Tonight, the O2 Arena, in London, stages another night of boxing, promoted by Eddie Hearn.
Top of the bill, is the second clash between Tony Bellew and David Haye, a fight made at heavyweight.
But, there are also some interesting bouts on a packed under-card, which is listed below:
- Jordan Gill v Carl McDonald 6 x 3 mins Featherweight contest
- Kody Davies v Przemyslaw Gorgon – 4 x 3 mins Light-Heavyweight contest
- Luke Campbell v Troy James – 6 x 3 mins Welterweight contest
- Martin Joseph Ward v James Tennyson – 12 x 3 mins
(European and WBA International Super-Featherweight Championship)
- Joshua Buatsi v Stephane Cuevas – 8 x 3 mins Light-Heavyweight contest
- Lenroy Thomas v Joe Joyce – 12 x 3 mins
(Commonwealth Heavyweight Title)
- Paul Butler v Emmanuel Rodriguez -12 x 3 mins
(Vacant IBF World Bantamweight Championship)
- John Ryder v Jamie Cox – 12 x 3 mins Super-Middleweight contest
- Tony Bellew v David Haye – 12 x 3 mins Heavyweight contest
- Money Powell IV v Mark Kramerstodter – 4 x 3 mins Middleweight contest
The doors at the O2 open at 16:20 with the first fight scheduled for 16:30, live coverage, on Sky Sports, starts at 18:00 hours
Here at Vital Boxing, as well as being extremely interested in the outcome of the Haye v Bellew encounter, we’re looking forward to seeing if Joe Joyce can win the Commonwealth heavyweight title in only his fourth professional fight, which would be a tremendous achievement.
Other highlights we’re looking forward to are another ring appearance by the talented Joshua Buatsi and also the ring return of Luke Campbell after his defeat against Jorge Linares for the WBA version of the lightweight world title.
It should be a very entertaining evening.