Rafael Espinoza defends his featherweight title on Friday | Photo by Tom Hogan/Golden Boy Promotions via Getty Images

It’s a light schedule this week, but there is a world title fight on Friday.

Thursday, June 20

TrillerTV+, 10:00 pm ET, Fight Club OC.

Friday, June 21

ESPN+, 7:00 pm ET, Rafael Espinoza vs Sergio Chirino. An ESPN+ exclusive, so you get the early start time for the full card, but you can expect the main event around the normal time of main events if not later, because they tend to really not care what time the main events of these shows start, perhaps because they figure if you’re tuned in at all you’re a degenerate sicko fan anyway. Espinoza is defending the WBO featherweight title he won from Robeisy Ramirez last December. There’s also a solid 130 lb matchup between Andres Cortes and Abraham Nova, and a sort of prospect eliminator between Troy Isley and Javier Martinez at 160. BLH will have live updates.

Saturday, June 22

DAZN and Social Media, Noon ET, Denny vs Cash prelims.

DAZN, 2:00 pm ET, Tyler Denny vs Felix Cash. For Denny’s European middleweight title. When Cash is on his game, he’s probably a level or two above Denny, who just got his first stoppage in 18 wins last time out, when Matteo Signani had to quit on a cut. But Cash really hasn’t looked “on his game” since a career-best night in thrashing Denzel Bentley, and that was over three years ago now, during which time he’s fought exactly twice and seemed to clearly avoid a bout with Austin “Ammo” Williams that Matchroom wanted. Lewis Crocker, Shannon Ryan, and Cameron Vuong are also in action.

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