Date/Time: Saturday, May 20th at 10:15 p.m. ET
Live Stream: Amazon Prime (free 30-day trial)
This Saturday, the World Junior Welterweight Championship will take place at Madison Square Garden. It will feature Terence Crawford and Felix Diaz, two of the most explosive fighters in the welterweight division. Fans everywhere are excitedly awaiting Saturday evening to catch the Crawford vs Diaz live stream.
But what if you don’t have cable TV? If you’re a cord-cutter, or if you just don’t have HBO, you may be wondering how to watch Crawford vs Diaz online. Thankfully, there are a lot of different options, which we’ll go over below.
Get the Crawford vs Diaz Live Stream via Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime Instant Video is part of the ever-expanding benefits of Amazon Prime membership. It’s also possible to get HBO through Amazon Prime, which means you can also stream Crawford vs Diaz online via this method. If you already have Prime, you can just add HBO to your account. Then you can watch the fight live on your computer, or any device compatible with Amazon Instant Video (which is the vast majority of devices).
If you’re unfamiliar with the service, here’s the gist of Amazon Prime: for $99 per year (less than $10/month), you get free 2-day shipping on Amazon.com, exclusive discounts, free digital storage, and access to the Amazon Prime Instant Video online streaming library (which is similar to Netflix). There’s tons of other benefits, as well.
And once you’re a Prime member, you can add HBO on to your subscription for $15 per month extra. If you do that, HBO content (both live and on-demand) will be integrated into your existing Amazon Prime Video interface, making it easy to watch Crawford vs Diaz online, as well as the rest of the HBO content.
Amazon Prime now offers a free 30-day trial of the service, which INCLUDES a free trial of HBO. That means you can watch the Crawford vs Diaz stream live as it airs, and explore everything Amazon Prime has to offer, all for free!
Watch Crawford vs Diaz Without Cable via DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV NOW is a streaming service that serves as an all-around cable alternative. It’s best for folks who have cancelled cable and want to still be able to watch live TV. For $35 a month, it offers upwards of 60+ channels, all of which you can watch live. HBO is available as an add-on, for only $5 a month extra.
So, to get the Crawford vs Diaz live stream, you’ll want to sign up for the base package and add on HBO, for a total of $40 a month (with no contract). This will give you the HBO live stream, as well as 60+ channels like ESPN, TNT, AMC, HGTV, CNN, FOX News and much more. There are also larger packages available if you want more selection.
Use Sling TV to Watch Crawford vs Diaz Online
Sling TV is similar to DIRECTV NOW, serving up an easy way to watch live TV without cable. It costs only $20 a month for the basic package, but it’s an additional $15 a month to add on HBO. So, you’re looking at $35 a month for 30+ channels and HBO.
Sling TV works on most devices, ranging from streaming players to smartphones to computers. No contract is required, and the Sling TV channel list goes all the way up to 150+ channels in the larger packages. See our Sling TV review to learn more.
You can also try out a free 7-day trial of Sling TV!
Watch Crawford vs Diaz Fight Online via PlayStation Vue
Another option to stream Crawford vs Diaz without cable is PlayStation Vue. The service, like DIRECTV NOW and Sling TV, works over the internet and allows you to watch live TV without cable. It’s priced at $30 a month, with various packages available. HBO is available as an add-on, for $15 extra per month. No contract is required.
Vue works well, and works on most devices. You can use it for the Crawford vs Diaz live stream, and for watching TV in general. You can learn more in our PS Vue review.
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