Sor Singyu vs Tapales, Santa Cruz vs Frampton, more: Boxing Schedule for July 27-30


Leo Santa Cruz vs Carl Frampton




Wednesday, July 27
Puangluang Sor Singyu vs Marlon Tapales

Filipino Marlon "Nightmare" Tapales (28-2,11) will try to stop the Filipino executioner  Puangluang Sor Singyu (52-3,35) 20 fights winning streak and will also try his best to bring  the WBO Bantamweight world title to the Philippines. The fight will be held in Ayutthaya in Thailand. ALA Promotions will bring Tapales in whatever will be outcome of the fight and will add Tapales to Pagara brothers, Magsayo and Nietes under their promotion.



Friday July 29
Jack Asis vs Malcolm Klassen

Australia based-Filipino Jack "Assassin" Asis (35-18-5,18) will defend his IBO Superfeatherweight world title against Malcolm"Stone" Klassen (32-6-2,17) at Johannesburg, Gauteng in S.Africa. This is Asis' first title defense since he won the title last April 2015 in a hard fight of the year candidate against Kye McKenzie. Klassen is a two time IBF world champion after losing it to Robert Guerrero on 2009.




Friday July 29
Adonis Stevenson vs Thomas Willims Jr.

Hatian born-Canadian Adonis "Superman" Stevenson (27-1,22) will defend his title for the seventh time against Thomas "Top Dog" Williams (20-1,14) of Mary land USA as the main event of PBC on Spike at Centre Videotron Quebec City in Quebec, Canada. Stevenson's mega fight with Kovalev is still didn't come to agreement according to him he is waiting for Kovalev-Ward winner that might happen in 2017.

                    


Saturday July 30
Leo Santa Cruz vs Carl Frampton

SHO / BoxNation (UK), 9 p.m. ET, Leo Santa Cruz vs Carl Frampton, Mikey Garcia vs Elio Rojas, Tony Harrison vs Sergey Rabchenko. Santa Cruz-Frampton is, like last weekend’s Crawford-Postol fight, a matchup that people actually want to see, or at least should want to see. Santa Cruz is established at featherweight, where he’s won a world title in a third weight class, while Frampton is coming up from 122, where he held two belts. This one is happening at a great time, each man is still unbeaten, both have been on good runs. Nothing to dislike here. Garcia will be fighting for the first time since January 2014, while Rojas, a former WBC featherweight titleholder, hasn’t fought since August 2014, so nobody should have any advantage there. Harrison-Rabchenko is a really interesting matchup at 154, and could go either way (by Scott Christ of Badlefthook)

Other fights on July 30


First Direct Arena Leeds, Yorkshire in United Kingdom
Television: Argentina TyC Sports, France Canal+ Sport
Josh Warrington vs Patrick Hyland -WBC International featherweight title
Luke Campbell vs Argenis Mendez-vacant WBC Silver lightweight title
Dillian Whyte vs David Allen-vacant WBC International heavyweight title
Tyrone Nurse vs Tommy Coyle-BBBofC British super lightweight title
Gamal Yafai vs Josh Wale-Commonwealth (British Empire) super bantamweight title

Fantasy Springs Casino Indio, California, USA
television USA HBO Latino
Antonio Orozco vs Abner Lopez
Joseph Diaz Jr vs Victor Proa


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