SCOTT QUIGG will do battle towards Oscar Valdez for the WBO featherweight title on Saturday, as he seems to inflict the primary defeat of the Mexican’s profession.
However there may be additionally thrilling fights on the undercard on the StubHub Heart in Carson, with Andy Vences versus Erik De Leon the choose of the bunch.
Andy Ruiz Jr. will even be one to look at in his first match since shedding to Joseph Parker in December 2016, his solely defeat thus far.
Who’s on the undercard?
Vences and De Leon will battle for the WBO Worldwide tremendous featherweight title once they conflict in California on the weekend.
They’re each undefeated, with the previous coming from unscathed in 20 fights, whereas his Mexican opponent has 10 KOs from 17 wins.
In the meantime, Ruiz Jr may have been lining as much as tackle Anthony Joshua later this month, however that potential conflict must wait after he suffered his solely loss so far towards the Brit’s subsequent opponent, Parker.
As an alternative, he’ll tackle Devin Vargas in his first struggle in 15 months as he targets a route again to a shot at one other world title.
Additionally on the undercard, Alex Saucedo will put his WBO NABO tremendous light-weight title on the road towards Abner Lopez.
In the meantime, former WBC Silver champion Abdiel Ramirez will look to bounce again from the second defeat of his profession towards Russian Maxim Dadashev.
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What TV channel are the fights on, and can I live stream it?
The fight will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action on TV and online, with the coverage starting at 2am GMT.
Sky Go customers with the channels in their subscription can live stream it, so you can watch the fight on your mobile or tablet wherever you are.
Alternatively, you can stream the fight live with Now TV for £7.99 for a day pass. Buy it here.
Now TV also have a promotion on currently that lets you buy a month-long subscription for just £20 (normally £33.99). Buy it here.