Boxing schedule for this week
Tuesday, September 22nd
At Bethlehem, Pa., Fox Sports 1 – Julian Williams vs. Luciano Cuello, 10 rounds, junior middleweights, Moises Flores vs Luis Emmanuel Cusolito for WBA interim junior featherweight title.
Premier Boxing Champions returns with their third installment of boxing on Tuesday nights headlined by top junior middleweight prospect Julian Williams. The undercard features an interim title bout between two fighters I am unfamiliar with , but could provide decent action.
At Birmingham. Ala. , Main Card on NBC, undercard on NBC Sports Net – Deontay Wilder vs. Johann Duhaupas for Wilder’s WBC heavyweight title, Dominic Breazeale vs Fred Kassi heavyweight bout
Wilder will be taking essentially a stay busy fight on his network television debut that seems destined to introduce the public to the hard hitting heavyweight. The co-main is a very good bout as a very green Breazeale, a 2012 U.S. Olympian, will challenge Fred Kassi who recently fought Chris Arreola to a draw.
At Puerto Penasco, Mexico, beIN Sports Espanol – Juan Francisco Estrada vs. Herman “Tyson” Marquez for Estrada’s WBA/WBO flyweight title.
With Roman Gonzalez being made the pound for pound number one fighter in the world following Floyd Mayweather’s retirement, Estrada’s fight takes on new meaning as each fight is closer and closer to a rematch between the two.
At Leemore, Calif. , UniMas – Andy Ruiz vs. Devin Vargas, 8 rounds, heavyweights; Danny Valdvia vs. Jeremy Ramos, 8 rounds, junior middleweights; Esquiva Falcao vs. Zoltan Papp, 8 rounds, middleweights, Andy Vences vs TBA junior lightweight
A good bit of action from Top Rank Promotions featuring a bunch of prospects gearing up for the next stage of their career. Ruiz has not been on television for quite sometime as well.
At London, NO U.S. TV – Fedor Chudinov vs Frank Buglioni for Chudinov’s version of WBA super middleweight title
Chudinov should win the bout since Buglioni is a primitive brawler, but the belt Chudinov holds is valuable in the super middleweight division meaning he should get a high profile fight very soon.
At Milan, Italy – Paulie Malignaggi vs. Laszlo Fazekas
Paulie’s last bout of his career which will be him taking on an overmatched foe in his native land of Italy.