DAZN announces eight fight cards

DAZN has announced eight boxing events to kick-off 2022.

Saturday, February 05: Jessie Vargas vs. Liam Smith
Headlining the event is former two-weight World Champion Jessie Vargas vs. former WBO Light-Middleweight champion Liam Smith with Srisaket Sor Rungvisai vs. Carlos Cuadras clashing for the vacant WBC Super-Flyweight title also on the card at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona. The show will be live worldwide on DAZN (excluding Thailand).

Saturday, February 12: Daniel Jacobs vs. John Ryder
Super-Middleweight John Ryder looks to step up in 2022, taking on two-time Middleweight World Champion Daniel Jacobs at the famous Alexandra Palace in London. The event will be live worldwide on DAZN (excluding New Zealand and Australia).

Saturday, February 19: Jaime Munguía vs. D’Mitrius Ballard
Mexican middleweight Jaime Munguía takes on D’Mitrius Ballard in a rescheduled middleweight battle between the pair for the WBO Inter-Continental middleweight title. The event will be live worldwide on DAZN (excluding Mexico).

Sunday, February 27: Lawrence Okolie vs. Michal Cieslak
WBO Cruiserweight World Champion Lawrence Okolie will defend his belt for the second time at the end of February against Poland’s former World Title challenger Michal Cieslak. The event will be live worldwide on DAZN (excluding New Zealand and Australia).

Saturday, March 05: Estrada vs. Chocolatito III
Juan Francisco Estrada and Román ‘Chocolatito’ González run it back once more for a highly anticipated trilogy fight for the WBA, WBC Franchise and The Ring Magazine Super-Flyweight titles at the Pechanga Arena San Diego in San Diego, California. The event will be live worldwide on DAZN.

Saturday, March 12: Leigh Wood vs. Michael Conlan
Leigh Wood defends his new WBA belt for the first time after producing a stunning 12th-round knockout against Xu Can at Matchroom Fight Camp in July, now facing WBA ‘Interim’ Featherweight champion Michael Conlan on home soil at the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham. The event will be live worldwide on DAZN (excluding New Zealand and Australia).

Saturday, March 19: Vergil Ortiz Jr. vs. Michael McKinson
Knockout artist Vergil Ortiz Jr. looks to make it 19-0, taking on flawless British world rated contender Michael McKinson in the first defense his WBO International Welterweight title. The Golden Boy Promotions event will be live worldwide on DAZN.

Saturday, March 26: Kiko Martinez vs. Josh Warrington II
Spanish two-weight World Champion Kiko Martinez puts his newly acquired IBF Featherweight belt on the line against old foe Josh Warrington at the First Direct Arena in Leeds. Warrington outpointed Martinez in a close contest at the same venue back in May 2017. The rematch will be live worldwide on DAZN (excluding New Zealand and Australia).

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  • C’mon Matchroom/DAZN! Get me Benn vs Broner!! I’d pay PPV to see that foo Broner get smashed once and for all!!!!

  • DAZN is the best deal in boxing subscriptions. While others try to pass off cards like Ortiz-Martin as a pay-Per-View, DAZN was giving Joshua-Ruiz and Joshua-Usyk as regular fights, no extra cost.

    • Not in the UK they weren’t…they were putting Joshua and Canelo on rival platforms (SKY) for PPV fees

    • I feel the same. Glad I didn’t renew. I can’t stand all their personnel too.

  • ok here we go again WBC stop with the damn franchise title just to make another title vacant greed greed greed

  • Super Kiko Martinez has a good pay day defending his world title in England against Warrington. Good revenge as well !! Go Kiko go !!

  • I would think Sor would be the main event over Jesse Vargas. This guy doesn’t get nearly enough respect. He’s a top 15 P4P fighter at the very least.

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