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FIRST BELL – 3.25pm (all times local)

6 x 3 mins Welterweight contest
Reshat Mati 148.4 lbs vs Cody Peterson 148.6 lbs
Staten Island, New York Liberty, Missouri

FROM 4pm

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12 x 3 mins WBA Gold and NABF Super-Bantamweight championships
Ronny Rios 120.6 lbs vs Hugo Berrio 121.6 lbs
Santa Ana, California Santa Marta, Colombia

Followed by

6 x 3 mins Super-Middleweight contest
Diego Pacheco 167.2 lbs vs Aaron Casper 166.6 lbs
Los Angeles, California Augusta, Georgia

Followed by

4 x 3 mins Light-Heavyweight contest
Josh Brueckner 192.2 lbs vs Tyler Smith 199.4 lbs
Clinton, Michigan Huntington Beach, California

FROM 6.00pm

12 x 3 mins WBO World Super-Middleweight championship
Billy Joe Saunders 167.4 lbs vs Marcelo Coceres 168 lbs
Hatfield, England San Jorge, Argentina

Followed by

12 x 3 mins WBC World Lightweight title
Devin Haney 135 lbs vs Alfredo Santiago-Alvarez 135 lbs
Las Vegas, Nevada Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Followed by

6 x 3 mins Cruiserweight contest
Logan Paul 199.4 lbs vs KSI 193.2 lbs
Los Angeles, California Watford, England

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4 / 6 x 3 mins Middleweight contest
Nikita Ababiy 160.6 lbs vs Jonathan Batista 163.6 lbs
Brooklyn, New York San Pedro de Macoris, D.R.

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