Eddie Hearn, ‘World Boxing Owner’, announces five events in UK

Kovid-19 pandemic again shakes sporting events around the world

At the age of 41, Briton Eddie Hearn can be considered the “master of world boxing”. With his matchroom company today being responsible for many great boxers, it was with the young entrepreneur that Boxing gained organization, credibility, and great events, emerging from the apathy that went through great art.

In 2021, Hearn made more promises for fans of superior art. This Friday, five events were announced. First on 13 February. Then follow 20 February, 6 March, 20 March and 10 April.

The main attraction in the skirmishes is the duel between Josh Warrington vs. Mauricio Lara, Alexander Povetkin and Dillian White on 13 February, the heavyweight World Title Elimination rematch on 6 March. In the first, Povetkin won in a stunning knockout.

On April 10, cruiser Lawrence Okoli and Krzysztost Glowacki go in search of an empty World Boxing Organization belt. In the welterweight division, Conor Benne faces Samuel Vargas for the European title.

Programs are broadcast on the DAZN platform in more than 200 countries. Hearn is British boxer Anthony Joshua, World Heavyweight Champion of the World Organization, manager of the International Federation and World Boxing Association.

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