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Boxing Schedule June 2023: Who is fighting?

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The boxing calendar for June 2023 is packed with a range of exciting bouts. Fans are eagerly waiting for the month to arrive as it promises to deliver some thrilling match-ups. Let’s take a look at the fighters who are set to step into the ring and where you can catch these events live.

The Showdowns of the Month – Boxing Schedule June 2023

Claressa Shields vs Hanna Gabriels

The month begins with a match between Claressa Shields, the defending champion, and Hanna Gabriels on June 3rd at Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, Michigan. This fight is for the undisputed middleweight titles and will be broadcast on DAZN’‹’‹.

Adrien Broner vs William Hutchinson

The action continues with Adrien Broner going up against William Hutchinson on June 9th. This welterweightt bout takes place at Casino Miami, Miami, Florida and will be available for viewing via Pay Per View (PPV)’‹’‹.

Teofimo Lopez vs Josh Taylor

One of the most anticipated fights of the month will happen on June 10th at Madison Square Garden Hulu Theater, New York, NY. Josh Taylor, the reigning champion, is slated to face Teofimo Lopez for the WBO and The Ring light welterweight titles. ESPN/ESPN+ will be carrying the broadcast for this fight.

Sunny Edwards vs Andres Campos

On the same day, there are three title matches scheduled at OVO Arena Wembley, London. Sunny Edwards will defend the IBF flyweight title against Andres Campos, Nina Hughes will fight Shannon Courtenay for the WBA bantamweight title, and Cherneka Johnson will take on Ellie Scotney for the IBF super-bantamweight title. DAZN will be broadcasting these fights live’‹.

More Thrilling Fights in the Boxing Schedule June 2023

On June 10th, a middleweight bout between Jaime Munguia and Sergiy Derevyanchenko will take place at Toyota Arena, Ontario, California. This fight will also be shown on DAZN’‹’‹.

Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather is back in the ring on June 11th to face John Gotti III at the FLA Live Arena, Florida. This match can be watched on the Zeus Network’‹’‹.

The following week, on June 17th, Regis Prograis defends the WBC super lightweight title against Liam Paro at the Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, Louisiana. You can catch this fight on DAZN’‹’‹.

On June 18th, Tim Tszyu will fight Carlos Ocampo for the interim WBO super welterweight title. This bout will take place at Gold Coast Convention Centre, Broadbeach, Australia. This match will be shown on Showtime’‹8.

The month concludes with two fights on June 24th. Carlos Adames and Julian Williams will compete for the interim WBC middleweight title at The Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The same day, Edgar Berlanga faces Jason Quigley in a super middleweight match at Madison Square Garden Hulu Theater, New York. Both these fights will be broadcast on Showtime and DAZN respectively’‹’‹.


June 2023 promises to be a thrilling month for boxing fans. Make sure to mark your calendars for these exciting bouts. Stay tuned for any updates on the Boxing Schedule for June 2023.

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