Battle Evening Program – Week of June 23-28


The weekend is approaching, and from Friday to Sunday it will likely be “fight-o-clock” someplace on this planet. Each Thursday, The Ring will convey you probably the most up-to-date info on probably the most related fights you must see on this week-at-a-glance, one-stop enhanced combat schedule. A fast guidelines for the cognoscenti, a helpful nuts-and-bolts information for the boxing neophyte is what we’re aiming at.

Listed below are this week’s most related fights:

Friday, June 23 – Double Tree Resort, Ontario, Calif.

Jesus Saracho vs. Tarik Zaina – junior welterweight – 10 rounds

Mexico’s Saracho is 3-0 towards unbeaten fighters since his lone loss, and can attempt to make it 4-0 towards Morocco’s Zaina in an intriguing early crossroad bout.

Additionally on this card:

Emiliano Moreno vs. Cristian Dominguez – junior welterweight – 8 rounds

Angel Beltran vs. Abraham Afful – welterweight – 8 rounds

Nelson Oliva vs. Miguel Angel Barajas – middleweight – 6 rounds

The place to observe it: Thompson Boxing YouTube/Fb


Saturday, June 24 – Madison Sq. Backyard Theater, New York  

Edgar Berlanga vs. Jason Quigley – tremendous middleweight – 12 rounds

A pleasant little grudge match has been brewing between these two in the previous couple of days of the buildup for this bout. It’s do-or-die battle, particularly for Berlanga, who has the added stress of creating his debut with a brand new promotional firm that has excessive hopes on him.

Additionally on this card:

Adam Kownacki vs. Joe Cusumano – heavyweight – 10 rounds

Reshat Mati vs. Dakota Linger – junior welterweight – 10 rounds

Khalil Coe vs. Buneet Bisla – mild heavyweight – 8 rounds

Yankiel Rivera Figueroa vs. Christian Robles – flyweight – 8 rounds

Ofacio Falcon vs. Pedro Vicente Scharbaai – light-weight – 6 rounds

The place to observe it: DAZN


Saturday, June 2, The Armory, Minneapolis

Carlos Adames vs. Julian Williams – middleweight – 12 rounds

Making his debut as a headliner on Showtime, Adames has the duty of leaving the nice impression that can make issues simpler for him in his seek for larger and higher paydays. Julian Williams may very well be the proper foe for this job.

Additionally on this card:

Fernando Martinez vs. Jade Bornea – junior bantamweight -12 rounds

Erickson Lubin vs. Luis Arias – junior middleweight – 10 rounds

Caleb Truax vs. Burley Brooks – mild heavyweight – 8 rounds

Shawn McCalman vs. Bo Gibbs Jr. – tremendous middleweight – 8 rounds

Jerwin Ancajas vs. Wilner Soto – junior featherweight – 8 rounds

The place to observe it: Showtime


Saturday, Saturday, June 24 – Ota Metropolis Gymnasium, Tokyo

Joshua Franco vs. Kazuto Ioka – junior bantamweight – 12 rounds

‘El Profesor’ Franco gave a lesson of how issues should not purported to be accomplished when he didn’t make weight for this combat, thus relinquishing his WBA trinket that now will solely be accessible for Ioka to win. Nonetheless, a high-stakes rematch that’s nonetheless as compelling a matchup because it was the primary time round.

Additionally on this card:

Musashi Mori vs. Takuya Watanabe – junior light-weight – 12 rounds

Daigo Higa vs. Sirichai Thaiyen – bantamweight – 10 rounds

Kantaro Juri vs. Wilbert Berondo – junior bantamweight – 8 rounds

Taiga Tamegai vs. Fumiaki Iwasaki – junior featherweight – 4 rounds


Saturday, June 24 – 2300 Enviornment, Philadelphia

Tevin Farmer vs. Avery Sparrow – light-weight – 10 rounds

Dezmond Lucas vs. Elijah Vines – junior middleweight – 8 rounds


Saturday, June 24 – Memorial Auditorium, Lowell, Mass.

Michael Hunter vs. Donnie Palmer – heavyweight – 10 rounds

William Silva vs. Raul Chirino – light-weight – 10 rounds


Saturday, June 24 – Conference Centre, Niagra Falls, Canada

Antonio Napolitano vs. Brandon Brewer – tremendous middleweight – 10 rounds

Jake Daoust vs. Roody Rene – junior middleweight – 8 rounds

John Michael Bianco vs. Oscar Soto Quintana – tremendous middleweight – 6 rounds

The place to observe it: FiteTV


Saturday, June 24 – Ludwisburg Enviornment, Ludwigsburg, Germany

Sarah Bormann vs. Perla Perez – ladies’s strawweight – 10 rounds

Daniel Dietz vs. Anil Can Yildiz – heavyweight – 10 rounds

Ibo Maier vs. Fabrizio Rubino – middleweight – 8 rounds

Ali Hetemi vs. Krisztian Kovacs – tremendous middleweight – 6 rounds

The place to observe it: DAZN


Saturday, June 24 – Eisstadion, Heilbronn, Germany

Slawa Spomer vs. Felice Moncelli – junior middleweight – 10 rounds

Hamsat Shadalov vs. David Rajuili – light-weight – 6 rounds

Anatoli Muratov vs. Siarhei Huliakevich – middleweight – 6 rounds

The place to observe it: ESPN+


Saturday, June 24 – Stadshalle, Rostock, Germany

Petro Ivanov vs. Gino Kanters – tremendous middleweight – 12 rounds

Nina Meinke vs. Kimika Miyoshi – featherweight – 10 rounds

Felix Langberg vs. Marios Kollias – heavyweight – 10 rounds

Araik Marutjan vs. Jan Meiser – junior middleweight – 10 rounds


Wednesday, June 28: Culican, Mexico

Pedro Guevara vs. Miguel Herrera – junior bantamweight – 10 rounds

Sebastian Hernandez vs. Nazario Castro – bantamweight – 10 rounds

The place to observe it: ProBox TV


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The right way to watch boxing in 2023 – By Diego Morilla

Diego M. Morilla writes for The Ring since 2013. He has additionally written for, and plenty of different magazines, web sites, newspapers and shops since 1993. He’s a full member of the Boxing Writers Affiliation of America and an elector for the Worldwide Boxing Corridor of Fame. He has received two first-place awards within the BWAA’s annual writing contest, and he’s the moderator of The Ring’s Girls’s Rankings Panel. He served as copy editor for the second period of The Ring en Español (2018-2020) and is at present a author and editor for


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