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Cleto Reyes, Gloves The Brand That Champions Love by CNNEE

This past weekend CNNEE interviewed Alberto Reyes owner of the famous Mexican boxing gloves shares how the work history of his family has come to cross borders around the world.


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De La Hoya: Canelo Would Beat Mayweather ‘Easy’ in Rematch!

If Floyd Mayweather Jr. (49-0, 26 KOs) is looking for a massive pay-per-view fight – then Golden Boy Promotions CEO Oscar De La Hoya sees only one option – Mexican superstar Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (48-1-1, 34 KOs).


Back in 2013 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Mayweather dominated Canelo over twelve rounds for a decision win. Their pay-per-view broke several revenue records and generated 2.2 million purchases on pay-per-view.

Since that fight, Mayweather – who turns 40 – retired in September of 2015, but he’s teased on more than one occasion of a potential comeback.

Canelo has won six in a row and two world titles since that loss, and faces Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on May 6th from Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena. If a rematch were to happen, De La Hoya is confident that Canelo would not only avenge his only career defeat – but he would do it with complete ease.

“If Floyd wants to have a big fight, a huge fight, the only guy he could fight is Canelo Alvarez,” De La Hoya said to Sports Illustrated. “And I guarantee you, I believe in my heart of hearts that Canelo would probably beat him easy, maybe even knock him out”?.

Mayweather has only been mentioning one possible opponent as of late, UFC superstar Conor McGregor – a fight that De La Hoya believes will never be allowed to happen. De La Hoya says the UFC will never grant permission to their biggest company superstar to take part in a boxing match, where he is likely going to be dominated from bell to bell.

“That’ll never happen,” De La Hoya said. “The UFC will never allow it. It just will not happen. Why would they let the biggest star, McGregor, go up in the ring just straight boxing? Mayweather would probably outclass him. It would be a boring boxing match. Easy as that. Why would the UFC allow that?

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Canelo Alvarez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.

Where: T-Mobile Center in Las Vegas When: Saturday, May 6 TV: HBO PPV, 9 p.m. ET




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Weight issues aside, Canelo Alvarez and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. ready for tough fight

How much would Alvarez, who has been boxing at 154 and 155 pounds, be willing to go up in weight? And how much would Chavez, who has been fighting between 168 and 172 in recent years (and struggling badly to make it), be willing to come down?

They finally settled on a catchweight of 164.5 pounds, with significant financial penalties if either misses weight, for their 12-round fight on May 6 (HBO PPV, 9 p.m. ET) — Cinco de Mayo weekend — at the T-Mobile Center in Las Vegas.

So on Monday, when the fighters and their teams kicked off a four-city, two-country media tour/fan fest to promote the bout, thousands of fans and hundreds of media showed up for the kickoff event in Mexico City. Naturally, the weight issue was a hot topic of discussion, as was the meaning of the fight to Mexican fans.

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Canelo Alvarez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.

Where: T-Mobile Center in Las Vegas When: Saturday, May 6 TV: HBO PPV, 9 p.m. ET




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Amir Khan to fight Manny Pacquiao as boxers agree on terms over clash in Britain in May

“Pacquiao set for clash with former training partner Khan on May 20 with Manchester or Bolton likely venue”

Former training partners Khan and Pacquiao are understood to have agreed terms to face each other in Britain in what would be one of the most eagerly-anticipated fights of the year.

Khan has been pushing for a career defining clash with either Pacquiao or Floyd Mayweather for years and now looks to have finally got his wish.

And according to The Times, the pair will go head-to-head later this year with the Manchester Arena or Bolton’s Macron Stadium the venue to host the bout.

Khan has not fought since he was knocked out challenging Saul Alvarez for the WBC middleweight title in Las Vegas last May.

Since then the 30-year-old has taken time off to recover from an operation to repair a damaged hand – which Khan revealed to The Sun meant he had been fighting with a broken bone for 13 years.

But after looking for a high profile match to greet his return top the ring, it seems he may have come up trumps with about against the popular Filipino.

Talks took place with promoter Eddie Hearn over a huge all-British clash with Kell Brook but no deal could be agreed amid claims Khan was holding out for too much money.

Now it seems the former world light-welterweight champion will get the A-list opponent he has been searching for in the shape of Pacquiao.

Verbal agreements have been reached between both camps, with just official contracts now needing to be signed.

And though at 38 Pacquaio is no longer at the peak of his powers, he is still regarded as one of the sport’s biggest names and getting him to fight in the UK will be a huge attraction to British boxing fans.

