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Boxing schedule: Fight dates, results, undercards as Garcia faces Campbell with Whyte set for Povetkin rematch in London

BOXING ended the year with a bang as the sport’s biggest stars in Anthony Joshua and Canelo Alvarez picked up decisive world title fight victories.

Gennady Golovkin also picked up a stunning victory over IBF mandatory challenger Kamil Szeremeta, knocking him out in the seventh round of their clash.

And the new year gets off to a huge start too, as Ryan Garcia faces Brit Luke Campbell in Texas for the chance to fight Devin Haney for his WBC lightweight world title.

Also, the likes of Josh Kelly, Sergey Kovalev, Lee McGregor and Caleb Plant are all in action in January.

Check out SunSport’s boxing schedule for the rest of 2020 below…

Major fight results

December 12 – London, England

Anthony Joshua def. Kubrat Pulev KO9 (12 rounds – heavyweight WBA, WBO, IBF world titles)

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December 18 – Hollywood, Florida

  • Gennadiy Golovkin (C) def. Kamil Szeremeta TKO7 (12 rounds – middleweight IBF, IBO world titles)

December 19San Antonio, Texas

  • Canelo Alvarez def. Callum Smith (C) UD12 (12 rounds – super-middleweight, WBA & Ring Magazine titles)

January 2 – Dallas, Texas

  • Ryan Garcia vs Luke Campbell (12 rounds – lightweight)

Anthony Joshua poses with Floyd Mayweather after knocking out Kubrat Pulev

Full boxing schedule 2020

December 5 – Arlington, Texas (Premier Sports)

  • Errol Spence Jr (C) def. Danny Garcia UD 12 (12 rounds – welterweight, WBC & IBF world titles)
  • Sebastian Fundora def. Habib Ahmed TKO2 (12 rounds, super-welterweight)
  • Josesito Lopez def. Francisco Santana KO10 (10 rounds – welterweight)

Errol Spence Jr beat Danny Garcia on points in Texas

December 12 – London (Sky Sports Box Office)

  • Anthony Joshua (C) def. Kubrat Pulev KO9 (12 rounds – heavyweight, WBA, WBO & IBF world titles)
  • Lawrence Okolie def. Nikodem Jezewski KO2 (12 rounds – cruiserweight, vacant WBO world title)
  • Hughie Fury def. Mariusz Wach UD10 (10 rounds – heavyweight)
  • Martin Bakole def. Sergey Kuzmin UD10 (10 rounds – heavyweight)
  • Kieron Conway def. Macauley McGowan UD10 (10 rounds – super-welterweight)
  • Florian Marku DREW w/ Jamie Stewart (8 rounds – welterweight)
  • Qais Ashfaq def. Ashley Lane TKO4 (8 rounds – featherweight)

Joshua KO’d Pulev in nine rounds at Wembley Arena

December 18 – Hollywood, Florida (DAZN UK)

  • Gennadiy Golovkin (C) def. Kamil Szeremeta TKO7 (12 rounds – middleweight IBF, IBO world titles)
  • Carlos Gongora def. Ali Akhmedov KO12. (12 rounds – super-middleweight)
  • Hyun Mi Choi def. Calista Silgado UD10 (10 rounds – super-featherweight)
  • John Ryder def. Michael Guy UD10 (10 rounds – super-siddleweight)
  • Reshat Mati def. Dennis Okoth TKO6 (6 rounds – welterweight)
  • Jalen Walker def. Rafael Reyes (8 rounds – featherweight)

December 19 – San Antonio, Texas (DAZN UK)

  • Canelo Alvarez def. Callum Smith (C) UD12 (12 rounds – super-middleweight, WBA & Ring Magazine world titles)
  • Marc Castro def. TBA TKO3 (4 rounds – super featherweight)
  • Austin Williams def. Isiah Jones KO1 (8 rounds – middleweight)
  • Raymond Ford def. Robert Greenwood – TKO7 (8 rounds – featherweight bout)

Canelo Alvarez hasn’t been in the ring since a KO win over Sergey Kovalev last year

December 31 – Tokyo, Japan

  • Kazuto Ioka (C) vs Kosei Tanaka (12 rounds, super-flyweight, WBO world title)

January 2 – Dallas, Texas

  • Ryan Garcia vs Luke Campbell (12 rounds – lightweight)
  • Rene Alvarado vs Roger Gutierrez (12 rounds – super-featherweight)
  • Felix Alvarado vs DeeJay Kriel (12 rounds – junior-flyweight)
  • Franchon Crews-Dezurn vs Ashleigh Curry (8 rounds – super-middleweight)
  • Raul Curiel vs. Ferdinand Kerobyan (10 rounds – welterweight)
  • Blair Cobbs vs Issouf Kinda (10 rounds -welterweight)

January 22 – Wakefield, England

  • Karim Guerfi vs Lee McGregor (12 rounds – bantamweight)
  • Sean McComb vs Gavin Gwynne (12 rounds – lightweight)
  • Craig MacIntyre vs Mikey Sakyi (8 rounds – super-lightweight)

January 23 Uncasville, Connecticut

  • Angelo Leo vs Stephen Fulton (12 rounds – super-bantamweight – WBO world title)
  • Raeese Aleem vs Vic Pasillas (12 rounds – super-bantamweight)
  • Rolando Romero vs Justin Pauldo (12 rounds – lightweight)

Ryan Garcia will take on Luke Campbell to kick off 2021

January 30 – Los Angeles, California

  • Caleb Plant vs Caleb Truax (12 rounds – super-middleweight – IBF world title)

January 30 – Moscow, Russia

  • Artur Beterbiev vs Adam Deines (12 rounds – light-heavyweight – WBC, IBF world titles)
  • Alexander Besputin vs TBA (10 rounds – welterweight)

January 30 – Moscow, Russia

  • Sergey Kovalev vs Bektemir Melikuziev (12 rounds – light-heavyweight)

Sergey Kovalev returns to the ring following his loss to Canelo Alvarez in 2019

January 30 – Venue: TBA

  • Josh Kelly vs David Avanesyan (12 rounds – welterweight – European title)

February 13 – Venue: TBA

  • Joseph Diaz Jr vs Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov (12 rounds – super-featherweight – IBF world title)
  • Patrick Teixeira vs Brian Castano (12 rounds – middleweight – WBO world title)

February 13 – Las Vegas, Nevada

  • Joe Smith Jr. vs. Maxim Vlasov (12 rounds – light-heavyweight – WBO world title)
  • Richard Commey vs Jackson Marinez (10 rounds – lightweight)

February 19 – Venue: TBA

  • Liam Walsh vs. Paul Hyland Jr (12 rounds – lightweight)
  • Gary Cully vs Viktor Kotochigov (10 rounds – lightweight)
  • DP Carr vs Dean Dodge (10 rounds -super-featherweight)
  • Sahir Iqbal vs Liam Wells (8 rounds – welterweight)§

Joe Smith Jr beat Eleider Alvarez in August with a stunning KO

February 20 – Las Vegas, Nevada

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  • Miguel Berchelt vs. Oscar Valdez (12 rounds – super-featherweight – WBO world title)

February 27 – Auckland, New Zealand

  • Joseph Parker vs Junior Fa (12 rounds – heavyweight)

March 13 – Venue: TBA

  • Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez vs Juan Francisco Estrada (12 rounds – super-flyweight – WBA, WBC world titles)

Joseph Parker will be back in action against Junior Fa in New Zealand

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