Windsor Park Fight Night – RUNNING ORDER

We’re just days away from Carl Frampton’s big Windsor Park fight night.

The Belfast featherweight headlines a monster card at the football stadium on Saturday night with the top of the bill being aired exclusively on BT Sport 1.

A provisional running order has been released for the twelve-fight outdoor card which will begin in the afternoon and run into the night.

Frampton headlines versus Aussie Luke Jackson while former unified heavyweight champion Tyson Fury continues his comeback and builds towards a clash with Deontay Wilder against Francesco Pianeta. Then, in the fight of the card, Paddy Barnes challenges WBC flyweight champion Cristofer Rosales.

Unfortunately, just the three main fights will be shown live on BT Sport and, with curfews in play, no swing bouts have been designated.

The running order, which is subject to change, can be read in full below:

4:00pm – First Bell

Fight #1
Isaac Lowe v TBA
4 x 3 min rounds @ featherweight

Followed by

Fight #2
Sean McComb v Reynaldo Mora
4 x 3 min rounds @ lightweight

Followed by

Fight #3
Steven Donnelly v Kevin McCauley
4 x 3 min rounds @ light middleweight

Followed by

Fight #4
Conrad Cummings v Nicky Jenman
6 x 3 min rounds @ middleweight

Followed by

Fight #5
Sam Maxwell v Chris Truman
6 x 3 min rounds @ light welterweight

Followed by

Fight #6
Marco McCullough v Jordan Ellison
6 x 3 min rounds @ super featherweight

Followed by

Fight #7
Lewis Crocker v William Warburton
6 x 3 min rounds @ welterweight

Followed by

Fight #8
Luke Keeler v Dwayne Grant
8 x 3 min rounds @ middleweight

Followed by

Fight 9
Steve Collins Jr v Steven Ward
8 x 3 min rounds @ light heavyweight
BUI Celtic title

7:45pm – Live Broadcast begins on BT Sport 1

Fight #10
Cristofer Rosales v Paddy Barnes
12 x 3 min rounds @ flyweight
WBC world title

Followed by

Fight #11
Tyson Fury v Francesco Pianeta
10 x 3 min rounds @ heavyweight

Followed by (9:45pm approx.)

Fight #12
Carl Frampton v Luke Jackson
12 x 3 min rounds @ featherweight
interim WBO title


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