He has been crowned world champion across eight divisions and is regarded as one of the greatest fighters boxing has ever seen.

Last November he was crowned WBO welterweight champion when he cruised to a comfortable unanimous decision to beat Jessi Vargas in Vegas.

Khan and Pacquiao know each other well after their time working together under Freddie Roach in Hollywood, when they sparred hundreds of rounds together.

At the time Roach insisted they would not fight each other, but Khan’s switch to work under Virgil Hunter in 2012 has made the bout possible.

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Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame announces newest class

The Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame announced its 14-person class of inductees Wednesday, headlined by Thomas Hearns, Leon Spinks and Michael Spinks.

Also announced as inductees by Boxing Hall of Fame, Hall CEO/president Michelle Corrales-Lewis, were Michael Carbajal, Erik Morales and Salvador Sanchez, among the greats to be honored Aug. 12 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Hearns was chosen in the non-Nevada resident boxer category, along with Michael Spinks, Morales, Michael Carbajal, women’s boxing star Lucia Rijker and Salvador Sanchez. Elected in the Nevada resident boxer category are Ken Norton, Leon Spinks and Richie Sandoval.

Chosen in the non-boxer category were referee Davey Pearl, public relations specialist Debbie Munch, promoter Mel Greb, trainer/cut man Rafael Garcia and Nevada Athletic Commission chair Dr. Elias Ghanem.

Norton, Sanchez, Greb and Ghanem will be inducted posthumously.

The members of the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame’s fifth-induction class will be honored at a gala dinner at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Aug. 12.

“We are very proud of this class of inductees, and it contains some of the greatest fighters who ever lived,” Corrales-Lewis said in a news release. “I’m looking forward to our gala dinner when we can honor these richly deserving people and allow their fans to say hello.”

Hearns was one of the standouts during the 1980s and participated in a series of great bouts in Las Vegas with Leonard, Hagler and Duran. His 1985 bout with Hagler at Caesars Palace is still regarded by many as the greatest fight in boxing history.

The Spinks brothers, Michael and Leon, become the first set of brothers inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame. Both won gold medals for the U.S. at the 1976 Olympics in Montreal and then went on to win world titles in the pros.

Norton, known primarily for a series of close bouts with the legendary Muhammad Ali, also competed in one of the great heavyweight title bouts ever. He lost the WBC title by a razor-thin decision to Larry Holmes in 1978, among the finest heavyweight championship fights ever held.

Pearl was among the best referees of all-time and worked more than 70 championship bouts. He was the referee for both Leon Spinks’ shocking 1978 upset of Ali as well as for Leonard’s dramatic 14th-round knockout of Hearns in 1981.

Michael Carbajal is known as the first junior flyweight to earn a $1 million purse. He won world titles at junior flyweight and flyweight. Known as “Little Hands of Stone” for his punching power, Carbajal was 49-4 with 33 KOs.


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The WBC 54th Anniversary Commemorative Belts

The World Boxing Council was founded February 14th, 1963, thanks to the initiative of then President of Mexico, Don Adolfo Lopez Mateos, and a special belt has now been created to honor his memory, and contribution to our existence, plus growth into Boxing’s most important organization.

Don Adolfo was a boxer in his youth and was often seen at the boxing matches, even during his historic six years as President.

With 11 countries present, the World Boxing Council was born and at that very moment, the quest to make boxing safer began.

Mexico celebrates 2 major National Festivities, 5 De Mayo and Independence Day on September 15. Over the years these dates have been directly related to boxing with major contests promoted to commemorate them.

Mexico is the second most important nation of boxing, and its number of champions, is only behind the USA and the third in number of championship fights held, after USA and Japan.

The WBC has decided to institute the “Adolfo Lopez Mateos” commemorative belt to be presented as an special award to the winner of the fights contested on these 2 dates as a way to celebrate the link of boxing with the country of Mexico, which is the home of the WBC headquarters.

On may 6th two Mexican fighters will fight during the Mexican 5 de Mayo celebration weekend in Las Vegas. The winner will be awarded this unique belt, which is hand made by the Huichol community. A uniquely magnificent work of art.

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The WBC launches “I Fight for Mexico”

The World Boxing Council launched a new campaign “I Fight for Mexico.” The campaign’s main goal is to inspire and encourage values of solidarity and unity through hard work nationwide.

his initiative invites all people to stand proud and together stating “I fight for Mexico,” so we are all as one, giving our utmost, whatever our daily activity. The goal is to offer the very best of ourselves through solidarity in benefit of our Great Mexico.

