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Aleem vs Plania FULL FIGHT: September 4, 2022 | PBC on FS1


(Sept. 4, 2022) Super bantamweight contender Ra’eese Aleem (20-0, 12 KOs) showed off his considerable boxing skill in earning a unanimous decision over Mike Plania (26-2, 13 KOs) in their 10-round duel. "The fight was everything that I expected,” said Aleem. He's a very tough fighter and a great competitor. I just wanted to fight a smart fight, because we know he's dangerous. Although I didn't feel his power, I know that he can hit. I just wanted to take my time and let everything fall into place.” Aleem scored a knockdown early in round two to jump out to the early lead and controlled the action throughout, displaying an impressive and varied attack highlighted by a variety of left hands. After closing the show with a dominant 10th and final round, Aleem earned the decision by score of 100-89 three times. "It's time for 'scared boy' Stephen Fulton Jr. to come out of hiding and sign the contract,” said Aleem. “Let's get in there so I can give him his first loss. It would be a closer fight than tonight, but I still expect to dominate and get the win." #RaeeseAleem #MikePlania #AleemPlania Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Ruiz vs Ortiz FIGHT HIGHLIGHTS: September 4, 2022 | PBC on FOX PPV


(Sept. 4 ,2022) Former unified heavyweight world champion Andy “The Destroyer” Ruiz Jr. scored three knockdowns on his way to a unanimous decision victory over top contender Luis “King Kong” Ortiz in their WBC Heavyweight Title Eliminator that headlined a FOX Sports PBC Pay-Per-View Sunday night from Arena in Los Angeles. "Everyone was doubting me, but I worked so hard for this fight,” said Ruiz. “Ortiz is a warrior who hits hard. I did a beautiful job boxing him around. I showed more class than I usually do just coming forward.” The first fighter of Mexican descent to become heavyweight world champion, Ruiz (35-2, 22 KOs) got his hometown crowd on its feet early, as he delivered a clean right hand to score his first knockdown in round two. Ortiz (33-3, 28 KOs) would hit the canvas a second time in the round, but got to his feet again and delivered several strong left hands to keep himself in the fight and make it through the round. "I told you I was going to be a warrior and that's what I did,” said Ortiz. “This is Cuba vs. Mexico. This is what I live for. To everyone who said that I'm old, I gave you a war today. There are always surprises in boxing, and that's what you got if you didn't think I'd give it my all.” Ortiz got himself back in the fight over the subsequent rounds with impressive boxing as he relied on his jab and movement to keep Ruiz from inflicting further damage. In round seven however, Ruiz struck again, backing his opponent up with a straight right before moving close and dropping Ortiz with an overhand right. "It was a difficult fight,” said Ruiz. “I was waiting for him to load up and countering him when he did. It was a blessing we were able to be successful.” Despite Ruiz pushing forward, Ortiz again used his excellent boxing acumen to remain in the fight. Ortiz even owned a slight 78-76 edge in punches landed according to CompuBox, but it was Ruiz’s 67 power punches to Ortiz’s 56 that made the difference. After hurting Ortiz again in round 11 and winning on all three cards, Ruiz was able to hold off a late charge from Ortiz to edge the fight on the judges cards by scores of 114-111 tice, and 113-112. #AndyRuiz #LuisOrtiz #RuizOrtiz Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Garcia vs Benavidez HIGHLIGHTS: July 30, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


Two-division world champion Danny “Swift Garcia dominated in his super welterweight debut Saturday night, cruising to a majority decision victory over exciting contender Jose Benavidez Jr. in the SHOWTIME main event from Barclays Center in Brooklyn headlining a Premier Boxing Champions event. He saved perhaps his most expressive moment post-fight when he broke down in the ring discussing his struggles with mental health with SHOWTIME reporter Jim Gray, showing the authenticity that has made him such a fan-favorite in Brooklyn. “I did take a break going through mental things, things went dark, I went through anxiety, deep depression, just trying to be strong,” said a visibly emotional Garcia. “It was the pressure of life, being a good dad, just letting it out right now, because it was all stuck inside. It rained on me for a year and a half and the only way to do better was to fight again. I’m a fighter. If you battle anxiety and depression, you can get out of it, that’s what I did today. I fought.” Philadelphia’s Garcia (37-3, 21 KOs) has become a staple at Barclays Center ever since headlining the arena’s first boxing event in 2012, and his return on Saturday night against Benavidez (27-2-1, 18 KOs), saw him pick up his seventh victory in Brooklyn. #DannyGarcia #JoseBenavidez #GarciaBenavidez Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Valenzuela vs De Los Santos FIGHT HIGHLIGHTS: September 4, 2022 | PBC on FOX PPV


