Business Insider / Business Insider The U.K. boxing promotion has officially opened its doors to U.L.S.-based companies, and it has an array of promotional options for its athletes.
The promotion will officially launch on Saturday, March 8, with three new events.
First up is a women’s featherweight title bout between Briton Emma O’Reilly and American Joanne Calderwood at The Ring in London, England.
There will be a rematch of the 2014 fight in London on March 11.
British promoter Steve Roberts says the fight will be the largest boxing match in Britain’s history.
The fight is expected to attract as many as 1.4 million people, making it the biggest boxing event in Britain in history.
The second event is the co-feature between British featherweight champion Laila Ali and former World Boxing Organization (WBO) champion Alexander Povetkin, who are expected to headline the same event in Moscow.
The two fighters will fight for a chance to win a $200,000 purse for the WBO.
The third event is expected in the United States.
The former WBO champion is set to meet former welterweight titlist Adrien Broner in an eliminator bout, and a rematch is in the works between the pair.
Broner will be fighting for his seventh WBA title, and Ali has three belts under her belt.
The bout will take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, and will be televised on HBO.
British promoters Steve Roberts and Mike Winkleman, the promoters of the event, say it will be an event unlike any other, bringing boxing fans together for the first time in their history.
“This is the first ever U.N.F. event and it will feature the most exciting women’s fight of the 21st century,” Roberts said in a statement.
“The fight will not only have the biggest prize purse ever, but will also feature a highly anticipated rematch of an incredibly memorable fight between two of the best fighters of the past 10 years.
The United Kingdom has never hosted an event like this in its history and it is going to make history in a very big way.”
For now, the U,L.C.
Boxing Promotion will be open to any U.s. boxers, as long as they’re not U.A.F.-affiliated.
Boxing promotion says it will provide a wide array of events for U.l.S., U.C., and U.B.B., and will include a full schedule of all the events on the ULC.
It also has a partnership with the UABBA.
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A and B., are all set to host bouts at their venues, according to a press release from the UL Boxing promotion.
U.U.,L.’s full schedule will be available soon on the company’s website.
The company says it has reached out to the U-L.F., U-S., and its affiliates and hopes to announce a date for its debut in the coming weeks.