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In light of this weekends stacked night of world boxing, we will take a look at the potential outcomes of all the bouts, and we will be posting a full schedule of both the UK and the U.S cards.

As we all know, David Haye is set to face Tony Bellew in an exciting, entertaining and over hyped fight. Make no mistakes about it, I’m excited to see the bout as it definitely will be entertaining, but it won’t last long. This is a mismatch and there is no two ways about it.

Yesterday we saw the press conference were the pair came together once again in an extremely electric atmosphere as the scousers turned up to watch their men have it out with London’s hopefuls.

Ohara Davies was in typical Ohara form, and created incredible dislike for the undefeated super lightweight as he turned up in his headphones, made reference to the wages and income of the Liverpudlian’s and then called them £7 an hour c*nts.

This Saturday on Sky Box Office the pair finally meet. It will be live from 6pm UK time, and will cost £16.95. Haye v Bellew, Davies v Mathews and Eggington Malignaggi will be fighting live.

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Despite Haye’s relaxed interviews on the “Behind The Ropes” documentaries, he was certainly rattled when it came to yesterdays press conference. The former heavyweight champion was taking no prisoners on his verbal attack on the crowd.

He took to the microphone to keep his speech short and simple. He immediately hurdled verbal jabs Bellew’s way and then followed on to call him a fucking idiot. As the crowd reacted louder and boo’d him off, he then called them all “Fucking Retards”.

The pair clearly can’t stand each other and there isn’t a hope in hell that this fight will make it the full twelve rounds. Bellew will be out to prove a point and Haye will be out to cause destruction, there is no in between, someone is getting knocked out.

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Chief support sees an exciting domestic clash as undefeated WBC Silver super lightweight champion Ohara Davies puts his belt on the line against seasoned veteran Derry Mathews. The pair have continued their war of words on social media but came together yesterday to create a memorable few minutes.

Ohara took to the microphone to insult both Derry Mathews and the people of Liverpool that had turned out to the press conference. Derry took to the stage to fire back and the place erupted, with many chanting “Who The F**king Hell Are You!”

This will be an incredibly tough for both men as Ohara is yet to face anyone of Mathews experience and pressure, but Ohara is still an untested entity and we are yet to find out whether he is the real deal. This could make for an absolute belter of a fight with the two putting everything at stake as the looser of this certainly won’t live it down in a hurry.

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Also appearing on the bill will be Birmingham welterweight Sam Eggington as he looks to take on experienced former world champion Pauli Malignaggi. Eggington will be defending his WBC international welterweight title and its his first time in the ring since stopping Frankie Gavin in a mouth-watering clash last year.

This is a very close fight as far as the bookies are concerned. Eggington is the younger and more active man, but make no mistakes, Malignaggi has been in with some of the best and his experience will be a massive advantage.

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On the same night, but a little later as its live in the US we have Keith Thurman taking on Danny Garcia in the number one fight in the welterweight division. Both men are champions, both men are undefeated and both men are coming to bring everything.

Danny Garcia was once one of the brightest prospects in the sport but his choice of opposition over recent years has seen a decrease in his fan base whilst Thurman has continued to better himself with an impressive close win over Shawn Porter recently.

This is an extremely close fight and very hard to call. The bookies have Thurman as the favourite due to Garcia’s inactivity, but DSG is still never a fighter to be written off. He has often been an underdog in fights but has always found a way to win.

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Despite the fact the UK’s card will cost you £16.95, it’s a pretty positive weekend for world boxing and a very busy one for our TV screens. You will be able to watch Thurman v Garcia live in the UK on Boxnation.

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