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 25th January 2020

Garcia vs Redkach

Barclays Center, New York, United States
12 Rounds @ Welterweight
ShowTime & BoxNation

Undercard:
Hurd vs Santana
12 Rounds @ Super Welterweight
Fulton vs Khegai
12 Rounds @ Super Bantamweight

Tuesday 28th January 2020

Rolls vs Gamhour

The Danforth Music Hall, Ontario, Canada
10 Rounds @ Middleweight
UFC Fight Pass

Undercard:
Clayton vs Ramirez
10 Rounds @ Welterweight

Thursday 30th January 2020

Farmer vs Diaz

IBF World Junior Lightweight Championship
Meridian at Island Gardens, Florida, United States
12 Rounds @ Super Featherweight
DAZN & Sky Sports Action

Undercard:
Roman vs Akhmadaliev
WBA Super World Super Bantamweight Championship
IBF World Junior Featherweight Championship
12 Rounds @ Super Bantamweight
Andrade vs Keeler
WBO World Middleweight Championship
12 Rounds @ Middleweight
Paul vs Gib
6 Rounds @ Paul vs Gib
Sims Jr vs Angulo
12 Rounds @ Super Middleweight

Bornea vs Delgadillo

Legends Casino, Washington, United States
10 Rounds @ Super Flyweight
UFC Fight Pass

Friday 31st January 2020

Makabu vs Cieslak

Vacant WBC World Cruiserweight Championship
Kinshasa, Congo, The Democratic Republic of The
12 Rounds @ Cruiserweight

Villa vs Collado

Hirsch Coliseum, Louisiana, United States
10 Rounds @ Featherweight
ShowTime

Undercard:
Perez vs Hamazaryan
8 Rounds @ Lightweight

Saturday 1st February 2020

Joyce vs Haskins

Ulster Hall, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
10 Rounds @ Featherweight
ESPN+ & YouTube UK

Undercard:
McComb vs Godoy
12 Rounds @ Super Lightweight
Crocker vs Thain
8 Rounds @ Welterweight

Ugas vs Dallas Jr

Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, Mississippi, United States
12 Rounds @ Welterweight
Fox Sport 1

Undercard:
Rivera vs Maldonado Jr
10 Rounds @ Lightweight

Sunday 2nd February 2020

Ramirez vs Postol

WBC World Super Lightweight Championship
WBO World Junior Welterweight Championship
Mission Hills Haikou, Haikou, China
12 Rounds @ Super Lightweight
ESPN

Friday 7th February 2020

Concepcion vs Barrera

Vacant WBA Interim World Flyweight Championship
Arena Roberto Duran, Panama City, Panama
12 Rounds @ Flyweight

Saturday 8th February 2020

Russell Jr vs Nyambayar

WBC World Featherweight Championship
Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States
12 Rounds @ Featherweight
ShowTime

Undercard:
Rigondeaux vs Solis
Vacant WBA World Bantamweight Championship
12 Rounds @ Bantamweight

Brook vs DeLuca

Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, United Kingdom
12 Rounds @ Super Welterweight
DAZN & Sky Sports Action

Undercard:
Harper vs Wahlstrom
10 Rounds @ Super Featherweight
Galahad vs Marrero
12 Rounds @ Featherweight

Arslan vs Lerena

EWS Arena, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Germany
12 Rounds @ Cruiserweight

Friday 14th February 2020

Garcia vs Fonseca

Honda Center, California, United States
12 Rounds @ Lightweight
DAZN

Undercard:
Cobbs vs Neequaye
10 Rounds @ Welterweight

Mattice vs Gonzalez

2300 Arena, Pennsylvania, United States
10 Rounds @ Lightweight
ShowTime

Saturday 15th February 2020

Plant vs Feigenbutz

IBF World Super Middleweight Championship
Bridgestone Arena, Tennessee, United States
12 Rounds @ Super Middleweight
FOX

Undercard:
Dulay vs Magdaleno
10 Rounds @ Lightweight

Friday 21st February 2020

MTK Golden Contract vs Semi Finals

York Hall, London, United Kingdom
10 Rounds @ Super Lightweight
ESPN+ & Sky Sports Action

Saturday 22nd February 2020

Wilder vs Fury

WBC World Heavyweight Championship
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
12 Rounds @ Heavyweight
ESPN PPV & BT Sport Box Office

Friday 28th February 2020

Scardina vs Francillette

Allianz Cloud, Lombardia, Italy
10 Rounds @ Super Middleweight
DAZN

Saturday 29th February 2020

Garcia vs Vargas

The Ford Center at The Star, Texas, United States
12 Rounds @ Welterweight
DAZN & Sky Sports Action

Undercard:
Martinez vs Harris
WBC World Flyweight Championship
12 Rounds @ Flyweight
Yafai vs Gonzalez
WBA World Super Flyweight Championship
12 Rounds @ Super Flyweight

Saturday 7th March 2020

Kownacki vs Helenius

Barclays Center, New York, United States
12 Rounds @ Heavyweight
FOX

Quigg vs Carroll

Manchester Arena, Lancashire, United Kingdom
12 Rounds @ Super Featherweight
DAZN & Sky Sports Action

Undercard:
Johnson vs Mikhalkin
12 Rounds @ Light Heavyweight

Dignum vs Meli

Brentwood Centre, Essex, United Kingdom
10 Rounds @ Middleweight
ESPN+ & YouTube UK

Saturday 14th March 2020

Stevenson vs Marriaga

WBO World Featherweight Championship
Madison Square Garden, New York, United States
12 Rounds @ Featherweight
ESPN

Friday 20th March 2020

MTK Golden Contract vs The Light Heavyweight

United Kingdom
10 Rounds @ Light Heavyweight
ESPN+ & Sky Sports Action

Saturday 21st March 2020

Dorticos vs Briedis

IBF World Cruiserweight Championship
Arena Riga, Riga, Latvia
12 Rounds @ Cruiserweight
DAZN & YouTube UK

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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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Boxing Schedule 2020


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