Joshua Buatsi returns to the ring tonight as he takes on unbeaten Frenchman Daniel Dos Santos in Manchester.
Buatsi, who is also undefeated in his 13 professional fights, stopped Croatia’s Marko Calic in October to retain his WBA International light-heavyweight title.
He has since teamed up with new trainer Virgil Hunter, the man behind the career of pound-for-pound star Andre Ward.
Buatsi has made the change as he looks to continue his rise up the ranks and claim a world title shot soon.
Dos Santos should provide a tough test this Saturday but ‘Just Business’ Buatsi will be eager to put on a show.
Buatsi vs Dos Santos: Date and how to watch
This 10-round light-heavyweight bout will take place on Saturday, May 15 and is being held at the Manchester Arena.
The ring walks for Buatsi vs Dos Santos are expected from 10:30pm UK time.
The night’s action will be shown on Sky Sports Action from 6pm and on Sky Sports Main Event from 10pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the Sky app using mobile, tablet or computer devices.
You can also purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £9.99.
Buatsi vs Dos Santos: Undercard
Subject to change
- MAIN EVENT: Joshua Buatsi vs Daniel Dos Santos – for WBA International Light-heavyweight title
- Lerrone Richards vs Giovanni de Carolis
- Gamal Yafai vs Jason Cunningham
- Tommy McCarthy vs Alexandru Jur
- Dalton Smith vs Lee Appleyard
- Ellis Hopkins vs Borislava Goranova
- Solomon Dacres vs Mladen Manev
Buatsi vs Dos Santos: What’s been said?
Joshua Buatsi: “I’ve got an unbeaten opponent, that makes him ambitious.
“He’s going to want to hold onto his undefeated record, as I am. When that’s at stake you really dig deep.
“Obviously the first fight under Virgil, so it’s should be interesting. I’m looking forward to showing what I’ve been working on with Virgil.
“It’s mainly [Hunter’s] style that I like. Each of his fighters translate it differently. The public haven’t seen how good I can be, or I will be.
“I want to unlock the potential that I have got. This addition to the team will 100 per cent bring the best out of me.”