What fights are this weekend?
This weekend will see Yomar Alamo square off against Adrian Young on Friday at Osceola Heritage Park in Florida. The fight will be shown on Telemundo in the United States.
Also, Andoni Gago will square off against Karim Guerfi on Friday at Plaza de Toros de Puerto Banus in Andalucía.
Additionally, Austin Trout is set to face Alejandro Davila on Friday at Hotel Atlantis The Palm in Dubai. The fight will be broadcast on Fite.tv PPV UK in the UK, and Fite.tv PPV US in the United States. Also, on the undercard will be Anthony Sims Jr’s and Hernan David Perez’s fight and Mike Perez vs Tony Salam.
On top of that, Joshua Buatsi is set to take on Ricards Bolotniks on Saturday at Matchroom Fight Camp in Essex. The card will be shown by DAZN Global in the UK, and DAZN in the United States. Also, on the undercard will be Michael McKinson’s and Przemyslaw Runowski’s fight and Raymond Ford vs Reece Bellotti.
As well as that, John Riel Casimero will take on Guillermo Rigondeaux on Saturday at Dignity Health Sports Park in California. The fight will be shown on ShowTime in the United States. Also, on the undercard will be Gary Antonio Russell’s and Emmanuel Rodriguez’s fight and Rau’shee Warren vs Damien Vazquez.
Furthermore, Vergil Ortiz Jr is set to fight Egidijus Kavaliauskas on Saturday at The Star in Frisco. The card will be broadcast by DAZN Global in the UK, and DAZN in the United States.
Also, Joshua Franco will fight Andrew Moloney on Saturday at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Oklahoma. The fight will be broadcast on ESPN in the United States. Also, on the undercard will be Arnold Barboza Jr’s and Antonio Moran’s fight and Jason Moloney vs Joshua Greer Jr.
What are some upcoming boxing matches?
Manny Pacquiao will fight Yordenis Ugas on Saturday 21st August at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The fight will be shown on FOX Sports PPV in the United States.
Josh Warrington will face Mauricio Lara on Saturday 4th September at Emerald Headingley Stadium in Leeds. The card will be broadcast by DAZN Global in the UK, and DAZN in the United States. Also, on the undercard will be Jovanni Straffon’s and Maxi Hughes’ contest and Katie Taylor’s and Jennifer Han’s bout.
Stephen Fulton will face Brandon Figueroa on Saturday 11th September in the United States. The fight will be broadcast on ShowTime in the United States.
Anthony Joshua is set to square off against Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday 25th September at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. The card will be shown by Sky Box Office HD in the UK, and DAZN in the United States.
Tyson Fury will take on Deontay Wilder on Saturday 9th October at T-Mobile Arena in Nevada. The fight will be shown on ESPN PPV in the United States. Also, on the undercard will be Robert Helenius’ and Adam Kownacki’s fight, Efe Ajagba’s and Frank Sanchez’s contest and Jared Anderson’s and Vladimir Tereshkin’s bout.
Liam Smith is set to square off against Anthony Fowler on Saturday 9th October at Echo Arena in Merseyside. The card will be broadcast by DAZN Global in the UK, and DAZN in the United States.
Juan Francisco Estrada will fight Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez on Saturday 16th October in the United States. The fight will be broadcast on DAZN Global in the UK, and DAZN in the United States.
How often is the boxing schedule updated?
As boxing doesn’t have a regular governing body or organised structure, new fights for the schedule get announced all the time. Due to the tough nature of the sport, a lot of bouts also get rescheduled or cancelled due to injury to one fighter. The boxing calendar is ever shifting.
Box.Live attempts to keep the most up to date schedule available, constantly monitoring every card and promoter for news about new contests. Often, we’ll update the schedule several times a day.
When are boxing fixtures released?
New flights typically get added to the schedule 6-8 weeks before they are due to happen. However, it might be public knowledge that a bout is in the progress of being made, long before an official announcement. We tend to wait until such announcements from promoters and broadcasters before adding new contests to the schedule. However, we might make exceptions when it’s common knowledge that a fight is taking place, and or may have been made public by the local commission of the fight.
Less important fights on the card are often announced closer to the date of the event. Keep busy bouts, get back fights and building fights for prospects are not often confirmed until the week of the event.
It’s not uncommon for opponents to change at the last minute, owing to missing weight, injury, travel headaches or even last minute contractual disputes!