Matchroom Boxing


Matchroom Boxing Presents: Edwards v Campos

🥊 Matchroom Boxing host a big night of championship action at OVO Arena Wembley headlined by a world title fight between Sunny Edwards and Andres Campos.  


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CONGRATULATIONS to Sunny Edwards who retained his flyweight world title and unbeaten record with a comprehensive points win over Chile’s Andrew Campos.  Now ‘Showtime’ has American’s WBO champion Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez in his sights.  Also on the bill Ellie Scotney won her first world title claiming the IBF super-bantamweight belt, while Nina Hughes was successfully defended her WBA bantamweight crown.  Stay tuned here for news of the next Matchroom Boxing show in the capital!


Sunny Edwards defends his IBF world flyweight title against Andres Campos tonight.  A world title triple-header Matchroom Boxing bill also sees Nina Hughes defending her WBA bantamweight crown against Shannon Courtenay.  Cherneka Johnson defends her IBF super-bantamweight strap against Ellie Scotney.

Edwards (19-0 4 KOs) makes his Matchroom debut in the capital having penned a promotional deal with Eddie Hearn in March.  The unbeaten Sheffield-based slickster makes his fourth defence of the IBF strap he landed in April 2021 against Moruti Mthalane in London.

‘Showtime’ is gunning for unification clashes in the second half of the year.  Having seen off challenges from Felix Alvarado, Muhammad Waseem and Jayson Mama, he welcomes unbeaten Chilean Campos to his homeland.

Campos (15-0 4 KOs), ranked at seven in the IBF rankings, has held the WBO Latino Flyweight strap since March 2020.  The 26-year-old, who has called Edwards out before, landed the 15th win of his career in January and fourth inside the distance.  Now he lands the world title shot he’s been craving.

“Campos has been calling for a fight with me for a couple years now since I’ve been champion which is strange to me,” said Edwards.  “So, now I’m gonna cook him like sweet chilli and send him back packing with his tail between his legs!”

An all-British World title clash sees WBA bantamweight ruler Hughes (5-0 2 KOs) makes the first defence of her title against former title holder Courtenay (8-2 3 KOs).  Hughes landed the title in Dubai in November against Jamie Mitchell, and the late-bloomer from Essex will face a hungry Courtenay in London as the Watford star aims to regain the title she lost on the scales before dropping a majority decision to Mitchell in Liverpool in October 2021 having beaten Ebanie Bridges to win the belt in London six months earlier.

The third world title bout on the bill pits Australian IBF super-bantamweight champion Johnson against unbeaten Briton Scotney.  Johnson (15-1 6 KOs) got her hands on the vacant title on her home patch in Melbourne 12 months ago against Melissa Esquivel.  Johnson then bravely coped with a brutal cut in her first defence against fellow Aussie Susie Ramadan as they served up a classic at the Rod Laver Arena in October.  Scotney (6-0) lands her first world title shot against Johnson.  The Catford star will fight at the Wembley venue for the third time in her burgeoning career after landing the European title in her last outing in October.

There’s an action-packed undercard supporting the three world title bouts, with some of Matchroom’s brightest talents in crunch clashes.

🎟️ Tickets (general admission) for the #EdwardsCampos Matchroom Boxing show are off-sale.

🎫 Premium/VIP seats are available.  Email with ‘Edwards v Campos’ in the subject for package/price info, or call/WhatsApp on +44 7931 169180.  

🔑 Doors open at 4pm.

🥊 Show starts at 5pm TBC.

🥊 Main event (Edwards v Campos) ring walk at circa 10pm.

🚊🚗 Travel tips: The closest tube station to  OVO Arena Wembley is Wembley Park which is in Zone 4 and on the Metropolitan and Jubilee Lines.  It’s less than a 5/10 minute walk.  Upon exiting the station via the lift or stairs, pass under the tunnel onto Olympic Way.  When reaching Wembley Stadium (do not walk up the ramps) turn right.  Wembley Arena is situated across the road.  Car parking is also available.  See this venue guide for full travel options.

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