Thursday, Sept. 19
DAZN, 7:30 pm ET, Orlando Fiordigiglio vs Sam Eggington. It’s a Matchroom Italy card, and about the standard sort of lineup for a Matchroom Italy card. Update: This card is now being shown on delay on DAZN, starting in the evening. I doubt more than a dozen or so Americans are particularly more likely to watch Fiordigiglio-Eggington on Thursday at 7:30 compared to Thursday live at 1:30, but hey.
Friday, Sept. 20
Facebook, 8:30 pm ET, Lionell Thompson vs Scott Sigmon, Malik Hawkins vs Al Rivera, Cameron Krael vs Gabriel Duluc, Lanell Bellows vs Mike Snider. There’ll be more on the card, too, a Mayweather Promotions event from the Cannery Casino & Hotel.
SHO, 10:30 pm ET, Michael Dutchover vs Thomas Mattice, Ruben Villa vs Enrique Vivas, Brandun Lee vs Milton Arauz. Another outing for ShoBox, and this is one I recommend checking in for. Lee is a good looking 20-year-old prospect at 140/147, Villa is a sharp boxer at 126, and Dutchover is getting the main event, which I think is the right call. Not only is this show in his hometown of Midland, Texas, but he’s the exciting one, a lightweight with power and skills who really might be going places. Mattice is a nice test for him, too. BLH will have live coverage.
Saturday, Sept. 21
DAZN, 4:15 am ET, Nawaphon Kaikanha vs Patrick Liukhoto, Petchbarngborn Kokietgym vs Renz Rosia. A pretty standard Workpoint Studio show from Thailand. DAZN do nothing to promote the fact they have these shows, but they do.
FS2, 8:30 pm ET, PBC Prelims. The PBC prelims kick off on FS2 two hours before the main card. This portion of the show was supposed to feature an IBF 154-pound eliminator between Jeison Rosario and Bakhram Murtazaliev, but that is no longer listed anywhere.
Facebook, 10:00 pm ET, Joseph Diaz Jr vs Jesus Cuadro, Leonardo Baez vs Edixon Perez. Diaz is staying busy here, as he’s not getting a shot at Tevin Farmer right now, it doesn’t appear, although that could still in theory happen by the end of the year if he comes through this with a W and no injuries, as he should.
FS1, 10:30 pm ET, Peter Quillin vs Alfredo Angulo, Chris Colbert vs Miguel Beltran Jr, Terrel Williams vs Thomas Dulorme, Jesus Ramos vs Rickey Edwards. A mixed bag of a card — OK, look, it’s not that great, but it’s the most meaningful show of the evening. Angulo is, frankly, pretty sad to watch when in against opponents with a pulse, and has been for years. Quillin, if he shows up, shouldn’t have much trouble here unless he gets cracked early. Colbert is a good prospect at 135, Williams is unbeaten but 35 years old, and Ramos is a fun 140/147 prospect, an 18-year-old we’ve seen on a couple PBC cards who is taking a real step up here with Edwards, who knows his way around the ring. BLH will have live coverage.