ESPN is set to stream three new boxing matches on Thursday, starting with the opening bout between Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan.
The show will also air a pre-fight press conference between Khan and Pacquia.
Both boxers are coming off of impressive wins over Andre Ward and Andre Ward Jr., and the two-round fights are expected to be interesting for fans.
The live stream will also debut two of the five other boxing matches that ESPN has announced for the day, including an opening fight between Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Wladimir Klitschko.
The network is also streaming a pair of fights on Friday.
First, ESPN will stream a fight between Wladimar Klitschky and Gennady Golovkin.
It’s the first of four fights on the network’s Thursday slate, which is dominated by fights for the vacant WBC middleweight title.
The network will also stream two fights on Saturday.
The first is between Sergio Martinez and Alexander Povetkin.
ESPN’s preview will also be available, which includes a video preview of both fights.
Next, ESPN is streaming an opening round of the Bellator 185 main event between Carlos Condit and Daniel Cormier.
ESPN will also offer a post-fight interview with Cormier, who has defeated the champion via knockout in two previous fights.
The full Bellator 155 broadcast will also roll out on Friday and Saturday.
The show is also set to air a live fight between Antonio Silva and Nick Diaz, which ESPN will show on Sunday.
The second match on ESPN’s Thursday lineup will be between Timothy Bradley and John Dodson.
The fight is set for the main card of the UFC on Fox 8, which airs on Fox following the UFC 182 main event.
The third and final match on the lineup is set on Saturday with a rematch between WBC welterweight champion Anthony Pettis and former champion Georges St-Pierre.
ESPN is also airing the post-event interview with Pettis, who won a second straight WBC title on Saturday night.
The boxers will be joined on the show by the networks’ coverage of the World Series of Fighting on Friday, which features the main event of the event between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacqiao.
The boxing portion of the show airs live from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.