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un·der·card

 (ŭn′dər-kärd′)
n.
The event or events coming before and supporting the main event, as of boxing matches.

undercard

(ˈʌndəˌkɑːd)
n
(Boxing) boxing the event supporting a main event, which typically precedes it

un•der•card

(ˈʌn dərˌkɑrd)
n.
an event or group of events preceding and supporting a featured event.
[1945–50]
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Barnes features on a stacked undercard in support of good friend Frampton who returns to the ring in a headline featherweight bout against Mexico's Horacio Garcia.
Ukrainian Vasyl Lomachnenko will face Gamalier Rodriguez as part of the televised undercard while rising star Jesse Hart, who is unbeaten in 16 professional fights, takes on an undisclosed opponent.
Now, as part of the undercard to Martin Ward's Commonwealth bantamweight title challenge against Gabriel Odoi Laryea, the Hartlepool fighter is to take on former British title challenger Sean Hughes, who has been in with his big mate Michael Hunter.
There is plenty of Welsh talent on the undercard with Andrew Selby, younger brother of IBF world featherweight champion Lee, fighting Derby's Louis Norman for the vacant British flyweight title.
IBF featherweight titlist Evgeny Gradovich will battle Mauricio Munoz in another interesting undercard match.
The unbeaten Redhill-based Pole will take on the Welshman as part of the undercard of Kell Brook's welterweight showdown with Matthew Hatton, defending his title for the first time since taking it from Sebastian Sylvester with a dominant performance in the German's hometown.
Southpaw Flynn will make his paid debut on May29 at Braehead Arena on the undercard of the WBO featherweight title clash between defending champion Scott Harrison and Armenian-born American William Abelyan.
IT's a case of play it again for Gareth Payne and Baz Carey on the undercard of tonight's big fight night at the Skydome.
Filipino boxer loses in Pacquiao-Broner undercard !-- -- Dino Maragay (philstar.com) - January 20, 2019 - 10:06am LAS VEGAS ndash Davao's Jayar Inson recovered from two first round knockdowns but still came up short against American Jonathan Steele, losing by split decision in the undercard of the Manny Pacquiao-Adrien Broner fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena here Saturday (Sunday Manila time).
On the undercard the brilliant puppy Annamore Billy, a shock semi-final casualty in the Byrne Memorial, returned to winning ways.
But it's Hughie Fury's cousin with whom Dickinson will next be associated after it was revealed last week that - following a devastating 68-second stoppage of Lee Carter in Belfast, at the SSE Arena, as part of the supporting cast to Carl Frampton's flawless vacant WBO interim featherweight title victory over Nonito Donaire - he will fight on Tyson Fury's comeback undercard. Fury, who has been sparring with the Everton Red Triangletrained 31-year-old, is set to return from a near-three-year hiatus on June 9.