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 “LIVE UNDERCARD: Scott Fitzgerald vs Gregory Trenel (Chisora vs Parker)” – below is their description.
Scott Fitzgerald returns to the ring against Gregory Trenel on the Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker undercard. Watch the fight live on our YouTube at 5pm (BST) before the action switches to Sky Sports Box Office (UK & Ireland) and DAZN (ROTW) #ChisoraParker #ScottFitzgerald #FitzgeraldTrenelMatchroom Boxing YouTube Channel
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Dereck Chisora is a Zimbabwean-born British professional boxer. He has challenged once for the WBC heavyweight title against Vitali Klitschko in 2012. At regional level he has held multiple heavyweight titles, including the British and Commonwealth titles from 2010 to 2011, and the European title from 2013 to 2014.
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