How to live stream Ali Trophy esports boxing fight – The Sun

EVER wondered what would have happened if David Haye fought George Foreman?

Well wait no more, kind of. With no live sport on due to the coronavirus outbreak, World Boxing Super Series are simulating fights to crown the winner of the first eAli Trophy.


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 David Haye fought most of his career at cruiserweight - but stepped up to become heavyweight world champion

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David Haye fought most of his career at cruiserweight – but stepped up to become heavyweight world championCredit: Bongarts – Getty

When is Tyson vs Butterbean?

The fight will be broadcast live on the World Boxing Super Series Facebook page right HERE.

Haye vs Foreman is the third quarter final of the event, with the winner facing Mike Tyson in the semi-final

In the other quarters Muhammad Ali beat Evander Holyfield,  Lennox Lewis lost to Joe Frazier and Mike Tyson beat Butterbean.

The latest fight will get underway from 5pm UK time on Tuesday, March 24.

Each night this week up until the final on Sunday, March 29, WBSS will be live streaming a fight at 5pm UK time each day.

 George Foreman or David Haye - who wins?

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George Foreman or David Haye – who wins?Credit: Getty

Paddy Power: eWBSS – odds

George Foreman vs David Haye

Foreman: 2/7

Draw: 25/1

Haye: 5/2

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How will the fight be simulated?

The bouts will fought using EA Sport’s Fight Night Champions video game.

What are the other quarter-finals?

These are the other big heavyweight bouts that will happen for the eAli Trophy this week, with each bout at 5pm:

Monday: Ali beat Holyfield

Tuesday: Joe Frazier beat Lennox Lewis

Wednesday: Mike Tyson beat Butterbean

Thursday: George Foreman vs David Haye

Friday: Semi-final (Ali vs Frazier winners)

Saturday: Semi-final (Tyson vs Foreman/Haye)

Sunday: Final

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