Sept. 4, 2022) The Dominican Republic’s Edwin De Los Santos (15-1, 14 KOs) scored an upset via third-round TKO as he dropped the previously unbeaten Jose Valenzuela (12-1, 8 KOs) three times before referee Ray Corona waived off the bout 1:08 into the round. "Valenzuela is a fighter who I feel has been protected and I wanted to show everyone what I’m capable of,” said De Los Santos. "The plan wasn't to come forward so much, but when I saw how he was fighting, I was ready to go toe-to-toe. The Mexican fighters love to fight like that, but he was open for me to attack.” “I didn't expect De Los Santos to be as aggressive as he was in the fight,” said Valenzuela. “He gave it out as he good as he took. I just want to focus on getting back in the ring and redeeming myself." A late replacement who officially stepped in to face Valenzuela this week, De Los Santos looked sharp from the outset, staggering Valenzuela in round one, although Valenzuela was able to survive the round. Early in round two Valenzuela was staggered again, but was able to shift the momentum temporarily, landing a powerful left hook that put De Los Santos down. After rising to his feet, De Los Santos was able to regain momentum with a series of right hooks that put Valenzuela down hard. De Los Santos was penalized by the referee for throwing an extra shot while Valenzuela was down, which gave Valenzuela extra time to recover and make it through the round. De Los Santos looked the fresher fighter heading into the round and was able to drop Valenzuela again early in the frame. Valenzuela again was able to get back on his feet but after a follow up flurry from De Los Santos, the referee jumped in and officially waived off the fight. "I came in against a ranked fighter tonight and I was up for the task,” said De Los Santos. “Now I want the same name that everyone wants. I want Gervonta Davis.” #JoseValenzuela #EdwinDeLosSantos #ValenzuelaDeLosSantos Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Garcia vs Benavidez Fight Day Playlist


‘Before turning into the Danny Garcia's super welterweight premier on Showtime against Jose Benavidez Jr. , get up to speed on all the past fights from today's featured fighters. The playlist includes: Garcia vs Rios Full Fight Benavidez vs Strode Hightlights Russell Kownacki vs Washington Full Fight Russell vs Huertas Full Fight Barthelemy vs Franckel Full Fight Garcia vs Granados Full Fight Benavidez vs Rojas Highlights Kownacki vs Arreola Full Fight Russell vs Santiago Full Fight Barthelemy vs Rivera Full Fight Russell vs Postol Highlights Garcia vs Redkach Full Fight #DannyGarcia #JoseBenavidez #GarciaBenavidez Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Deontay Wilder MEDIA WORKOUT | #WilderHelenius


Deontay Wilder joins us live for a media workout ahead of his return to the ring against Robert Helenius on October 15, on FOX PPV. Fight night details: About Wilder vs Helenius: Former WBC Heavyweight World Champion and boxing superstar Deontay "The Bronze Bomber'' Wilder will take on top-rated Robert “The Nordic Nightmare” Helenius in an explosive 12-round WBC Heavyweight Title Eliminator between ferocious punchers in the main event of a FOX Sports PBC Pay-Per-View Saturday, Oct. 15 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn in a Premier Boxing Champions event. In the co-feature, former IBF Super Middleweight Champion Caleb “Sweethands” Plant faces two-time WBC Super Middleweight Champion Anthony “The Dog” Dirrell in a highly anticipated 12-round WBC Super Middleweight Title Eliminator between 168-pound rivals. Two additional pay-per-view undercard bouts will be announced to round out the action-packed four-fight lineup presented by PBC. #DeontayWilder #TrainingCamp #WilderHelenius Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Cruz vs Ramirez FIGHT HIGHLIGHTS: September 4, 2022 | PBC on FOX PPV


(Sept. 4, 2022) Top lightweight contender Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz (24-2-1, 17 KOs) delivered a highlight-reel knockout over veteran contender Eduardo Ramirez (27-3-3, 12 KOs) in the second round of their showdown. Already a fan-favorite after giving three-division world champion Gervonta Davis all he could handle in defeat at this same arena last December, Mexico City’s Cruz entered the ring to roaring approval as he looked for another statement victory. "I was ready to win at all costs, for my family and what better way to win than here in front of all the great fans in Los Angeles,” said Cruz.” Midway through round two, Davis showed the fight-changing power that he possesses and that has helped make him a fan favorite in Los Angeles and beyond. Cruz first connected flush with a big left hook around a Ramirez jab that sent Ramirez to the mat hard. While Ramirez was able to get to his feet, Cruz pushed forward, sensing his moment to end the fight. Using a feint right hand, Ramirez caught Cruz cleanly with another left hook and followed up with a powerful right hand to score a second knockdown. This time referee Jack Reiss jumped in immediately and halt the bout 2:27 into the round. "I lost and I have to accept that,” said Ramirez. “I'll get better and move forward. I felt like I was fighting well and then everything turned all of a sudden. That's just boxing. Now I'm going to rest, recover and plan my next moves going forward. But I'll definitely be back, you can count on that." #IsaacCruz #EduardoRamirez #CruzRamirez Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Davis vs Barrios FULL FIGHT: June 26, 2021 | PBC on Showtime PPV


