October 2, 2015
October 2, 2015
Lucas Matthysse-Victor Postol

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There’s plenty of live boxing on this weekend, with BoxNation picking up most of the action. Spike however are showing Deontay Wilder’s 11 round drubbing of Johann Duhaupas from last weekend, which was not available to watch like in the UK.

The notable absence from this list is Adrien Broner’s attempt at becoming a world champion in a fourth weight class. He takes on Khabib Allakhverdiev for the vacant WBA super-lightweight strap, but UK fans won’t have a chance to catch it live.

FRIDAY 2

Time: 8.00pm

Channel: London Live

Event: The first of Mickey Helliett’s shows to be broadcast on London Live takes place from the Camden Centre in London. The bill is topped by unbeaten Darryll Williams’ clash with Richard Horton for the vacant Southern Area super-middleweight belt.

SATURDAY 3

Time: 2.00am

Channel: BoxNation

Event: Late replacement Ovill McKenzie looks to pull off the upset and dethrone IBF world cruiserweight champion Victor Ramirez in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The show starts at 2am but the main event could begin an hour later with only a few four and six rounders scheduled for the broadcast beforehand.

Time: 7.00pm

Channel: BoxNation

Event: Unbeaten middleweight Tommy Langford faces the durable Christian Rios at the Civic Hall in Wolverhampton. The 26-year-old defends his WBO Inter-Continental title in a bid to move up the governing body’s rankings

Time: 10.00pm

Channel: Spike

Event:  Spike show Deontay Wilder’s WBC world heavyweight title defence against the overmatched but durable Johann Duhaupas, which took place last weekend [September 26]. SPOILER ALERT Wilder stopped him in the 11th.

SUNDAY 4

Time: 2.00am

Channel: BoxNation

Event: Highly ranked super lightweights Viktor Postol and Lucas Matthysse will duke it out for the vacant WBC crown, which was recently vacated by Danny Garcia. On the undercard, former two weight world champion Humberto Soto faces rising contender Antonio Orozco.