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  1. MuayThai101 Brown Belt

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    Am I the only one who finds it hard to keep up with what fight is when and what time ect? I want a website like sherdog where It tells you who is fighting, what time a an event will start whether its in russia, UK, ect.

    What is a good website you guys use?
     
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  3. droolingliver Blue Belt

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    Boxrec's schedule page gives a comprehensive list of what match ups are happening where. From what I hear, as a site it's used by people in the industry.

    You can also filter by TV channel, but that's a bit hit and miss.
     
  4. Philtard Red Belt

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    Yea boxrec is where it's at and for reference there is nothing better
     
  5. ZOD66 Brown Belt

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  6. Shoemaker ****INSIDIOUS**** Platinum Member

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    I usually wait for someone else to ask on here. Then I shame them for asking instead of Googling, while I'm secretly more lazy.
     
  7. RizinSon88 She came to me with a serpent's kiss...

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    I go to fightnews.com scroll down and check the right side where they list upcoming matches. Then I figure out the times myself by checking the channel schedules once I know the date. I never care where the matches actually take place. Hope it helps!

    Example:
    April 20
    PPV
    Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan
    (WBO welterweight title)

    April 20
    FOX
    Danny Garcia vs. Adrian Granados
    (welterweight)
    Andy Ruiz vs. Alexander Dimitrenko
    (heavyweight)

    April 20
    DAZN
    Dave Allen vs. Lucas Browne
    (heavyweight)
    Derek Chisora vs. Senad Gashi
    (heavyweight)

    April 26

    DAZN
    Srisaket S Rungvisai vs. Juan F Estrada
    (WBC super flyweight title)
    Daniel Roman vs. TJ Doheny
    (WBA/IBF super bantamweight titles)

    Jessie Vargas vs. Humberto Soto
    (jr middleweight)
    WTF?????

    April 26
    DAZN
    Fabio Turchi vs. Jean Jacques Olivier
    (cruiserweight)

    April 27
    ESPN+
    Daniel Dubois vs. Richard Lartey
    (heavyweight)

    April 27
    DAZN
    Kiryl Relikh vs. Regis Prograis
    (WBA super lightweight title/WBSS)
    Zolani Tete vs. Nonito Donaire
    (WBO/WBA bantamweight titles/WBSS)

    May 4
    ESPN
    Artur Beterbiev vs. Radivoje Kalajdzic
    (IBF light heavyweight title)
    Jerwin Ancajas vs. Ryuichi Funai
    (IBF jr bantamweight title)

    May 4
    DAZN
    Canelo Alvarez vs. Daniel Jacobs
    (WBA/WBC/IBF middleweight titles)
     
  8. HandNoise Brown Belt

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    I go to Box.live to see upcoming fights and rankings. Use to go to boxing society but they stopped updating. And Box-rec although pop ups can get annoying asf.
     
  9. City_Lights Brown Belt

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  10. sweetviolenturg Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    While I'm online I always have a tab with Boxingscene.com & another one with boxrec up on my screen. Then, I occasionally visit ESPN.com & Fightnews.com for any stories that might have slipped through the cracks.
     
  11. aries Gold Belt

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    I use Oddschecker and look at the boxing page. Tells you all potential up and coming fights and even what network they are being televised on and what time the fight is being shown at.
     

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