(June 26, 2021) Four-Time World Champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis becomes a three-division world champion, securing the WBA Super Lightweight Championship with an 11th round stoppage over Mario Barrios In a fight that lived up to its potential, Davis and Barrios combined to put on an unforgettable main event in front of a sold-out crowd of 16,570. After a slow opening four rounds in which Davis landed just 11 punches, the fight produced fireworks beginning in the fifth round. In the eighth round, “Tank” sent “El Azteca” to the canvas for both the first and second times of his career. First, Davis connected on a sweeping right hook that sent the former champion to the canvas. Moments later, a straight left hand by Davis dropped Barrios again. The brave Barrios rose to his feet, surviving Davis’ attempts to finish him in the eighth. With International Boxing Hall of Famer and promoter Floyd Mayweather encouraging Davis in his corner, the southpaw came out rejuvenated in the eleventh round, realizing that the fight could be close on the scorecards. “Tank” dropped Barrios for the third time in the fight, this time with a left uppercut to the body. The bloodied Barrios rose again, only to be greeted with another barrage of punches from Davis. Referee Thomas Taylor stepped in to stop the fight at 2:13 of the eleventh round. In the final six-and-a-half rounds, Davis landed 85 punches. He landed 45 percent of his power punches (82/182), while Barrios more than held his own, out-landing Davis in six of the ten completed rounds. With the victory, Davis now holds world championships in three different divisions simultaneously, a feat only accomplished by a few other fighters in history, including Henry Armstrong and Canelo Alvarez. #DavisBarrios #GervontaDavis #MarioBarrios Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Magsayo vs Cruz FULL FIGHT: April 10, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


Filipino featherweight prospect Mark Magsayo defeats Pablo Cruz by RD4 KO, improving his perfect record to 22-0, with 15 KOs. #MarkMagsayo #MagsayoCruz #Boxing Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Magsayo vs Vargas HIGHLIGHTS: July 9, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


(July 9, 2022) Mexico’s Rey Vargas became a two-division world champion Saturday night by capturing the WBC Featherweight World Championship from Mark Magsayo by split decision in a dramatic showdown. Mexico’s Rey Vargas became a two-division world champion Saturday night as he rose from a knockdown and boxed and banged his way to the WBC Featherweight World Championship against Mark Magsayo by split-decision in a dramatic showdown that headlined live on SHOWTIME from the Alamodome in San Antonio. “I’m at a loss of words,” said an emotional Vargas post-fight. “I worked hard for this. I want to thank God, my family, my trainer Nacho Beristain. The first title I won, I enjoyed it greatly, but this one is special. This win is for me.” “It’s his today, no matter what, I’ll come back stronger, I’m disappointed but I did my best,” said Magsayo. The battle of unbeatens was a fast-paced affair throughout, with both men holding momentum at different moments but never giving in to their determined opponent. Despite his height and reach advantage, Vargas (36-0, 22 KOs) was prepared to go toe-to-toe with the hard-charging Magsayo (24-1, 16 KOs) and was able to use his superior activity to edge the decision on the judges’ cards with two scores of 115-112 against a 114-113 score for Magsayo. The only world champion from the Philippines heading into this fight, Magsayo was able to land numerous flush power shots on Vargas, who took them well and made sure to return fire with a versatile attack of his own. This success showed up on the punch stats, as Vargas out landed Magsayo 196 to 132 according to CompuBox. “I just kept moving forward and shrugging him off no matter what was happening,” said Vargas. “All that mattered for me was coming out with the victory in the end.” Now a two-division world champion, Vargas showed that he could rebound from adversity, as Magsayo nearly turned the tide of the fight by landing a sneaky right hand late in round nine that put Vargas down (watch highlight HERE). "It wasn't a power punch that got me," said Vargas. "It was more of something that happened because of how I was moving. We were able to recover and come back strong." “When I had him down, the punch was straight, he did his job in the ring, running,” said Magsayo. “I applied the pressure and did what we trained for in the gym, but he was taller and he’s the man today.” Vargas showed his veteran mettle rising to his feet and surviving a shaky 10th round to come back and sweep rounds 11 and 12 on all three judges’ cards to clinch the victory. “It was a good, enjoyable fight,” said Vargas. “We felt comfortable throughout. I was sound technically. We were just going round-by-round and we got the result we expected.” “I will rest and watch the fight and I’m going to train to fight again and will correct my mistakes for the next time,” said Magsayo. “Thanks to all my fans in the Philippines. I did my best and will come back stronger.” After the fight, Vargas set his sights on a potential unification fight against four-division world champion and current WBA Featherweight World Champion Leo Santa Cruz, a potentially huge Mexico vs. Mexico clash. “Now I want the unification bout,” said Vargas. “I want to fight Leo Santa Cruz. We’ve already talked about it with my team and I’m ready.” #MagsayoVargas #MarkMagsayo #ReyVargas Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Cruz vs Vargas FULL FIGHT: June 19, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


