Alongside Joshua vs. Franklin on April 1, Matchroom announced the following shows will stream live on DAZN with further fights and full undercard details to be announced shortly:
Saturday, February 18:
Leigh Wood vs. Mauricio Lara
WBA featherweight title
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, England
Saturday, March 11:
Callum Smith vs. Pawel Stepien (light heavyweight)
M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool, England.
Saturday, March 18:
Cyrus Pattinson vs. Chris Jenkins (welterweight)
Pat McCormack vs. Dario Socci (welterweight)
Solomon Dacres vs. Robert Ismay (heavyweight)
Utilita Arena, Newcastle, England
Saturday, April 8:
Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez vs. Cristian Gonzalez
WBO flyweight title
Boeing Center at Tech Port, San Antonio, Texas
Saturday, April 22:
Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov vs. Joe Cordina
IBF super featherweight title
Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff, Wales
Saturday, May 20
Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano 2
Undisputed female lightweight title
Dublin, Ireland, Venue TBA
Wood – Lara is a fight of the year contender on paper and I’m thinking Rakhimov – Cordina should also be a very good fight as well.
Weak lineup for the 20 a month fee. I want to support boxing, but too much junk for the money. Lara vs Wood is good, but all these fights are HbO level undercards at best from days past.
Without shows & promoters, the sport of boxing doesn’t exist. I enjoy championship boxing as well as club shows. I give credit to promoters who are willing to risk their money putting on an event. Therefore, I am happy to see Matchroom is staying busy & keeping their fighters active.
New DAZN UK prices not worth the money in my opinion. Would rather pay for Sky Sports or BT Sport, and enjoy other sports like rugby and football along with a couple fight nights a month.