With the 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championships closing in, fans from across the planet are now looking out for possible live streaming services through which they can enjoy the upcoming matches with ease. Well, if you are one of those fans, then you have come to the right place as here we are going to show you how you can watch the upcoming 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championships live and online, from anywhere in the world.
Before we get on with the viewing guide, here is the complete schedule for the upcoming 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championships.
|8 Sept||Official Draw|
|8 Sept||Opening Ceremony|
|9 – 17 Sept||Morning Session|
|9 – 17 Sept||Evening Session|
|18 Sept||Quarter Finals (Morning Session)|
|18 Sept||Quarter Finals (Evening Session)|
|20 Sept||Semi Finals (Morning Session)|
|20 Sept||Semi Finals (Evening Session)|
Since the 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championship is being held in Russia, a significant portion of the fans who used to go to the event to watch the tournament live will not be able to do so. Because of this, most fans are going to be relying on the different streaming platforms for live coverage.
It is possible that you might come across a random sports channel on your cable TV which may be broadcasting the tournament live but there’s no guarantee. So, if you want to make sure you don’t miss out on a single match, here is a list of all the websites that are going to cover the entire event live.
You can simply tune into the website mentioned above and start streaming. However, if the service is not available to you for reasons like regional limitation, then you can seek the help of a VPN. For more information on how you can get this done, follow the steps below:
This year, the AIBA World Boxing Championship is going to feature a total of 8 different weight categories in which each National Federation registers up to 1 boxer in every type.
|Weight Category||Weight Limit (Kg)|
|Super Heavyweight||91 Onwards|
The last AIBA World Boxing Champion was held in 2017 at the Alsterdorfer Sporthalle in Hamburg, Germany where Cuba took home a total of 5 gold medals and two silver medals. Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan came in second with a total of 6 medals each. This year, let's see if the reigning champions can secure their win two championships in a row.
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