(June 19, 2021) Isaac "Pitbull" Cruz improved to 22-1-1 (15 KOs) following his nonstop dominating unanimous decision victory over Francisco Vargas in their 10-round lightweight bout live on SHOWTIME. A highly anticipated battle between power-punching Mexico City natives, 23-year-old top lightweight contender Isaac Cruz (22-1-1, 15 KOs) scored a wide unanimous decision over former champion Francisco Vargas (27-3-2, 19 KOs). The official scores were 100-89, 99-90 and 97-92. Cruz, who shot up the lightweight rankings in 2020 and punctuated his year with an electrifying first-round knockout over Diego Magdaleno in September, came out early looking for a similar result. Cruz continued to throw power punches, including his signature overhand right, but Vargas was able to avoid any devastating blows. It was the 36-year-old Vargas who was the more active fighter, throwing 586 punches compared to Cruz’s 548. However, Cruz out-landed Vargas 188-148 and landed 43 percent of his power shots en route to the victory. Cruz consistently led with his head, resulting in a number of head clashes, including in the eventful 10th and final round which led to a significant cut over Vargas’ right eye that the Mexican warrior fought through. In the final minute of the fight, Cruz sent Vargas to the canvas for just the second time in his career with a barrage of punches, topping off an impressive performance. #IsaacCruz #FranciscoVargas #CruzVargas Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Ortiz vs Martin FULL FIGHT: January 1, 2022 | PBC on FOX PPV


(Jan. 1, 2022) Top heavyweight Luis “King Kong” Ortiz scored a sixth-round TKO of former heavyweight champion Charles Martin in a dramatic IBF HeavyweightTitle Eliminator showdown that headlined a FOX Sports PBC Pay-Per-View Saturday night from Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. In a back and forth battle that topped a five-fight all-heavyweight pay-per-view, Ortiz (33-2, 28 KOs) recovered from two knockdowns to earn the TKO over the former heavyweight titleholder Martin (28-3-1, 25 KOs). The fight got off to a hot start in round one, with Martin landing a bruising left hand to the side of Ortiz’s head that sent him down late in the frame. While Ortiz was able to regain his composure and do effective body work and snap his jab, Martin struck once again at the end of round four, landing a hard jab with his right hand that put Ortiz down for the second time in the fight. "I was very focused during this fight,” said Ortiz. “I was never worried. My trainer just told me to keep working the jab and that's what I was able to do.” In a battle of gargantuan southpaws, Ortiz landed the left hand that ultimately decided the fight, connecting on a counter early in round six that immediately dazed Martin, who looked potentially out on his feet. Ortiz quickly followed up with a flurry and scored the knockdown, leaving Martin with his glove tied up in the ropes. "It was very difficult going southpaw against southpaw,” said Ortiz. “At the end of the day, my intelligence won the fight.” Martin was able to rise to his feet and looked to hold on with over two minutes left in the round, but Ortiz was relentless in his attack and eventually forced referee Frank Santore Jr. to wave off the bout 1:37 into round six. Despite trailing on all three scorecards coming into the final round, Ortiz landed an impressive 57 percent of his power punches in the fight, including 19 of 23 in round six, according to CompuBox. "I maintained faith the entire time,” said Ortiz. “I knew I had my family and these fans behind me. I told everyone that this fight would be fireworks. He knocked me down, but then I finished him. I respect him a lot and now I’m coming after every heavyweight in line for the title.” #LuisOrtiz #OrtizMartin #CharlesMartin Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Mares vs Flores FIGHT HIGHLIGHTS: September 4, 2022 | PBC on FOX PPV


(Sept. 4, 2022) In his first fight in over four years, former three-division world champion Abner Mares (31-3-2, 15 KOs) fought Miguel Flores (25-4-1, 12 KOs) to an exciting majority draw after 10-rounds in their lightweight duel. Mares had a hot start to his ring-return, landing a series of sharp right hands early in round two that brought his hometown Southern California crowd to its feet as their hometown hero landed 42 blows in the frame. A world champion at bantamweight, super bantamweight and featherweight throughout his career, Mares believed he had done enough to win the fight. "Obviously it had been over four years, so I was a little off with my timing and a little sluggish,” said Mares. “But I felt good and I thought I was landing the more powerful shots throughout.” Although Mares held a 151 to 124 edge in punches landed, the two combatants were even at 90 to 90 in punches landed throughout rounds three through 10. His improvement in the second half of the fight was enough for the victory in Flores’ eyes. "It was a good fight and obviously I thought that I pulled it off,” said Flores. “I know we're in his hometown and he's a veteran so it is what it is. He was trying to pot shot me, but I was catching most of it. He got me with a couple good shots early on but I felt like I was in control after the fourth round.” Flores had his best rounds in the final two frames, sweeping the ninth and 10th on all three cards to clinch the draw. The raucous 10th round left the fans on their feet with both fighters raising their hand in victory before the scores of 95-95 twice and 96-94 for Mares were read. "It was a great atmosphere,” said Flores. “It's hard to not let the crowd get you carried away. I know they were cheering for me too by the end. This leaves me in a great position. We got a draw against a three-division world champion so it leaves a good taste in your mouth." “After four years away I did enough to beat a young kid and an active fighter,” said Mares. “My performance speaks for itself. The crowd was happy and it felt good to be home. I definitely felt like I won but it is what it is, the judges saw a draw." #AbnerMares #MiguelFlores #MaresFlores Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Martin vs Perez FULL FIGHT: April 20, 2021 | PBC on FS1


