Boxing Schedule

By Lee Cleveland - October 28, 2022

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FightSaga Boxing Schedule
November 1 – February 2

Updated 11/4/22;6:46PM ET

(For details on more, lower-profile fights, access the BoxRec and ESPN boxing schedules).

Buenos Aires, AR — Diego Chaves (28-8-1) vs Jonathan Wilson Sanchez (21-6-1), 8 Rounds, Middleweights

Remember Diego Chaves? He was one of the hottest welterweights in boxing from 2013-14. He won his first 22 fights before losing to then-champion Keith Thurman in a hard-fought affair in 2013. He’s shared the ring with Brandon Rios and fought Tim Bradley to a draw in 2014. Now 36, he’s campaigning as a middleweight.

Manchester, UK — Natasha Jonas vs Marie Eve Dicaire, 10 Rounds, Spr Welterweights, for Jonas’ WBC / WBO titles and Dicaire’s IBF title

Garden City– Brian Norman Jr (22-0, 19 KO) vs TBD, 10 Rounds, welterweights

Norman is just 21 years old and might be a contender soon.

Coca-Cola Arena, Dubai, UAE — Floyd Mayweather vs Deji Olatunji, 8 Rounds, catchweight **Exhibition **

Toledo, OH –Rodney Hines (12-0, 8 KO) vs Helaman Olguin (9-4), 8 Rounds, Heavyweights

A 6’6″ southpaw, Hines was a 2018 National Golden Gloves Champion in the 201 lb division

Guadalajara, Jalisco– Jaime Munguia (40-0, 32 KO) vs Gonzalo Gaston Coria (21-5), 10 Rounds, Middleweights

Munguia, 26, is rated the top Mexican middleweight in the world by BoxRec.

Austin, TX — Hasim Rahman Jr vs. Vitor Belfort; Heavyweights

Nov: 26 Dillian Whyte vs. Jermaine Franklin, 12 rounds, heavyweights — COVERAGE

Nov: 26 (DAZN)Fabio Wardley vs. Nathan Gorman, 12 rounds, heavyweights

Current IBF International champion Nathan Gorman (19-1, 13 KOs) faces Fabio Wardley (13-0, 12 KOs) for the British championship on the Whyte vs Franklin card.

Nov: 26 London (ESPN+)Zach Parker vs. John Ryder, 12 rounds, for the WBO interim super middleweight title

Nov: 26 Carson, California (PPV) Regis Prograis vs. Jose Zepeda, 12 rounds, for the vacant WBC junior welterweight title

London (ESPN+) — Title fight: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora, 12 rounds, for Fury’s lineal and WBC heavyweight title (3rd meeting) — COVERAGE

Daniel Dubois vs. Kevin Lerena, 12 rounds, for Dubois’ WBA “regular” heavyweight title

Fury vs Chisora 3 wasn’t received well when it was announced. And it’s not surprising given Fury is undefeated while Derek has 12 losses and because Tyson has already bested Chisora twice. Moreover, the match-up favors Fury stylistically. Tyson is much taller, boasts a longer reach, is quicker, and is more defensively sound. Hence, Chisora seems tailor-made for Fury. However, Chisora is much improved from his previous meetings with Fury and will be motivated. Will Tyson be?

Glendale, AZ (DAZN) — Title fight: Juan Francisco Estrada vs. Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez, 12 rounds, for Estrada’s WBC franchise title

Julio Cesar Martinez vs. McWilliams Arroyo, 12 Rounds, for Martinez’s WBC flyweight title 

Omaha (BLK PPV) — Title fight: Terence Crawford vs. David Avanesyan, 12 rounds, for Crawford’s WBO welterweight title — COVERAGE

TC is taking a lot of heat because the fight with rival Errol Spence, arguably boxing’s biggest bout, has been put on hold for the time being. Avanesyan (29-3-1, 17 KO) is no slouch and is ranked No. 13 in the red-hot welterweight division by BoxRec. He’s shared the ring with Egidijus Kavaliauskas and Lamont Peterson and bested a faded version of fight legend Shane Mosley in 2016.

Seoul: Manny Pacquiao vs. DK Yoo; (Exhibition)

New York (ESPN+): Teofimo Lopez vs. Jose Pedraza, 12 rounds, junior welterweights

Jared Anderson vs. Jerry Forrest, 10 rounds, heavyweights

Dec 13: Tokyo (ESPN+) — Naoya Inoue vs. Paul Butler, 12 rounds, for Inoue’s WBC, IBF, and WBA bantamweight titles and Butler’s WBO bantamweight title

Centre Gervais Auto, Shawinigan — Arslanbek Makhmudov vs. Raphael Akpejiori, 10 Rounds, heavyweights

Makhmudov (15-0, 14 KOs), who is “NABF Champion of the Year”, 4th in the WBC, and NABF and NABA heavyweight titleholder, has a win over Carlos Takam. The 6’8″ Akpejiori (14-0, 13 KOs) boasts impressive physical skills, including excellent coordination, remarkable reach, and imposing punching power.

Jan 23: TBA — Jermell Charlo vs. Tim Tszyu, 12 rounds, for Charlo’s undisputed junior middleweight titles

United Kingdom (ESPN+): Josh Taylor vs. Jack Catterall, rematch, 12 rounds, for Taylor’s WBO junior welterweight title

Australia — Gennady Golovkin vs Michael Zerafa, 12 Rounds, for Golovkin’s WBA/IBF/WBO middleweight titles

1 WBA, #2 IBF, Zerafa (30-4, 19 KOs) was beaten by Jeff Horn in 2019, and the best win of his career was against the Australian earlier that year.

Despite being past his peak, Golovkin is still the middleweight champion and arguably that division’s best fighter.

Gervonta Davis vs Ryan Garcia, 12 Rounds, Super Lightweight

Terence Crawford vs Errol Spence, 12 Rounds for undisputed and lineal welterweight champion status

Deontay Wilder vs Andy Ruiz, 12 Rounds, Heavyweights

Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk, 12 Rounds, for Fury’s lineal heavyweight title and Usyk’s IBF, WBA and
WBO titles

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