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Canelo-Khan replay, Haskins-Morales, PBC on Bounce, more: Boxing TV schedule for May 8-14

Lee Haskins defends his IBF bantamweight title next Saturday, plus more.

Lee Haskins Press Conference Photo by Harry Trump/Getty Images
Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

Sunday, May 8

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Bounce TV, 9:00 pm ET, Kanat Islam vs Juan DeAngel, Miguel Cruz vs Samuel Figueroa, Dennis Galarza vs Enrique Tinaco. PBC is back on Bounce tonight, with Kanat Islam facing Juan DeAngel in a junior middleweight main event from Lakeland, Florida. Some decent fights here for the level, and you can stream the show live at if you don't have the channel on television. I would watch, but, like, Game of Thrones is on. I'll watch it after. I mean, no offense, boxing, but I did 15 straight hours of you yesterday, I'm kinda tapped right now.

Friday, May 13

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BoxNation (UK), 1:30 pm ET, Jack Catterall vs Joe Hughes, Luke Blackledge vs TBA. Catterall is a solid 140-pound prospect and taking a decent next step against Joe Hughes, who has just one loss and has won his last 10 fights. Blackledge will be defending the Commonwealth super middleweight title. Vijender Singh will also be in action.

SHO, 10:00 pm ET, Andrew Tabiti vs Keith Tapia, Michael Hunter vs Isiah Thomas, Ronald Gavril vs Juan Camilo Novoa, Sanjarbek Rakhmanov vs Alfonso Olvera. Four American-born cruiserweights in the top two fights here, a rarity of sorts, at least on American TV. Nice to see the cruisers getting at least some fights on TV lately. This is a Mayweather Promotions card, and both of the cruiserweight bouts are good matchups, either man could win in both fights, all four are undefeated. BLH will have live coverage.

BET, 10:00 pm ET, Dusty Hernandez Harrison vs Mike Dallas Jr, Luis Orlando del Valle vs Thomas Snow. Harrison, 21, has been a well-managed fighter ever since turning pro, with a good PR team that has kept his name floating around. He's a solid prospect, too, fighting between 147 and 154. Here, he takes on Dallas, a veteran who has won two straight after a 2013 loss to Lucas Matthysse.

Saturday, May 14

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Channel 5 (UK), 5:00 pm ET, Lee Haskins vs Ivan Morales. Haskins defends his IBF bantamweight title against Ivan Morales, the younger brother of Erik Morales, in the main event from Cardiff, where Andrew Selby and Craig Kennedy also return to action, but from what I can gather, those fights will air on Spike in the UK, before the Haskins-Morales fight on Channel 5. BLH will have live coverage.

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HBO, 10:00 pm ET, Replay: Canelo Alvarez vs Amir Khan. If you missed it, it's certainly a fight worth watching. There's a lot to see here. Khan fought well. Plus the likely KO of the Year.

UniMás, 11:00 pm ET, Saul Rodriguez vs Daulis Prescott, Andy Ruiz Jr vs Ray Austin. More or less a standard edition of Solo Boxeo Tecate, with a prospect vs veteran trial horse main event and Andy Ruiz Jr treading water against an ancient Ray Austin.

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