A quick summary of the news from yesterday in the boxing world.
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Wasn’t a busy Sunday in the boxing news world, but here’s a rundown anyway.
There’s still no official update on an Anthony Joshua opponent for June 1, but that should be coming any day now. Any day now, Ed.
Canelo-Jacobs fight week is upon us, and the full week’s TV schedule is up. Quick rundown of the Canelo-Jacobs events that you can stream live on DAZN:
- Tuesday, April 30: Grand Arrivals, 2 pm ET
- Wednesday, May 1: Main Event Press Conference, 3 pm ET
- Thursday, May 2: Undercard Press Conference, 2 pm ET
- Friday, May 3: Weigh-In, 4 pm ET
- Saturday, May 4: Fight Night, 7:30 pm ET
- We ran down all the weekend’s fight results of note from Thursday through Saturday.
- With Regis Prograis and Nonito Donaire winning their World Boxing Super Series tournament fights on Saturday, we looked at what’s next for both. Donaire says he wants Naoya Inoue in the final. Both of their next fights will be official after the other semifinal bouts on May 18.
- Prograis wonders if he’s on the P4P list yet. Most of you are saying not quite.
- Matchroom’s July 20 card is coming together, with Dave Allen officially set to face David Price on the undercard, where Oscar Rivas is looking to upset Dillian Whyte and get a world title fight.