Live Boxing Tonight: Sheeraz vs. Williams Streams Live on ESPN+

02/10/2024 - No comments

Fight action from London starts at 2 p.m. ET /11 a.m. PT

Two of Britain’s finest in the middleweight division are set to throw down this Saturday, Feb. 10 at 2 pm ET live on EPSN+ and TNT SPorts. The unbeaten Hamzah Sheeraz is putting his Commonwealth title on the line in a 12-round headline fight against the former British champ Liam Williams, and it’s all going down at the Copper Box Arena in London.

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Joining the main event, we’ve got the lightweight division lighting up with Sam Noakes and Lewis Sylvester, both holding clean records, squaring off for the Commonwealth, British, and WBC International Silver titles in another 12-rounder.

For those tuning in from the States, catch this action-packed lineup streaming live and exclusive on ESPN+ starting at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT.

Sheeraz, with an impressive 18-0 record and 14 KOs, has been turning heads for nearly seven years. The man’s on a hot streak with 12 knockouts in a row. Snatching the WBO European title back in November 2019 after laying out Ryan Kelly in the sixth, Sheeraz defended that title four times. Last year, he kept busy, adding three more wins to his record, including a jaw-dropping second-round knockout to claim the Commonwealth title from River Wilson-Bent. In his latest, he shut down Dmytro Mytrofanov in two. As for Williams, sitting at 25-4-1 with 20 KOs, he’s looking to bounce back, holding a 2-1 record since his 2021 tussle for the WBO middleweight world title against Demetrius Andrade didn’t go his way.

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Noakes, with a perfect 12-0 and all by knockout, has been wrapping up his business early, ending his last four bouts in four rounds or less. Last time we saw him, he dropped Carlos Perez four times, sealing the deal in the fourth. He grabbed the vacant Commonwealth title last year with another fourth-round finish, this time over Calvin McCord. Sylvester, hailing from Hull, England, with a 13-0 record and 4 KOs, snatched the English title last July and defended it in October with a quick finish in the first round against Jimmy First.

And let’s not forget, Anthony Yarde (24-3, 23 KOs) is back in action in London. Coming off a gutsy performance against Artur Beterbiev, Yarde’s stepping back into the ring against Serbia’s Marko Nikolic (32-3, 12 KOs) in a 10-round light heavyweight showdown.

WBC Silver & Commonwealth Middleweight Contest 12 x 3 Minute Rounds
Hamzah Sheeraz 159.4lbs
Liam Williams 159lbs

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WBC silver International & Commonwealth & vacant British & vacant WBO international Lightweight Championships 12 x 3 Minute Rounds
Sam Noakes 134.6lbs
Lewis Slyvester 133.6lbs

Commonwealth Silver Featherweight Championship 10 x 3 Minute Rounds
Masood Abdullah 125.7lbs
Qais Ashfaq 134.13lbs

International Light-Heaveight Contest 10 x 3 Minute Rounds
Anthony Yarde 177.7lbs
Marko Nikolic 179.6lbs

International Light-Heavyweight Contest 8 x 3 Minute Rounds
Karol Itauma 181.12lbs
Eros Seghetti 182.13lbs

International Cruiserweight Contest 6  x 3 Minute Rounds
Tommy Fletcher 202.5lbs
Alvaro Terrero 204.13lbs

International Cruiserweight Contest 6  x 3 Minute Rounds
Aloys Junior 204.6lbs
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International Featherweight Contest 6  x 3 Minute Rounds
Umar Khan 128lbs
Maicol Velazco 129.2lbs

International Lightweight Contest 4 x 3 Minute Rounds
Billy Adams 132.5lbs
Engel Gomez 133.9lbs

International Super-Featherweight Contest 4  x 3 Minute Rounds
Charlie Hickford – 127.4lbs
Yin Caicedo – 126.7lbs

International Middleweight Contest 4  x 3 Minute Rounds
Sam King – 160lbs
Bartos Glowacki – 159.13lbs



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