Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia: UK start time, live stream, TV channel, for TONIGHT'S main-event ON NOW

ERROL SPENCE JR faces Danny Garcia in a huge welterweight world title fight.

Spence Jr hasn't been in the ring since he crashed his Ferrari in a horror accident last year following his victory over Shawn Porter.

What time does it start in the UK?

  • Errol Spence Jr vs Danny Garcia takes place on Saturday, December 5, but it will start on Sunday morning in the UK.
  • Expect the ring walks from around 4am UK time into the early hours of Sunday.
  • The bout will take place at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
  • There will be around 11,000 socially-distanced fans in attendance.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Errol Spence Jr vs Danny Garcia will be shown on Premier Sports here in the UK.
  • You can sign up to their monthly payment option, which will set you back £11.99.
  • The action can be streamed from a mobile or tablet device or cast straight onto a smart TV.

Follow ALL of the latest updates below…

  • Jack Figg

    ROUND 3

    Garcia walks forwards and lets his hands go – he then slips over after a coming together.

    Big left hook drives Garcia back and puts him on his heels.

    Garcia comes back with his own right hand – great fight in the opening stages here.

  • Jack Figg

    ROUND 2

    Spence closes the distance with a double jab but Garcia does well to respond with a right hand.

    Champion is first to the punch, but the challenger is showing off fast reactions.

    Spence taking control early, but Garcia likes to sit back and counter.

  • Jack Figg

    ROUND 1

    Spence comes in and lands a body shot but Garcia clips him with his trademark left hook.

    Good tempo to the fight.

    Counter right hand lands for Garcia early.

  • Jack Figg

    ROUND 1

    Here we go!

    Spence on the front foot early, Garcia will look to counter punch.

     

  • Jack Figg

    HERE COMES THE CHAMP

    Spence makes his way to the ring – along with his WBC and IBF belts.

    His first fight since beating Porter in September 2019.

    But more importantly, his first fight since his horror car crash in October last year.

  • Jack Figg

    HERE COMES THE CHALLENGER

    Danny Garcia makes his way to the ring with his trademark mask on.

    A loss for Garcia would see him beaten against Spence as well as Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter.

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    PADDED OUT

    Danny Garcia hits the pads with his trainer and father Angel.

    He challenges for the Errol Spence Jr's WBC and IBF welterweight titles NEXT.

  • Jack Figg

    NOT DAN AND OUT

    Following such a devastating collision, Errol Spence Jr could have been excused for wanting an easier route back to the ring.

    But instead, the defiant southpaw – feeling he has something to prove – wanted only to face the best.

    So now his fight against Danny Garcia – which was set for January until the crash – will be his first since escaping death.

    And it was a request he specifically asked his advisor Al Haymon at PBC to approve.

    Spence told SunSport: "Fighting a lesser opponent that I know I can beat, I don't think it would have me 100 per cent focussed like Danny Garcia has got me.

    "I basically told my manager Al Haymon, 'I'm a shark, don't put me in the pool with tuna's and seabass. Put me in the tank with other sharks'.

    "I want to be in there with a shark, so we chose Danny Garcia."

  • Jack Figg

    WRAPPING IT UP

    Welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr getting his hands wrapped ahead of his world title defence against Danny Garcia.

    Both Spence and Garcia are braced for their fight which is up NEXT.

  • Jack Figg

    ALL OVER

    Sebastian Fundora stops Habib Ahmed in round two of their co-headliner.

    Fundora brutally utilised his height advantage and landed some heavy hooks and uppercuts.

    The ref stopped the fight as Ahmed had no answer on defence.

  • Jack Figg

    WRAPPED AND READY

    Tonight's challenger Danny Garcia getting his hands wrapped ready for battle.

    He headlines against Errol Spence Jr NEXT.

    Sebastian Fundora and Habib Ahmed are currently co-headlining.

  • Jack Figg

    UNDECARD ACTION

    Josesito Lopez stopped Francisco Santana in ten rounds in Texas.

    He moves to 38-8 and will move up the welterweight rankings.

