What is ESPN+? How to watch Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales boxing fight through streaming app

Kenshiro Teraji looks to continue to prove he is the best fighter at 108 pounds when he defends the WBA, WBC, and The Ring light flyweight titles against Carlos Canizales on January 23 from Japan. 

“The Amazing Boy” defeated Ganigan Lopez in 2017 for the WBC light flyweight title and made eight defenses before losing to Masamichi Yabuki in 2021. Since then, Teraji avenged the Yabuki setback to reclaim the title and beat Hiroto Kyoguchi to add the WBA belt to his collection. His last fight was a TKO win in September against Hekkie Budler. 

No fighter intimidates him, but he believes Canizales will be a tough and rewarding challenge. 

“I’m excited because he’s a strong boxer,” Teraji said via The Ring. “He is a former world champion, he has never lost versus a Japanese [fighter] before. Canizales has fought around the world. He is tough and has heart, good footwork and a strong punch. I think everything [I do] is better. I have good jab and speed. I think he will be surprised.”

WATCH: Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales, exclusively on ESPN+

Canizales turned pro in 2014. “CCC” fought Ryoichi Taguchi to a draw in 2016 for the WBA light flyweight title but captured it in 2018 against Reiya Konishi. The Venezuelan lost the belt against Esteban Bermudez in 2021 and has since won four in a row.

Fans must download the ESPN+ app to watch the Teraji vs. Canizales fight card. 

What is ESPN+? 

ESPN+ was founded in 2018 as an OTT streaming service. A standalone service to ESPN’s linear coverage of sports, the app provides access to live sports, exclusive on-demand documentaries and shows, and more. 

Live content available on the app includes the four major sports (NHL, MLB, NFL, NBA), as well as soccer and the WNBA. It also signed a deal with the UFC, Professional Fighters League, and Top Rank Boxing, making it the premier home of combat sports. 

ESPN+ is separate from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN News. A subscription will not grant you access to live broadcasts of those channels. The app is available on phones, tablets, laptops, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox One X|S, and Samsung Smart TVs.

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What boxing fights will be on ESPN+ in 2024? 

Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales for the WBA, WBC, and The Ring light flyweight titles is on ESPN+. 

Other boxing fights on the app include: 

  • February 8: Teofimio Lopez (c) vs. Jamaine Ortiz for the WBO and Ring super lightweight titles
  • February 16: O’Shaquie Foster (c) vs. Abraham Nova for the WBC super featherweight title
  • February 17: Tyson Fury (c) vs. Oleksandr Usyk (c) for the undisputed heavyweight championship
  • February 24: Alexandro Santiago (c) vs. Junto Nakatani for the WBC bantamweight title
  • March 2: Otabek Kholmatov vs. Raymond Ford for the WBA featherweight title

How to watch Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales: TV channel, live stream

Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales is live on ESPN+ in the U.S.

Region TV channel Live streaming
USA ESPN ESPN+
Canada TSN+
UK and Ireland Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Arena Sky GO
Australia

TBC

Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales price: How much does the event cost?

You can pay $10.99 for a monthly subscription to ESPN+ or buy an annual subscription for $109.99.

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ESPN+ Annual Subscription $109.99/yr
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The Disney Bundle w/Hulu No-Ads $24.99/mo

WATCH: Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales, exclusively on ESPN+

What time is Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales today? 

Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales begins at 6 p.m. local time, which is 4 a.m. ET. Here’s how that translates to different timezones globally: 

Region Date Main Card Start Time Main Event Ring Walks (approx.)
USA and Canada (ET) Tuesday, January 23 4 a.m. ET 7 a.m. ET
USA and Canada (PT) Tuesday, January 23 1 a.m. PT 4 a.m. PT
UK and Ireland Tuesday, January 23 9 a.m. GMT 12 p.m. GMT

Australia

Tuesday, January 23 8 p.m. AEDT 11 p.m. GMT
Japan Tuesday, January 23 6 p.m. JST 9 p.m. JST

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Kenshiro Teraji vs. Carlos Canizales fight card

  • Kenshiro Teraji (c) vs. Carlos Canizales for the WBA, WBC, and The Ring light flyweight titles
  • Artem Dalakian (c) vs. Seigo Yuri Akui for the flyweight title
  • Luis Robles Pacheco vs. Tenshin Nasukawa; Super Bantamweights
  • Yuki Yonaha vs. Juiki Tatsuyoshi; Super Bantamweights

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