One of the biggest fights of the year graces the MGM Grand Garden Arena with the former eight-division champion Manny ‘Pac Man’ Pacquiao walking out for his 71st professional fight. He takes on the undefeated Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman for his Super WBA welterweight strap but the undefeated lion vows to retire the legend and stake his claim for the best welterweight in the world.
Josh Warrington continues his rise among the elite as he makes the second defence of his IBF featherweight title against the mandatory challenger Kid Galahad who is also protecting a perfect record.
Jarrell Miller has missed out on the biggest opportunity of his career and a title fight with Britain’s golden boy Anthony Joshua. After testing positive for a variety of prohibited substances, Miller has been cut from the card, creating an opportunity for another rotund slugger in the shape of Andy Ruiz Jr.
The fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder has slipped through the net with the allure of big money contracts depriving the fans of seeing one of the most anticipated rematches of all time. With Wilder locking horns with Dominic Breazeale in May, Fury has given the unbeaten Tom Schwarz the opportunity to ruin the heavyweight landscape.
Boxing fans have not quite got what they wanted as all the top heavyweight contenders have separate dance partners, but over the next couple months the title landscape will change to map out their fate, and it all starts with Deontay Wilder vs Dominic Breazeale.
Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez drops back down to middleweight to take up the next toughest challenge possible in the shape of current IBF middleweight champion Daniel Jacobs. Canelo puts all of his super middleweight titles on the line which, on paper, produces one of the biggest Boxing spectacles of the year.
Amir Khan has opted in favour of a bout with one of the best Boxers in the world, Terence Crawford, putting off the much-anticipated fight with fellow Brit Kell Brook. That fight is destined to happen, but for now Khan is eyeing up the WBO welterweight title and the chance to take one of the biggest scalps in the sport at the mecca of Boxing, Madison Square Garden.
Anthony Crolla steps up to take on the phenom and current pound-for-pound king, Vasyl Lomachenko, with the WBA, WBO and The Ring lightweight titles on the line. The Mancunian heads to Los Angeles for the biggest fight of his career, but in order to snatch the titles, he will have to pull off one of the biggest upsets in recent times.
As Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury have stolen the heavyweight spotlight, Anthony Joshua and his team have settled on scheduling a showdown with the Brooklyn-based Jarrell Miller. We analyse their records to offer a statistical-based prediction.
Two of Britain’s finest meet in the highly anticipated super middleweight bout on Saturday 23rd February with a lot of pride on the line as well as the IBO championship.
Sergey Kovalev has exercised his rematch clause after he was on the wrong end of a shocking TKO at the hands of Eleider Álvarez. Álvarez is desperate to keep the WBO light heavyweight belt and prove the win wasn't a one-off but the Russian is out for redemption.
Boxing legend and P4P great Manny Pacquiao makes his first world title defence since losing to Floyd Mayweather Jr. in May 2015 when he faces America’s Adrien Broner.
England’s Rocky Fielding has put his name on the world stage against one of boxing’s modern greats in Mexican Canelo Alvarez. Fielding will be making the first defence of his WBA World Super Middleweight title at the ‘Mecca of Boxing’, Madison Square Garden, and is looking to cause one of the great modern-day upsets.
Northern Ireland’s Carl Frampton has forced his way into fighting for the IBF World Featherweight title against England’s Josh Warrington at Manchester Arena. Here's our statistical preview of the fight, and a prediction on the outcome.