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Full undercard for Natasha Jonas vs. Marie-Eve Dicaire super welterweight fight

We take a look at what to expect from the full card as Natasha Jonas faces Marie-Eve Dicaire in a super welterweight bout on Saturday, November 12.

Natasha Jonas (left) punches Christian Namus during their contest for the vacant WBO Female World Super-Welterweight Championship at AO Arena on February 19, 2022 in Manchester, England. Photo by Nigel Roddis/Getty Images

Boxxer Promotions will have its next event this weekend. The AO Arena in Manchester, Lancashire, England will play host to the eight-bout card. The action gets started at 2 p.m. ET due to the time difference with the main event ringwalks tentatively scheduled for 5 p.m. ET. It will be available to watch on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN elsewhere.

The main event of the evening will feature Natasha Jonas taking on Marie Eve Dicaire for the WBC, WBO and IBF world women’s super welterweight titles. Jonas is a -600 favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook while Even Dicaire is a +380 underdog.

The undercard includes a British title fight between Dalton Smith and Kaiee Benjamin. Smith is a -1000 favorite to win the junior welterweight title fight. Prior to that, Tyler Denny and Bradley Rea will fight for the British middleweight title. Rea is a -390 favorite. Check the full card and odds below.

Full Card for Natasha Jonas vs. Marie-Eve Dicaire

  • Main event: Natasha Jonas (-600) vs. Marie-Eve Dicaire (+380), 10 rounds, for Jonas’ WBC and WBO women’s junior middleweight titles and Dicaire’s IBF women’s junior middleweight title
  • Dalton Smith (-1000) vs. Kaisee Benjamin (+550), 12 rounds, for BBBofC British junior welterweight title
  • Tyler Denny (+275) vs. Bradley Rea (-390), 10 rounds, for BBBofC English middleweight title
  • Frazer Clarke (-3000) vs. Kamil Sokolowski (+1100), 6 rounds, heavyweight
  • Dylan Cheema (-1000) vs. Jordan Ellison (+550), 6 rounds, lightweight
  • Viddal Riley (-3500) vs. Ross McGuigan (+1100), 4 rounds, cruiserweight