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Boxing 2024 Schedule: Confirmed fights, dates and more

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As we step into 2024, the boxing world is abuzz with anticipation for a series of high-profile bouts. The year promises an array of thrilling contests, showcasing both established champions and rising stars.

Here’s a comprehensive look at the key fights, dates, and venues that have been confirmed so far.

January 2024 Boxing Showdowns: Starting the Year with a Bang

Smith vs. Beterbiev: A Light-Heavyweight Clash

The year kicks off with a bang as Liverpool’s own Callum Smith takes on the formidable Artur Beterbiev in Quebec City, Canada.

Scheduled for January 14, this bout features Smith challenging Beterbiev for the unified WBO, WBC, and IBF light-heavyweight titles.

Beterbiev, known for his knockout prowess, will be a tough opponent for Smith in this eagerly awaited contest.

Jonas vs. Mayer: A Battle for the IBF Welterweight Title

On January 20, Natasha Jonas, the first female British Boxer of the Year, will defend her IBF welterweight championship against American sensation Mikaela Mayer.

This fight, set to take place in Jonas’s hometown of Liverpool at the M&S Bank Arena, is expected to be a showcase of skill and determination from both fighters.

February 2024 Boxing Fights: Continuing the Momentum

Buatsi vs. Azeez: A Light-Heavyweight Eliminator

London’s Wembley Arena will host a significant light-heavyweight eliminator on February 3, featuring Joshua Buatsi and Dan Azeez. This fight is crucial for both boxers as they aim to climb the ranks in the light-heavyweight division.

Munguia vs. Ryder: A Middleweight Encounter

On January 28, Jaime Munguia and John Ryder will face off at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, USA. This middleweight bout is expected to be a competitive match-up, with both fighters looking to make a statement in the division.

The Heavyweight Boxing Spectacle: Fury vs. Usyk

A Clash of Titans

One of the most anticipated fights of the year is set for February 17 at the Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Tyson Fury will take on Oleksandr Usyk in a heavyweight showdown for the WBC, WBO, IBF, and WBA titles. This fight is not just a battle for the belts but a clash of two of the best heavyweights in the world.

Other Notable Fights

  • O’Shaquie Foster vs. Abraham Nova: This WBC super-featherweight bout is scheduled for February 16 at Madison Square Garden Theater, New York, USA.
  • Otabek Kholmatov vs. Raymond Ford: Set for March 2 at Turning Stone Resort Casino, New York, USA, this fight will see action in the WBA featherweight division.
  • Luis Alberto Lopez vs. Reiya Abe: Also on March 2, this IBF featherweight contest promises to be an exciting match-up.


  • Q: Where can I watch these fights? A: Most of these fights will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. Check local listings for specific details.
  • Q: Are there any heavyweight fights scheduled? A: Yes, the most notable heavyweight fight is Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk on February 17 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
  • Q: Who is Natasha Jonas fighting? A: Natasha Jonas will defend her IBF welterweight title against Mikaela Mayer on January 20 in Liverpool.
  • Q: Is there a fight scheduled in the USA? A: Yes, several fights are scheduled in the USA, including Jaime Munguia vs. John Ryder on January 28 in Phoenix and O’Shaquie Foster vs. Abraham Nova on February 16 in New York.
  • Q: What are the major titles at stake? A: Major titles at stake include the WBC, WBO, IBF, and WBA titles in various weight classes.
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