(April 20, 2021) Undefeated lightweight Frank Martin stopped previously unbeaten Jerry Perez in the seventh-round Tuesday night headlining FS1 PBC Fight Night and on FOX Deportes from Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles. The battle of rising lightweight prospects saw Martin (13-0, 10 KOs) breakthrough in that seventh round, as he landed a crushing left hook that floored Perez late in the frame. Perez (13-1, 10 KOs) was able to rise to his feet, but a follow up attack from Martin forced referee Jerry Cantu to waive off the bout 2:59 into the round. "I saw the shot coming the round before,” said Martin, who is trained by renowned coach Derrick James. “I was going to the left looking for it, but I couldn't find the right distance. In the next round, Derrick told me he was leaning and that helped me find the distance to land it.” Martin controlled the fight with his movement and jab early and set the pace as the busier fighter, throwing 405 punches to Perez’s 222 according to CompuBox. He more than doubled Perez’s output of punches landed with a 100 to 47 advantage. "I felt good in there,” said Martin. “I just followed the game plan that Derrick gave me. He told me to go out there and use my feet. I hurt him at every step of the fight. Everything Derrick asked me to do was working.” Perez had perhaps his best round in the fourth, as he found some success breaking through Martin’s defense with counter left hooks to the head. Martin was able to shake off the rough patch and was well in control on the cards at the time of the stoppage, having only lost one round on one judge’s card. "He was physically strong but there wasn't anything he did that affected me,” said Martin. “This win is a big blessing. I'm just going to stay humble and keep moving forward and getting better." #FrankMartin #MartinPerez #JerryPerez Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Wilder vs Helenius and Plant vs Dirrell Kickoff Press Conference | #WilderHelenius


#WilderHelenius Fight Night Details: 🤍 Former WBC Heavyweight World Champion and boxing superstar Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder will preview his much-anticipated ring return at a press conference before taking on top-rated Robert “The Nordic Nightmare” Helenius—who will appear at the press conference via satellite from his training camp in Finland—in a WBC Heavyweight Title Eliminator on Saturday, October 15 topping a FOX Sports PBC Pay-Per-View from Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The press conference will also include former IBF Super Middleweight Champion Caleb “Sweethands” Plant and two-time WBC Super Middleweight Champion Anthony “The Dog” Dirrell as the 168-pound rivals meet in a WBC Super Middleweight Title Eliminator in the co-main event. Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

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Romero vs Yigit FULL FIGHT: July 17, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


(July 17, 2021) Rolando "Rolly" Romero improves to 14-0 (12 KOs) and retains his Interim WBA Lightweight World Title following his seventh-round technical knockout victory over Anthony Yigit in their scheduled 12-round bout. #RollyRomero #RolandoRomero #RomeroYigit Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Fundora vs Gallimore FULL FIGHT : August 8, 2020 | PBC on FOX


Towering super welterweight Sebastian Fundora remains undefeated following his sixth-round technical knockout victory over Nathaniel Gallimore, handing him his first ever loss by KO on August 22, 2020, live from Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California. FIGHT NIGHT RECAP: 🤍 #SebastianFundora #PBConFOX #FundoraGallimore Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Gervonta "Tank" Davis KOs Rolando "Rolly" Romero in RD6


Gervonta Davis said he wanted to deliver punishment to Rolando "Rolly" Romero for all the talking he's done in the build up the fight. In RD6 he lands a beautiful left hook that sent Romero face first into the ropes. An incredible finish to an incredible fight. #DavisRomero #GervontaDavis #RollyRomero Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Roman vs Espinoza FULL FIGHT: May 15, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


(May 15, 2021) Former super bantamweight unified world champion Danny Roman (29-3-1, 10 KOs) dominated the second half of the fight to win a 10-round unanimous decision over Ricardo Espinoza (25-4, 21 KOs). “This win is a step closer to getting back on top and getting a world title once again,” said Roman. “I knew he was a tough fighter who hit hard, so I had to fight smart and make adjustments.” After a close first half of the fight, the Los Angeles native Roman began to figure out the awkward and hard-charging attack of Mexico’s Espinoza. In round seven, Roman connected on a vicious combination of double left uppercuts, punctuated by a sweeping left hook, that bloodied the nose of Espinoza. “I felt good overall in there,” said Espinoza. “I could have pressured him a bit more and closed his angles, but it was a good fight. Danny is a tough fighter who withstood a lot of shots to the head. He’s a quality fighter.” Espinoza had actually out landed Roman 124 to 119 across the first six rounds of the fight before Roman’s adjustments led to a 101 to 66 edge in punches landed in his favor across the final four frames. “I started to get my distance and started fighting my fight and controlling the ring,” said Roman. “Once I did that, everything started to fall into place. I was surprised he went the distance, but he has a lot of heart. He’s a tough fighter.” The bloodied nose immediately became a target for Roman, as Espinoza had to be checked by the doctor before beginning the ninth round before continuing to take the brunt of the punishment in the fight. Roman’s performance in the second half of the duel was enough to give him the victory, as he prevailed on all three judges’ scorecards with tallies of 97-92 and 98-92 twice. All three judges gave Roman the final six rounds of the fight. “I’m the mandatory so I want a title shot now,” added Roman after his victory. “I want the winner of the main event.” #RomanEspinoza #DannyRoman #RicardoEspinoza Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Charlo vs Montiel FULL FIGHT: June 19, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


