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Saturday, June 12th JUNIOR LIGHTWEIGHT INTERIM CHAMPIONSHIP: Shakur Stevenson vs. Jeremiah Nakathila – Sat., June 12 on ESPN

JUNIOR LIGHTWEIGHT INTERIM CHAMPIONSHIP: Shakur Stevenson vs. Jeremiah Nakathila – Sat., June 12 on ESPN

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2016 U.S. Olympic silver medalist Stevenson (15-0, 8 KOs) will headline in Las Vegas for the third time as he seeks to capture a world title in a second weight class. One of the world’s top pound-for-pound talents, Stevenson is tasked with turning back Nakathila (21-1, 17 KOs), who has won 10 consecutive fights by knockout since the lone defeat of his career.

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Saturday, June 19th UNIFIED BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas – Sat., June 19 on ESPN

UNIFIED BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas – Sat., June 19 on ESPN

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Japanese star Inoue (20-0, 17 KOs) has already cemented his legacy as one of his nation’s great fighters, winning world titles in three weight classes and sporting a record of 15-0 with 13 knockouts in championship fights. He made his Las Vegas debut last October and knocked out Australian contender Jason Moloney with a straight right hand that became an instant viral highlight. Dasmarinas (30-2-1, 20 KOs) is 12-0-1 since the last defeat of his career, a run that includes a 2018 knockout over three-time European bantamweight champion Karim Guerfi.

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Saturday, June 26th LIGHTWEIGHT CLASH: Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. Masoyoshi Nakatani – Sat., June 26 on ESPN+

LIGHTWEIGHT CLASH: Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. Masoyoshi Nakatani – Sat., June 26 on ESPN+

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“Loma” is back. The Ukrainian superstar and future Hall of Famer fights for the first time since last October’s showdown against Teofimo Lopez for the undisputed lightweight world title. Lomachenko’s return comes against Nakatani (19-1, 13 KOs), a longtime Japanese contender who most recently knocked out Felix Verdejo in one of the best fights of 2020. Lomachenko (14-2, 10 KOs) won a pair of Olympic gold medals before turning professional in 2013, and he then proceeded to win world titles in three weight classes in his first 12 fights. The “pound-for-pound Picasso” will be giving up roughly five inches in height and six inches in reach to the naturally bigger Nakatani.

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