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Boxing Fights 2017!

It’s a new year and all boxing fans have some good expectations 2017 boxing fights, on the past year we saw Manny Pacquiao coming back to the ring, Canelo  giving away his belt, GGG challenging Canelo , Sergey Kovalev getting defeated, Jessie Vargas accepting any challenge,  Carlos Cuadras losing his belt vs Roman Chocolatito and many more boxing fights and events.

But is all in the past! What can we expect for 2017? What fights would you like to see?

Of course! Canelo vs GGG, a fight that has been talked about for months and that has not yet been established officially. We would also like to see Manny Pacquiao back! But with who? Terence Crawford is what is rumored. Miguel Cotto is getting back on the ring, Keith Thurman vs Danny Garcia, maybe and why not the rematch between Sergey Kovalev and Andre Ward.

This is the boxing fight schedule from January to March for 2017 provided by



At Dearborn, Mich.:

  • Cornelius “K9” Bundrage vs. Sergio Gomez, 6 rounds, middleweights
  • Bakhtiyar Eyubov vs. Elvin Perez, 6 rounds, welterweights
  • James Ballard vs. Robert Guerra, 6 rounds, light heavyweights
  • Antonio Wade vs. Cesar Ruiz, 4 rounds, middleweights

At Minneapolis, Minn.:

  • Phil Williams vs. Mengistu Zarzar, 8 rounds, cruiserweights
  • Caleb Truax vs. Joshua Okine, 10 rounds, super middleweights
  • Urial Lara vs. Fred Thomas, 4 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Stan Martyniouk vs. Justin Savi, 8 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Livan Navarro vs. Gilbert Venegas, 8 rounds, junior welterweights

January 13

At Hialeah, Fla. (PBC on Spike):

  • Erislandy Lara vs. Yuri Foreman, 12 rounds, for Lara’s WBA junior middleweight title
  • Anthony Dirrell vs. Norbert Nemesapati, 10 rounds, super middleweights
  • Miguel Cruz vs. Alex Martin, 8 or 10 rounds, welterweights
  • Juan Carlos Payano vs. Isao Gonzalo Carranza, 8 or 10 rounds, bantamweights
  • Joey Hernandez vs. Edwin Palacios, 6 rounds, middleweights
  • Dennis Galarza vs. Edgardo Rivera, 6 rounds, lightweights
  • Robert Daniels Jr. vs. Antonio Alicea, 4 rounds, light heavyweights

At Glen Burnie, Md.:

  • Jessie Nicklow vs. Chauncey Fields, 8 rounds, super middleweights
  • Donald Wallace vs. Tahir Thomas, 6 rounds, super middleweights
  • Michael Gbenga vs. TBA, 6 rounds, light heavyweight

January 14

At New York (Showtime):

  • Badou Jack vs. James DeGale, 12 rounds, WBC/IBF super middleweight unification
  • Jose Pedraza vs. Gervonta Davis, 12 rounds, for Pedraza’s IBF junior lightweight title
  • Amanda Serrano vs. Yazmin Rivas, 10 rounds, female junior featherweights
  • Ievgen Khytrov vs. Immanuwel Aleem, 10 rounds, middleweights
  • Adam Kownacki vs. Joshua Tufte, 8 or 10 rounds, heavyweights
  • Julian Sosa vs. Gabriel Solario, 6 rounds, welterweights
  • Noel Murphy vs. Maxito Sainvil, 6 rounds, welterweights
  • Thomas Dulorme vs. Brian Jones, 8 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Kenny Robles vs. TBA, 4 rounds, welterweights

At Denver:

  • Stevie Marquez vs. Daniel Calzada, 6 rounds, junior middleweights

January 19

At Worcester, Mass.:

  • Irvin Gonzalez vs. Oscar Eduardo Quezada, 6 rounds, junior lightweights
  • Ray Graceski vs. Ralph Johnson, 6 rounds, light heavyweights
  • Ranse Andino vs. Jonathan Perez, 4 rounds, junior lightweights
  • Chuck Shearns vs. Shavonote Dixon, 4 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Felix Martinez vs. Brian Richardson, 4 rounds, heavyweights
  • Richard Rivera vs. Huston Crayton, 4 rounds, light heavyweights
  • Wilfredo Pagan vs. Alexander Picot, 4 rounds, welterweights
  • Luis Santiago vs. Jonathan Ramos, 4 rounds, junior featherweights
  • Anthony Laureano vs. Rafael Francis, 4 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Brandon Montella vs. Roberto Valenzuela, 4 rounds, light heavyweights
  • Jean Pierre Augstin vs. TBA, 4 rounds, heavyweights

