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Upcoming Fights

This page is dedicated to all the upcoming fights across the year. Here you will be able to see all the most significant fights from the UK and the USA. Along with the rest of the world. The boxing calendar is packed full of brilliant bouts for all you fight fans. Many other fights are waiting in the wings to be made. The two biggest platforms have released their dates for the first half of 2018, many more events to be added soon.

Biggest Platforms

Matchroom Boxing on Sky Sports, and BoxNation on BT Sport and BoxNation TV leading the way in the sport of boxing. Both platforms offer great viewing on TV and during their live shows. Both Eddie Hearn (Matchroom) and Frank Warren (BoxNation) both love to get one over on each other with no love lost between the pair. They always trying to get one over on the other. So far in 2018, there are already three dates clashes on boxing cards, as they fight for TV ratings. The way the boxing markets has moved over the last ten years has seen a shift, as the mega fights are now shown on pay per view (PPV.) Both platforms have their PPV stars, the biggest being Anthony Joshua. Joshua’s next fight will be shown live on Sky Sports box office, as he fights Joseph Parker in a heavyweight unification clash at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. The fight is expected to do massive PPV numbers as the Anthony Joshua juggernaut shows no sign of slowing up. Like in all major sporting events punters love a bet when they are with their mates, and boxing is no different. There will be plenty of bookie specials for these events, and we will bring you the very best of them. In our Betting Odds section, you will find all the very best free bets on the upcoming Anthony Joshua and other blockbuster fights. Along with all the very best free bets, you can also see our very best boxing tips, all our tips for Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker can be found there now


Lewis Ritson v Joe Murray: British Lightweight Title

Jordan Gill v Jason Cunningham: 10 Rnds Featherweight

Hosea Burton v Josip Perkovic: 8 Rnds Light-Hevyweight

Marcus Morrison v TBC: 6 Rnds Middleweight

Nathasha Jonas v Karina Kopinska: 6x2 Rnds Super-Featherweight


Kell Brook v Sergey Rabchenko : 12 Rounds Super-Welterweight

Gamal Yafai v Gavin McDonnell : 12 Rounds Super-Bantamweight

Lenroy Thomas v David Allen : Commonwealth Heavyweight Title


Deontay Wilder v Luis Ortiz : WBC World Heavyweight Title