Boxing will be offering a chilling Halloween treat for fans across the globe.
Highlighting the scary day are some of the big names today.
Let’s check it out!
Naoya Inoue vs. Jason Maloney
It will be the first fight of Inoue under the Top Rank Promotions and on US soil. The Japanese Monster, who sits as the 4th pound-for-pound fighter, will be tested against Jason Maloney.
Inoue will defend his bantamweight titles against the Australian.
It is a match expected to be decided via knockout. Inoue is unbeaten at 19 wins with 16 knockouts, while Maloney has 21 wins with 18 knockouts and one defeat.
Both fighters are hard hitters; thus, their fight can be presumed as explosive.
Will the Japanese continue to reign in the foreign soil, or will his debut become a scary memory he will not forget?
ESPN will broadcast the clash.
Gervonta Davis vs Leo Santa Cruz
Two of the best lightweight boxers are set to settle their rivalry. Santa Cruz was calling out Davis.
They will now face the WBA junior lightweight belt of Santa Cruz on the line.
In the current ESPN ranking, “Tank” Davis is considered the fourth-best lightweight while Santa Cruz sits at the eight spots.
Their match will be televised via PPV Showtime. It is expected as well to grant fans to watch live.
It will be the first time since the pandemic started that boxing allowed fans. However, they clarified that the number would be limited.
Davis is a knockout artist with a perfect record of 23 wins and an almost perfect knockout with 22.
While the volume puncher Santa Cruz has 37 victories with 19 knockouts and one defeat.
Who will emerge as the winner?
Oleksandr Usyk vs Derrick Chisora
This heavyweight showdown completes the cast for the Halloween Treat main events.
Usyk was the undisputed cruiserweight champion and is now looking to dominate in the heavyweight class.
Beating Chisora will earn his a chance to fight the current unified heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua.
Meanwhile, Chisora has been a force to reckon in the heavyweight.
Will Usyk be able to pass the daunting task in front of him?
Find out as SkySports will do the honor of covering the match.
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