There are just seven cards this month and a grand total of zero fights appropriately described as "must see." Of course, that doesn't mean there's nothing worth watching this July. It just means we'll have to dig a little deeper to find it.
What follows is a rundown of every boxing card televised on English
on American television. From the top stars on HBO to the rising
prospects on ShoBox, we'll tell you who you can you skip and who demands
your attention. As an added bonus we break down every main event and
decide who is likely to win—and why.
Thursday, July 2, 2015
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Frampton defends his IBF World super-bantamweight title against Alejandro Gonzalez jnr at the Don Haskins Centre in El Paso, Texas in a fight that will be shown live in both the USA on CBS and in the UK on ITV.
On July 18 coverage will start on the main channel from 9.45pm UK time - coverage of the undercard to Frampton vs Gonzalez Jr. will commence at 9pm on ITV4.
Mexican Gonzalez jnr, the son of former WBC World featherweight champion Alejandro snr, is ranked 13 by the IBF and holds a record of 25 wins, one defeat and two draws.
Posted by Editor at 3:40 PM