Boxing Schedule for April 2018

Boxing Schedule for April 2018

April is filled with a lot of boxing matches (how often does an mma fighter have a match?) most will be viewable on premium, basic and live stream channels. One of the highly anticipated matches is that of Carl Frampton and Amir Khan. Amir has not participated in any competitive match since May of 2016 after being knocked out in Las Vegas by Canelo Alvarez in the sixth round. Billy Joe Saunders was also expected back in the ring this month but he was forced to postpone it due to a hand injury. Boxing Schedule April 2018

April 7

Jarret Hurd versus Frislandy Lara (12-rounds for the IBF/WBA junior –middleweight unification).
James DeGale versus Caleb Truax (12 rounds rematch for Caleb’s IBF super-middleweight).
Nathaniel Gallimore versus Williams Julian (12 rounds for IBF junior-middleweight eliminator).
• Venue: The Hard-Rock Hotel , Las Vegas.
• TV: Showtime.
• Stream Channel: Showtime Anytime
• Time: 2200 hrs. ET.

April 13

Ramos Abel versus James Jamal (10-rounds for welterweights).
• Venue: Minneapolis –Minneapolis Armory.
• TV: Fox Deportes/ Fox Sports.
• Stream Channel: Fox Sports Go.
• Time: 2100 hrs. ET.

April 21

Vargas Jessie versus Broner Adrien (12 rounds for welter-weights).
Centeno Hugo versus Charlo Jermall (12-rounds for the Vacant WBC interim-middleweight).
Cuellar Jesus versus Davis Gervonta (12 rounds for the vacant WBA junior-lightweight) .

• Venue: The Barclays Center – Brooklyn, New York.
• TV: Showtime
• Stream Channel: Showtime Anytime
• Time: 2100 hrs. ET
Nonito Donaire versus Carl Frampton (12 rounds, for the vacant WBO interim-featherweight) .

Zolani Tete versus Omar Narvaez (12 rounds, for the Zolani’s WBO bantamweight).

• Venue: The SSE Arena –Belfast, Ireland
• TV Channel: Showtime.
• Stream Channel: Showtime Anytime.
Amir Khan versus Lo Greco (12-rounds for the welter-weights).
• Venue: Echo Arena- Liverpool, England.
• TV: UK Sky.
• Stream Channel: ESPN plus

April 28

Jessie Magdaleno versus Dogboe Isaac (12-rounds, for Jessie’s WBO junior-featherweight title).
Bryant Jennings versus Dawejko Joey (10-rounds for heavyweights).
Jesse Hart versus Nicholson Demond (10-rounds for super-middleweights).
Shakur Stevenson versus Riley Roxberg (8-rounds for featherweights)
• Venue: Liacouras Center –Philadelphia.
• TV: ESPN and ESPN Deportes
• Stream Channel: The ESPN App
• Time: 1900 hrs. ET
Daniel Jacobs versus Suleck Maciej (12 rounds for WBA’s middleweight eliminator)
Jarrell Miller versus Johann Duhaupas (12 rounds for WBA’s heavyweight eliminator)
• Venue: The Barclays Center – Brooklyn, New York.
• Stream Channel: On-Demand Post-Fight
• Time: 2100 hrs. ET
Miguel Cruz versus Josesito Lopez (10 rounds for welterweights).
• Venue: Don-Haskins Center, El Paso Texas.
• TV: Fox TV/Fox Deportes
• Stream Channel: Fox Sports-Go
• Time: 2030 hrs. ET •
Floyd Mayweather Boxing News

Floyd Mayweather Boxing News

A rematch in the works?

Floyd “Money” Mayweather is dropping hints that he is not done with Connor McGregor. In a match for the ages, Floyd beat the MMA champion in a boxing match held in August, 2017 at the T-Mobile Arena. Now he wants to beat McGregor once more in an MMA match. If he does so, Floyd could be the absolute king of both sports. In a highly publicized, highly profitable fight, Floyd and Connor exchanged punches and both men gave their all. Floyd won and maintained his perfect professional streak of 50 wins and no losses. Not long after, hints of a rematch were in the air and Floyd confirmed them when he recently registered for an MMA fighting license. Moreover, the UFC president Dana White indicated that they are in talks to create a deal with both fighters concerning a rematch. Boxing and UFC fans are on the edge of their seats waiting to see if it will materialize.

The 51st one

Having retired from professional boxing after winning his match against UFC champion Connor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather is now speaking of a comeback. The 40 year old boxer has indicated that indeed, he’s interested in getting back into the square circle. There are various reports about who his opponent could be. Many are of the opinion that Amir Khan is the opponent that Floyd will face. However, the five-weight champ has confirmed that Amir is not going to be his opponent.

When asked for an opinion, Floyd Mayweather indicated that every fighter thinks that they deserve a chance to box with him. Many are motivated by the big payday that happens whether they win or lose. However, he has declared that he only fights with boxers that deserve it because he is not going to be anyone’s meal ticket. Sources in his camp are positive that the boxer will return to the ring in 2018. He has been working out in the gym consistently and is still in fighting shape. So which boxer is Floyd “Money” Mayweather going to fight next?

Strange responses from the King of the Ring

In a recent interview, Floyd Mayweather seemed not to be aware of the #MeToo movement. While speaking to Men’s Health, the boxer not only did not know about the women’s rights movement but actually turned it into an ego trip. The movement is about women opening up about sexual assault by influential men in the society. Seeing as Floyd has been charged multiple times with domestic violence, his opinion was going to be a real eye-opener about the contents of his heart. However, the undefeated champion had other plans. Instead of chiming in on the subject matter of the #MeToo campaign, he indicated that he does not know anything about the phrase being associated with women. Instead, he uses it as a personal bragging phrase. When he meets someone who has a private jet, he says “Me Too”. The boxer went on an endless rant about his possessions and his enjoyment of using the phrase. The interview ended up being about his wealth and not the movement at all.