Top Rank Boxing Reveals Full Lineup Of Fights For June 9 & 11 Shows On ESPN

Top Rank Boxing has officially revealed the full lineup of fights for its first two events.

The promotional company announced that it will return on June 9 and 11 with ESPN broadcasts taking place at the MGM Grand Conference Center Grand Ballroom in Las Vegas. The announcement comes after the Nevada State Athletic Commission gave the company the green light to hold its first shows in months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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These events will be closed to both the public and the media, as only essential fight camp members and event staff will be permitted on site. ESPN’s Top Rank play-by-play commentator Joe Tessitore will be calling the card from the ESPN studios in Bristol, Connecticut. Andre Ward, Tim Bradley and Mark Kriegel, will join the broadcast team from their home studios while reporter Bernardo Osuna will be on-location in Las Vegas.

The first show will feature WBO featherweight champion Shakur Stevenson testing the waters at super featherweight and take on Felix Caraballo. The co-main event of that card will see rising women's boxing star Mikaela Mayer taking on Helen Joseph.

The June 11 card will be headlined by former WBO super bantamweight champion Jessie Magdaleno facing Yenifel Vicente in a featherweight bout. Magdaleno has won two straight fights since dropping the WBO title to Isaac Dogboe in 2018.

Below are the full cards for both events:

June 9:

* Shakur Stevenson vs. Felix Caraballo

* Mikaela Mayer vs. Helen Joseph

* Jared Anderson vs. Johnnie Langston

* Guido Vianello vs. Don Haynesworth

* Robeisy Ramirez vs. Yeuri Andujar

* Calvin Metcalf vs. Quatavious Cash

June 11:

* Jessie Magdaleno vs. Yenifel Vicente

* Adam Lopez v. Louie Coria: NABF featherweight title

* Bryan Lua vs. Dan Murray

* Gabriel Muratalla vs. Fernando Robles

* Eric Mondragon vs. Mike Sanchez

This will be Top Rank's first show in the United States since it co-promoted the Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 2 pay-per-view back in February.

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