Boxing big fight dates, schedule & venues for 2017

Last Updated November 27 2017, 17:35Boxing
Miguel Cotto fights for the last time next month
Miguel Cotto fights for the last time next month

Miguel Cotto brings the curtain down on his glittering career this weekend - check out our big fight diary!

We will also bring you previews, reports, betting analysis and reaction to all the big fights in the coming months.

Big boxing fights in December 2017

2 - New York, USA: Miguel Cotto v Sadam Ali (WBO world super-welterweight title), Rey Vargas v Oscar Negrete (WBC world super-bantamweight title) plus Jason Quigley

Leicester, Britain: Anthony Yigit v Joe Hughes (European light-welterweight title), Luke Watkins v Mike Stafford (Commonwealth cruiserweight title), Jahmaine Smyle v Lennox Clarke (vacant IBO continental super-middleweight title), Ryan Martin v Craig Morris plus Kyle Williams, Chantelle Cameron, Brad Foster and Josh Quailey

Brentwood, Britain: David Price v TBC, Ashley Sexton v TBC, Tony Conquest v TBC

La Palestre, France: Igor Mikhalkin v Doudou Ngumbu (IBO world light-heavyweight title)

Hangelsberg, Germany: Ashley Theophane v Paata Varduashvili (vacant German international super-welterweight title)

8 - Hialeah, USA: Ahmed Elbiali v Jean Pascal, Chad Dawson v Edwin Rodriguez

9 - London, Britain: James DeGale v Caleb Truax (IBF world super-middleweight title), Lee Selby v Eduardo Ramirez (IBF world featherweight title), Anthony Yarde v Nikola Sjekloca (WBO intercontinental light-heavyweight title), Joe Mullender v TBC (vacant IBF European middleweight title), Johnny Garton v TBC (vacant IBF European welterweight title), Daniel Dubois v Dorian Darch plus Archie Sharp, Sanjeev Sahota, Ben Smith, Hamza Sheeraz, Umar Sadiq and debutant Harvey Horn

New York, USA: Vasyl Lomachenko v Guillermo Rigondeaux (WBO world super-featherweight title) plus Michael Conlan and Bryant Jennings

Las Vegas, USA: Tevin Farmer v Kenichi Ogawa (vacant IBF world super-featherweight title), Francisco Vargas v Stephen Smith, Orlando Salido v Miguel Roman, Jaime Munguia v Steven Martinez

13 - Brisbane, Australia: Jeff Horn v Gary Corcoran (WBO world welterweight title)

13 - London, Britain: Katie Taylor v Jessica McCaskill (WBA world female lightweight title), Martin J Ward v Juli Giner (vacant European super-featherweight title), Jake Ball v Miles Shinkwin plus Lawrence Okolie, Joe Cordina, Isaac Chamberlain, Gamal Yafai, Felix Cash and Ted Cheeseman

15 - Ekaterinburg, Russia: Alexander Povetkin v Christian Hammer (WBO international heavyweight title), Evgeny Gradovich v TJ Doheny

16 - Montreal, Canada: Billy Joe Saunders v David Lemieux (WBO world middleweight title), Antoine Douglas v Gary O'Sullivan (vacant WBO inter-continental middleweight title), Nicola Adams v TBC

17- London, Britain: Rocky Fielding v Erik Skoglund (vacant WBC silver super-middleweight title), Tony Bellew v TBC, Joe Joyce v Tom Little plus Conor Benn, Natasha Jonas, Josh Kelly, Michael Page, Willy Hutchinson, Joshua Buatsi, Ohara Davies and Craig Glover

Big boxing fights in January 2018

12 - New York, USA: Claressa Shields v Tori Nelson (IBF/WBC world female super-middleweight titles)

20 - New York, USA: Errol Spence Jr v Lamont Peterson (IBF world welterweight title)

27 - Quebec, Canada: Adonis Stevenson v TBC (WBC world light-heavyweight title)

Big boxing fights in February 2018

2 - Sheffield, Britain: Josh Wale v Bobby Jenkinson (British bantamweight title) plus Andy Townend, Anthony Tomlinson and Muma Mweemba

3 - Las Vegas, USA: Gilberto Ramirez v TBC (WBO world super-middleweight title), Raymundo Beltran v TBC (vacant WBO world lightweight title)

10 - Blackpool, Britain: Tommy Langford v Jack Arnfield (British middleweight title)

17 - Manchester, Britain: George Groves v Chris Eubank Jr (IBO/WBA super world super-middleweight titles)

24 - Doncaster, Britain: Curtis Woodhouse v John Wayne Hibbert, Jason Cunningham v Paul Economides plus Robbie Barrett, Andy Townend, Maxi Hughes, Anthony Tomlinson and Terri Harper

Big boxing fights in March 2018

3 - New York, USA: Sergey Kovalev v TBC (WBO world light-heavyweight title)

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

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