Monday, Sept. 12
YouTube and Facebook, 2:00 pm ET, Jake Paul vs Anderson Silva press conference. The first presser for the Oct. 29 Showtime PPV, this one’s in Hollywood, while the fight itself will be in Phoenix, which has a second presser the next day. Chael Sonnen, who fought Silva twice in UFC, will be hosting. Bad Left Hook will have live coverage.
Wednesday, Sept. 14
DAZN, 8:00 pm ET, Bryan Acosta vs Jon Martinez. More Canada club fights! Hey, man, it’s Content, and I’m not at all opposed to mid-week fights. I just wish they were slightly better.
Thursday, Sept. 15
DAZN and Social Media, 3:30 pm ET, Canelo vs GGG 3 press conference. We’ll have the stream and some live updates. Generally we don’t bother for pressers anymore, but this is a legit Big Fight, and if you’re wondering about the Paul vs Silva pressers, I mean, that, too. Sorry! It’s just true. Bad Left Hook will have live coverage.
Friday, Sept. 16
BT Sport (UK), 2:00 pm ET, Denzel Bentley vs Marcus Morrison. Bentley defends his British middleweight title here, the rest of the show is very “Queensberry Promotions in 2022” apart from Ellis Zorro vs Dec Spelman, which is a matchup of two decent fighters with two very cool names.
DAZN and Social Media, 3:30 pm ET, Canelo vs GGG 3 weigh-in. The DAZN Boxing Show will also be part of the broadcast, so it’ll be, like, a whole show around the weigh-in, too, which is what happens with most big weigh-ins now anyway. Bad Left Hook will have live coverage.
ESPN+, 7:00 pm ET, Arslanbek Makhmudov vs Carlos Takam. A solid test for Makhmudov, the 33-year-old Russian “Lion,” now fighting out of Montreal, where this fight will be held. Takam’s been in with a lot of stiff competition over the years, and if Makhmudov doesn’t have it, Takam is the kind of vet who can expose you. Makhmudov has passed the tests with flying colors so far, this is the next one.
Canela.TV, 10:00 pm ET, Luis Torres vs Cesar Gutierrez. A card from Mexico streaming live and free, with actually a pretty nice-looking main event for the level of show, two unbeaten lightweights set for 10 rounds. Kind of a ShoBox-style main event, plus four more fights on the bill.
Saturday, Sept. 17
FITE+, 4:00 pm ET, JackRabbit Boxing: Back to School Tournament. Amateur fights out of the JackRabbit Boxing Academy in Long Beach, in association with USA Boxing. Figure interest is minimal but now you know it’s there!
Channel 5 (UK), 4:30 pm ET, Gavin Gwynne vs Craig Woodruff. Gwynne defends the British and Commonwealth lightweight titles. Nathan Gorman is slated to be back, plus Lyndon Arthur in action and Conah Walker vs Kane Gardner, which is a decent matchup.
DAZN and Social Media, 4:45 pm ET, Canelo vs GGG 3 prelims. There will obviously be a lot of hype, video packages, etc., plus some good prospects in action. We’ll be here. Bad Left Hook will have live coverage.
DAZN PPV, 8:00 pm ET, Canelo Alvarez vs Gennadiy Golovkin 3. A lot of opinions on this fight happening at this point in time, but it’s a huge rivalry rubber match between two of the biggest and best names in boxing of this era. Probably the last time we see them fight — I say “probably” because you never really know until you know. You can order through DAZN and through PPV.com if you’re looking for an alternative streaming option, plus regular cable and satellite, etc. Bad Left Hook will have live coverage.