WBA cruiserweight king (super champ) Arsen Goulamirian (26-0) defends the title against Russian Alex Egorov (11-0) December 11 December 11 in Cannet, France.
Goulamirian's last defense. which also was his last fight, was almost two years ago when he stopped Constantin Bejenaru. The layoff is mainly due to coronavirus.
Egorov holds the WBA Gold title and is ranked # 2 by the WBA.
In a featured bout, Kevin Lele Sadjo (16-0) and Gustave Tamba (16-1) meet in an all-French fight for the vacant EU super middleweight title.
Jack Cullen (20-2-1) and Emre Cukur (17-1) clash for the vacant EBU super middleweight title December 18 in Manchester.
Cullen is ranked # 6 and Cukur # 8 in the latest EBU rating, but all of the fighters above are busy elsewhere.
Finnish-Spanish super bantamweight Jose Antonio Sanchez Romero (13-0-1) did pull out of the planned fight for the EU title against Cristian Rodriguez that was set for December 11 in Helsinki. However, he will still fight on the show but over a shorter distance in a non-title fight. The reason is a bad case of the flu that derailed Romero's training for ten days.
Also on the bill is the comeback of Niklas Rasanen (15-2-1) after two years out and veteran Timo Laine (29-17).
Headlining are the fight for the vacant EBU lightweight title Edis Tatli (32-3) and Giancluca Ceglia (17-3-1). Should Tatli win - and chances are good that he will - he will be the first Finn to win the EBU title three times.
EBU super welterweight champ Kermin Lejarraga (33-2) defends the title against Englishman Jack Flatley (17-1-1) on December 3 in Bilbao, Spain, on a Matchroom / DAZN show.
Lejarraga won the title in September with a somewhat controversial decision over Dylan Charrat and following a protest from Team Charrat the EBU ordered an immediate rematch - but later allowed Lejarraga a voluntary defense of the title and here we are.
According to Espabox, Samuel Carmona (5-0) will take on Campbell Hatton (4-0) on the undercard.