The EBU is back in business after the lockdown and have announced some dates for their title fights.

As previously reported, the much awaited fight for the vacant EBU heavyweight: title between British rivals Joe Joyce (10-0) and Daniel Dubois (14-0) is now rescheduled for October 14 with London as site.

EBU middleweight champ Matteo Signani (29-5-3) will now make his voluntary defence against Maxime Beaussire (29-2-1) on October 10 in Caen (France). This contest was initially set for June 9, but then postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Super welterweights Isaac Real (20-3-19) and Tomi Silveinnonen (9-1) will clash for the vacant EU title on August 14 or 15 in Barcelona. Gallego Prada Promociones had this one scheduled for March when Covid-19 knocked out all of the activities.

Finally, cruiserweight  Dylan Bregeon (11-0-1) takes on Nikodem Jezewski (18-0-1) on December 19 in Nantes (France).

As already reported Edis Tatli's defence against Gianluca Ceglia that was set for August 8 in Savonlinna (Finland) was postponed due to Tatli having surgery to repair an injured shoulder. The whole show - an annual event - has since been cancelled.

There's still dates to be announced for Sandor Martin¨s defence of the EBU super lightweight title against Enock Poulsen and the showdown between Igor Michalkin and Callum Johnson for the vacant EBU 175 lb title.