(June 19, 2021) Jermall Charlo retained his WBC World Middleweight title and improves to 32-0 (22 KOs) following a dominant unanimous decision victory over rugged Juan Macias Montiel. Undefeated WBC Middleweight World Champion Jermall Charlo successfully defended his title with a unanimous decision shutout victory over courageous challenger Juan Montiel in an action-packed night of boxing Saturday night live on SHOWTIME from Toyota Center in Houston, Texas in a Premier Boxing Champions event. Charlo and Montiel both played an equal part in the electrifying main event that capped off a special Juneteenth Day boxing celebration. Charlo threw a career-high 769 punches, yet the gritty, relentless Montiel refused to go down. Instead, Montiel continued to walk forward despite taking incredible punishment, earning Charlo’s respect in the process for his guts and character. Charlo landed more than twice the amount of punches as Montiel (258-127), including a career-high 201 power punches. Montiel miraculously survived a grueling sixth round, despite being on the receiving end of 36 punches landed, a majority of them thrown with malice behind them. In the eighth round, Charlo suffered the first cut of his career as Montiel continued to return punches and opened up a gash over Charlo’s right eye. Still, Montiel was far out-classed in terms of boxing ability and athleticism. Despite being unable to close the show in front of the raucous hometown crowd, Charlo displayed his well-rounded game, using a variety of punches to deliver shot after shot on Montiel. #JermallCharlo #CharloMontiel #FullFight Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Sebastian Fundora KO's undefeated Donnie Marshall | Fundora vs Marshall


(Feb. 16, 2019) Six-foot-seven prospect Sebastian Fundora (12-0, 8 KOs) scored an impressive third-round knockout of previously undefeated Donnie Marshall (10-1, 6 KOs) in their super welterweight contest on Saturday, February 16, 2019. The "Towering Inferno" "returns to the ring October 8, 2022 to face his next opponent Carlos Ocampo on Showtime. #SebastianFundora #Fundora #Boxing Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Cruz vs Gamboa HIGHLIGHTS: April 16, 2022 | PBC on Showtime PPV


(April 16, 2022) Lightweight contender Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz proved his impressive performance against three-division champion Gervonta Davis last December wasn’t a fluke. In a dominant, knockdown-filled performance, Cruz dropped the proud former unified featherweight champion Yuriorkis Gamboa four times en route to a dominant fifth-round stoppage of Gamboa in the co-main event. A monster left-right hand combination from Cruz sent Gamboa careening into the ropes, causing the referee to wave the bout off at 1:32 of the round of the scheduled 10-round lightweight bout. Cruz threw 36 power punches per round landing an average of 11 per round. “I’m here to defeat and dethrone anyone that gets in my way while putting on a show for the fans,” Cruz said. “I wanted to send a clear message to the division that I’m here to be a world champion no matter what. Mexico, just wait until we arrive. We have something special planned for you when we come back to celebrate.” Cruz (23-2-1, 16 knockouts) hurt Gamboa with a big left hook early in the first round. Gamboa stumbled back against the ropes, his balance off, legs wobbly and held on to survive the remainder of the round. Cruz dropped Gamboa (30-5, 18 knockouts) with a right-left combo with seconds left in the second round that buckled Gamboa’s legs and caused him to touch the canvas. Cruz jumped him to start the third, knocking him down again seconds into the frame with a left hook. But again, Gamboa danced his way out of trouble again to make it to the fourth. In the fourth, Cruz dropped Gamboa again with a left hand toward the end of the round. #IsaacCruz #CruzGamboa #YuriorkisGamboa Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Charlo vs Castano 2 Fight Day Playlist


Before today's Jermell Charlo vs Brian Castano 2 fight on Showtime for undisputed super welterweight champion, catch up on fights from Jermell Charlo, Brian Castano, and Jaron Ennis. We''ll be featuring: Charlo vs Cota 6/23/19 Castano vs Lara 3/2/19 Ennis vs Abreu 12/19/20 Harrison vs Charlo 2 12/21/19 Ennis vs Lipinets 4/10/21 Clayton vs Lipinets 10/24/20 Castano vs Omotoso 11/2/19 Charlo vs Rosario 9/26/20 Ennis vs Dulorme HIGHLIGHTS Charlo vs Costano HIGHLIGHTS Then tune into Showtime at 6PM ET / 3PM PT for the Charlo vs Castno 2 event and watch history be made, #CharloCastno2 #JermellCharlo #JaronEnnis Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Gary Russell Jr. vs Mark Magsayo HIGHLIGHTS: January 22, 2022 | PBC on SHOWTIME


