Fights for the title of world champion George Kambosos Jr against Devin Haney and Artur Beterbiev against Joe Smith Jr are broadcast live on Sky Sports in June | Boxing news

Devin Haney’s big unbeaten fight for the world title against George Kambosos Jr. and the explosive fight to unite Artur Beterbiev with Joe Smith Jr. will be shown live on Sky Sports in June.

Kambosos defends his IBF, WBO, WBA and Ring Magazine lightweight titles against WBC title holder Haney on Saturday (June 4th) at the Marvel Stadium in Melbourne in a fight expected to break Australia’s attendance record of 51,026, which set by Manny Pacquiao and Jeff Horn’s 2017 fight in Brisbane.

WBC and IBF world champion Beterbiev then battled WBO champion Smith Jr in the light heavyweight division on Saturday, June 18 in New York City, with the winner claiming his right to a showdown with Dmitry Bivol, who was sensationally shocked by Saul ‘Canel’ Alvarez over the weekend.

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Arthur Beterbiev will hope to launch his fierce attacks on Joe Smith Jr. in their huge fight to unite the light heavyweight division.

Haney (27-0, 15 by knockout) enters the fight after four consecutive wins by unanimous decision, the last being against Joseph Diaz in December.

Kambosos (20-0, 10 knockouts) stunned Teófim López with a split victory in November last year, in which the pair exchanged knockdowns to bounce back to the top of the division.

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George Kambosos Jr has a style that could cause Devin Haney problems when clashing in a large united lightweight competition.

“After five years of chasing championship fame abroad and fighting in enemy territory, I am returning home to defend what I have won in the world of boxing, my world titles in the lightweight category,” Kambosos said. “Everything I imagined and manifested was achieved through my relentless work, dedication and discipline towards the sport I love.

“I have always said that I will become a world champion the hard way, fighting abroad, and then return the mega stadium fight to defend the world title.

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Devin Haney will plan to use his lightning fast hands when he faces united champion George Kambosos Jr.

“I am very excited and hungry to continue building my legacy, and I will win in all necessary ways on June 4 when Haney steps into the lion’s den of Marvel Stadium against this Australian Greek lion. I will not only take his belt but put a serious mark on his bride. career. “

Beterbiev remains the only world boxing champion with a 100 percent knockout rate after extending his record to a 17-0 knockout victory in the ninth round over Marcus Browne in December.

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WBO welterweight world champion Joe Smith Jr. will plan to show off his aggressive style at Arthur Beterbie on June 18th.

He faces “Cinderella Man” Smith (28-3), who stopped Steve Geffrard in the ninth round of their fight in January to retain the WBO title he took from Maxim Vlasov last April.

“Beterby against Smith is one of the best fights that can be done in boxing, two huge punchers are fighting in Madison Square Garden in some electric atmosphere. Whoever comes to the top will be the real king of the light heavyweight division,” said Top Rank president Bob Arum .

Watch George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney fight for undisputed fame in the lightweight division on June 4, followed by a light heavyweight bout in Arthur Beterbie and Joe Smith Jr. on June 18 – both live on Sky Sports.

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