Adrien Broner, Gervonta Davis, Jermall Charlo, Adonis Stevenson and Badou Jack, live on Sky Sports
Last Updated: 08/03/18 7:44pm
Adrien Broner, Gervonta Davis, Jermall Charlo, Adonis Stevenson and Badou Jack will all be fighting live on Sky Sports.
Five of the biggest names in boxing will be on your screens in our latest trans-Atlantic treat, in April and May.
First up is the Barclays Center, New York on April 21, with the controversial Broner taking on Jessie Vargas, Davis facing Jesus Andres Cuellar for the vacant WBA 'Super' super-featherweight title and Charlo taking on Hugo Centeno Jr in a crucial middleweight interim match-up.
Then, on May 19, we move north to Montreal, Canada to see Stevenson take the biggest challenge of his five-year reign as WBC light-heavyweight world champion, when he takes on Jack, who Nathan Cleverly, James DeGale or George Groves couldn't beat at super-middleweight.
It is also likely to see Floyd Mayweather back on our screens for the first time in a while with New York-bound Davis and Jack still under the former pound-for-pound's promotional banner.
Adam Smith, Sky Sports' Head of Boxing, said: "We are thrilled to be adding even more world-class international action to our 'Sizzling Spring' schedule.
"Four-division champion Broner is one of those boxing enigmas you can't take your eyes off, and the New York bill is packed with super support like Charlo and Davis.
"As for Stevenson-Jack, it is one of those in 2018 that we cannot wait to see. A wonderful clash of styles and a real pick 'em. More great action from across the pond, live on Sky Sports."
New York, April 21
Broner vs Vargas
The four-weight world champion remains an enigma and is loved and loathed in equal measures, but is always worth watching! The talk is that he is on his way down, so who better than a hard-hitting, rough Mexican to help him on his way.
Davis vs Cuellar
'The Tank' is unbeaten, lost his world title on the scales and is Mayweather's protege, planning to go all the way to the top. In his way stands another former world champion, Cuellar, who can bang and brawl with equal measure.
Charlo vs Centeno Jr
This might only be for an interim middleweight title but will Charlo be even better at 160lbs? He already has been with New York's Daniel Jacobs, who fights on Sky Sports a week later, and with the Canelo-GGG rematch around the corner, both Charlo and Centeno Jr will want to send out a reminder.
Canada, May 19
Stevenson vs Jack
At last 'Superman' seems willing to take on one of the biggest names in the light-heavyweight game. Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev both tried to get a crack at Stevenson's WBC crown, to no avail, but Jack is the first big-name challenger off to Canada.
'The Ripper' though is not as established in the 175lb division, as the rest. He took Cleverly's WBA belt away in a brutal display on the Mayweather-McGregor bill but that was his sole fight at 175lbs. Kovalev (WBO), Dmitry Bivol (WBA) and Artur Beterbiev (IBF) are sure to be waiting to see who wins...