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Boxing Events In 2021 That You Cannot Miss

The current unified lightweight world champion Teofimo Lopez is going to defend his titles against the IBF Pan Pacific lightweight champion George Kambosos

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Dhruv Chakraborty
Dhruv Chakraborty
I'm an aspiring engineer with a passion for writing fitness related articles also I'm pursuing my certified nutritionist course

UNITED STATES: For all Boxing fans the upcoming 8 weeks are going to be the best two months of 2021. There are some 5-6 title fights scheduled in the upcoming 8 weeks. So without further ado below are the top 4 Boxing matches you don’t wanna miss in October and November.

1. Anthony Joshua Vs Oleksandr Usyk (25th September)

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This Boxing fight has fireworks wrote all over it as the former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk will fight against the current WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. Anthony Joshua was scheduled to fight the ‘Gypsy King’ Tyson Fury but the fight got canceled because of an arbitrary by Deontay Wilder and now Tyson Fury will fight Deontay Wilder while Anthony Joshua will defend his belts against the undefeated Oleksandr Usyk.

2. Teofimo Lopez Vs George Kambosos (4th October)

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The current unified lightweight world champion Teofimo Lopez is going to defend his titles against the IBF Pan Pacific lightweight champion George Kambosos. At first, they were scheduled to fight on June 19 but the fight got postponed because Teofimo Lopez tested Covid Positive. Nevertheless, now the Boxing fans just have to wait a few weeks to watch this amazing fight. Both Teofimo Lopez and George Kambosos are undefeated.

Also Read: Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua Heavyweight Match Delayed

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3. Tyson Fury Vs Deontay Wilder III (9th October)

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After defeating Deontay Wilder by TKO on 23 February 2020, Tyson Fury was all set to fight Anthony Joshua in a heavyweight boxing unification fight. But Deontay Wilder wasn’t pleased with this decision of Tyson Fury and he filed an Arbitrary in which he said that Tyson Fury have to give him a rematch. Deontay Wilder won that Arbitrary and now Tyson Fury has to defend his WBC and Ring Magazine titles against one of the hardest-hitting heavyweights of all time Deontay Wilder. They were scheduled to fight on July 24 but the event got postponed because Tyson Fury tested Covid Positive.

4. Canelo Álvarez Vs Caleb Plant (6th November)

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One of the best fighters of the decade, the no.1 pound-for-pound boxer and the WBO, WBA, and WBC super-middleweight champion of the world Canelo Alvarez is going to fight the IBF super-middleweight champion, Caleb Plant. This is a title unification fight for all the four belts at super-middleweight. Canelo Alvarez hasn’t lost a single fight since losing against Floyd Mayweather way back in July 2013. Since then Canelo took the boxing world by storm and right now Canelo looks unbeatable as he has defeated some big names from middleweight to light heavyweight. Caleb Plant is undefeated but he doesn’t have any big names in his boxing resume. This fight is going to be a fight between David (Caleb Plant) and Goliath (Canelo Alvarez). So can Caleb Plant beat all the odds and defeat the pound-for-pound king Canelo Alvarez or Canelo Alvarez will continue his domination in the Boxing world? for the answer, you all have to wait till 6th November.

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