Fight Night Program – Week of September 1-6

The weekend is approaching, and from Friday to Sunday, it will be the “fight-o-clock” somewhere in the world. Every Thursday, The Ring will bring you the latest information on the most relevant fights you need to see in that week at a glance, a unique enhanced fight schedule. A quick checklist for the connoisseur, a useful guide for the boxing neophyte is what we aim for.

Here are the most relevant fights of this week:

Friday, September 2 – Defensores de Villa Cassini, Capitan Bermudez, Argentina

Sanson Rosa vs. Anderson Dener – welterweight – 10 rounds

Rosa will put her undefeated record on the line against an upset Brazilian trials horse in an intriguing fight. Not bad to start the weekend.

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Junior Zarate vs Mauro Liendro – flyweight – 10 rounds

Where to watch it: TyCSportsPlay

Saturday September 3 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool, England

Liam Smith vs. Hassan Mwakinyo – junior middleweight – 12 rounds

Smith debuts the promotional Boxxer outfit with an eye for bigger challenges ahead – but Mwakinyo could prove a tougher test than he had in mind.

Natasha Jonas vs. Patricia Berghult – women’s junior middleweight – 10 rounds

With queen of the Ring Claressa Shields staying at middleweight and also eyeing a run at 168, the search is on for a new No. 1 in the division, and this WBC/WBO unification should give us some clues as to who’s next. top 154 ​​pounds in women’s boxing.

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Dan Azeez vs. Shakan Pitters – light heavyweight – 12 rounds

Frazer Clarke vs. Pencho Tsvetkov – heavyweight – 6 rounds

Adam Azim vs Michel Cabral – junior welterweight – 10 rounds

Diego Costa vs. Musa Moyo – super middleweight – 6 rounds

Paddy Lacey vs. Seamus Devlin – middleweight – 6 rounds

Where to watch it: Sky Sports

Saturday, September 3 – Arena Hermosillo, Hermosillo, Mexico

Juan Francisco Estrada vs Argi Cortes – junior bantamweight – 12 rounds

Mexico’s Estrada remains one of the best in the game, and while Cortes is far from a serious threat to his Ring Championship run, the chance to see one of the lower divisions’ best fighters in action should be enough to keep him going. everybody. in.

Erika Cruz vs. Jelena Mrdjenovich – women’s featherweight – 10 rounds

High stakes rematch for these two phenomenal fighters. The first was a bloody affair, with Cruz winning a war of attrition, but Jelena has the tools and the discipline to turn the tide in her favor, even in the most hostile environment possible.

What to expect in this fight: With a possible career-defining bout against Amanda Serrano, another pound-for-pound titlist, on the line for the winner, expect this matchup to be as good as the first.

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Hector Flores vs. Sivenathi Nontshinga – junior flyweight – 12 rounds

Eduardo Hernandez vs. Jorge Mata – junior lightweight – 10 rounds

Where to watch it: DAZN

Saturday September 3 – Huntington Center, Toledo, Ohio

Albert Bell vs Nicolas Polanco – junior lightweight – 10 rounds

An undefeated prospect, Bell will look to make the case for a title shot in this return match against Polanco of the Dominican Republic, a strong fringe contender looking to bounce back from a few setbacks.

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Javon Campbell vs. Martin Diaz – junior featherweight – 8 rounds

Roney Hines vs. Craig Lewis – heavyweight – 8 rounds

Antwan Jones vs. Victor Hugo Exner – super middleweight – 6 rounds

Where to watch it: FITE

Saturday September 3 – Bangkok, Thailand

Phoobadin Yoohanngoh vs Rimar Metuda – junior welterweight – 10 rounds

Sunday, September 4 – Los Angeles

Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Luis Ortiz – heavyweight – 12 rounds

Former champion Ruiz has been looking good against Chris Arreola since losing his belts to Joshua in a rematch, and Ortiz is looking for the one defining fight that will make him worthy of another shot at a legitimate heavyweight belt – not the acting jewel he once had. tenuous. Two big Latino heavyweights who really need a signature win? Get that popcorn!

Isaac Cruz vs. Eduardo Ramirez – lightweight – 12 rounds

The ineffable “Pitbull” Cruz is always entertaining to watch, and his burning desire to bounce back from his loss to Gervonta Davis should be enough to make this two-time battle an entertaining one. And Ramirez is no slouch either, having only lost to the best opponent in a solid career.

Abner Mares vs. Miguel Flores – junior lightweight – 10 rounds

Former three-weight champion Mares has his own reasons for returning to the ring after a long hiatus, but it’s hard for us to agree with him. We hope he will prove us wrong in this 10 rounds.

Also on this map:

Jose Valenzuela vs Jezreel Corrales – lightweight – 10 rounds

Joey Spencer vs. Kevin Salgado – junior middleweight – 10 rounds

Ra’eese Aleem vs. Mike Plania – Junior Featherweight – 10 Rounds

Charles Martin vs. Devin Vargas – heavyweight – 8 rounds

Juan Garcia vs. Gilberto Mendoza – flyweight – 4 rounds

Where to watch it: Fox PPV

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