Take a look at how all of tonight’s main fighters match up.
Usually we do one of these for each main event if we’ve got competing cards, but none of these fights tonight are so big that it makes much difference to spread them out, so let’s take a look at all the main offerings from ESPN, DAZN, and FS1 at once.
Masayuki Ito and Jamel Herring headline on ESPN for Ito’s WBO 130-pound title.
Bad Left Hook will have live coverage of Ito vs Herring and Pedraza vs Lozada tonight at 10 pm ET on ESPN
Devin Haney returns to action on DAZN against Antonio Moran. This show was meant to be headlined by Oleksandr Usyk’s move to heavyweight against Carlos Takam, but that got postponed and the card goes on, so here’s what we’ve got.
Haney will be giving up a pretty substantial amount of height, but the skill difference between these two should frankly negate that. Moran isn’t a big player at 135 or 140, but he’s on paper among Haney’s better opponents to date, too.
I haven’t put Haney into my top 10 at 135 yet — he’s not far out — but The Ring and TBRB have, which should tell you just how highly thought-of he is as a 20-year-old fighter. Or how good his team have been at promoting him even before he signed with a major promoter. One way or the other, a Moran win would be a huge upset.
Bad Left Hook will have live coverage of Haney vs Moran tonight at 7 pm ET on DAZN
Austin Trout and Terrell Gausha meet in a meaningful 154-pound main event tonight on FS1 from Biloxi, Mississippi.
Bad Left Hook will have live coverage of Trout vs Gausha tonight at 8 pm ET on FS1