Boxing schedule | July 3


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Update 7/3/21; 2:22 a.m. ET

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July 3: Carson, Calif. (Showtime)
Chris Colbert vs. Tugstsogt Nyambayar Combat details
12 rounds, for Colbert’s interim junior WBA title

Michel Rivera vs. Jon Fernández
12 rounds, WBA lightweight eliminator

July 7: New South Wales, Australia (ESPN +)
Timothy Tszyu vs. Steve Spark
10 laps, junior middleweights
Spark is a late replacement for Michael Zerafa. He is 12-1, 11 KO’s and is on an 11-game winning streak. Tszyu, the son of a legend, is 18-0, 14 KOs and is looking to carve out a place among the elite at 154 lbs.

July 9: Los Angeles Fight Details (DAZN)
Gilberto Ramirez vs. Sullivan Barrera
12 laps, light heavyweights
At 40-0, 26 KOs, Zurdo Ramirez has one of boxing’s best records and insists he can beat light heavyweight belt holders Dmitry Bivol and Artur Beterbiev.

Joseph Diaz Jr. vs. Javier Fortuna
12 rounds, for interim WBC lightweight title

Tenkai Tsunami vs. Seniesa Estrada
10 rounds, for the Tsunami WBO Women’s Junior Flyweight Title

Saturday July 10, 2021
Miami Airport Convention Center, Miami, Florida, USA
Raphael Akpejiori vs. Jason Bergman
8 laps, heavyweights
He is a 30-year-old, 6’8 “Nigerian heavyweight who is 11-0 with 11 KOs. His name is Raphael Akpejiori and he returns to the ring on July 10 against seasoned veteran Jason Bergman. (27-20-2, 18 KOs) Akpejiori played college and University of Miami basketball and was drafted to try out the NFL Miami Dolphins.

Carlos Negron vs. Antwaun Tubbs
8 laps, heavyweights
Carlos Negron (23-3, 18 KOs), 33, secured a spot on the Puerto Rico Olympic boxing team in 2008 and is ranked the best Puerto Rican heavyweight by BoxRec.

Friday, July 16, 2021
Hasim Rahman Jr v TBD, Atlanta, GA
6 laps, heavyweights

July 17: San Antonio Fight Details (Showtime)
Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano
12 rounds, for the IBF, WBC and WBA junior middleweight titles from Charlo and the WBO junior middleweight title from Castano
Charlo vs. Castano is for the undisputed junior middleweight title. We don’t often see undisputed champions these days.

Rolando Romero vs. Austin Dulay
12 rounds, for Romero’s interim WBA lightweight title

July 17: Germany
Tina Rupprecht vs. Katia Gutierrez
10 rounds, for the WBC women’s strawweight title from Rupprecht

Wednesday July 21: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Alexis Garcia vs. 8 Johnny Molina
Garcia is a 30-year-old 5’9 “heavyweight who has 10-0, 6 KOs. He weighed 215 on his pro debut in 2016 and 285 on his last fight in 2020.

Thursday, July 22, 2021: Dynamo Volleyball Arena, Moscow, Russia
Murat Gassiev vs. Erkan Teper
10 laps, heavyweights

July 23: tbc, United States (BKTV)

Paige VanZant vs. Rachael Ostovich
5 rounds, female featherweight

July 24: Las Vegas
Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder 3 Combat details
12 laps, for Fury’s WBC heavyweight title
Easily one of the biggest fights in boxing and in the heavyweight division in the past 20 years. Fury and Wilder first fought in December 2018, with the bout ending in a controversial draw. The pair had a rematch in February 2020, with Fury coming out victorious by technical knockout in the seventh round to win the WBC and vacant Ring Magazine heavyweight titles.

Efe Ajagba vs. Frank Sanchez
10 laps, heavyweights
Two undefeated heavyweights; Ajaba’s power is staggering. This is one of the best prospect fights of 2021, if not THE best.

Details of the fight between Robert Helenius and Adam Kownacki 2
12 laps, heavyweights
One of the most anticipated revenge of the year. Winning or losing is a beautiful thing when a starving athlete who has paid his dues but suffered a few setbacks has the opportunity to change his career and ultimately the direction of his life (literally) overnight. And that’s exactly what happened in the first fight between Robert Helenius and Adam Kownacki in March 2020.

Jared Anderson vs. Vladimir Tereshkin
8 laps, heavyweights
Tyson Fury’s dad called Anderson “The Next Big Thing” after his son.