January 20

At Atlantic City, N.J. (Showtime):

  • Adam Lopez vs. Danny Roman, 10 rounds, junior featherweights
  • Ronald Ellis vs. Christopher Brooker, 8 rounds, super middleweights
  • Kenneth Sims Jr. vs. Wellington Romero, 8 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Stephon Young vs. Daniel Rosas, 8 rounds, junior featherweights

At Hinckley, Minn. (

  • Robert Brant vs. George Carter Jr., 10 rounds, middleweights

January 21

At Trenton, N.J.:

  • Zab Judah vs. Jorge Luis Munguia, 10 rounds, welterweights
  • Derrick Webster vs. TBA, 8 rounds, super middleweights
  • Mike Hilton vs. TBA, 6 rounds, cruiserweights

At Chicago:

  • Achour Esho vs. Anthony Abbruzzese, 8 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Josh Hernandez vs. TBA, 6 rounds, junior lightweights
  • Yousif Saleh vs. TBA, 4 rounds, lightweights
  • Ruben Schobitz vs. TBA, 4 rounds, super middleweights
  • Jessica McCaskill vs. TBA, 4 rounds, female lightweights
  • Francisco Saldana vs. TBA, 4 rounds, junior featherweights
  • Javier Rivera vs. TBA, 4 rounds, flyweights

At Paris:

  • Cedric Vitu vs. Isaac Real, 12 rounds, for Vitu’s European junior middleweight title

At Struer, Denmark:

  • Patrick Nielsen vs. Beibi Berrocal, 10 rounds, super middleweights
  • Dina Thorslund vs. Xenia Jorneac, 10 rounds, female junior featherweights
  • Abdul Khattab vs. Arman Torosyan, 8 rounds, middleweights
  • Mikkel Nielsen vs. TBA, 6 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Kim Thomsen vs. TBA, 4 rounds, heavyweights

January 22

At Detroit:

  • Lanardo Tyner vs. Wesley Tucker, 8 rounds, welterweights
  • Junior Wright vs. TBA, 8 rounds, cruiserweights
  • Alexey Zubov vs. TBA, 8 rounds, cruiserweights
  • James Gordon Smith vs. TBA, 8 rounds, bantamweights
  • Bakhtiyar Eyubov vs. TBA, 6 rounds, welterweights
  • Larry Ventus vs. TBA, 6 rounds, welterweights
  • Ja’Rico O’Quinn vs. TBA, 6 rounds, bantamweights
  • Ardreal Holmes vs. TBA, 6 rounds, middleweights
  • DeAndre Ware vs. TBA, 6 rounds, super middleweights
  • Marcus Carter vs. TBA, 4 rounds, heavyweights

January 27

At Studio City, Calif. (UniMas):

  • Erick DeLeon vs. Jose Salinas, 8 rounds, junior lightweights
  • Arnold Barboza Jr. vs. Johnny Rodriguez, 8 rounds, welterweights
  • Alexander Besputin vs. Gilberto Pereira, 8 rounds, welterweights
  • Maxim Dadashev vs. Jerome Rodriguez, 6 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Robson Conceicao vs. Aaron Ely, 6 rounds, lightweights
  • Bakhram Murtazaliev vs. TBA, 6 rounds, middleweights
  • Bryan Flores vs. TBA, 6 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Alexander Enriquez vs. TBA, 4 rounds, lightweights
  • Kevin Valle vs. Alex Silva, 4 rounds, lightweights
  • Devon Lee vs. John White, 4 rounds, welterweights

January 28

At Las Vegas (Showtime):

  • Carl Frampton vs. Leo Santa Cruz, rematch, 12 rounds, for Frampton’s WBA featherweight title
  • Dejan Zlaticanin vs. Mikey Garcia, 12 rounds, for Zlaticanin’s WBC lightweight title
  • Lee Selby vs. Jonathan Victor Barros, 12 rounds, for Selby’s IBF featherweight title
  • Jorge Lara vs. Oktay Takalak, 10 rounds, featherweights
  • David Benavidez vs. TBA, 10 rounds, super middleweights
  • Josh Taylor vs. TBA, 10 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Antonio Santa Cruz vs. TBA, 4 rounds, bantamweights
  • Jerry Perez vs. TBA, 4 rounds, featherweights
  • Ivan Redkach vs. TBA, 8 or 10 rounds, lightweights

