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Joshua Buatsi vs Craig Richards: UK ring walk time, how to watch, live stream, undercard, odds


Joshua Buasti faces the toughest test of his professional career to date against London rival Craig Richards in an enticing light-heavyweight showdown next weekend. 

The dust is still settling after the 175lb division took centre stage last weekend, with Dmitry Bivol handing Canelo Alvarez a shock first defeat since his loss to Floyd Mayweather in 2013.

Both Buatsi and Richards had intentions to square off against the Mexican later this year, but those plans are now certainly on hold. 

However, on reflection, Richards’ points defeat against Bivol last year – in a bout he performed more than admirably in – now looks a lot better, and the unbeaten Buatsi certainly has a challenge on his hands. 

Joshua Buatsi (left) and Craig Richards (right) will go head-to-head on May 21 at the O2 Arena

Joshua Buatsi (left) and Craig Richards (right) will go head-to-head on May 21 at the…



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