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Full undercard for Conor Benn vs. Adrian Granados title fight

We take a look at what to expect from the full card as Conor Benn faces Adrian Granados in a welterweight title bout.

China’s Xu Can R fights with U.S. challenger Manny Robles III in Indio, the United States, Nov. 23, 2019. China’s first World Boxing Association (WBA) champion Xu Can succeeded in defending his WBA featherweight title after defeating U.S. challenger Manny Robles III on Saturday night in California. Xinhua/Li Ying via Getty Images

Olympic boxing is working its way into the knockout stages and will be handing out its first medals on Saturday the 31st. The same day, we’ll get a fun professional card in Brentwood, Essex, England in the mid-afternoon. We’ll see four different titles on the seven-fight card.

If you’re staying up for amateur boxing, this England-based event offers a nice break in the middle of the afternoon. The card gets going at around 1 p.m. ET and the main event will get going sometime in the 4 p.m. ET hour. It will all via live stream on DAZN.

Conor Benn vs. Adrian Granados is the main event for the Matchroom card, and it will feature Benn putting his undefeated record and WBA Continental welterweight title on the line. Before him though, we’ll see the world featherweight title, several cruiserweight titles in another bout, and the WBA International junior middleweight title. It’s not a high profile card, but it is worth a look.

DraftKings Sportsbook is offering odds on three of the fights. Benn is a -1600 favorite against Granados in the main event. Additionally, Anthony Fowler is a -1600 favorite in his fight against Rico Mueller and Can Xu is a -330 favorite against Leigh Wood

Benn vs. Granados full card

Main event: Conor Benn vs. Adrian Granados, for Benn’s WBA Continental welterweight title
Can Xu vs. Leigh Wood, for Xu’s WBA world featherweight title
Tommy McCarthy vs. Chris Billam-Smith, for three secondary cruiserweight titles
Anthony Fowler vs. Rico Mueller, for Fowler’s WBA International junior middleweight title
Avni Yildrim vs. Jack Cullen, super middleweight
Campbell Hatton vs. Jakub Laskowski, lightweight
Sany Ryan vs. Kirstie Bavington, junior welterweight