At Indio, Calif. (HBO):

  • Francisco Vargas vs. Miguel Berchelt, 12 rounds, for Vargas’ WBC junior lightweight title
  • Takashi Miura vs. Miguel “Mickey” Roman, 12 rounds, WBC junior lightweight title eliminator

At TBA, Puerto Rico:

  • Teiru Kinoshita vs. McJoe Arroyo, IBF junior bantamweight eliminator

At Philadelphia:

  • Jaron Ennis vs. TBA, 6 rounds, welterweights
  • Manny Folly vs. TBA, 6 rounds, junior featherweights
  • Joshua Jones vs. TBA, 4 rounds, lightweights
  • Donovan Cameron vs. TBA, 4 or 6 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Carlos Sanchez vs. TBA, 6 rounds, welterweights
  • Adam Daranyi vs. TBA, 6 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Brandun Lee vs. TBA, 4 rounds, welterweights
  • Christian Camarena vs. TBA, 4 rounds, lightweights

At Oslo, Norway:

  • Cecilia Braekhus vs. Klara Svensson, 10 rounds, female welterweights

At Atlantic City, N.J.:

  • Thomas LaManna vs. TBA, 8 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Chuck Mussachio vs. Michael Mitchell, 6 rounds, light heavyweights
  • John Bauza vs. TBA, 6 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Gabriel Pham vs. TBA, 6 rounds, super middleweights
  • Ernesto Perez vs. Courtney McCleave, 4 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Jamil Simmons vs. Tomas Romain, 4 rounds, lightweights
  • Quian Davis vs. TBA, 4 rounds, heavyweights
  • Bryne Green vs. TBA, 4 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Dan Murray vs. TBA, 4 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Yurik Mamedov vs. TBA, 4 rounds, welterweights
  • Dallas Holden vs. TBA, 4 rounds, bantamweights

January 29

At Macau, China:

  • Jerwin Ancajas vs. Jose Alfredo Rodriguez, 12 round, for Ancajas’s IBF junior bantamweight title
  • Bogdan Dinu vs. Raphael Tronche, 12 rounds, heavyweights


February 2

At Tunica, Miss. (PBC on FS1/Fox Deportes):

  • Sammy Vasquez Jr. vs. Luis Collazo, 10 rounds, welterweights
  • Yordenis Ugas vs. Levan Ghvamichava, 10 rounds, welterweights
  • Ryan Karl vs. Eddie Ramirez, 10 rounds, junior welterweights

February 3

At San Juan, Puerto Rico (UniMas):

  • Felix Verdejo vs. Oliver Flores, 10 rounds, lightweights
  • Christopher Diaz vs. Efrain Esquivias, 8 rounds, featherweights
  • Nestor Bravo vs. Daniel Bastien, 6 rounds, lightweights

At Adelaide, Australia:

  • Anthony Mundine vs. Danny Green, rematch, 10 rounds, light heavwyeights

February 4

At Kempton Park, South Africa:

  • Enrico Koelling vs. Ryno Liebenberg, rematch, 12 rounds, light heavyweights
  • Hekkie Budler vs Joey Canoy, 12 rounds, junior flyweights
  • Kevin Lerena vs. Vikapita Meroro, 10 rounds, cruiserweights

At London, England:

  • Renold Quinlan vs. Chris Eubank Jr., 12 rounds, super middleweights

At Magdeburg, Germany:

  • Mariusz Wach vs. Agit Kabayel, 12 rounds, for vacant European heavyweight title

At Lincoln, R.I.:

  • Khiary Gray vs. Courtney Pennington, 8 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Timmy Ramos vs. Josh Crespo, 6 rounds, featherweights
  • Ray Oliveira Jr. vs. Jose Rivera, 6 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Jamaine Ortiz vs. Canton Miller, 4 rounds, lightweights
  • Julio Perez vs. Matt Dpherty, 4 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Christopher Davis-Fogg vs. Anthony Everett, 4 rounds, middleweights
  • Khiry Todd vs. TBA, 4 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Kendrick Ball Jr. vs. Kenneth Glenn, 4 rounds, super middleweights
  • Marqus Bates vs. Aaron Muniz, 4 rounds, welterweights
  • Anthony Marsell Jr. vs. Omar Brito, 4 rounds, lightweights

