Lamont Peterson vs. Dierry Jean: live stream, start time, TV info and more

May 18, 2013; Atlantic City, NJ, USA; Lamont Peterson is tended to after being knocked out by Lucas Matthysse (not pictured) after their welterweight bout at Boardwalk Hall. Matthysse won via third round TKO. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday night on Showtime, Lamont Peterson puts his IBF junior welterweight title up for grabs against undefeated top-ranked contender Dierry Jean in his hometown of Washington, D.C.

Peterson was badly beaten in his last outing against Lucas Matthysse, so he will be looking to rebound with a win and make a statement that he is still a top fighter in the junior welterweight division. Jean is coming off of a big win over Cleotis Pendarvis in his last bout, and now he is hoping to keep his undefeated record intact.

On the undercard, an exciting fight between Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo and Gabriel “King” Rosado will look to get the crowd ready for the important headlining bout.

How can you tune in for tonight’s fight between Peterson and Jean? Here is all of the information you will need to catch every second of the action:

When: Saturday, Jan. 25
Start Time: 9 p.m. ET
Location: 
Washington, D.C. 
Venue:
 DC Armory
TV Info: Showtime
Live Stream: No legal stream available

Who do you think will come away with the win? Sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts and predictions.

Topics: Boxing, Dierry Jean, Lamont Peterson

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