How to stream the Pacquiao vs Horn fight live and legally: TV & Online

Foxtel have learned the lessons from the Mundine v Green fight

Remember the Mundine v Green fight?  Exclusive to Main Event on Foxtel?  Impossible to watch on your phone, or online – even if you were a Foxtel Customer?  Well, as the world prepares for Pacquiao vs Horn it seems Foxtel have learned a little from last time and there’s now more ways to watch.

Foxtel Customers:

Of course, if you’re a Foxtel Cable or Satellite subscriber you can call up and add the fight to your package on Main Event – the cost is $59.95.

Free Viewing:

If you’re not keen to pay a cent, you’ll need to find a local pub or club that is screening the fight.

Online Viewing:

For those who aren’t currently a Foxtel Subscriber, or for those not near their Foxtel box – Main Event have an online stream available to purchase.  Same price, $59.95, but at least it’s legal and won’t get cut off half way through.

You can sign up now online at pachornstream.com.au

Illegal Streams:

Hey, if you see one on Facebook, take my word for it, it won’t last long – Foxtel are onto it since the last time, so those things will be cut quite fast – and if you’re thinking about streaming your own view of things via Facebook Live – think again, they went light on the last blokes, that’s not likely to happen again.

 

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