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How to watch Jonas vs Mayer, more: Boxing streaming and TV schedule for January 17-20, 2024

Natasha Jonas and Mikaela Mayer headline this week’s boxing schedule, plus more!

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Natasha Jonas and Mikaela Mayer
Natasha Jonas and Mikaela Mayer headline this week’s boxing schedule
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Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.


  • Once again pretty much a one-fight week, with Natasha Jonas defending the IBF welterweight title against Mikaela Mayer in the week’s headliner, Saturday from Liverpool.
  • ProBox TV are back with a solid matchup in the main event on Wednesday!

Wednesday, Jan. 17

ProBox TV, 8:00 pm ET, Luis Feliciano vs Mykquan Williams. The first ProBox card of 2024 is here from the WhiteSands in Plant City! It’s a decent matchup on paper. Feliciano was once kind of a prospect but has largely been out in the weeds since 2019. He’s still undefeated, but he is also now 30. Williams is also unbeaten with two draws against opponents a real prospect doesn’t draw against. At 25, he’s the younger man in this 140 lb matchup. John will be here. BLH will have live updates and results.

Saturday, Jan. 20

ESPN+, 3:00 pm ET, Natasha Jonas vs Mikaela Mayer. Boxxer shows are normally on Peacock in the States, but those other shows don’t have Mikaela Mayer, whom Top Rank are pretending they still actively promote and don’t just have under promotional contract. (There is a difference, yes!) Mayer’s fighting in the UK for the fourth straight time as she challenges Jonas for the IBF welterweight title. The card also features Jack Cullen vs Zak Chelli for the British and Commonwealth super middleweight titles, Aaron McKenna vs Linus Udofia, and returns for Mark Jeffers and Karris Artingstall. BLH will have live updates and results.

TrillerTV PPV, 6:00 pm ET, “Just Watch Me”: A Night of Professional Boxing. A Tampa show. Not at a gym, but a Tampa show. Here’s the card. $9.99 if you want. Have fun.

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