How To Watch Craig O’Brien Fight in Italy – Running Order- Time

Craig O’Brien [12(1)-2(1)]  looks to register a career-changing win on a Matchroom Italia card in Milan tonight.

The Irish light-middleweight champion takes on the undefeated Samuel Nmomah [15(4)-0] in a fight that could change the trajectory of his career.

The fight takes place at the historic Allianz Cloud by Opi Since 82 and will be streamed live on DAZN. O’Brien’s fight is on fourth on a card that gloves off at 18:00 Irish time.

You can watch the card HERE.

Weights and Reverse Running Order

Vacant WBO Intercontinental super middleweight title
Daniele Scardina: 76 kg
Jurgen Doberstein: 75,750 kg

Vacant WBO Intercontinental lightweight title
Francesco Patera: 60,900 kg
Devis Boschiero: 61 kg

Italian welterweight title
Nicholas Esposito (champion): 66,400 kg
Emanuele Cavallucci: 66,100 kg

Super welterweights
Samuel Nmomah: 71,100 kg
Craig O’Brien: 71,100 kg

Super bantamweights
Vincenzo La Femina: 56 kg
Oleksandr Yegorov: 55,850 Kg

Reshat Mati: 66,500 kg
Vladyslav Baranov: 66,600 kg

Sandy Ryan: 65,600 kg
Aleksandra Vujovic: 64,150 kg

“Look at Tommy McCarthy,” said O’Brien when speaking to “He went out to Italy and he won, since then he’s catapulted, he fought on Eddie Hearn’s Fight Camp, has won titles and got a contract, so a win in this fight is massive for me,” he adds before saying he is hoping to impress his way onto Matchroom’s books. 

“That would be the plan, as I said look at Tommy and what happened when he got the win there. Tommy got that contact, got a European title fight, and then he got Chris Billam Smith fight. It’s not just him, I’ve seen your man Reece Bellotti, he went over there last year he got a win, and your man Morrissey- and off the back of that he got [Chris] Eubank. So a win out here for me is massive!”

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