Following a boxing schedule in 2022 that featured great fights like Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano and Erickson Lubin vs. Sebastian Fundora, 2023 is looking to continue the momentum.
Like the previous year, there is a lot to be excited about in boxing. Major title fights will take place that can lead to undisputed title bouts. Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia are set to finally clash, with warmup fights for both taking place beforehand. There are also special YouTube boxing bouts, with KSI and Jake Paul leading the charge.
Whether they are grudge fights or title bouts, there is something for everyone. What fight are you looking forward to the most?
The Sporting News has you covered with a full 2023 boxing schedule that will be updated frequently!
You can click each month to skip to scheduled fights!
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- December 3: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – London, England (ESPN+)
- December 3: Desert Diamond Arena – Glendale, Arizona (DAZN)
- December 10: CHI Health Center – Omaha, Nebraska (BLK Prime)
- December 10: Madison Square Garden – New York (ESPN, ESPN+)
- Teofimo Lopez vs. Sandor Martin; junior-welterweights
- December 10: First Direct Arena – Leeds, England (DAZN)
- Josh Warrington (c) vs. Luis Alberto Lopez for the IBF featherweight title
- Ebanie Bridges (c) vs. Shannon O’Connell for the IBF bantamweight title
- December 10: SSE Arena – Belfast, Northern Ireland (ESPN)
- Michael Conlan vs. Karim Guerfi; featherweights
- December 10: Seoul, South Korea (FITE)
- December 13 – Ariake Arena – Tokyo, Japan (ESPN+)
- Naoya Inoue (c) vs. Paul Butler (c) for the WBA, WBC, IBF, The Ring, and WBO bantamweight titles
- December 17: Las Vegas (SHOWTIME)
- Frank Martin vs. Michel Rivera; lightweights
- January 7: Capital One Arena – Washington, D.C. (SHOWTIME PPV)
- Gervonta Davis (c) vs. Hector Luis Garcia for the WBA (Regular) lightweight title
- January 14: OVO Arena Wembley, London, England (DAZN PPV)
- January 28: Wembley Arena, London, England (ESPN+)
- Artur Beterbiev (c) vs Anthony Yarde for the WBC, IBF, and WBO light-heavyweight titles
- February 2: United Kingdom (ESPN+) – Tentative
- Josh Taylor vs. Jack Catterall 2