Boxing big fight dates, schedule & venues for 2017

Last Updated August 16 2017, 14:24Boxing
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We will also bring you previews, reports, betting analysis and reaction to all the big fights in the coming months.

Big boxing fights in August 2017

19 - Lincoln, USA: Terence Crawford v Julius Indongo (WBC/WBA super/IBF/WBO/IBO super-lightweight titles), Dillian Whyte v Malcolm Tann plus Bryant Jennings, Nicholas Walters and Mike Alvarado

26 - Carson, USA: Miguel Cotto v Yoshihiro Kamegai (vacant WBO world super-welterweight title), Rey Vargas v Ronny Rios (WBC world super-bantamweight title)

Las Vegas, USA: Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor, Nathan Cleverly v Badou Jack (WBA world light-heavyweight title), Gervonta Davis v Roman Martinez (IBF world super-featherweight title), Shawn Porter v Thomas Dulorme, Savannah Marshall v Amy Coleman

Big boxing fights in September 2017


2 - Accra, Ghana: Emmanuel Tagoe v Argenis Mendez (IBO world lightweight title)

Doncaster, Britain: Maxi Hughes v Ryan Moorhead (vacant Central Area super-featherweight title) plus Curtis Woodhouse, Anthony Tomlinson, Lewis Booth, Jason Cunningham, Tom Bell, Lewis Taylor and Jordan Gill

3 - Kyoto, Japan: Shun Kubo v Danel Roman (WBA world super-bantamweight title)

8 - Las Vegas, USA: Ronald Gavril v David Benavidez (vacant WBC world super-middleweight title)

9 - Berlin, Germany: Oleksandr Usyk v Marco Huck (WBO world cruiserweight title)

California, USA: Wisaksil Wangek v Roman Gonzalez (WBC world super-flyweight title), Naoya Inoue v Antonio Nieves (WBO world super-flyweight title)

Chelyabinsk, Russia: Shavkat Rakhimov v Fernando David Saucedo (vacant IBO world super-featherweight title)

13 - Osaka, Japan: Yukinori Oguni v Ryosuke Iwasa (IBF world super-bantamweight title)

16 - Las Vegas, USA: Gennady Golovkin v Saul Alvarez (WBC/WBA/IBF/IBO world middeweight titles), Diego De La Hoya v Randy Caballero, Antonio Orozco v Roberto Ortiz plus Ryan Martin

London, Britain: Billy Joe Saunders v Willie Monroe Jr (WBO world middleweight title), Anthony Yarde v Ryan Ford (vacant WBO inter-continental light-heavyweight title), Joe Pigford v Kieran Smith (vacant WBO European super-welterweight title), Daniel Dubois v AJ Carter (vacant Southern Area heavyweight tite) pus Archie Sharp, Lucien Reid, Zak Chelli, Ryan Hatton, Jake Pettitt, Sean Phillips, Hamzah Sheeraz and Umar Sadiq

Liverpool, Britain: Callum Smith v Erik Skoglund (WBC Diamond super-middleweight title), Zach Parker v Luke Blackledge, David Price v Raphael Zumbana Love, Adam Little v Darren Surtees, Mikael Lawal v Jakub Wojcik plus Luke Willis, Joe Wood and Lloyd Campbell

22 - Tucson, USA: Gilberto Ramirez v Jesse Hart (WBO world super-middleweight title), Oscar Valdez v Genesis Servania (WBO world featherweight title), Michael Conlan v TBC

23 - Manchester, Britain: Joseph Parker v Hughie Fury (WBO world heavyweight title), Josh Wale v Don Broadhurst (British bantamweight title), Joe Murray v Matty Fagan, Lee Carter v TBC, Peter McDonagh v Shayne Singleton plus Jimmy Kelly, Haroon Khan, Mickey Ellison, Jack Kilgannon, Con Sheehan, Craig Bunn and Liam Taylor

Inglewood, USA: Jorge Linares v Luke Campbell (WBA world lightweight title)

San Antonio, USA: Yunier Dorticos v Dmitry Kudryashov (WBA world cruiserweight title)

30 - Liverpool, Britain: Paul Butler v Stuart Hall (WBA world bantamweight title eliminator), Rocky Fielding v David Brophy (British/Commonwealth super-middleweight titles), Sean Dodd v Thomas Stalker (Commonwealth lightweight title), Tom Farrell v Ohara Davies (WBA international super-lightweight title) plus Anthony Fowler, Natasha Jonas and Craig Glover

Hartlepool, Britain: Abigail Medina v Martin Ward (European super-bantamweight title)

Riga, Latvia: Mairis Briedis v Mike Perez (WBC world cruiserweight ttle)

Big boxing fights in October 2017


6 - Edinburgh, Britain: Matty Askin v Stephen Simmons (British cruiserweight title), Sam Sexton v Gary Cornish (vacant British heavyweight title), Tommy Philbin v Rhys Pagan (vacant Celtic super-middleweight title), Paddy Gallagher v Gary Murray (Celtic welterweight title) plus Monty Ogilvie, Thomas Dickson, Stepehn Tiffney, Lewis Benson and Aidan McGlynn

7 - Los Angeles, USA: Leo Santa Cruz v Abner Mares (WBA super world featherweight title)

Manchester, Britain: Anthony Crolla v Ricky Burns, Sam Eggington v Mohamed Mimoune (European welterweight title), Robbie Barrett v Lewis Ritson (British lightweight title) plus Joshua Buatsi and Josh Kelly

Stuttgart, Germany: Chris Eubank Jr v Avni Yildirim (IBO world super-middleweight title)

13 - Sheffield, Britain: Sam Sheedy v Liam Cameron (Commonwealth middleweight tite)

14 - London, Britain: George Groves v Jamie Cox (WBA Super world super-middleweight title)

21 - Belfast, Britain: Ryan Burnett v Zhanat Zhakiyanov (WBA/IBF world bantamweight titles)

Leeds, Britain: Josh Warrington v TBC, Tyrone Nurse v Jack Catterall (British super-lightweight title), Nathan Gorman v Nick Webb (vacant English heavyweight title), Damon Jones v James Metcalf

22 - Kokugikan, Japan: Hassan N'Dam N'Jikam v Rypta Murata (WBA world middlweight title)

28 - Newcastle, Britain: Liam Smith v Liam Williams, Thomas Patrick Ward v Sean Davis (British super-bantamweight title), Josh Leather v Glenn Foot (IBF East/West Europe super-lightweight title), Nathan Gorman v Nick Webb (vacant English heavyweight title) plus Kalam Leather, Joe Maphosa, Troy Williamson, Mark Heffron and Michael Watson

31 - TBC, USA: Jessie Magdaleno v Cesar Juarez (WBO world super-bantamweight title), Artur Beterbiev v Enrico Koelling

More big fight nights will be announced in due course ...

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