“Tyson is out there all alone. Unless there is a born fighter, who comes out of nowhere with incredible talent, but I haven’t seen him yet. There is one – Jared Anderson He is an undefeated heavyweight with [promoter] Bob Arum, I believe he can be the next big thing when Tyson is gone. “

Saturday July 24, 2021: Wembley Arena, Wembley, London, UK (BT Sport)
Joe Joyce vs. Carlos Takam
Combat details
12 laps, heavyweights

Saturday July 31, 2021: Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey, USA (FOX)
Michael Polite Coffie vs. Gerald Washington
10 laps, heavyweights

Saturday July 31: Matchroom Headquarters, Brentwood, England (DAZN)
Conor Benn vs. Adrian Granados
12 rounds, welterweight


Tuesday August 3: Michael Hunter vs. Mike Wilson, New York, NY (Triller)
10 laps, heavyweights
After an absence of almost two years, 38-year-old heavyweight Mike Wilson (21-1, 10 KOs) of Medford, Oregon, will face Michael Hunter (19-1-1, 13 KOs). Hunter vs Wilson, a WBA title eliminator, will serve as a battle for former cruiserweights vying to jump into the heavyweight title fight. And it won’t be the first time the pair have collided. As an amateur in 2007, Wilson was edged 25-24 by Hunter at the US National Championship. That year, Hunter won the gold medal while Wilson won the silver medal.

August 6: Belfast, Northern Ireland (ESPN +)
Michael Conlan vs. TJ Doheny
10 rounds, junior featherweight

Saturday August 7: Matchroom Headquarters, Brentwood, England (DAZN)
Kid Galahad vs. Jazza Dickens, rematch
12 rounds, vacant IBF featherweight title

August 14: Las Vegas
Joshua Franco vs. Andrew Maloney
12 rounds, for Franco’s “regular” WBA junior bantamweight title

Saturday August 14: TBA, United States (SHO)

Vergil Ortiz Jr v Egidijus Kavaliauskas
12 rounds, welterweight

August 21: Las Vegas (Fox PPV)
Title fight: Errol Spence Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao Combat details
12 rounds, for Spence’s WBC and IBF welterweight titles
Spence is arguably one of the best fighters the 42-year-old legend has faced and is possibly more dangerous than Floyd Mayweather when he faced Manny in 2015. A Pacquiao win would definitely put him in the Top 5 EVER!

August 28: TBD (Showtime PPV)
Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley
12 laps, for Fury’s WBC heavyweight title

August 28: TBD (Showtime)
David Benavidez vs. José Uzcategui
12 rounds, WBC super middleweight title eliminator


September 10: Tucson, Arizona (ESPN and ESPN +)
Oscar Valdez vs. Robson Conceicao
12 rounds, for Valdez’s junior lightweight WBC title

September 11 TBD (Triller Fight Club PPV)
Teofimo Lopez vs. George Kambosos Jr. Combat details
12 rounds, for Lopez’s IBF, WBA and WBO lightweight titles
How will Lopez deal with Covid? Teofimo, of course, has just come out of his anger at boxing superstar Vasyl Lomachenko while Kambosos has just secured two SD wins against formidable opponents Mickey Bey and Lee Selby. The winner should only have big row fights.


September 11: Las Vegas (Triller Fight Club PPV)
Oscar De La Hoya vs Vitor Belfort, “special show”
He is back! At 48, how will the legend fare against a former light heavyweight MMA star who defeated Nate Marquardt, Dan Henderson, Michael Bisping, Rich Franklin, Randy Couture and Wanderlei Silva. He also shared the Octagon with Jon Jones, Chuck Liddell, Tito Ortiz, Alistair Overeem, Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva.

Few mixed martial artists in the history of MMA have been as accomplished and traveled a lot as Belfort who is known for his explosive power.

September 11: TBD (Showtime)
Stephen Fulton vs. Brandon Figueroa
12 rounds, for Fulton’s WBO junior featherweight title

Friday, September 24, 2021: Reed Arena, College Station, Texas, USA (UFC Fight Pass)
Isaac Munoz Gutierrez vs. Dominick Guinn
10 laps, heavyweights
Isaac Munoz Gutierrez is 12-0-1, 10 KOs and Guinn, 46, represents a breakthrough in the competition. And if the former were victorious, he would join quality fighters such as Barrett, James Toney, Junior Fa, Artur Szpilka, Hughie Fury, Tomasz Adamek, Amir Mansour and Tony Thompson who defeated Guinn. A win for Gutierrez would put him in good company while an upset from Guinn would likely position him for a bigger and more lucrative opportunity in the future.

Saturday September 18: TBA (TBA)
Canelo Alvarez v TBA
12 rounds, for Canelo’s WBC, WBA and WBO super middleweight titles

September 25, 2021: United Kingdom
Anthony Joshua vs. Oleksandr Usyk Combat details
12 rounds, for Joshua’s WBA / WBO / IBF heavyweight titles
For the casual fans who don’t know Usyk, he’s in the same league as Joshua, Wilder, and Fury. He’s a former undisputed cruiserweight champion with speed and tons of skill and could derail an immediate Joshua vs Fury showdown.

Saturday October 23: TBC, United States (ESPN + / ESPN)
Terence Crawford vs. José Zepeda
12 rounds, for Crawford’s WBO welterweight title

Fights under discussion, rumors or negotiations …

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Update 7/3/21; 2:22 a.m. ET

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