Michael Conlan Live Stream

Michael Conlan Live Stream, Fight Time and TV Info Ahead Of Pro Debut

Published On March 17, 2017 | By Niall Doran | Boxing News

Michael Conlan live stream, TV info, time and more ahead of tonight’s debut at Madison Square Garden in New York, USA.

For those in the United States looking to catch the young Irish boxing star tonight on television – the fight is being carried live by the TV network Unimas.

For those back in Ireland and in the UK, the Conlan debut will be shown live on BoxNation and also on 24 hours delay by the Irish national broadcaster – RTE.

It is the first time since 2011 that the Irish national broadcaster RTE has shown any professional boxing coverage at all.

A stark statistic considering boxing is by far the country’s most successful sport in the Olympics – but Irish boxing fans won’t be complaining tonight with coverage now back.

This 24 hour delay coverage in Ireland will go out straight after the Irish Six Nations rugby game.

As regards the Michael Conlan live stream action and live coverage, fans will need to be subscribers of BoxNation, but, there is a nice little surprise.

If you are a BT Sports subscriber in the UK and Ireland you will automatically get BoxNation’s coverage of the fight tonight totally for free.

This comes as part of BoxNation’s new deal with BT Sport that is set to up boxing to a new level again this year in the UK and Ireland.

Conlan is expected to be walked to the ring tonight by Conor McGregor at approximately 10pm local time in New York.

That’s 7pm PT in the States and 3am in Ireland and the UK on Sunday morning.

Those times are subject to change depending on broadcasters but certainly we don’t expect him coming to the ring any earlier than the above.

No doubt many Irish, UK, American and many other countries around the world will be tuning into tonight to see if this young fighter is indeed the real deal.

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