There are some big boxing matches lined up this weekend.

For the first time in Australia, IBO Super Welterweight gold will be on the line. Sam Eggington, who won gold earlier this year, will make his first title defense against Dennis Hogan. The Irish are currently riding a two-fight winning streak and the game will be televised on Fox Sports.

In addition to the clash in Australia, it is even bigger Boxing in the hall the event ends on the same day. About DAZN The pay-per-view show, which airs in the UK, gives fans the chance to see two British stars head-to-head. In the big event, former champion Chris Eubank Jr. takes on rising heavyweight prospect Conor Benn.

The undercard of the event is also solid. The headliner for the card is a fight between top women’s bantamweight contenders Mary Romero and Ellie Scotney. Felix Cash vs. Connor Coyle and Lyndon Arthur vs. Cesar Herman Reynoso will be on the undercard.

If fans aren’t happy with Saturday’s fights, they’re in luck. is big Show time Sunday card. Headlining the bout will be Sebastian Fundora vs. Carlos Ocampo for the WBC Interim Super Bantamweight Championship.

The co-main event is an interim WBC title contest between Carlos Adames and Juan Mancias Montiel. With names like these, there are sure to be plenty of fans to suit them Show time this weekend.

What is the best boxing match this week?

When it comes to boxing, there’s nothing that gets fans more excited than Chris Eubank vs. Conor Benn.

The fight between ‘Next Gen’ and ‘The Destroyer’ is a kind of trilogy. Their fathers fought on two previous occasions in the 1990s, with the elder Benn winning the first bout, while the second bout ended in a draw. Both contests were fantastic.

Now, decades later, the sons of these two men will go to war at the O2 Arena in London, England. Coming into the match, both men are coming from very different places, to put it mildly.

Eubank Jr., on the other hand, is in his prime and is a former world champion. Also, he will put on a lot of weight for this competition. He usually competes at super-middleweight, but will fight at 157 pounds on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Benn usually competes at 147 pounds and is a much smaller fighter. While he lacks experience at the top level, he has knockout power and looks to be a star on the rise in Britain.

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