Everything you need to know as IBF flyweight world champion Sunny Edwards gets set for his Matchroom debut this weekend as he defends his title in the headline bout on a brilliant card at Wembley Arena.
The Croydon fighter, who steps into the ring for the first time since November 2022, faces undefeated Chilean Andres Camos and will be hoping to put on a show as he bids to take one step close to unifying the division.
|What||Sunny Edwards v Andres Campos|
|Where||OVO Arena, Wembley, London|
|When||22:00, Saturday, 10th June 2023|
|How to watch||DAZN|
The fight is scheduled to take place on Saturday 10th June 2023.
The event will get under way at 19:00 with ring walks for the main event scheduled for 22:00.
The fight is set to take place at OVO Arena, formerly known as Wembley Arena in London.
The London venue has hosted some historic bouts in the past and is regularly used with a capacity of 12,500.
The fight will be broadcast live on global streaming platform DAZN.
This is Edwards' fourth defence of his IBF world flyweight title.
The Brit won the belt two years ago at York Hall in Bethnal Green, London, when defeating champion Moruti Mthalane by unanimous decision.
Edwards is one of only four male British world champions in the sport of boxing and the undefeated flyweight world champion is seeking to unify the division within the next 12 months.
The 27-year-old holds an unblemished record after 19 professional bouts, with four knockouts to his name.
He began his pro career back in 2016 in the bantamweight division and has picked up a number of belts on his way to world honours including the European and International titles at super flyweight.
Edwards' last eight wins have all been comfortable unanimous decisions on the judges' scorecards and his last win via stoppage came in 2018 when he knocked Czech Patrik Bartos down three times in the second round.
Chile's Andres Campos currently sits at number seven in the IBF rankings and comes into this bout with an undefeated record after 15 professional bouts.
The 26-year-old has knocked out 15 of his opponents, including his most recent success earlier this year when he stopped Argentinian Carlos Ruben Dario Ruiz in round four of an eight-round bout.
This is Campos' first-ever world title fight and his first scheduled over 12 rounds, although he has completed 10 rounds five times in his last seven bouts.
Edwards is the first opponent to face Campos carrying an undefeated record since his points win over Pedro Villegas in 2020, this is also only the second time the Chilean has fought outside of South America.
A boisterous atmosphere is expected in London for this card with a number of notable names on the supporting card.
Heavyweight prospect and big ticket seller Johnny 'Romford Bull' Fisher is back in action along with talented cruiserweight Cheavon Clarke. Two female world title fights also feature.
Up first Shannon Courtenay has a chance to regain the WBA world bantamweight title she lost to Jamie Mitchell in 2021. Mitchell lost the title to Essex fighter Nina Hughes who defends the strap in the 10-round contest.
EBU European super bantamweight champion Ellie Scotney challenges Australia's Cherneka Johnson for the IBF world title in the chief supporting fight.