Luis Nery's return bout with Jason Canoy to stream live on ESPN+

Former bantamweight world titlist Luis Nery's return to the ring on Saturday at Gasmart Stadium in his hometown of Tijuana, Mexico, will stream live on ESPN+, the network and Top Rank announced Thursday.

It means two cards from two continents will stream on the service Saturday, because there will also be previously announced live coverage of the Frank Warren-promoted card from Leicester Arena in Leicester, England.

Nery's 12-round bantamweight bout against Jason Canoy (27-8-2, 19 KOs), 28, of the Philippines, will be part of the stream that begins at 11 p.m. ET.

Nery, 23, will be fighting for the first time since he badly missed the 118-pound weight limit, coming in at 121 pounds, and got stripped of his world title before a rematch with former titlist Shinsuke Yamanaka on March 1 in Tokyo. The bout went ahead anyway with Yamanaka eligible to win the vacant title, but Nery (26-0, 20 KOs), a southpaw, knocked him out in the second round.

Nery was then suspended indefinitely by the WBC, which lifted the suspension recently, clearing the way for him to face Canoy.

"I get nervous just thinking that I will fight at home, at Gasmart," Nery said at the final news conference Thursday. "I have a great commitment, and I will give a great show. I have an obligation to my promoter, Fernando Beltran, and all the fans to score a great victory in my return. We're ready."

In the co-feature, Kenia Enriquez (20-1, 9 KOs), 24, of Mexico, will defend a women's interim junior flyweight world title against Norleidys Graterol (7-0, 7 KOs), 19, of Venezuela.

Earlier Saturday, the ESPN+ stream from England will begin at 3:30 p.m. for the card headlined by British junior welterweight contender Jack Catterall (22-0, 12 KOs), a 25-year-old southpaw, against countryman Ohara Davies (18-1, 14 KOs), 26, in a 10-round fight.

Most of Warren's cards from the United Kingdom will stream on ESPN+ as part of a multiyear deal Top Rank recently made with Warren for American rights to his shows.

"Everyone wants to see me beat him up," Catterall said of Davies. "I know a lot of people are buying tickets for that very reason. Whether he's talking or not, it really doesn't bother me. I just love fighting and I love training too. That's what I do. I understand that you have to sell a fight, but people want to see this one anyway.

"He's a noise outside the ring before and his name gets mentioned a lot. That's his business. I've had fights in the past in which I've faced international opponents. They were good fights but nobody had heard of them and you have to promote yourself more to earn people's interest. This fight is different. Because this is a domestic fight and he's caused controversy, it does me a favor. I can sit at home and sell tickets and just get on with what I've got to get on with."

Said the outspoken Davies: "A lot of people seem to think I got here to the big stage because I talk trash. Yes, I know how to draw a crowd, and I don't care about getting booed. I've been quite controversial in the past and people seem to have forgotten I actually know how to fight. My record is good, but everyone's overlooking my successes since the one loss I took."

Davies suffered a seventh-round knockout to rising contender Josh Taylor in July 2017 but has won three fights in a row since.

The stream of the card will also include 21-year-old British heavyweight sensation Daniel "Dynamite" Dubois (8-0, 8 KOs), who will face former world title challenger Kevin Johnson (32-10-1, 16 KOs), 39, of Asbury Park, New Jersey, in a 10-rounder.

In addition, two-time Olympic gold medalist Nicola Adams (4-0, 3 KOs), 35, of England, will face Isabel Millan (22-4-1, 8 KOs), 33, of Mexico, for a vacant women's interim flyweight title.

"A lot of new professionals don't fight opponents with good records and titles so soon in their career, apart from boxers like Vasiliy Lomachenko," Adams said, referring to the pound-for-pound king and three-division titlist, "and that is the sort of footsteps I want to follow in. I want a world title quickly and prove that I belong among the best. Lomachenko is one of my favorite boxers. His technical ability, his hand speed, his power punching is unbelievable. Like myself, he is also a two-time Olympic champion. Why not fancy myself as female boxing's answer to Lomachenko? Everybody wants to beat me and say they knocked out the two-time Olympic gold medalist."

Also on the streaming portion of the show, Leicester's own Leon Woodstock (11-0, 5 KOs), 25, will defend his regional junior lightweight belt in a 10-rounder against Archie Sharp (13-0, 7 KOs), 23, of England.