What Boxing is on TV this Week? October 23 – 30

What Boxing is on TV this Week? takes a look at the major cards occurring throughout the week. Last week had Isaac Chamberlain defeat Mikael Lawal to capture the British title in London, and Jack Catterall defeat Jorge Linares on a Matchroom show in Liverpool. You can read full show results from Boxxer’s Lawal vs Chamberlain here. You can read full show results from Matchroom too. Before the Bell results are here, and results from the main portion of Catterall vs Linares are here.

In this edition, I’ll take a look at the major fights occurring between 23 – 29 October 2023. The UK is having a quiet week with Boxxer and Wasserman taking a break, whilst Matchroom Boxing are in Mexico and Queensberry are contributing to the show in Saudi Arabia.

Amanda Serrano vs Danila Ramos

Serrano vs Ramos is a historic bout featuring 12 3 minute rounds that are typically reserved for the men. The bout will be contested for the Unifed Featherweight title, with the IBO, IBF and WBA titles up for grabs. The WBC refused to sanction the belt being defended in 12 3 minute rounds, and the WBC continue to insist on 10, 2 minute rounds for female championship bouts.

Serrano vs Ramos takes place on DAZN on Friday 27 October 2023. The show is being promoted by MVP, Jake Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions.

Michael Magnesi vs Nike Theran

Meganesi vs Theran is bout airing from Italy on DAZN. It takes place on Friday 27 October 2023, with the pair contesting for the WBC Silver Super Featherweight title.

Jonathan Gonzales vs Gerardo Zapata

Gonzales vs Zapata is a bout taking place in Nicaragua for the WBO World Flyweight title. It airs on ESPN+ and ESPN Knock Outand takes place on Friday 27 October 2023.

O’Shaquie Foster vs Eduardo Hernandez

This bout takes place on Saturday 28 October 2023 on DAZN, airing from Cancun, Mexico. Foster is defending his WBC World Super Featherweight title for the first time, having defeated Rey Vargas via a Unanimous Decision back in February. Hernandez only has one defeat on his record, but is stepping up levels in his attempt to capture the world title.

Foster vs Hernandez

Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou

This bout is airing from Saudi Arabia on TNT Sports in the UK. Debutant Ngannou will fight the WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in a non title bout. Fury is widely expected to beat boxing novice and former UFC champion Francis Ngannou, but he needs to navigate the bout without injury to ensure he fights Oleksandr Usyk in an Undisputed championship match as soon as possible.

Fabio Wardley vs David Adeleye for the British Heavyweight title is the chief support for the main event, and there’s a total of 6 heavyweight bouts out of 7 for this card.

Fury vs Ngannou, Battle of the Baddest, is being broadcast on TNT Sports PPV (UK), ESPN+ (US), and DAZN (Other territories). You can read a full preview of Fury vs Ngannou here.

Fury vs Ngannou Battle of the Baddest

Leave a comment