February 10

At Miami, Okla. (Showtime):

  • Ivan Baranchyk vs. Abel Ramos, 10 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Trey Lippe-Morrison vs. TBA, 6 rounds, heavyweights

At Toledo, Ohio (PBC on Bounce TV):

  • Robert Easter Jr. vs. Luis Cruz, 12 rounds, for Easter’s IBF lightweight title
  • Rau’Shee Warren vs. Zhanat Zhakiyanov, 12 rounds, for Warren’s WBA bantamweight title

February 11

At Carshalton, England:

  • Lenny Daws vs. Anthony Yigit, 12 rounds, for vacant Euopean junior welterweight title

February 17

At Wilmington, Del. (PPV):

  • Roy Jones Jr. vs. Bobby Gunn, 12 rounds, cruiserweights

At TBA, Texas (UniMas):

  • Jose Felix Jr. vs. Jonathan Maicelo, 10 rounds, lightweights

February 18

At Cincinnati (Showtime):

  • Adrien Broner vs. Adrian Granados, 10 or 12 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Gary Russell Jr. vs. Oscar Escandon, 12 rounds, for Russell’s WBC featherweight title
  • Jermell Charlo vs. Charles Hatley, 12 rounds, for Charlo’s WBC junior middleweight title

At Belfast, Northern Ireland:

  • Jamie Conlan vs. TBA, 12 rounds, for Conlan’s Commonwealth junior bantamweight title

February 24

At TBA (Telemundo):

  • “Boxeo Telemundo”

At Quebec City:

  • Eleider “Storm” Alvarez vs. Lucian Bute, 12 rounds, WBC light heavyweight eliminator

February 25

At Frisco, Texas (HBO PPV):

  • Miguel Cotto vs. James Kirkland, 12 rounds, junior middleweights
  • Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Moises Flores, 12 rounds, for Rigondeaux’s WBA junior featherweight title

At Birmingham, Ala. (PBC on Fox):

  • Deontay Wilder vs. Andrzej Wawrzyk, 12 rounds, for Wilder’s WBC heavyweight title
  • Dominic Breazeale vs. Artur Szpilka, 10 rounds, heavyweights
  • Travis Kauffman vs. Amir Mansour, 10 rounds, heavyweights

At Hull, England:

  • Gavin McDonnell vs. Rey Vargas, 12 rounds, for vacant WBC junior featherweight title
  • Luke Campbell vs. Jairo Lopez, 12 rounds, lightweights
  • Tommy Coyle vs. Kofi Yates, 10 rounds, junior welterweights
  • Samir Mouneimne vs. TBA, 8 or 10 rounds, featherweights
  • Dave Allen vs. TBA, 8 or 10 rounds, heavyweights
  • Dec Spelman vs. TBA, 8 rounds, light heavyweights

At Paris:

  • Karim Guerfi vs. Stephane Jamoye, 12 rounds, for Guerfi’s European bantamweight title

February 26

At Kami-Amakusa, Japan:

  • Moises Calleros vs. Tatsuya Fukuhara, 12 rounds, for vacant WBO interim strawweight title


March 3

At TBA (Telemundo):

  • “Boxeo Telemundo”

March 4

At New York (Showtime):

  • Keith Thurman vs. Danny Garcia, 12 rounds, WBA/WBC welterweight unification
  • Erickson Lubin vs. Jorge Cota, 12 rounds, WBC junior middleweight eliminator

At TBA, Thailand:

  • Nawaphon Sor Rungvisai vs. Juan “Churritos” Hernandez Navarrete, 12 rounds, for vacant WBC flyweight title

At London:

  • Tony Bellew vs. David Haye, 12 rounds, heavyweights

March 10

At TBA (Telemundo):

  • “Boxeo Telemundo”

March 17

At TBA (Telemundo):

  • “Boxeo Telemundo”

At New York:

  • Michael Conlan vs. TBA, 4 or 6 rounds, junior featherweights

March 18

New York (HBO PPV):

  • Gennady Golovkin vs. Daniel Jacobs, 12 rounds, for Golovkin’s WBA/WBC/IBF middleweight title

At TBA, Germany:

  • Robert Stieglitz vs. TBA, 12 rounds, for Stieglitz’s European light heavyweight title

At TBA, Germany:

  • Tyron Zeuge vs. Paul Smith, 12 rounds, for Zeuge’s WBA super middleweight title

March 31

At TBA (PBC on Bounce TV):

  • Premier Boxing Champions

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