Friday July 17
8pm BoxNation (LIVE)
DAVID PRICE meets Erkan Teper in the headline fight live from Ludwigsburg for the vacant European heavyweight title, but the undercard will also be shown from the start time.
Saturday July 18
1.30pm BoxNation (LIVE)
IK YANG, the exciting and unbeaten Chinese light-welterweight takes on 47-0 (but only two stoppages) Argentine Cesar Cuenca for the vacant IBF belt in Macau. Nonito Donaire should be in the ring around 1.40pm and stars on the undercard, with Yang’s fight around 3pm.
7pm Sky Sports 1
MATCHROOM’S massive Manchester show kicks off and there will be two British title fights – Sam Eggington versus Glenn Foot and Chris Jenkins opposing Tyrone Nurse – plus Martin Murray’s bout before the two big ones.
9.10pm ITV4 (LIVE)
CHRIS ARREOLA, the enigmatic and outspoken American heavyweight, should be ready to go around this time, and faces Fred Kassi in El Paso, Texas as the chief support to Carl Frampton-Alejandro Gonzalez Jnr.
9.30-10pm (approx) Sky Sports 1 (LIVE)
SCOTT QUIGG sets about powerful Spaniard and former IBF king Kiko Martinez but the time taken up by previous bouts will determine the exact start time – Sky are aiming for 10pm though. The Bury man won’t care when it starts, only how it finishes.
10pm ITV 1 (LIVE)
CARL FRAMPTON makes his US debut against the unheralded Alejandro Gonzalez Jnr in El Paso, Texas. The Belfast sensation should prove a delight to the local US audience and to the terrestrial one back at home.
10.30-11pm (approx) Sky Sports 1 (LIVE)
ANTHONY CROLLA is unlikely to start his bid for world title glory before 10.30pm so while people may have to choose between super-bantam stars Quigg and Frampton, everyone sould be able to watch most of the Manchester hero’s biggest fight, against WBA ruler Darleys Perez.
11.15-1145pm (approx) Sky Sports 1 (Delayed)
ARTHUR ABRAHAM and Robert Stieglitz will have to be content with live coverage of their fight on Sat 1 in their homeland as the German rivals’ fourth battle (which should actually take place around 9.45pm UK time) will be shown delayed on Sky, following the conclusion of the big Manchester card. The channel also hope to broadcast undefeated Lowestoft middleweight Anthony Ogogo’s comeback from injury against Ruslan Schelev but this is not guaranteed.