Boxing tonight: Schedule, TV channels, live streams, fight times, undercards and odds


 Lewis Ritson has home advantage tonight as he takes on Robbie Davies Jr in a genuine 50-50 clash in Newcastle  Ritson was on an upwards trajectory until he was outpointed by Francesco Patera in their European title fight last year  Davies Jr has an identical 19-1 record having lost to Michal Syrowatka in 2017 only to avenge the defeat eight months later  He and Ritson have been at each other’s throats for months and clashed after their respective fights in Liverpool in August  Tonight they will settle their beef – here is everything you need to know. Lewis Ritson vs Robbie Davies Jr   Fight time  The fight will start between 10 30pm and 11pm   TV channel  The fights will be shown on Sky Sports Action from 7pm Watch our new boxing show After The Bell  Mirror Fighting has launched a new weekly boxing show in association with Betfair in which we analyse the latest big fights, play matchmaker, and preview forthcoming bouts  To watch the latest show in full, click here.     Live stream  The fights can be streamed on Sky Go either via the app or the website   Undercard  Ted Cheeseman vs Scott Fitzgerald  Lawrence Osueke vs Ricky Summers  Savannah Marshall vs Ashleigh Curry  Martin Bakole vs Kevin Johnson  Kieron Conway vs Konrad Stempkowski  John Docherty vs Ryan Aston  Darren Reay vs Eduardo Valverde  Joe Laws vs Justice Addy  Terry Wilkinson vs Daryl Pearce  April Hunter vs Borislava Goranova  Thomas Whittaker Hart vs Darryl Sharp   Odds  Ritson 5/6  Davies Jr Evens  Draw 20/1   Latest news  Robbie Davies Jr believes Lewis Ritson is worried about being at a size disadvantage  “I’ve seen him go on constantly [about] my size and me being too big,” he told Sky Sports “So I know that it’s playing on his mind subconsciously. He mentions it in every single interview  “I honestly believe I am too big and too strong for him.  “I can exploit how he comes out with all guns blazing for three or four rounds Even against his lower-level opponents, right through to top-level opponents, he does the exact same thing  “He starts off fast, then he dies down.  “As you can see in most of my fights, I come on stronger as the rounds go on ”

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