Boxing Tonight: Lyndon Arthur vs Braian Suarez Viewing Details & Start Tine

09/01/2023 - No comments

Lyndon Arthur and Braian Suarez will battle it out for the vacant IBO world light heavyweight title on September 1, live and free-to-air on Channel 5. 

The rivals were due to square off in March, but a medical issue forced Argentina’s Suarez to pull out, 24 hours before their showdown.

‘King’ Arthur dealt with late replacement Boris Crighton the following evening, but his focus instantly switched back to the IBO belt – and getting his hands on Suarez as soon as possible.

And Wasserman Boxing, in association with LadbrokesNuman and Infinitum Entertainment, have delivered the fight that has been on Arthur’s mind for months.

Victory for either man at the University of Bolton Stadium, this September, opens the door to some huge international fights and Manchester’s Arthur has waited too long to let this golden opportunity slip through his fingers.

Lyndon Arthur said: “This fight, and this opponent, have been on my mind since the start of the year. I have thought of little else so I can’t wait to finally get in the ring with Suarez on September 1, defeat him and put the IBO world title around my waist.

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“This is a huge moment in my career because victory will open the door to some massive fights for me and for Manchester.

“It’s time for the coronation of King Arthur!”

Ladbrokes Big Fight Odds
Lyndon Arthur – 1/10

Braian Suarez – 6/1

Draw – 20/1

Braian Suarez said: “You cannot begin to imagine the hurt I felt, when I was forced to withdraw from this fight in March.

“But I have used the pain from that moment to push myself harder in the gym, and I return to Bolton, in September, an even better version of the fighter who was ready to fight Arthur a few months ago.

“I was already very confident of victory but now, I am convinced of it.”

Kalle Sauerland, Global Head of Boxing at Wasserman Boxing, said: “The second Lyndon stepped out of the ring in March, there was one thing on his mind – Suarez.

“It was the only fight he wanted, and we were determined to make sure the fight happened again, and that the IBO world title would still be on the line.

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“For the winner on September 1, the world awaits. It’s a massive moment for both men and the delay has only added to the suspense.

“Finally, later this year, they get it on!”

Doors open at 6pm.
First bell 7pm
4 Rounds Featherweight contest
Niall Fielding 129.4lbs
John Spencer 130lbs4 Round Super Lightweight contest
Alex Murphy 139.2lb
Joshua Ocampo 136.8lbs

4 Rounds Super Welterweight contest
Ashley Marron 149.8lbs
Petar Aleksandrov 148.2lbs

6 Rounds Super Lightweight contest
Ben Marksby 141.8lbs
Jordan Ellison (not weighed in yet)

6 Rounds Featherweight contest
Codie Smith 130.1lbs
Eliecer Quezada 128.6lbs

Vacant IBO World Light Heavyweight Title
12 Rounds contest

Lyndon Arthur 174.5lbs
Braian Suarez 175.7lbs
(Suarez missed weight and can no longer win the IBO belt)

Big Fight Odds with Ladbrokes
Arthur win – 1/5
Suarez win – 7/2

Vacant British Super Welterweight Title
12 Rounds contest

Samuel Antwi 153.7lbs
Mason Cartwright 153.6lbs

Big Fight Odds with Ladbrokes
Antwi win – 2/5
Cartwright win – 2/1