'The Destroyer' vs 'Tigre'
BBN have provided viewers with all the details needed to tune in and watch Conor Benn (18-0, 12KOs) clash with Adrian Granados (21-8-3, 15KOs) on the 212th day of the year.
All the details you could possibly need to watch the entire Benn-Grandos Fight Camp Week One event below:
The bout takes place on Saturday, July 31.
The Matchroom Sport HQ in Brentwood, Essex.
12x three-minute rounds at welterweight (147lbs).
Benn's makes a fifth defence of his WBA Continental title, which he won four years ago in July 2017.
The ringwalks for the main event are expected from 10pm UK time, but that will depend on the undercard results.
Before The Bell starts at 5pm on Matchroom Boxing YouTube channel and Facebook page, with the first two fights on the card being broadcast live, which will be Sandy Ryan vs Kirstie Bavington and Campbell Hatton vs Jakub Laskowski.
Then the Fight Night Live action on DAZN starts at 7pm.
You can watch online via the DAZN app
BBN are providing LIVE updates on the night HERE
The event is free to DAZN subscribers, which costs it's members just £1.99 per month.
Tommy McCarthy (18-2, 9 KOs) and Chris Billam-Smith (12-1, 10 KOs) collide in a huge showdown for the European, British and Commonwealth Cruiserweight Titles.
Everything you ever need to know about Benn-Granados can be found HERE
Matchroom Fight Camp returns with three back-to-back weekends (July 31, August 7 and August 14) as game-changing global five-year deal with DAZN begins in the UK.
Benn returns from his blisteringly fast first-round KO win over Samuel Vargas last April to defend his WBA strap to Mexican-American Adrian Granados.
Trained by George Hernandez, the American-born Mexican was a sparring partner to Juan Manuel Marquez. He has a draw on his record with Kermit Cintron, and went the distance with world champions Adrien Broner, Shawn Porter and Robert Easter Jr. His only knockout defeat was at the hands of Danny Garcia (round seven), who famously knocked out Amir Khan in four.
The 31-year-old Californian has already fought twice this year, starting with a second round stoppage win in February in Mexico, followed by a stalemate with once-beaten Jose Luis Sanchez on the undercard of the Andy Ruiz Jr. vs Chris Arreola event in May.
Home fighter Benn has also fought already this year, which took away the disappointment of only fighting once in 2020, which was a very good performance against Sebastian Formella over 10 rounds. His last two outings have been very impressive and he will want to build on his recent form with another stunning win to edge him closer to a world title shot with either Cuban Yordenis Ugas or American Jamal James.
Benn: "People didn't believe me when I said I'd knock Vargas out in one round, but I don't see this fight going past six, and that's not because I'm arrogant, it's just because I'm confident in everything I've been Working on, confident in my ability."
Tim Rickson, BBN Editor: “Benn gets better and better with every fight and consistently shows fans something different every time. His aptitude and capacity for improvement is quite incredible. Only Danny Garcia has ever managed to stop the durable Granados, but I think Benn will be on a mission to better that, so I'm going for a Benn KO within the first six rounds."
Benn: WBC #11; WBA #9; IBF #13; IBO #13; BoxRec #19
Granados: BoxRec #64
Height: 5' 8"
Height: 5' 9"
Check back here on Friday 30th
Conor Benn: 1/20
Adrian Granados: 89/13
Connor Benn vs Adrian Granados
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12x3 British, European, Commonwealth cruiserweight titles
Can Xu vs Leigh Wood
12x3 WBA World featherweight title
Anthony Fowler vs Rico Mueller
10x3 WBA International super-welterweight title
Avni Yildirim vs Jack Cullen
10x3 Super-middleweight contest
Campbell Hatton vs Jakub Laskowski
6x3 Lightweight contest
Sandy Ryan vs Kirstie Bavington
6x2 Super-lightweight contest