Manny Pacquiao, Carl Frampton and Chris Eubank Jr are all due to fight in July - 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 June 2017
23 - Newcastle, Britain: Josh Kelly v Tom Whitfield plus Stuey Hall, Bradley Saunders, Scott Fitzgerald, Simon Vallily, Warren Baister and Jordan King
30 - Toledo, Ohio, USA: Robert Easter Jr v Denis Shafikov (IBF world lightweight title)
Big boxing fights in July 2017
1- Doncaster, Britain: Josh Wale v Jamie Wilson (vacant British bantamweight title), Lee Appleyard v Steve Brogan (vacant English lightweight title), Daniel Slaney v Richard Thomas (vacant Central Area super-middleweight title), Samir Mouneimne v Razaq Najib (vacant English featherweight title), Lewis Booth v Carl Chadwick plus Matthew Wigglesworth, Anthony Tomlinson, Gavin McDonnell and Reece Mould
London, Britain: Frank Buglioni v Ricky Summers (British light-heavyweight title), Matthew Ryan v Ted Cheeseman (English super-welterweight title) plus Reece Bellotti, Joshua Buatsi, Lawrence Okolie, Isaac Chamberlain, Conor Benn, Craig Richards, Danny Dignum and Jake Ball
2 - Brisbane, Australia: Manny Pacquiao v Jeff Horn (WBO world welterweight title), Jerwin Ancajas v Teiru Kinoshita (IBF world super-flyweight title) plus Michael Conlan
8 - London, Britain: Richard Baranyi v Anthony Yarde (WBO European light-heavyweight title), Darryll Williams v Jahmaine Smyle (English super-middleweight title), Asinia Byfield v Sammy McNess (Southern Area super-welterweight title), Gary Corcoran v Larry Ekundayo (vacant WBO inter-continetal welterweight title) plus Daniel Dubois
Glasgow, Britain: Josh Taylor v Ohara Davis
10 - Ekaterinburg, Russia: Denis Lebedev v Mark Flanagan (WBA super world cruiserweight title)
15 - London, Britain: Chris Eubank Jr v Arthur Abraham (IBO world super-middleweight title)
Inglewood, United States: Miguel Berchelt v Takashi Miura (WBC world super-featherweight title), Jezreel Corrales v Robinson Castellanos (WBA super world super-featherweight tite), Joe Smith Jr v Sullivan Barrera (WBC international light-heavyweight title)
21 - TBC, Britain: Abigail Medina v Martin Ward (European super-bantamweight title)
29 - Belfast, Britain: Carl Frampton v TBC
New York, USA: Mikey Garcia v Adrien Broner, Jarrett Hurd v Austin Trout (IBF world super-welterweight title)
Quebec City, Canada: Artur Beterbiev v Enrico Koelling (IBF world light-heavyweight title final eliminator)
Big boxing fights in August 2017
26 - Carson, USA: Miguel Cotto v Yoshihiro Kamegai (vacant WBO wold super-welterweight title)
Big boxing fights in September 2017
9 - Los Angeles, USA: Anthony Dirrell v Callum Smith (vacant WBC world super-middleweight title)
16 - Las Vegas: Gennady Golovkin v Saul Alvarez (WBC/WBA/IBF/IBO world middeweight titles)
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