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O’Shaquie Foster-Eduardo Hernández: How to Stream And Full Card

O'Shaquie Foster vs. Eduardo Hernández

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O’Shaquie Foster-Eduardo Hernández: How to Stream And Full Card

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O’Shaquie Foster-Eduardo Hernández: How to Stream And Full Card

O’Shaquie Foster (20-2, 11 KOs) makes the first defense of his WBC super featherweight title against Eduardo Hernández (34-1, 31 KOs) on Oct. 28. The fight headlines a Matchroom Boxing event at the Polifórum Benito Juárez in Cancún, México. DAZN will broadcast the event live around the world. Big Fight Weekend brings you the details on how to watch and the full card.

How to watch Foster-Hernández

  1. Select a VPN service that is optimized for streaming. We recommend PIA VPN.
  2. Download the VPN and connect to the server from more than 80 countries
  3. Log in to a boxing streaming service (in this case, DAZN)
  4. Stream it no matter where you are!

The start time for the card is 8 p.m. ET. Main event ringwalks are expected around 10:40 p.m. ET. These timings are subject to change due to the length of undercard fights.

Press conference quotes

Foster: “They say they have been calling for this fight, it kind of sounds crazy because we could have fought in the summertime, he fought Hector Garcia because he wanted a tune-up fight instead of coming for the world title. I hadn’t fought for a year when I went into the world title fight with Vargas, no excuses. They have nothing but excuses and those that know the background know that they have been running from me.”

Hernández: “On Saturday you are going to see a new world champion, and that’s me. I don’t know why he is saying I was scared to fight him; I’m not scared of anyone, and it is his fault that the fight went to purse bids. I’m bringing the war on Saturday, and I hope he is ready for it because I am taking that title home and will show exactly who Eduardo ‘Rocky’ Hernández is.

Foster-Hernández full fight card

O’Shaquie Foster vs. Eduardo Hernández, 12 rounds, for Foster’s WBC super featherweight title

Eduardo Núnez (24-1, 24 KOs) vs. Oscar Escandon (27-6, 18 KOs), 10 rounds, super featherweight

Justis Huni (7-0, 4 KOs) vs. Andrew Tabiti (20-1, 16 KOs), 10 rounds, heavyweight

Carlos Ortiz (13-5, 13 KOs) vs. Brian Mora (4-6-3, 2 KOs), 8 rounds, super welterweight

Javid Ramírez (10-0, 4 KOs) vs. José Rosas (4-2, 3 KOs, 1 NC), 8 rounds, super welterweight

Héctor Munguia (7-0-1, 3 KOs) vs. Óscar Pena (4-3, 3 KOs), 6 rounds, featherweight

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Currently writing out of Toronto, Canada, Saadeq first became a boxing fan while living in Doha, Qatar. Looking to become more involved in the sport, he began writing about boxing and has had work published in outlets such as Seconds Out and Boxing Social. He looks forward to continue covering boxing on Big Fight Weekend.

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