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What time will Stanionis vs. Collazo, Maestre vs. Fox fights start on Saturday night

Mykal Fox meets Gabriel Maestre for the WBA interim welterweight championship and Eimantas Stanionis faces Luis Collazo in a 10-round welterweight fight on Saturday. We break down when the fight starts and how to watch the full card.

Luis Collazo prior to his fight against Bryant Perella. Collazo would win by majority decision at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on August 4, 2018 in Uniondale, New York. Photo by Edward Diller/Getty Images

Premier Boxing Champions is putting on a welterweight heavy card Saturday evening at the Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The card gets going at 8 p.m. ET and will air on FOX for some old school traditional broadcast TV boxing. The card is scheduled to run until 10 p.m., but if the fights run long, it could easily carry into the 10 p.m. hour.

The main event was to feature Gabriel Maestre was going to take on Cody Crowley in the potential main event, but Crowley withdrew due to COVID-19 and was replaced by Mykal Fox. Boxrec lists that fight as the main event, but others are listing the welterweight bout between Eimantas Stanionis and Luis Collazo as the main event. Either way, with a welterweight bout between Devon Alexander and Lucas Santamaria preceding that, it’s a whole lot of welterweights on Saturday.

If you’re not by a TV, you can live stream the fight on the FOX Sports app, available in the iOS and Google Play app stores. The FOX Sports app is also compatible with Apple TVs, Roku devices, Xbox consoles, and more. You’ll need a cable login to access these apps though.

Stanionis vs. Collazo Full Card

  • Main event: Eimantas Stanionis vs. Luis Collazo, welterweights
  • Gabriel Maestre vs. Mykal Fox, 12 rounds, for the interim WBA welterweight title
  • Devon Alexander vs. Lucas Santamaria, welterweights
  • Petr Khamukov vs. Marco Delgado, middleweights
  • Ryan Karl vs. Edgar Ramirez, junior welterweight
  • Joahnys Argilagos vs. Luis Javier Valdes, bantamweights
  • Breeon Carothers vs. Phillip Percy, lightweight