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Subriel Matías vs. Liam Paro: Odds, card and how to watch IBF Junior Welterweight bout

IBF Junior Welterweight champion Subriel Matías will return to his home of Puerto Rico to attempt to defend his title against Liam Paro at the Coliseo Juan Aubín Cruz Abreu in Manatí on Saturday, June 15.

Matías steps into the ring with a record of 20-1 including 20 knockouts. His lone defeat, a setback that only fueled his fire, came from Petros Anayan in February 2020. Yet, he bounced back with a vengeance, defeating Anayan in a ninth-round TKO in January 2022. This will be the second time Matías defends his IBF title at 140 pounds, a testament to his determination to enter the ring with the best.

Australian native Paro, with an impressive record of 24-0 including 15 knockouts, is stepping out of his comfort zone for the first time. This fight marks a significant milestone in Paro’s career as it will be the first time that Paro leaves his country for a fight. Paro is coming off a sixth-round TKO against Montana Love in December 2022, showing his readiness for this international challenge.

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Here’s everything to know about the upcoming fight.

How to watch Subriel Matías vs. Liam Paro fight

  • Date: Saturday, June 15 
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
  • Where: Coliseo Juan Aubín Cruz Abreu Manatí, Puerto Rico
  • Stream: DAZN

Subriel Matías vs. Liam Paro line and odds

Subriel Matías is the favorite to defeat Liam Paro in Saturday’s IBF Junior Welterweight bout, according to the FanDuel odds. Looking to wager? Check out the best mobile sports betting apps offering sports betting promos in 2024.

Odds as of Tuesday afternoon.

  • Subriel Matías: -850
  • Liam Paro: +560

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Subriel Matías vs. Liam Paro card

Card according to DAZN.

  • Subriel Matias vs. Liam Paro; For Matias’ IBF world junior welterweight title
  • Angel Fierro vs. Alfredo Santiago; For the WBO NABO junior welterweight title
  • Yankiel Rivera vs. Victor Sandoval; For the WBC and WBA Continental Americas and WBO Intercontinental flyweight titles
  • Stephanie Piñeiro vs. Diana Tapia; For the WBA Continental Americas and WBO International women’s welterweight titles
  • William Ortiz vs. Luis Gonzalez; Super-lightweight
  • Jeyvier Cintron. vs. Carlos Mujica; Bantamweight
  • Kevin Gonzalez vs. Kenny Demecillo; Super banatamweight
  • Nelson Buxo Lozada vs. Alex Pallette; Featherweight

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