Shields-Marshall Mega fight rebooked for Oct. 15

Claressa Shields and Savannah Marshall headline a historic night of women’s boxing, which also sees Mikaela Mayer take on Alycia Baumgardner while Caroline Dubois and Lauren Price return to action – watch live Shields-Marshall on Boxing Tonight sky on Saturday October 15.

Savannah Marshall’s world middleweight title fight against Claressa Shields has been rescheduled for 15 October at London’s O2 Arena.


The fight was set to take place on 10 September but was postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Briton Marshall holds the WBO title, while American Shields is the WBC, IBF, WBA and Ring magazine champion.

The all-female card stays the same with Mikaela Mayer facing Alycia Baumgardner for the world featherweight title.

British Olympic champion Lauren Price is also on the undercard, along with her former amateur team-mates Karriss Artingstall and Caroline Dubois.

Shields-Marshall Tickets

All tickets purchased for the original September date remain valid for the new October 15 date – existing ticket holders do not need to obtain new tickets.

The last remaining tickets – priced at just £25 – are available to purchase now via Tickets in every other price bracket are now sold out.

Youth Olympic gold medallist Caroline Dubois faces Milena Koleva, Olympic gold medallist Lauren Price competes in her second professional fight against Timea Belik, Olympic bronze medallist Karriss Artingstall takes on Marina Sakharov and Ebonie Jones, April Hunter and Shannon Ryan all also return to action.

Shields vs Marshall Live Stream

Boxxer, Top Rank, Salita Promotions, ESPN and Sky Sports will all be co-promoting the massive boxing event itself.

Shields vs Marshall and all of the undercard bouts on the fight card will be streaming live and exclusively in the U.S. on ESPN+.

Boxing fans in the UK will be able to watch the full card on Sky Sports. This should be an amazing spectacle and thankfully, it is available as part of the standard Sky Sports subscription.

Usually, bouts of this level would be shown on PPV, but Sky will be offering the fight as part of the normal Sky Sports service on the Sky Sports Boxing channel!

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