Boxing tonight: Schedules, live streams, times for Bivol, Ramirez, Cameron

Boxing fans are being treated to two decent events tonight, including the stacked Dmitry Bivol vs Gilberto Ramirez bill in Abu Dhabi. Besides the mouth-watering WBA light heavyweight title fight itself, the undercard boasts two other world championship clashes with British involvement.

Chantelle Cameron looks to add Jessica McCaskill’s WBA belt to her growing collection which already includes the WBC, IBF, and Ring Magazine titles. While Zelfa Barrett takes on Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov for the vacant IBF super-featherweight strap.

Over in America, David Morrell and Aidos Yerbossynuly do battle for WBA ‘regular’ gold. Morrell has held the lesser “world title” since he was elevated from interim champion following just his third professional victory against Lennox Allen. Yerbossynuly has been out of the ring since September 2021 when he defeated the same man.

Etihad Arena, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Dmitry Bivol vs Gilberto Ramirez for (WBA light-heavyweight title)

Chantelle Cameron vs Jessica McCaskill (WBC, WBA, IBF, and Ring Magazine women’s super-lightweight titles)

Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov vs Zelfa Barrett (vacant IBF super-featherweight title)

Galal Yafai vs Gohan Rodriguez Garcia (flyweight)

Khalid Yafai vs Jerald Paclar (bantamweight)

Sultan Al Nuaimi vs Jerome Baloro (super-flyweight)

Aqib Fiaz vs Diego Valiterra (super-featherweight)

Campbell Hatton vs Denis Bartos (lightweight)

Fahad Al Bloushi vs Giorgi Gotchoshvili (lightweight)

Majid Al Naqbi vs John Lawrence Ordonio (super-lightweight)

Live streams and fight times

Bivol and Ramirez are expected to square off at 9pm UK time with the undercard due to commence from 5:30pm.

All of the action will be aired live on DAZN. Fans can watch the event as part of their £7.99 a month subscription package.

The Morrell vs Yerbossynuly undercard is scheduled to kick off at 1am UK time. Main event fighters are expected to make their ring walks at approximately 3am.

The event can be viewed on the Showtime boxing app with a monthly subscription cost of £9.81 ($10.99). This can be live streamed via the app.