Unified WBC & WBO Super Featherweight Champion Shakur Stevenson will return to action against Robson Conceicao on September 23, 2022, at Prudential Center in Newark, NJ.
One of the rising stars in boxing, Shakur Stevenson remains undefeated in both featherweight and super featherweight divisions with 18 wins(9 KOs). Robson Conceicao is WBC mandatory challenger, a status he got by defeating Xavier Martinez in the title eliminator earlier this year.
Stevenson unified the WBO Super Featherweight title last year by defeating Jamel Herring via 10th-round stoppage. He went on to face Oscar Valdez this year in April to add the WBC title to his ranks via a one-sided unanimous decision.
This will be Conceicao’s second shot at the Super Featherweight title. Earlier, he suffered his first career loss to Oscar Valdez for the WBC title last year. He has bounced back to defeat Xavier Martinez via a unanimous decision to get another title shot. Will he be able to upset Stevenson’s dominant run in the division?
With this being a Top Rank Promotions event, we will see undefeated prospects Keyshawn Davis, Bruce Carrington, Jahi Tucker, Armani Almestica, Pablo Valdez and Floyd “Cashflow” Diaz on the undercard. Orlando Gonzalez will also feature on the prelims card. Check below for the complete details on Shakur Stevenson vs Robson Conceicao event with fight card, undercard, TV channel, start time, online streaming link, and more details
- Date: Sept 23, 2022
- Start Time: 6:00 p.m. ET
- Location: Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey
TV Channel & Streaming Details
Stevenson vs Conceicao event will be airing through ESPN platforms in the United States. The prelims card will start from 6 PM EST on ESPN+ streaming. The main card will start from 10 PM EST on ESPN and ESPN Deportes TV Channels along with ESPN+ streaming.
No details are available for streaming and TV channels in other countries. But, it is expected that the event might become available through Fite TV in the UK, Canada, Australia, and other countries.
- Shakur Stevenson(c) vs Robson Conceicao – 12 rounds, WBC and WBO junior lightweights titles bout
- Keyshawn Davis vs Omar Tienda – 8 rounds Lightweight bout
- Bruce Carrington vs Jose Argel – 6 rounds Featherweight bout
- Jahi Tucker vs Jose Luis Sanchez – 6 rounds Welterweight bout
- Henry Lebron vs Andy Vences – 8 rounds Super Featherweight bout
- Antoine Cobb vs Jaylan Phillips – 4 rounds Welterweight bout
- Orlando Gonzalez vs Misael Lopez – 8 rounds Featherweight bout
- Floyd Diaz vs Eduardo Diogo – 6 rounds Super Bantamweight bout
- Pablo Valdez vs Noe Alejandro Lopez – 6 rounds Welterweight bout