The coverage for the under-card starts at 7 PM ET/ 4 PM PT. While the main card coverage starts at 10 PM PT/ 7 PM PT on December 12. This means that for fans in the UK, the undercard will start at 12 AM GMT on December 13, while the main card will take place at 3 AM GMT on December 13.

Boston , United States – 20 October 2018; Kid Galahad, left, and Toka Kahn Clary during their IBF Featherweight eliminator bout at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. (Photo By Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

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Full Card on the night


Shakur Stevenson vs. Toka Khan Clary, 10 rounds, junior lightweight.

Felix Verdejo vs. Masayoshi Nakatani, 10 rounds, lightweight.

Edgar Berlanga vs. Ulises Sierra, 8 rounds, super-middleweight.

Elvis Rodriguez vs. Larry Fryers, 6 rounds, welterweight.


Clay Collard vs. Quincy LaVallais, 8 rounds, middleweight.

Robeisy Ramirez vs. Brandon Valdes, 8 rounds, featherweight.

Jesse Rodriguez vs. Saul Juarez, 6 or 8 rounds, junior flyweight.

Haven Brady Jr. vs. Michael Land, 4 rounds, featherweight.

Kasir Goldston vs. Llewelyn McClamy, 4 rounds, welterweight.


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Ultimately, this promises to be a good night of boxing for fans. Furthermore, it will also be a big test for Stevenson who will have to prove his worth in a tough weight class. Who do you think will come out on top in this exciting match up?

READ: “I Gotta Feed My Family”- Shakur Stevenson Not Concerned About Fighting Jamel Herring


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Leonardo Carvalho

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Leonardo Carvalho is a Boxing Writer for EssentiallySports. Before working as a boxing web journalist, Leonardo dabbled in roles ranging from an SEO specialist to a Chegg expert. Alongside his current role, Leonardo runs a YouTube channel where he combines his passion for fitness with sports.