Tuesday, April 19
FS1, 9:00 pm EDT, Ivan Redkach vs Luis Cruz, Immanuel Aleem vs Jonathan Cepeda. Another decent FS1 show from PBC, about the same level as usual. Kind of a ShoBox-style, mixed with the FNF style. Redkach is looking to come back from a TKO-4 loss to Dejan Zlaticanin last year. He won his last fight in October. BLH will have live coverage.
Friday, April 22
SportItalia (ITA), 3:30 pm EDT, Leonard Bundu vs Jussi Koivula.
Saturday, April 23
ABS-CBN Sports+Action (PHI), Nonito Donaire vs Zsolt Bedak, Mark Magsayo vs Chris Avalos. Donaire will be defending his WBO super bantamweight title against Bedak in what amounts to a stay-busy fight, more or less. Bedak was a good amateur but hasn't done much as a pro, sort of just hanging around for years now. Donaire is also pretty obviously past his best days. Still, he shouldn't have any problems here. Bedak is the sort of fighter he's always looked great against. We'll have live coverage if possible. BLH may have live coverage.
HBO / BoxNation (UK), 10:00 pm EDT, Gennady Golovkin vs Dominic Wade, Roman Gonzalez vs McWilliams Arroyo. Golovkin is facing his IBF mandatory here. Credit to Wade for jumping at the chance to take the fight -- he could have passed. We've seen guys pass on mandatories that were less dangerous than this. Still, it's Golovkin facing a guy who struggled with Sam Soliman last time out. Gonzalez-Arroyo is a potentially great fight, though, and could be true fireworks. That's the one to really make sure you're seeing on this show. BLH will have live coverage.
TyC Sports (ARG), 10:00 pm EDT, Leandro David Esperante vs Ramon Elizer Esperanza.
Televisa (MEX), 11:00 pm EDT, Carlos Cuadras vs Richie Mepranum, Ava Knight vs Judith Rodriguez. Cuadras is defending the WBC super flyweight title in the main event, and he'd be considered the best super flyweight in the world right now if not for Naoya Inoue.