Joe Cordina vs Kenichi Ogawa: Date, UK start time, live stream, undercard for huge world title clash in Wales

JOE CORDINA is in world title action next as he takes on Kenichi Ogawa for the IBF super-featherweight belt THIS WEEKEND.

The Welsh Wizard is undefeated as a professional and was a successful amateur boxer too.

Cordina has yet to be tested during his career, which has involved Commonwealth and British title wins.

Ogawa burst onto the scene back in October, beating Azinga Fuzile for the IBF title at 130lbs on the undercard of Teofimo Lopez vs George Kambosos Jr.

The Japanese fighter dropped Fuzile three times en route to a unanimous decision victory in New York.

And his first defence is against Matchroom charge Cordina, who beat Miko Khatchatryan in his last outing.


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When is Cordina vs Ogawa?

  • Cordina's world title clash with Ogawa will take place on Saturday, June 4 in the UK.
  • The fight will be held at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, Wales.
  • There will be around 6,000 fans in attendance at the event.

What channel is it on and can it be live streamed?

  • Cordina vs Ogawa will be shown on DAZN in the UK, where you can subscribe to the channel for £7.99-a-month.
  • You can live stream the action from the DAZN app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • The main card will get underway from 7pm, with ring-walks expected at around 10pm.

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What has been said?

“I’ve dedicated my entire life to boxing and to putting myself in this position,” said Cordina.

“Now it all comes down to this opportunity, my world title shot.

“It’s a lifelong dream of mine to become a World Champion and a stepping stone to securing my family’s future and making all of the times missed with them worth it.

“I’ll be taking this opportunity with both hands; I’m prepared to do whatever it takes to win and be crowned the new IBF world super-featherweight champion."

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