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Povetkin vs Wach available to U.S. fans via streaming PPV

Three world titles are on the line and a host of top fighters will be in action on Wednesday in Russia, and you can stream the fight online for just $9.99.

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Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

Wednesday's card from Kazan, Russia, featuring three world title fights and the return of top heavyweight contender Alexander Povetkin, will be available to American fight fans via a streaming PPV option. The show, which will begin at 8 am EST, will be available for just $9.99, and can be bought here. We'll also have an embed of the live stream on Wednesday, and you'll be able to buy the show from

The card is pretty well stacked with solid matchups and good fighters up and down the card, from emerging prospects to established world titleholders. Here's the full lineup:

  • Heavyweights, 12 Rounds: Alexander Povetkin vs Mariusz Wach
  • Cruiserweights, 12 Rounds (WBA title): Denis Lebedev vs Lateef Kayode
  • Junior Welterweights, 12 Rounds (IBF title): Cesar Cuenca vs Eduard Troyanovsky
  • Cruiserweights, 12 Rounds: Rakhim Chakhkiev vs Ola Afolabi
  • Cruiserweights, 12 Rounds: Dmitry Kudrayshov vs Olanrewaju Durodola
  • Junior Welterweights, 10 Rounds (WBA women's title): Svetlana Kulakova vs Ana Laura Esteche
  • Light Heavyweights, 10 Rounds: Dmitry Bivol vs Jackson Junior
  • Welterweights, 10 Rounds: Viskhan Murzabekov vs Solomon Bogere
  • Junior Middleweights, 6 Rounds: Raul Garaev vs Andrey Tomashchuk

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