About This Source - Matchroom Boxing
Matchroom Boxing is owned by Matchroom Sport Ltd – a sporting event promotions company founded by English entrepreneur Barry Hearn and his son Eddie Hearn.
The company is based in Brentwood, Essex. Matchroom has a comprehensive broadcasting agreement in the United Kingdom with Sky Sports.
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Matchroom Boxing published this video item, entitled “Eddie Hearn updates on Joshua vs Fury, Canelo vs Saunders & stable” – below is their description.
Promoter Eddie Hearn gives various updates on the Matchroom stable including the latest on potential mega fights involving Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury, Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders. There’s also news on Joshua Buatsi, Daniyar Yeleussinov, Filip Hrgovic, Liam Smith, Dmitry Bivol, John Ryder, Ricky Burns, James Tennyson, Lewis Ritson, Israil Madrimov and Hughie Fury! #EddieHearn #JoshuaFury #CaneloSaundersMatchroom Boxing YouTube Channel
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