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How the DAZN fighter roster could look by 2020, potential bouts

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DAZN have been on a mission to become the must-buy platform for boxing recently.

Signing up the likes of Anthony Joshua, Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin, DAZN Executive Chairman John Skipper holds big ambitions for the streaming service.

Deals with Matchroom Boxing, Golden Boy and now GGG Promotions have seen DAZN expand their stable of fighters considerably in just six months of going live.

With talks ongoing with Wladimir Klitschko, Deontay Wilder and many others, World Boxing News takes a look at how the DAZN roster could look at world title level in a year’s time.

Anthony Joshua – SIGNED
Deontay Wilder – OFFER
Jarrell Miller – SIGNED
Wladimir Klitschko – OFFER
Dillian Whyte – OFFER
Derek Chisora – SIGNED
Sergey Kuzmin – SIGNED
Alexander Povetkin – SIGNED
Oleksandr Usyk – SIGNED

Denis Lebedev
Lawrence Okolie

Dmitry Bivol
Artur Beterbiev
Callum Johnson
Josh Buatsi

Callum Smith
Rocky Fielding
John Ryder


Gennady Golovkin
Demetrius Andrade
Daniel Jacobs
Jermall Charlo
Sergey Derevyanchenko
David Lemieux
Maciej Sulecki
Jason Quigley
Yamaguchi Falcao


Jaime Munguia
Gary O’Sullivan
Kell Brook
Jermell Charlo
Liam Smith
Anthony Fowler
Jesse Vargas

Amir Khan
Sadam Ali
Josh Kelly
Thomas Dulorme

Regis Prograis
Maurice Hooker
Ivan Baranchyk
Jose Ramirez
Pablo Cesar Cano
Robbie Davies Jnr.
Jorge Linares
Viktor Postol
Chris Algieri

Luke Campbell
Anthony Crolla
Ricky Burns
Ryan Garcia

Tevin Farmer
Francisco Vargas
Andrew Cancio
Joseph Diaz Jr.
Scott Quigg
Alberto Machado

Gary Russell Jr.
Guillermo Rigondeaux
Kid Galahad
Jordan Gill

BELOW 126lbs
Rey Vargas
Daniel Roman
TJ Doheny
Diego De La Hoya
Naoya Inoue
Manny Rodriguez
Jason Moloney
Ryan Burnett
Carlos Cuadras
Paul Butler
Jamie McDonnell
Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
Juan Estrada
Kal Yafai
Roman Gonzalez
Andrew Moloney
Pedro Guevara
Charlie Edwards


1. Joshua v Wilder

The fight everybody wants and moving closer by the second as Wilder continues to be linked with signing for DAZN.

2. Canelo v GGG 3

Should happen in September 2019.

3. Joshua v Klitschko 2

Should Klitschko ink a lucrative offer, Joshua could rematch his old rival before facing Wilder in 2020.

4. Joshua v Usyk

A potential fight for Joshua in 2020 once the cruiserweight king grows into the division. A fight with Wilder is also possible for Usyk.

5. Wilder v Klitschko

A long shot and potentially only on the cards if Klitschko avenges his loss to Joshua.

6. Wilder v Whyte

A much-talked-about grudge match would move closer if Wilder joins the team.

7. Canelo v Smith

Canelo is already WBA ‘regular’ champ to Smith’s crown. It seems a logical fight to make next year.

8. Golovkin v Smith

Likewise with GGG, Smith wants to pack out Liverpool FC’s stadium in the summer of 2020.

9. Prograis v Hooker

Two talented 140 pounders and a solid match-up to make for DAZN.

10. Bivol v Beterbiev

Two light-heavyweight champions and an explosive encounter.