This Weeks Guide To Boxing-

From a week of domestic dust ups and Brits conquering over the pond in America to a week of world titles and Commonwealth glory.

We were treated with a exciting week of boxing but this week looks even more interesting. 

World title- 

Teofimo Lopez (19-1-0) Vs Jamaine Ortiz (17-1-1)-

This Sunday sees Patrick Mahomes take on Brock Purdy in a world level head to head clash but first up in Las Vegas is another world title.

The World Super Lightweight title is on the line with the USA sensation Teofimo Lopez taking on Jamaine Ortiz. 

Lopez comes into a unusual Thursday night bout off the back of a close call fight with Josh Taylor. 

The “Takeover” is looking to put his name back with the best of a highly contested division.

While Ortiz looks to dent Lopez’s hopes. 

Ortiz’s singular loss came from Vasyl Lomachenko who is Lopez’s strongest win yet. 

Both come into this fight with a lot of questions and with a lot to win in the, stacked with talent, super-lightweight division.

The pair of fighters will look to kick off the famous Super Bowl weekend in Vegas style by putting on a absolute show.

Non-World Title Events-

Hamzah Sheeraz (18-0-0) Vs Liam Williams (24-4-1)-

The first of a few home soil contests is a highly anticipated fight between Hamzah Sheeraz and Liam Williams.

This is a consecutive week of rescheduled fights as the original contest was cancelled after Sheeraz had a perforated eardrum. 

Sheeraz has been on a tear in the Middleweight division winning 18 fights without a single loss and having knocked out 14 of those. 

He seems to be the star Frank Warrens sees him to be and will take on his first big test this weekend.

Williams is on a more of a resurgence of kinds.

Coming off the back of two high profile losses to Chris Eubank Jr and Demtrius Andrade, he’s now won two on the bounce with neither making it past the second round.

“The Machine” is looking to put himself back in contention for world titles.

With Chris Eubank Jr and Connor Benn looking likely to never being made, Eubank will be keeping a keen eye on this one.

A spectacular performance for either would be a huge stepping stone towards world titles or even bigger domestic fights. 

Sam Noakes (12-0-0) Vs Lewis Sylvester (13-0-0)-

An unbeaten contest on the undercard with massive Lightweight prospect Sam Noakes takes on Lewis Sylvester.

Noakes is one of Britains best lightweight fighters and looks to add a unbeaten fighter to his slew of recent ko’s. 

The 26 year old with have his work cut out for him as Sylvester comes right of the back of a first round knockout of Jimmy First. 

Both fighters will look to place there names on the lightweight title list. 

Mark Chamberlain has made some recent comments on Noakes making it clear that Noakes is on his hit list. 

With Chamberlains fight against Gavin Gwynne right round the corner, both will have one eye on this fight. 

The undercard also includes unbeaten Tommy Fletcher who has 5 KO’s in 6 wins.

Karol Ituama, brother of Moses Ituama, who looks to return to a WBC International title picture.

Finally Anthony Yarde will return to the ring for the second time after his loss to Undisputed contender Artur Bertebiev.

Liam Dillion (13-0-1) Vs Reece Belloti (17-5-0)-

From one side of London to another. Eddie Hearn and Matchroom hosts a Super Featherweight bout. 

Liam Dillion has a near perfect record with 13 wins and a singular draw In the super-featherweight division 

Reece Belloti on the other hand has had a handful of slip ups including two in the Matchroom HQ against Jordan Gill and Raymond Ford. 

The two will battle it out on the top of the card for the BBofC Super Featherweight title. 

Shannon Ryan (6-0-0) Vs Emma Dolan (6-0-0)-

On the same card as the co-main event is a big women’s BBofC Super flyweight title fight.

Both Shannon Ryan and Emma Dolan are unbeaten and have a identical 6-0-0 record.

They both have a clean record with a opponent in common, Gemma Ruegg, who they both beat on points.

The undercard does also include John Hedges who looks to better his 8-0-0 perfect record.

Craig Richards will also return for his first fight since splitting from the match room gym and going to new trainer Shane McGuigan.

This card is apart of the Match room NXTGEN promotion.

Ones To Keep An Eye On-

Another UK card to look out for is a TopTier card which is in Brentwood London and includes prospects, Harli Whitwell, Connor Adway and Amy Andrew.