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Shakur Stevenson will be looking to cement his reputation as boxing's brightest talent tonight by claiming his second world title in only his 16th professional fight.

Read our guide to getting a Shakur Stevenson vs Jeremiah Nakathila live stream, and watch all the boxing action online from anywhere in the world.

Stevenson vs Nakathila at a glance

This title fight takes place at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas in Nevada, USA on Saturday, June 12.

Stevenson and Nakathila's ring walks are expected at around 10pm ET / 7pm PT / 3am BST / 12pm AEST

The 23-year-old New Jersey fighter will be looking to continue his rapid ascent tonight by claiming the junior lightweight belt, having given up his featherweight title in order to move up to the 130 pound division.

The undefeated star comes into the fight off the back of a unanimous decision victory over Toka Khan Clary in December, but his opponent tonight presents potentially the biggest test of his short career.

Thirty-one-year-old Namibian Jeremiah Nakathila will be making his debut in the US, but shouldn't be underestimated.

Nakathila, who works a day job as a warrant officer in the Namibian Police force, boasts a 21-1 record, with ten of his last fights won via knockout.

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