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My favourite month of the year when it comes to sports – September!
September is when the NFL returns. Always a good time. And it’s those first few weeks where there’s no end of the tunnel in sight – it’s just football, football, football.
It’s October when you start to think “Oh yeah this will end soon and I will be sad again” and then before you know it it’s Thanksgiving and some teams are pretty much out and then suddenly it’s the Super Bowl and we’re all sad that footballs over again.
Here’s the September schedule and we start with a busy month in boxing.
Busy month for boxing. The more notbale fights:
September 3rd: Shun Kubo vs Daniel Roman
September 8th: Joe Laviolette vs Avery Sparrow
September 9th: Wisaksil Wangek vs Roman Gonzalez
September 9th: David Benavidez vs Ronald Gavril
September 9th: Tamuka Mucha vs John O’Donnell
September 16th: Gennady Golovkin vs Saul Alvarez
September 16th: Lewis Ritson vs Robbie Barrett
September 16th: Milan Melindo vs Hekkie Budler
September 16th: Callum Smith vs Erik Skoglund
September 22nd: Jesse Hart vs Gilberto Ramirez Sanches
September 23rd: Hughie Fury vs Joeph Parker
September 23rd: Luke Campbell vs Jorge Linares
September 26th: Eduardo Ramirez vs Leduan Barthelemy
September 30th: Rocky Fielding vs Jamie Cox
The Tour of Britain is from the 3rd to 10th of the month.
The NFL returns for the 2017-2018 season on September 7th. The Chiefs take on the Patriots that night. The 24th of the month has the NFL in London.
This is the starting dates of the events which go 3-4 days.
September 1st: Dell Technologies Championship (PGA)
September 7th: Indy Women in Tech Championship (LPGA), Omega European Masters (European Tour)
September 8th: Japan Airlines Championship (Champions Tour)
September 14th: The Evian Championship (LPGA), KLM Open (European Tour), BMW Championship (PGA)
September 15th: Pacific Links Bear Mountain Championship (Champions Tour)
September 21st: Portugal Masters (European Tour), Tour Championship (PGA)
September 22nd: PURE Insurance Championship (Champions Tour)
September 28th: MCKAYSON New Zealand Women’s Open (LPGA), British Masters (European Tour), Presidents Cup (PGA)
St Leger, Doncaster is on the 16th.
Mixed Martial Arts:
September 2nd: UFC Fight Night: Alexander Volkov vs Stefan Struve
September 9th: UFC 215 (Ray Borg vs Demetrious Johnson)
September 16th: UFC Fight Night: David Branch vs Luke Rockhold
September 23rd: UFC Fight Night: OSP vs Shogun
September 23rd: Bellator 183: Patricky Freire vs Ben Henderson
NASCAR has the following races taking place in September:
September 3rd: Bojangles’ Southern 500 at the Darlington Raceway.
September 9th: Federated Auto Parts 400 at the Richmond International Raceway
September 17th: Tales of the Turtles 400 at the Chicagoland Speedway
September 24th: ISM Connect 300 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Formula 1 has two races in September and we’ll have free F1 betting tips for both of them. They are:
September 3rd: Italian Grand Prix
September 17th: Singapore Grand Prix
We’ve got World Cup qualifiers on the first week of the month with the likes of England vs Malta and Scotland vs Lithuania on the 1st. Wales vs Austria is on the 2nd, and on the 4th we’ve got Scotland vs Malta and England vs Slovakia.
The Davis Cup Semi-finals and playoffs take place on the 15th-17th of the month.
WWE has just the one PPV in September with WWE No Mercy taking place on September 24th, 2017.