What to Expect in Boxing in Q1 2023

Last updated on January 14th, 2023 at 01:45 pm

Boxing is off to an exciting start this 2023 with quite a few fights in the first quarter of the year. Get your pay per head sportsbook ready for a busy slate for boxing in Q1 2023. Some fights are high-profile, and have been talked about since last year. For instance, Gervonta “Tank” Davis beat Hector Luis Garcia just his year. This was a big deal because Davis previously mentioned that beating Garcia means that he will be able to fight Ryan Garcia this year.

This January, many pay per head sportsbooks are looking forward to the upcoming fight between Artur Beterbiev and Anthony Yarde. The fight is scheduled for January 28 in London. And fight involving Beterbiev will be worth watching, and betting on. The fighter has 3 out of 4 of the light heavyweight world titles. And he can actually fight for undisputed status against Dmitry Bivol this year.

Boxing in Q1 2023: The Schedule

What to Expect in Boxing in Q1 2023For January, we have Sean Hemphill versus Stephan Shaw for a super middleweight fight on the 20th. On the 21st, we have Chris Eubank Jr., versus Liam Smith for the Middleweights. On January 28, there are two exciting fights to watch as Artur Beterbiew fights Anthony Yarde in London, and Alexis Rocha versus Anthony Young. You have ample time to get a secure sports betting software for February’s fights to. Emanuel Navarrete will be facing Liam Wilson for the WBO junior lightweight title on February 3. On February 4, you have Amanda Serrano versus Erika Cruz in New York for the undisputed featherweight title.

On February 11, Rey Vargas will fight O’Shaquie Foster for the vacant WBC super featherweight title. Leigh Wood versus Mauricio Lara’s fight will be on February 18 for the WBA regular featherweight title. On February 25, Adrien Broner will be fighting Ivan Redkach for welterweights, while on March 4, Josh Taylor will be facing Jack Catterall for the WBO junior welterweight title.



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