    Sebastian Fundora vs Habib Ahmed at light-middleweight will follow…

  • Jack Figg

    TOUR GUIDE

    Inside the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas ahead of Errol Spence's homecoming against Danny Garcia.

    The headliner is just two fights away!

    Keep up with the action here – as Josesito Lopez and Francisco Santana head into round four.

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  • Jack Figg

    UNDECARD ACTION

    On the undercard in Texas, Eduardo Ramirez KO'd Miguel Flores – in round five of their featherweight fight.

    Josesito Lopez will face Francisco Santana at welterweight next.

    Follow the action with updates here…

  • Jack Figg

    THUR SURE 

    Keith Thurman  has given Errol Spence Jr the edge against Danny Garcia – and says 'the time is now' to face the Texan afterwards.

    Spence defends his unified welterweight titles against former champion Garcia, his first fight since surviving a horror car crash.

    But Thurman, 32, has backed his rival to shake off any ring rust to retain his belt and will be ready waiting to finally settle their score afterwards.

    He told SunSport: "I definitely give Errol the edge, I think he has the better boxing pedigree, being a former Olympian.

    "I do think it's time to see out The Truth. If he gets past this fight I would love to be in the ring with Errol.

    "I think it's a fight fans have been wanting to see for years, and I think the time is now as long as he stays at 147.

    "He's fighting all my competition. He's fighting Danny – I beat Danny – he fought Shawn Porter – I already beat Shawn Porter.

    "A lot of injuries have gone by but that's done. I'm ready. You want it, let's get it."

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  • Jack Figg

    STILL TO COME

    Here is a rundown of the full PPV card.

    Errol Spence Jr vs Danny Garcia – WBC and IBF welterweight titles
    Sebastian Fundora vs Habib Ahmed – light-middleweight
    Josesito Lopez vs Francisco Santana – welterweight
    Eduardo Ramirez vs Miguel Flores – featherweight

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  • Jack Figg

    CHAMP IS HERE

    Errol Spence Jr arrives in his hometown of Texas to defend his unified crown.

    It marks his fight fight since avoiding death in a horror car crash last October.

  • Jack Figg

    DAN THE MAN

    Danny Garcia filmed making his way into the arena.

    He challenges for Errol Spence Jr's WBC and IBF welterweight titles.

  • Jack Figg

    SET YOUR ALARMS

    Fans in the UK can expect Spence and Garcia to fight anywhere between 4am – 4.15am.

    So it's either a coffee job or get your alarm clock set.

  • Jack Figg

    ON THE UNDERCARD

  • Jack Figg

    SPENCE'S RECOVERY

    After coming out of treatment, Spence had only one thing on his mind – returning to the gym.

    And despite avoiding sparring for the first few months due to a swollen jaw, the rejuvenated American claims to have been unaffected during training.

    He said: “There’s been no injuries as far as post-car accident or anything like that.

    “As for as anything else, everything has been the same, I’ve been checked out by the doctors.

    “With this fight it’s kept me focussed, staying hungry and staying in the gym and dedicated.

    “I went back to the drawing board and focussing on the things that got me where I am now, training camp’s been going great.”

  • Jack Figg

    CRASH & LEARN 

    Errol Spence Jr has vowed to 'prove everybody wrong' in his first fight since cheating death in a horror car crash.

    The Texan defends his unified WBC and IBF welterweight titles in his hometown this weekend.

    The homecoming comes a year after he flipped his Ferrari in a high-speed crash which left him in hospital with horrific facial wounds.

    Up until that point, the unbeaten champion had been flawless in his 26-0 career.

    So following the crash, he has been motivated to prove any doubters who question his mental or physical state wrong.

    Spence, 30, told SunSport: "I'm just focussed to prove everybody wrong and go out there and be victorious. 

    "Of course I'm hungry because there's a lot of people doubting me, saying I'll be a shell of myself, so there's been an extra umph in this camp."

  • Jack Figg

    FIGHT NIGHT

    This is how Errol Spence Jr and Danny Garcia compared ahead of their welterweight title fight tonight.

    How the fighters compare ahead of their world title clash

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