Kovalev vs Ward 2, Live, Stream Boxing, 2017 HBO PPV

Kovalev vs Ward 2, Live, Stream, 2017 HBO PPV, Boxing Rematch,Boxing fans will get to witness the sport Andre Ward vs Sergey Kovalev at its highest level on Saturday with a much-anticipated rematch, as Sergey Kovalev (30-1-1, 26 KOs) looks to get revenge against Andre Ward (31-0, 15 KOs) in a light heavyweight title contest.

Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev return to Sin City with a storm cloud of tension and drama lingering as they prepare to engage in the much anticipated rematch. Ward vs. Kovalev 2: Time, undercard and what’s at stake. The inside track on Washington politics. Be the first to know about new stories from PowerPost.

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Kovalev vs Ward 2, Live, Stream Boxing, 2017 HBO PPV

Kovalev vs Ward 2, Live, Stream Boxing, 2017 HBO PPV

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Ward vs. Kovalev 2 Viewing Info

When: Saturday, June 17 at 9 p.m. ET

Where: Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas

TV: Sky Sports 1 (UK), HBO pay-per-view

Live Stream: SkySports.com (UK Only)

Tickets: ScoreBig.com

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The resources were there for Ward vs. Kovalev to succeed, and maybe it will still. But if it doesn’t, both camps need to look in the mirror and accept responsibility.

In November of last year, Ward stormed back from an early knockdown to nick the powerful Kovalev on the cards, with all three judges scoring it 114-113 in the American’s favor.

Ward used every bit of his intelligence, skill and accurate counter-punching to come up with the result, which saw him win the WBA, IBF and WBO world light heavyweight titles in just his third fight in the division.

Kovalev, who one could make a compelling case for having deserved a win against Ward, will get a chance to avenge the only loss of his career to this point.

Both fighters’ unimpeachable talent, determination, power and speed will be on display in the boxing mecca of Las Vegas on Saturday night. Here’s how to view the fight.

There is more on the line than pride and three world titles for Ward, who only just a couple of years ago faded from the sport’s spotlight as he dealt with injuries and a contract dispute. Of course, those who watched his ascent through the super middleweight ranks couldn’t forget his calculating, precise style and ability to pinpoint opponents’ weaknesses.

Sure enough, after a 19-month layoff from November 2013 to June 2016, Ward returned with a stoppage win over Paul Smith, and three more fights later, he reached the pinnacle of the sport with his win over Kovalev