Upcoming WBO Bouts

💥January 25, 2020 – Vacant WBO Intercontinental Jr. Featherweight Championship Arnold Khegai vs. Stephen Fulton @ Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY. Live on SHOWTIME.

💥January 28, 2020 – Vacant WBO Female Mini-Flyweight World Championship Etsuko Tada Vs. Ayaka Miyao @ Korakuen Hall, Japan.

💥January 30, 2020 – WBO Middleweight World Champion Demetrius Andrade Vs. Luke Keeler & WBO Latino Super Middleweight Championship Roamer Alexis Angulo vs. Anthony Sims, Jr. @ Meridian at Island Gardens, Miami, Florida. Live on DAZN.

💥January 31, 2020 – WBO International Featherweight Champion Ruben Villa Vs. Alexei Collado @ Hirsch Coliseum, Shreveport, Louisiana. Live on Showtime.

💥January 31, 2020 – Vacant WBO Latino Jr. Flyweight Championship title Israel Vazquez vs. Rene Santiago. Vacant NABO Featherweight Championship title Pedro Marquez vs. Juan Carlos Peña @ Cancha Ruben Zayas Montañez, Trujillo Alto, PR

💥January 31, 2020 – WBO Global Jr. Featherweight Champion Wasiru Mohammed Vs. John Amuzu @ Bukom Boxing Arena, Accra.

💥February 1, 2020 – Vacant WBO International Welterweight Championship: Sergey Vorobiev Vs. Karen Chukhadzhyan @ Yantarny Sports Palace, Kaliningrad, Russia.

💥February 2, 2020 – Vacant WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight Championship Zulipikaer Maimaitiali Vs. Sung Jae Jo @ Mission Hills Resort Haikou Hainan, China.

💥February 8, 2020 – WBO Mini-Flyweight World Champion Wilfredo Méndez battles Gabriel Mendoza. Vacant WBO Latino Jr. Bantamweight Championship Orlando “El Jaguar” Peñalba Vs. Keyver Fernández at Hotel El Panama in Panama city.

💥February 8, 2020 – Vacant WBO Female Jr. Welterweight Championship: Christina Linardatou vs. Prisca Vicot & Vacant NABO Female Lightweight Championship: Jessica Camara vs. Melissa St. Vil @ Hammond Civic Center Hammond, United States

💥February 8, 2020 – Vacant WBO Intercontinental Jr. Middleweight Championship title: Kell Brook vs. Mark DeLuca @ Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire, UK

💥February 15, 2020 – Vacant WBO Latino Lightweight Championship: José Sánchez Vs. Javier José Clavero @ Club México, Santiago de Chile.

💥February 20, 2020 – WBO NABO Jr. Welterweight Champion Yomar Alamo Vs. Kendo Castaneda @ Osceola Heritage Park, Kissimmee, Florida. Live on Telemundo

💥February 20, 2020 – Vacant WBO European Featherweight Championship David Oliver Joyce Vs. Lee Haskins @ Ulster Hall, Belfast. live on ESPN+ in association with Top Rank and on iFL TV worldwide.

💥February 21, 2020 – Vacant WBO NABO Junior Flyweight Championship: Jonathan González Vs. Saúl Juarez @ Miccosukee Indian Gaming Resort, Miami, Florida. TV: Telemundo.

💥February 29, 2020 – Vacant WBO Oriental Supper Middleweight Championship: Jayde Mitchell Vs. Istvan Szili. Live on Fox Sports 506.

💥March 7, 2020 – WBO European Middleweight Champion Danny Dignum Vs. Alfredo Meli @ Brentwood Centre, Brentwood, Essex, United Kingdom. Live on ESPN +.

💥March 7, 2020 – WBO Female Jr. Lightweight World Champion Ewa Brodnicka faces Djemilla “The Pitbull” Gontaruk @ Dzierżoniów.

💥March 7, 2020 – NABO Heavyweight Champion Frank Sánchez Faure vs. JoeyDawejko @ Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY. TV: PBC on FOX

💥March 7, 2020 – WBO Global Jr. Welterweight Champion Liam Paro Vs. James Chereji. Vacant WBO Asia Pacific Heavyweight Championship Demsey McKean Vs. Jonathan Rice. WBO Oriental Lightweight Champion Jacob Ng Vs. Valentine Hosokawa @ The Star, Gold Coast, Australia.

💥March 14, 2020 – WBO Featherweight World Champion Shakur Stevenson Vs. Miguel Marriaga @ MSG’s Hulu Theater, NY. Live on ESPN

💥March 17, 2020 – WBO Female Mini-Flyweight Championship title Mika Iwakawa vs. Nanae Suzuki @ Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan.

The World Boxing Organization (WBO), chaired by Francisco ‘Paco’ Valcárcel, will have seven fights in different parts of the world this upcoming weekend.

Saturday, May 19:

In Australia, there will be a duel of unbeatens when the popular Australian Liam Paro (13-0, 9 KO’s) faces Sebastian Bytyqi (11-0-1, 8 KO’s) of the Czech Republic for the vacant WBO Youth Jr. Welterweight title. The fight is scheduled for 10 rounds and it’ll take place at the Southport Sharks AFL Club in Southport.

“Paro and Bytyqi have the backing of world champions for this fight. Paro has been sparring with our WBO world champion Jeff Horn and in Bytyqi’s corner, he has Lukas Konecny, a former interim WBO champion and is the best fighter the Czech Republic has given so far”, said Valcárcel.

In Turkey, from the Spor Salonu in Trabzon, former world champion and WBO #2 Firat Arslan (47-8-2, 26 KO’s) will face Isaac Paa Kwesi Ankrah (14-7, 12 KO’s) of Ghana in a 10 round bout for the WBO Inter-Continental Jr. Heavyweight belt. Former Olympian, current WBO Jr. Welterweight European champion and #12 ranked, Fatih Keles (10-0-1, 5 KO’s) of Turkey, will be making the third defense of his title against Russian Maxim Churbanov (8-3-1), and former Olympian Ali Eren Demirezen (8-0-0) will defend his WBO European Heavyweight belt against Georgia’s Tornike Puritchamiashvili (11-8-0, 7 KO’s).

In England, WBO Inter-Continental Junior Welterweight title holder and 4th ranked Jack Catterall (20-0, 11 KO’s) will be making his seventh title defense against Frenchman Christopher Sebire (26-10-1, 9 KO’s). Then, in duel of Englishmen, Darren Tetley (15-0, 6 KO’s) will face Mason Cartwright (13-0-1, 5 KO’s) for the vacant WBO welterweight European belt. The fight venue is the Elland Road Football Ground in Leeds.

Sunday, May 20:

The boxing movement of WBO regional titles continues, and will take place in Japan, where the WBO Asia-Pacific lightweight champion and #2 ranked Nihito Arakawa (31-6-1, 18 KO’s) will put his title on the line against Filipino, Rimar Metuda (12-3, 7 KO’s) in a bout that’ll take place in the Ota-City General Gymnasium.

“We are very active all around the world. We are extending our organization so that the best fighters represent the WBO. Several of the fighters who will see action this weekend are close to going for a world title. Arakawa, Catterall, Arslan, Demirezen and Keles are very well ranked. If they continue with their winning streaks, great things will come for them”, expressed Valcárcel.