Biggest Boxing Events of 2024: Top 10 Upcoming Fights

Thanks to the likes of Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua, boxing has grown significantly in popularity in the UK in the last decade. The revival of celebrity boxing matches and the involvement of Youtubers like Jake Paul and KSI has also helped introduced the sport to a generation who may have never otherwise been interested. Given the overall healthy state of boxing, it should be no surprise that 2023 has had and will continue to have plenty of great matches in store for us. This ranges from major heavyweight clashes to celebrity showdowns and historic female bouts. Let’s take a look at the ten biggest boxing events of 2023.

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Top 10 boxing fights of 2024

Boxing in 2024 has already provided plenty of excitement, and there are plenty more big matches to come. While matches are being announced, let's take a look at some of the biggest fights that happened last year:

Upcoming Boxing Fights for 2024

July 6th:

  • Johnny Fisher vs Alen Babic (Heavyweight) - London, UK

  • Shakur Stevenson vs Artem Harutyunyan (WBC Lightweight World Title) - New Jersey, USA

  • O'Shaquie Foster vs Robson Conceicao (WBC Super-Featherweight World Title) - New Jersey, USA

  • Nate Diaz vs Jorge Masvidal (Light-Heavyweight) - Anaheim, USA

  • Daniel Jacobs vs Shane Mosley Jr - Anaheim, USA

July 7th:

  • Kazuto Ioka vs Fernando Martinez (WBA and IBF Super-Flyweight World Titles) - Tokyo, Japan

July 12th:

  • Roman 'Chocolatito' Gonzalez vs Rober Barrera (117lbs Catchweight) - Managua, Nicaragua

July 13th:

  • Jaron Ennis vs David Avanesyan (IBF Welterweight World Title) - Philadelphia, USA

  • Janibek Alimkhanuly vs Andrei Mikhailovich (IBF and WBO Middleweight World Titles - Las Vegas, USA

July 20th:

  • Jake Paul vs Mike Perry (Cruiserweight) - Florida, USA

  • Liam Davies vs Shabaz Masoud (Super-Bantamweight) - Tokyo, Japan

  • Junto Nakatani vs Vincent Astrolabio (WBC Bantamweight World Title) - Tokyo, Japan

  • Kosei Tanaka vs Jonathan Rodriguez (WBO Super-Flyweight World Title) - Tokyo, Japan

  • Riku Kano vs Anthony Olascuaga (WBO Flyweight World Title) - Tokyo, Japan

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July 27th:

  • Joe Joyce vs Derek Chisora (Heavyweight) - London, UK

  • Dennis McCann vs Ionut Baluta (European Super-Bantamweight Title) - London, UK

  • Moses Itauma vs Mariusz Wach (Heavyweight) - Londin, UK

  • Claressa Shields vs Vanessa Lepage-Joanisse (WBO Light-Heavyweight World Title and WBC Heavyweight World Title) - Detroit, USA

July 28th:

  • Manny Pacquiao vs Rukiya Anpo (150lbs Exhibition) - Saitama, Japan

Past Fights Results 2024

February 24th:

  • Alexandro Santiago vs Junto Nakatani - Juno Nakatni because the WBC bantamweight champion

  • Takuma Inoue vs Jerwin Ancajas (WBA bantamweight world title) - Takuma retained this WBA bantamweight title

  • Kosei Tanaka vs Christian Bacasegua (WBO super-flyweight world title) - Kosei Tanaka won the WBO super flyweight belt

February 16th:

  • O'Shaquie Foster retained his WBC super featherweight title with a split-decision win over Abraham Nova in New York City.

February 8th:

  • Teofimo Lopez maintained his WBO super welterweight title over Jamaine Ortiz in Las Vegas with a unanimous vote.

February 3rd:

  • Joshua Buatsi won over Dan Azeez in the WBA light heavyweight championship final eliminator.

  • Conor Benn won over Peter Dobson in Las Vegas, thanks to a unanimous decision.

January 23rd:

  • Kenshiro Teraji retains his WBC, WBA and Ring light-flyweight titles with a majority decision victory over Carlos Canizales.

January 20th:

  • Natasha Jonas won over Mikaela Mayer in Liverpool

January 13th:

  • Artur Beterbiev beat Callum Smith at the IBF, WBC, WBO light heavyweight titles

January 6th:

  • Ohara Davies lost to Ismael Barroso.

Final Thoughts on Biggest Boxing Events

This year will be monumental for the boxing world, showcasing a series of thrilling match-ups that will excite fans worldwide. From seasoned champions who want to defend their titles to eager rising stars looking to make their mark, these top 10 boxing events reflect the sport's persistent appeal and the unwavering determination of its athletes. As the excitement builds, enthusiasts and casual fans of the sport will keenly be on the lookout for these showdowns. Let the battles commence, and may the best fighters win!

Boxing Fights FAQs

Can I bet on the biggest boxing fights?

Yes. Most top UK bookmakers, including all the ones we have listed, will offer a big selection of boxing markets to bet on. The big fights will always get plenty of coverage, with most top UK bookies offering bonuses and price boosts for them.

Can I bet on fights other than the main event?

Of course! The big boxing cards are stacked with top-quality bouts, and most of the top UK boxing bookies will offer a selection of markets for each event. As a general rule, the bigger the fight is, and the higher up the card, the more markets it will have available. There is often some good value to be found in the undercards if you know what you’re looking for.

Where to watch the biggest boxing events?

You can watch boxing in a number of ways in Ireland. Most of the big fights will be on pay-per-view. However, streaming services are becoming increasingly popular, and we could see changes to the classic PPV model in the coming years. The following channels and services are the best to use to watch boxing in Ireland: Sky Sports (Main Event, Arena, Mix), DAZN, BT Sport, Sky Box Office, BT Sport Box Office.

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