Joel McIntyre vs Ricky Summers How to watch free, live stream, fight card and start time

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Strap Season Joel McIntyre vs Ricky Summers takes place Friday, March 10, 2023, with 4 fights at The Hangar in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK. The BBC’s recent decision to once again feature professional boxing has been praised by promoter Dennis Hobson.

This Friday, March 10, Hobson and partners Steve Crump and Stephen Vaughan’s Fight Academy and Fightzone card from Wolverhampton will be broadcast live on the BBC’s digital platforms, including BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport app, and the BBC Sport website. This is a wonderful show for the channel to launch with. The Portsmouth fighter Joel McIntyre (20-5, 5KO) defends his English light heavyweight championship against Staffordshire’s Ricky Summers on the Midlands card, presented by Black Country Boxing (BCB). (18-3, 6KO).

Portsmouth’s McIntyre, aka “El Toro,” last appeared on Channel 5 in a two-round match against former Commonwealth winner Lyndon “King” Arthur in December. It was over quickly once Arthur used his strength to catch McIntyre, and this victory has since helped him advance to the next round of competition for the IBO World championship.

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When and Where Joel McIntyre vs Ricky Summers:

  • Date: Friday 03.10.2023
  • Start Time: 12:30 PM ET
  • Venue: The Hangar, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, United Kingdom

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Since Ricky “Digger” Summers, 35, of Wombourne, was born in the West Midlands, he has the home-field edge in this fight, where you would anticipate a draw over any possibility of a knockout. It’s expected to be a tightly contested fight because both boxers are of comparable age and experience levels.

Two pioneers in the women’s fight scene, Hannah Rankin, a past WBO and IBO world super-welterweight champion, and Kirstie Bavington, the current EBU welterweight champion, are also on the card.

The first female professional fighter from Scotland, Rankin, will face American Logan Holler as she attempts to return to the world championship picture. When she challenges Canada’s Kandi Wyatt for the WBA Intercontinental belt, Bavington will be looking to expand her trophy cabinet and climb the global rankings.

Promoter Hobson, who has extensive experience in boxing and played a key role in the professional careers of past world champions Ricky Hatton, Clinton Woods, David Haye, and Jamie McDonnell, declared that this was fantastic news.

“I’m overjoyed that the BBC has agreed to broadcast this program on Friday, and I hope it will be the first of many. The English Title is on the line-up, and battles for these titles are frequently the most thrilling, sometimes even more so than fights for world titles!

According to Crump, “Hannah and Kirstie are both setting the standard in both British and international boxing, and they are outstanding role models for any young women who might want to get into the discipline. The BBC’s decision to highlight them makes me very happy, and the news that Friday’s show will be broadcast is great for British boxing fans.

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