Sor Rungvisai vs. Chocolatito 2 Live Stream, Fight Card, Start Time & TV Info

Sor Rungvisai vs. Chocolatito 2 live stream, fight card, start time and TV information or Saturday night’s HBO Boxing event.


Román “Chocolatito” González is looking to regain his super flyweight crown on Saturday night in a rematch against Srisaket  Sor Rungvisai, who earned a controversial majority decision over Chocolatito in March of this year at Madison Square Garden.

The controversial decision gave Rungvisai the WBC super flyweight title which Chocolatito is on a mission to reclaim.

In their first bout, which was on the Gennady Golovkin vs. Daniel Jacobs card on March 18, Chocolatito was knocked down in the very first round. However, he rallied to outstrike Rungvisai the rest of the way including a Super Flyweight record 372 power shots landed.

Their first bout was one of the best of the year, and fans are hoping for more fireworks when the men run it back.

In the co-feature of Rungvisai vs. Chocolatito 2, Naoya Inoue will be defending his WBO super flyweight title against Antonio Nieves. Carlos Cuadras and Juan Francisco Estrada will get the action rolling with yet another super flyweight bout at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, Calif.

How can you tune in to Saturday night’s fight? Here is all of the information you will need to catch the action from the opening blow:

Date: Saturday, Sept. 9
Start Time: 10:15 p.m. ET
Location: Carson, Calif.
Venue: Stub Hub Center
TV Info: HBO
Live Stream: Stream 1

Sor Rungvisai vs. Chocolatito 2 Fight Card

  • Srisaket Sor Rungvisai vs. Roman Gonzalez for WBC Super Flyweight Title
  • Naoya Inoue vs. Antonio Nieves for WBO Super Flyweight Title
  • Carlos Cuadras vs. Juan Francisco Estrada; Super Flyweight bout

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