Flanagan vs Hooker

Flanagan vs Hooker will clash for the vacant WBO Super-Lightweight World Championship at the Manchester Arena on Saturday 9th June. Everything you need to know about Terry Flanagan vs Maurice Hooker Fight news, Date, time, TV channel, latest Update & More details.

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Date: Saturday, June 9
Time: 4:30 pm ET
Stream: Showtime

Terry Flanagan will soon have his next fight confirmed. The Manchester man is set to come up against Maurice Hooker for the vacant WBO super-lightweight title. The vacant WBO 140-pound title fight between Terry Flanagan and Maurice Hooker has a new date, as it will run on June 9 in Manchester, as part of Tyson Fury’s return card.

Hooker looking very limited. Flanagan by stoppage easy! Terry Flanagan vs Maurice Hooker. Fury may be the biggest name fighter on Saturday’s Manchester Arena bill, but he’s certainly not involved in the biggest bout. please create account for more exclusive boxing fight Online.

Terry Flanagan and Maurice Hooker will now fight for the WBO junior welterweight title in June. It is unlikely that Flanagan will gain Hooker’s respect for his power at any point in this fight, but a good start is essential in denying Hooker from walking away with this one.

Flanagan vs Hooker Fight online play by play tv coverage video 9th june 2018 Terry Flanagan and Maurice Hooker will clash. Southpaw Flanagan is stepping up to 140 pounds after vacating his WBO lightweight title and is very confident of becoming a two-weight world champion.

Terry Flanagan vs. Maurice Hooker final quotes for Sat. One night in June, 1990: George Foreman and Mike Tyson share the same ring – just not at the same time. The time is dependent on the length of the undercard fights, but the ring walk is expected to be around 10pm – 10.15pm.

The 29-year-old has not fought since November 2015 when he sensationally beat Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf to win the IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight straps.

Since then the 6’9″ behemoth has struggled with mental health issues, was hit with a doping ban and his fitness problems saw him balloon to 25 stone, having retired from in-ring competition.

However, Fury (25-0) reversed that retirement decision, has shed a huge amount of weight and now returns to take on the little-known Sefer Seferi (23-1) this weekend.