Mikel Lawal and Isaac Chamberlain will finally meet in a cruiserweight fight this weekend. Originally the two were scheduled to fight in May, but a medical issue forced Lawal to withdraw. Chamberlain (15-2, 8 KOs) has not retreated since. He’s been insulting Lawal (17-0, 11 KOs) in an attempt to discredit him. The two finally got a chance to settle their grudges and due to the planned main event being cancelled, Lawal vs. Chamberlain was moved to the main event. The two will fight for the British Commonwealth Cruiserweight Championship, and there will be some other regional championship bouts on the undercard.
Mikel Lawal vs. Isaac Chamberlain kicks off on Saturday, October 21 at 2:30 PM ET. It will be streamed for free on Peacock. Here’s everything you need to know to watch boxing this weekend.
lawl vs chamberlain undercard
- Louis Green vs. Sam Gilley, Round 12, Super Welterweight
- Caris Artingstall vs. Vanessa Bradford, round 8, women’s featherweight
- Michael Hennessy Jr. vs. Joe Laws, 8 rounds, super welterweight
How to watch Lolli vs Chamberlain live stream on Peacock
Peacock just announced this week that they are going to broadcast UK fights as part of a partnership between NBC and Boxer, a promotional company. Peacock is set to become the US broadcaster, while Sky Sports will air the Mikel Lawal vs Isaac Chamberlain fight in the UK, marking the first fight that Peacock is streaming. It will be free to anyone with an account, meaning you won’t have to pay a cent to watch the fight. Simply sign up for an unlimited Peacock free trial. Peacock offers a $6 base plan, which eliminates ads and unlocks some new content, and a $12 plan that allows you to download shows for offline viewing.
How to watch Lolli vs Chamberlain live stream from abroad with a VPN
If you live in the UK, you can watch Lawley vs Chamberlain on Sky Sports. If you live somewhere else, you can also check out Peacock, as it will be free. If you live somewhere that doesn’t have access to Peacock, you can get a VPN and have a fake connection to the US. We recommend NordVPN as the best VPN for streaming and generally the best VPN overall. Right now the two-year plan comes in at just $3 per month due to Black Friday VPN deals. In addition to watching boxing, a VPN will let you stream region locked content on streaming sites like Netflix and keep your connection more secure and private.