Mark Magsayo dethroned Gary Russell Jr. by way of close majority decision to become the new WBC World Featherweight Champion, live on SHOWTIME from the Borgata Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. #RussellMagsayo Fight Night Recap: 🤍 #Highlights #MarkMagsayo #RussellMagsayo Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Charlo vs Castano 1 FULL FIGHT: July 17, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


(July 17, 2021) WBA, WBC, and IBF Super Welterweight World Champion Jermell Charlo and WBO World Champion Brian Castano fight to a split decision draw in their dramatic battle for undisputed status at 154-pounds. #JermellCharlo #CharloCatano1 #CharloCastano Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Lubin vs Rosario FULL FIGHT: June 26, 2021 | PBC on Showtime PPV


(June 26, 2021) Top 154-lb. contender Erickson "Hammer" Lubin secures his 17th knockout victory with a sixth-round knockout over former unified world champion Jeison Rosario in their WBC Junior Middleweight World Title Eliminator. In a back-and-forth co-main event, Orlando’s Erickson “Hammer” Lubin (23-1, 17 KOs) overcame some adversity to score the most important victory of his career over former unified world champion Jeison Rosario (20-3-1, 14 KOs). The WBC No. 1-ranked contender at 154 pounds, Lubin scored a sixth-round KO (1:42) in the WBC Super Welterweight Title Eliminator. In the third round, Lubin nearly put an early end to the action with a huge frame that had Rosario on the back foot. In the closing moments of the round, Lubin landed a right hook that had Rosario wobbling back to his corner after the bell rang. Miraculously, in the next round, Rosario was able to recover and completely turned the tables, wobbling Lubin with a left jab. The action turned up even more in the sixth round. Lubin, sensing that Rosario was susceptible to the body attack, landed a vicious left-right body combination that sent Rosario to his knees in what ultimately proved to be the turning point of the fight. Rosario, clearly hurt, was never able to recover and Lubin finished him off moments later against the ropes. Lubin landed 44 percent of his power punches (80/288) and 20 of his landed punches were to the body. With the win, Lubin puts himself squarely in the picture for a second world title opportunity. #EricksonLubin #JeisonRosario #LubinRosario Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Charlo vs Castano 2 HIGHLIGHTS: May 14, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


(May 14, 2022) In a history-making performance, Jermell Charlo again showed he’s the master of the rematch. Unified WBC, WBA and IBF World Champion Jermell Charlo picked up the WBO title with a dramatic 10th-round KO of Brian Castaño in a rematch of their 2021 masterpiece to become the first ever undisputed male 154-pound champion in the four-belt era on Saturday, May 14 live on SHOWTIME from Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson. The bout, which was another Fight of the Year-type encounter, headlined a Premier Boxing Champions event before an announced crowd of 7,406. The end came when Charlo (35-1-1, 18 KOs) dropped Castaño with a short, left hook as he was fighting off the ropes with around a minute left in the 10th. Castaño (17-1-2, 12 KOs) rose on unsteady legs and was allowed to continue and Charlo jumped on him, landing a vicious left to the head and body that caused Castaño to collapse and referee Jerry Cantu to wave off the bout at 2:33 of the 10th. Saturday’s ending was reminiscent of the way Charlo closed his fight with Tony Harrison in their 2019 rematch when he KO’d Harrison in the 11th round after Harrison dethroned him in 2018. Charlo, 31, is trained by Derrick James, who helped orchestrate Errol Spence Jr.’s 10th-round stoppage of Yordenis Ugas to pick up a third welterweight title on April 16 from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Charlo and Castaño went toe-to-toe for 12 grueling rounds the first time they fought on July 17, 2021 on SHOWTIME, with the back-and-forth tilt ending in a split-decision draw. Charlo didn’t leave it in the judges’ hands on Saturday. “This is legacy,” Charlo said in the ring afterward. “This is something that is legendary. I’m a legend. I knew Castaño was going to give it his all. I knew I had trained very, very hard but you all can see that I came in at 152 pounds because I was really in shape, and I wanted to make sure that this was my fight.” The rematch was previously announced to take place on March 19 but was rescheduled after Castaño suffered an arm injury in training. The delay angered Charlo, who accused Castaño of gamesmanship in the run-up. But the two shook hands and praised the other’s tenacity on Saturday after sharing the ring for a combined 22 rounds. “We showed that we are warriors,” Castaño said. “We both were fighting back-and-forth. He’s a champion. He hit me. He got me. But I’m okay.” Charlo produced a calm, clinically efficient and ultimately punishing performance. Expecting Castaño to fight aggressively and apply pressure, Charlo boxed effectively off his back foot, utilizing a hard jab and a counter-left that repeatedly found its target, none more violently than the final moments of the match. Just like the first match, Castaño again landed a number of overhand rights and was successful in spots with his constant pressure. The fight was again fought at a torrid pace with both fighters hurting the other. But just like in the first fight, when Charlo gathered strength as the fight went on and won the final three rounds on all the judges’ scorecards, Charlo again wrested control of the bout in the late stages on Saturday. “I listened to my corner this time,” he said. “I got in my bag around the seventh round. I started sitting down a little bit more instead of boxing so much and moving around. I saw that he was wearing down a little bit and I was breaking him down. I just saw my punches being more effective. I get stronger in the later rounds if they didn’t know.” #CharloCastano2 #JermellCharlo #BrianCastano Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Fulton vs Roman HIGHLIGHTS: June 4, 2022 | PBC on SHOWTIME


