Liverpool light welterweight Stephen Jennings will be back with a bang in the new boxing season; back to challenge for the vacant British Masters title at Institute, formerly Digbeth Civic Hall, in the West Midlands on September 13. Continue reading
18-year-old Hughie Fury, cousin of the outspoken heavyweight Tyson, will fight Shane McPhilbin, a former British cruiserweight champion, live on Channel 5, on September 14.
English super bantamweight champion, Liverpool’s Jazza Dickens, will challenge unbeaten Kid Galahad, for the vacant British title on September 14 at Rotherham’s Magna Centre.
Matchroom Boxing’s Eddie Hearn had boxing fans drooling yesterday when, in association with Dave Coldwell and Coldwell Boxing, he announced a blockbuster night of boxing set to take place at Liverpool’s historic Olympia venue on September 21.
Once-domestic super middleweight ruler Tony Quigley is to make his long-awaited return to the squared circle in December at Lancashire Cricket Club in a four-round contest, following a lengthy absence due to injury.
Derry Mathews (33-8-2, 18KOs) will defend his Commonwealth lightweight title against fellow Dave Coldwell-promoted stablemate Curtis Woodhouse, 19-5 (13), on September 21 in Liverpool.
Kell Brook will face Vyacheslav Senchenko at the Motorpoint Arena Sheffield on October 26, live on Sky Sports.
Tony Bellew will get his second shot at world title glory when he faces either Adonis Stevenson or Tavoris Cloud for the light heavyweight crown in Canada in November.
Olympic gold medallist Anthony Joshua hassigned a long-term promotional deal with Matchroom and will make his debut at The O2 Arena in London on October 5, live on Sky Sports.
Carl Froch will defend his IBF and WBA world super middleweight titles against George Groves this winter, live on Sky Sports HD.
The all-British clash will take place in late November or early December at a venue to be confirmed at a press conference in the near future.