!!Sports | Andrade vs. Kautondokwa. Boxing Live Stream
Andrade vs. Kautondokwa: Fight date, start time, card, how to watch, stream
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Unforeseen circumstances got them here, but Demetrius Andrade and Walter Kautondokwa are ready to fight it out for the vacant WBO Middleweight title on Oct. 20 at TD Garden in Boston, live and exclusively on DAZN.
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The bout was originally set for Andrade to face Billy Joe Saunders, but Saunders failing a drug test in August when Oxilofrine was found in his system, had Kautondokwa stepping in as a late replacement.
Andrade vs. Kautondokwa fight date, time and location
Demetrius Andrade and Walter Kautondokwa will clash at the TD Garden in Boston on Saturday, Oct. 20, with the action beginning at 5:00 p.m.
Demetrius Andrade, Walter Kautondokwa fight records
Demetrius Andrade: 25-0 with sixteen knockouts.
Walter Kautondokwa: 17-0 with sixteen knockouts.
Andrade vs. Kautondokwa fight card
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What’s at stake?
The WBO middleweight world title, formerly held by Billy Joe Saunders, not to mention a crack at some incredibly lucrative fights in the future.
Mexican PPV king Canelo Álvarez holds the WBA (Super) and WBC belts, while the IBF strap is currently vacant. Factor in the likes of Jermall Charlo and Gennady Golovkin, and you get a sense of why middleweight is currently one of the hottest divisions in the sport.
What are their records?
Both men enter this title fight with flawless professional records.
Andrade is 25-0, with 16 of his victories coming by way of knockout. His previous fight saw him record a unanimous decision over the previously undefeated Alantez Fox.
Kautondokwa is meanwhile 17-0, having knocked out every single one of his opponents since his first professional fight, a points win over a domestic rival at a Namibian shopping centre.
This is the first time that Kautondokwa has fought outside Africa, and only the second time he has ventured outside of his native Namibia.