How to watch Callum Smith v Erik Skoglund live online anywhere

Echo Arena

Callum Smith takes on Erik Skoglund this Saturday in the Quarter Final World Boxing Super Series.

If you want to know how you can watch all of the action anywhere including the other fights from Liverpool’s Echo Arena then we’ve got all the information you need.

The fights are being shown live on ITV 4 but if you’re outside the UK then you’ll be blocked from watching.

To watch outside the UK you’re going to need to get yourself a service called a VPN. In this guide we’re going to show you where you can get one and how to use it to watch all the action.

How to watch Callum Smith v Erik Skoglund live

The Smith vs Skoglund fight and the other fights of the night are being shown live on ITV 4 and also on the ITV Player app and website.

If you’re outside the UK and you try to visit any of these you’ll be blocked with a message that looks a little bit like this:

ITV Block Abroad

The reason you’re blocked is because you’re outside the UK.

The good news is if you use an app called a VPN you’ll be able to watch from anywhere in the world and even better is they only cost from £3 – £4. This means you can watch all the fights anywhere in the world for just one small price.

Below we’ll show you the 5 steps you need to watch the fights anywhere in the world.

How to watch Callum Smith v Erik Skoglund live online anywhere:

  1. Visit the VPN provider ExpressVPN and click Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Select a subscription period and complete the sign-up process – 1-month is enough to watch the fights.
  3. Go back to the main ExpressVPN website and click VPN Apps.
  4. Download the correct app for your device, install it, run it and login when needed.
  5. Click the Location Icon, Select United Kingdom.
  6. Press Connect.

Below you can see an example image of how to connect on both the mobile apps and computer software. 1. Choose Location, 2. Type United Kingdom, 3. Select United Kingdom, press 4. Power Button.

ExpressVPN Russia

It shouldn’t take any longer than around 20 seconds for the app or software to connect.

Once it’s connected any websites that you visit will think you’re in the UK even though you’re really elsewhere in the world.

All you need to do now is visit the ITV Hub (formally ITV Player) website at the time live coverage starts and you’ll be able to watch all the action.

World Boxing Super Series

The World Boxing Super Series quarter final fight between Callum Smith and Erik Skoglund takes place on September 16th, 2017.

Live coverage starts from 7:45 pm BST (UK Time) and runs until 11:30 pm.

This is an eight man tournament and you can watch the entire coverage anywhere in the world with a VPN as explained earlier in this guide.

Other exciting fights to look forward to include Chris Eubank Jr and George Groves.

The event is taking place in Liverpool at the Echo Arena and is the hometown of Smith who will progress to the semi-final should he take down the Swede.

Smith currently sits with 22 wins and 0 losses with 17 of them being KOs. Skoglund, on the other hand, will be no pushover and currently boasts 26 wins and 0 losses with 12 of them coming from KOs.

Why is ITV Hub blocked

When you visit ITV Hub (formally ITV Player) outside the UK you’re blocked from watching.

The reason you’re blocked is because of something called your IP Address.

An IP Address is a little like a telephone number in that it gives away your location approximately, similar to the telephone area code.

Every internet connection is assigned an IP Address at the time of connection.

A VPN allows you to change your IP Address. In the case of watching the Smith vs Skogland fight, it allows you to change to one from the UK so you can access ITV Hub.

When you visit ITV Hub when using a VPN it thinks you’re in the UK even though in reality you could be in any country in the world.

Remember, all you need is a VPN service which you can get by clicking the button below after that just follow the instructions from earlier in this guide.

Christopher Seward

Author: Christopher Seward

After 25 years of using the internet, Christopher launched one of the very first VPN comparison websites in 2013. An expert in the field his reviews, testing and knowledge have helped thousands of users get the correct VPN for their needs.

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