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Richardson Hitchins vs. Gustavo Lemos undercard: Complete list of fights before main event in 2024 boxing match

A confident Richardson Hitchins is ready to hold gold in a super lightweight division that’s replete with elite-level fighters. Next up, he faces Gustavo Lemos on April 6 in a bout that will air on DAZN worldwide. 

The New York-born Hitchins turned pro in 2017 after failing to qualify for the U.S. Olympic team. Thus far, he has done everything asked of him while compiling a 17-0 record. The 26-year-old last fought in September, scoring a decision win over former world title contender Jose Zepeda. 

Lemos turned pro in 2016. “El Electrico” defeated former featherweight champ Lee Selby in 2022 via TKO. He returned to action in December to score a stoppage win over Javier Jose Clavero.

Rising contenders look to impress, prospects continue to develop, and a women’s world title fight looks to steal the show on the Richardson Hitchins vs. Gustavo Lemos undercard.

WATCH: Richardson Hitchins vs. Gustavo Lemos, live on DAZN

Here’s a breakdown of the entire Hitchins vs. Lemos card.

Richardson Hitchins vs. Gustavo Lemos undercard

Diego Pacheco vs. Shawn McCalman

  • Division/Weight: Super Middleweight
  • Pacheco record: 20-0
  • McCalman record: 15-0
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Diego Pacheco faces Shawn McCalman.

Pacheco (20-0) was an eight-time national champion who turned pro in 2018. The 23-year-old has scored 17 knockouts and is coming off stoppage over former world title challenger Marcelo Coceres in November.

Shawn McCalman (15-0) turned pro in 2018. He has won seven fights via knockout and is coming off a decision win over Cristian Olivas in December.

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Skye Nicolson vs. Sarah Mahfoud

  • Division/Weight: Featherweight
  • Nicolson record: 9-0
  • Mahfoud record: 14-1
  • Belts at stake: WBC featherweight title 

Skye Nicolson faces Sarah Mahfoud for the vacant WBC featherweight championship. The title became vacant after Amanda Serrano relinquished it due to the WBC’s stance against 12 three-minute rounds in women’s boxing.

Nicolson (9-0) is a 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medalist. The Aussie won the Commonwealth featherweight title in 2022 and the interim WBC featherweight title in September 2023. An active fighter and a Matchroom favorite, Nicolson last fought in November, beating Lucy Wildheart via TKO.

Mahfoud (14-1) turned pro in 2017. The former IBF featherweight champion lost the belt against Serrano in 2022. Since then, she has won three straight, with her last contest being a decision win over Marcela Acuna in October.

Galal Yafai vs. Agustin Mauro Gauto

  • Division/Weight: Flyweight
  • Yafai record: 6-0
  • Gauto record: 21-1
  • Belts at stake: N/A

Further down the card is Galal Yafai vs. Agustin Mauro Gauto.

A 2020 Olympic gold medalist, Yafai (6-0) turned pro in 2022. The southpaw won local gold right away and has won four fights via knockout. His last contest was a decision win over Rocco Santomauro in December.

Gauto (21-1) turned pro in 2017. He is currently on a four-fight win streak and is coming off a victory over Ernesto Martinez in January.

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Marc Castro vs. Abraham Montoya

  • Division/Weight: Super Featherweight
  • Castro record: 11-0
  • Montoya record: 22-5-1
  • Belts at stake: N/A

Marc Castro faces Abraham Montoya.

A two-time gold medalist and a 16-time national champion, Castro (11-0) turned pro in 2020. The 24-year-old has won eight fights via knockout. In his last outing, in November, he scored a win over Gonzalo Fuenzalida.

Montoya (22-5-1) turned pro in 2014 and once held the NABF super featherweight title. He is 2-3 in his last five bouts and ended a three-fight losing streak in July of last year. His last contest was a DQ win over Jesus Arevalo in October.

Harley Mederos vs. Pedro Vicente Scharbaai

  • Division/Weight: Lightweight
  • Mederos record: 5-0
  • Scharbaai record: 7-6-1
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Harley Mederos faces Pedro Vicente Scharbaai.

Mederos (5-0) turned pro in 2021 and has won three straight via TKO. His last fight was a win over Julio Madera in February 2023.

Scharbaai (7-6-1) turned pro in 2012. He is 1-4-1 in his last six fights but hasn’t won a contest since 2019. His last fight was a decision loss to Ofacio Falcon in June 2023.

Steven Navarro vs. Jose Lopez

  • Division/Weight: Super Flyweight
  • Navarro record: N/A
  • Lopez record: 4-2-3
  • Belts at stake: N/A

Finally, Steven Navarro faces Jose Lopez.

Navarro makes his pro debut after competing as an amateur since 2016. 

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Lopez (4-2-3) turned pro in 2018. He has been unbeaten since 2021 although his last two contests have ended in a draw.

When is Richardson Hitchins vs. Gustavo Lemos

Hitchins vs. Lemos is on April 6. The main card starts at 8 p.m. ET. Hitchins and Lemos should make their way to the ring around 11:30 p.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.

Region Date Main Card Start Time Main Event Ring Walks (approx.)
USA and Canada (ET) Saturday, April 6 8 p.m. ET 11:30 p.m. ET
USA and Canada (PT) Saturday, April 6 5 p.m. PT 8:30 p.m. PT
UK and Ireland Sunday, April 7 12 a.m. GMT 3:30 a.m. GMT
Australia Sunday, April 7 11 a.m. AEDT 2:30 p.m. AEDT

WATCH: Richardson Hitchins vs. Gustavo Lemos, live on DAZN

How to watch Richardson Hitchins vs. Gustavo Lemos

Region TV channel Live streaming
Canada   DAZN
UK and Ireland DAZN 1 HD DAZN
Australia   DAZN

The Richardson Hitchins vs. Gustavo Lemos fight card will be available via DAZN.

Now available as a Sky channel, DAZN 1 HD is exclusive to Sky in the UK.

Richardson Hitchins vs. Gustavo Lemos price: How much does fight cost? 

  • DAZN monthly subscription: $19.99 on a 12-month contract or $24.99 month-to-month in U.S./ $24.99 per month in Canada/ £9.99 in the U.K. on a 12-month contract, or £19.99 month-to-month/ 13.99 AUD in Australia.
  • DAZN annual subscription: $224.99 in the U.S., $199.99 in Canada, and £99.99 in the U.K.

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