Boxing Schedule

Boxing Schedule: What to know when all the big fights are happening? Then take a look at our comprehensive schedule below. It covers the date, venue, TV coverage, under-card, how many rounds, and if any championship belts are on the line. Updated regularly.

Boxing Schedule 2020
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Saturday 2nd May 2020

Rungvisai vs Ruenroeng

Workpoint Studio, Bang Phun, Thailand
12 Rounds @ Super Flyweight

Saturday 16th May 2020

Briedis vs Dorticos

IBF World Cruiserweight Championship
Arena Riga, Riga, Latvia
12 Rounds @ Cruiserweight
DAZN & Sky Sports Action

Saturday 20th June 2020

Joshua vs Pulev

WBA Super World Heavyweight Championship
IBF World Heavyweight Championship
WBO World Heavyweight Championship
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, United Kingdom
12 Rounds @ Heavyweight
DAZN & Sky Box Office HD

Saturday 27th June 2020

Ritson vs Vazquez

Newcastle Arena, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
12 Rounds @ Super Lightweight
DAZN & Sky Sports Action

Undercard:
Peres vs Marshall
10 Rounds @ Light Heavyweight
Wardley vs Vallily
12 Rounds @ Heavyweight

Saturday 4th July 2020

Whyte vs Povetkin

WBC Interim World Heavyweight Championship
Manchester Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom
12 Rounds @ Heavyweight
DAZN & Sky Box Office HD

Undercard:
Taylor vs Serrano
10 Rounds @ Lightweight
Johnson vs Mikhalkin
12 Rounds @ Light Heavyweight

Saturday 11th July 2020

Dubois vs Joyce

O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom
12 Rounds @ Heavyweight
ESPN+ & BT Sport Box Office

Undercard:
Jenkins vs Garton
BBBOC British Welterweight Championship
12 Rounds @ Welterweight
Yarde vs Arthur
12 Rounds @ Light Heavyweight

Selby vs Kambosos Jr

Motorpoint Arena, Wales, United Kingdom
12 Rounds @ Lightweight
DAZN & Sky Sports Action

Undercard:
Tennyson vs Gwynne
BBBOC British Lightweight Championship
12 Rounds @ Lightweight
Billam Smith vs Thorley
CBC Commonwealth Cruiserweight Championship
12 Rounds @ Cruiserweight

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Boxing Schedule

Unlike football or rugby, boxing doesn’t have a set schedule at the start of each year. As such, the boxing calendar is very fluid. Events can be scheduled at any time and almost anywhere. That make it difficult for fans to keep track of what is happening.

Obviously you don’t want to miss out on any of the big fights that are taking place. That is why our boxing schedule is so important. It allows you to see when all the biggest stars are back in action; what TV network will broadcast their bouts; and who will also be fighting on their under card.


Fight Postponements


There are things to be aware of when it comes to a boxing schedule. First up is cancellations. Sometimes a boxer can get injured in training and this can mean that the bout gets pushed back a few weeks or even months.

A classic example of this was in the build-up to the Rumble in the Jungle, featuring George Foreman and Muhammad Ali. Foreman suffered a cut above his right eye eight days prior to the bout taking place. This meant that the original fight date of September 25th had to be pushed back to October 30th – allowing plenty of time for the wound to heal.

There are many other reasons why a bout can be postponed or even cancelled. To find out more, please take a look at out informative article: Fight Cancellations.


Let’s go again!


Some bouts were so thrilling or generated so much money, that the fans (and promoter) want to see it all over again. That is why you will sometimes see boxing rematches appearing on the boxing schedule.

We have seen many of these over the years such as Tunney vs Dempsey, Eubank vs Benn, Foreman vs Frazier etc. etc. There will always be rematches and at times trilogies in boxing.

To find out more about boxing rematches and why they happen, take a look at our article: What’s the deal with boxing rematches?


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