The inevitable rematch between Lee Haskins and Stuart Hall will take place with the IBF bantamweight title on the line in London, England.
Johnriel Casimero will travel to the U.K. to make the first defense of his 112-pound title against unbeaten British challenger Charlie Edwards.
One British fighter out and another British fight in. Eddie Hearn has revealed some of the issues that perhaps led to Golovkin-Brook becoming a reality.
Former title challengers Martin Murray and George Groves will collide in a crossroads battle from which defeat for either will be tough to bounce back.
Many thought Ricky Burns was down and out but the Scotsman has claimed a legitimate world title belt and eyes more big fights down the road.
Chris Eubank Jr. will defend his British title against Tom Doran on June 25 and insists that he is closing in on the big dogs in the middleweight division.
Richard Schaefer, former CEO of Golden Boy Promotions, said he will return to work in boxing by summer and is eager to work with Floyd Mayweather Jr. again.
Conor Benn is scheduled to fight on the undercard of Ricky Burns’ next fight on May 28 and also on Anthony Joshua’s first heavyweight title defense on June 25.
Anthony Crolla seals his place among the world’s best lightweights by defending his WBA title against heavy puncher and betting favorite Ismael Barroso.
Another big night of boxing on U.K. shores as Anthony Joshua makes his maiden title defense and George Groves meets Martin Murray at 168 pounds.
After barely breaking sweat to win his world title, Anthony Joshua returns for his first IBF heavyweight title defense on June 25 in London, England.
Josh Warrington claims the biggest scalp of his career by outpointing Hisashi Amagasa; an all-British world title fight with Welshman Lee Selby could be next.
Jamie McDonnell is likely to be marking time against late replacement Fernando Vargas this Saturday but the Englishman is desperate for big fights at 118 pounds.