Full List of Fights Confirmed For WBSS Season 2 – All 3 Weight Classes

WBSS Season 2

The second season of the World Boxing Super Series will kick off soon and tournament organizers have confirmed the action will be coming thick and fast today.

The second series of the WBSS will be shown live on DAZN and a short time ago the WBSS confirmed the following two fights to get things started:

For those not familiar with Inoue, look him up.

He really lives up to his nickname of ‘Monster’ and is regarded by many as top ten pound for pound.

Ahead of October 7th the WBSS has confirmed how things are going to work exactly via their website:

“The Season II Quarter-Finals of the World Boxing Super Series will feature doubleheaders over six fight nights on back-to-back weekends, starting on Sunday 7 October at the Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, Japan.

The WBA ‘Regular’ World Bantamweight Championship between ‘Monster’ Naoya Inoue (Japan) and Juan Carlo Payano (Dominican Republic) opens the 2018/2019 season together with another spectacular quarter-final on the same night, the WBA World Super-Lightweight Championship: Kiryl Relikh (Belarus) vs. Eduard Troyanovsky (Russia).

After the bouts in Japan, the remaining ten quarter-finals will be held in pairs over the following Saturdays in locations around the globe that will be announced over the next few weeks.”

There will be three weight categories in total next season. Here’s what you need to know:

Dates for the six weeks of Ali Trophy quarter-final action this autumn:

1. 7th October – Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, Japan:
Naoya Inoue (Japan) vs. Juan Carlos Payano (Dominican Republic)
WBA ‘Regular’ World Bantamweight Championship

Kiryl Relikh (Belarus) vs. Eduard Troyanovsky (Russia).
WBA World Super-Lightweight Championship

2. 13th October – Ali Trophy quarter-finals

3. 20th October – Ali Trophy quarter-finals

4. 27th October – Ali Trophy quarter-finals

5. 3rd November – Ali Trophy quarter-finals

6. 10th November – Ali Trophy quarter-finals

Season II divisions and quarter-final match-ups:

Ryan Burnett (Northern Ireland) vs. Nonito Donaire (Philippines)
WBA ‘Unified’ World Championship and WBC Diamond Title

Zolani Tete (South Africa) vs. Mikhail Aloyan (Russia)
WBO World Championship

Naoya Inoue (Japan) vs. Juan Carlos Payano (Dominican Republic)
WBA ‘Regular’ World Championship

Emmanuel Rodriguez (Puerto Rico) vs. Jason Moloney (Australia)
IBF World Championship

Regis Prograis (United States) vs. Terry Flanagan (England)
WBC ‘Interim’ World Championship and WBC Diamond Title

Josh Taylor (Scotland) vs. Ryan Martin (United States)
WBC Silver Title

Kiryl Relikh (Belarus) vs. Eduard Troyanovsky (Russia)
WBA World Championship

Ivan Baranchyk (Belarus) vs. Anthony Yigit (Sweden)
IBF World Championship

Mairis Briedis (Latvia) vs. Noel Mikaelian (Germany)

Yunier Dorticos (Cuba) vs. Mateusz Masternak (Poland)

Krzysztof Glowacki (Poland) vs. Maksim Vlasov (Russia)

Ruslan Fayfer (Russia) vs. Andrew Tabiti (United States)