How to wtatch Savannah Marshall vs Femke Hermans: Card, Live Stream, US Start Time
The boxing world is about to embark on a two-month journey that will feature some of the biggest fights with today’s greatest names ahead of the summer. In the next 60 days, Tyson Fury, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, Gervontae “Tank” Davis, Gennadiy “GGG” Golovkin, and Errol Spence Jr. are just a few of those on the schedule. On Saturday, April 2, 2022, the journey can be considered underway at the Utilita Arena in Newcastle, England where two title fights will take place. Headlining the night is Savannah “Silent Assassin” Marshall (11-0-0, 9 KO) aiming to successfully defend her WBO Women’s Middleweight Title for the third time. Challenging her is Belgium’s Femke Hermans (12-3-0, 5 KO) a former title contender who looks to prove she is back.
- When: Saturday, April 2, 2022
- Start Time: 3 p.m. EST / 12 p.m. PST
- Location: Utilita Arena – Newcastle, England
- TV Channel: Sky Sports (UK)
- Live Stream: FITEPASS (Anywhere)
Marshall vs Hermans is one of 12 total fights on the card for Saturday night in England. Serving as the co-main event is Florian “The Albanian King” Marku (10-0-1, 6 KO) vs Chris “ Rok ‘n’ Rolla” Jenkins (23-4-3, 8 KO) in a contest for the IBF International Welterweight Title. Maku currently holds the belt which he took from Maxim Prodan in 2021.
Ppreview: Savannah Marshall vs Femke Hermans WBO Women’s Middleweight Title Fight
Marshall has been on quite the run since making her professional debut in 2017, displaying immense power as evidenced by her nine early victories by KO. Still, Saturday’s bout against Hermans could be considered her toughest competition since claiming the vacant WBO Women’s Middleweight Title against Hannah Rankin in late 2020. Rankin has gone on to claim the IBO World Female Super Welterweight Title which she’ll aim to defend next month. Now against Hermans, Marshall will face a former title contender. The Belgian challenged Claressa Shields for the WBC, WBA, and IBF Women’s Middleweight Titles in 2018. Hermans lost by unanimous decision, and five months later had another failed title pass at the IBF World Female Super Middleweight Title. Winning her last three outings since then, Hermans looks to show that she is still worthy of contention.
“The Albanian King”, Marku is showing early promise like Marshall, and similarly ending fights with his power. Going the distance in his fights more recently, his knockout potential can’t be ignored. Remaining aware of that is the task of Jenkins, who was TKO’d in the eighth round of his last loss in 2021 where he suffered broken ribs in the second round while fighting for the BBBofC British and Commonwealth Welterweight Titles. Two top-75 fighters in the division, getting a victory on Saturday night would be a huge step in the career of the victor.
How to watch Marshall vs Hermans boxing on TV?
In the UK, Saturday night’s Boxxer card is being broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action, with coverage starting at 8pm. Unfortunately, due to geo restriction, world boxing fan’s can’t access UK TV Channel. But a good news for the weekend fight between Marshall vs Hermans live stream will be available on FITEPASS.
So, viewer’s can stream from anywhere in the World through FITEPASS this boxing event undercard as well main card.
Marshall vs Hermans Fight Card & Odds
- Savannah Marshall (-3000) vs Femke Hermans (+1200) – WBO women’s middleweight title
- Florian Marku (-475) vs Chris Jenkins (+340) – IBF International welterweight title
- Nathan Gorman vs Scott Alexander – heavyweight
- Bradley Rea (-3000) vs Lukas Ndafoluma (+1100) – middleweight
- April Hunter vs Ester Konecna – women’s super welterweight
- Zak Chelli (-800) vs Jack Kilagannon (+550) – super middleweight
- Michael Webster (-2500) vs Erdogan Kadrija (+1000) – cruiserweight
- Matty Harris vs Phil Williams – heavyweight
- Hosea Stewart vs Mait Metsis – heavyweight
- Lukas Cope vs Lee Connelly – super lightweight
- Chloe Watson vs Gemma Ruegg – women’s super flyweight
- Georgia O’Connor vs Erica Juana Gabriela Alvarez – women’s super welterweight