Stephen Fulton Jr., in his first bout since his title unification win in the 122-pound division, defends his titles with a UD win against former unified world champion Danny Roman. #FultonRoman Fight Night Recap: 🤍 #PBConSHOWTIME #Highlights Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Hans Zimmer - Premier Boxing Champions 2015 Soundtrack


Composer: Hans Zimmer Title: Premier Boxing Champions Cover by: Parademics - 🤍 Copyright disclaimer! I do not own this song nor the image featured in the video. All rights belong to it's rightful owner's. No copyright infringement intended. For promotional purposes only!

Broner vs Santiago FULL FIGHT: February 21, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


(Feb. 21, 2021) Former four-division world champion Adrien “The Problem” Broner returned from his two-year hiatus from boxing with a unanimous decision victory over Jovanie Santiago in the main event of Saturday night’s SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast, live on SHOWTIME from Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., in a Premier Boxing Champions event. The popular, must-see attraction Broner (34-4-1, 24 KOs), who last fought against the legend Manny Pacquiao in January 2019, started slowly but used the second half of the fight to surge ahead on the judges’ scorecards. The fight was scored 116-111, 117-110 and 115-112 and all three judges had Broner winning rounds seven through ten. Cincinnati’s Broner landed just 35 of 138 punches in the opening six rounds of the fight while the previously undefeated Santiago (14-1-1, 10 KOs) landed 93 of 305 during the same stretch. At the end of the fourth round, Santiago was deducted a point for a punch that landed after the bell. Over the final six frames, Broner landed 63 of 300 punches while Santiago landed 114 of 392. Broner was most active in the ninth round when he connected on 14 of 38 punches. Though outworked over the entirety of the fight, Broner landed quality punches over the second half of the bout which earned him the victory. SHOWTIME’s unofficial scorer Steve Farhood scored the fight 114-113 in favor of the Puerto Rican Santiago, much to the chagrin of Broner. Santiago, on the other hand, was not surprised by the judges’ scorecards. #AdrienBroner #JovanieSantiago #BronerSantiago Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Pacquiao vs Thurman FULL FIGHT: July 20, 2019 - PBC on FOX PPV


On July 20, 2019, eight-division world champion Manny "Pac Man" Pacquiao silenced all the critics when he took to the ring in his first fight since turning 40 to battle then-champion Keith "One Time" Thurman in a welterweight world title bout, live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View. "It was fun," said Pacquiao. "My opponent is a good fighter and boxer. He was strong. I'm not that kind of boxer who talks a lot; we were just promoting the fight. I think he did his best, and I did my best. I think we made the fans happy tonight because it was a good fight." The sell-out crowd of 14,356 got treated to great action from the start, as an exciting first round was capped off by Pacquiao dropping Thurman for the first time in his career with a straight right hand late in the round. "I knew it was too close," said Thurman. "He got the knockdown so he had momentum in round one." Thurman made it into the second round but continued to have trouble with Pacquiao's right hand, as the future Hall of Famer threw it successfully as a jab and a power punch throughout the fight. Thurman adjusted in the middle rounds and began to try to smother Pacquiao and walk him down, having success when he was able to get his combinations off before his opponent. Despite blood pouring from his nose from round four on, Thurman was able to land powerful combinations on Pacquiao for much of the second half of the fight, but was never able to hurt Pacquiao or score a knockdown of his own. "I wish I had a little bit more output to go toe to toe," said Thurman. "I felt like he was getting a little bit tired, but he did have experience in the ring. My conditioning and my output was just behind Manny Pacquiao's. I would love the rematch." In round 10, Pacquiao's landed a strong left hook to the body that clearly hurt Thurman and forced him to spend much of the remainder of the round backpedaling. The CompuBox scores were indicative of the close nature of the fight, with Thurman out landing Pacquiao 210 to 195, while Pacquiao was busier throwing 686 punches to 571 from Thurman. "I really love the fans," said Pacquiao. "Thank you so much for coming here and witnessing the fight. I'm sure they were happy tonight because they saw a good fight. Even though Thurman lost, he did his best. He's not an easy opponent. He's a good boxer and he's strong. I was just blessed tonight." Pacquiao had a large advantage in jabs landed, connecting on 82 to Thurman's 18. The 192 power punches landed by Thurman was the most in 43 Pacquiao fights that CompuBox has tracked. Round-by-round, the two fighters were only separated by more than five landed punches in rounds two, seven and nine. After 12 rounds, the judges reached a split decision, with one judge scoring the fight 114-113 for Thurman, overruled by two judges scoring it 115-112 for Pacquiao, who captured the WBA Welterweight World Championship at 40-years-old. "You get blessings and lessons," said Thurman. "Tonight was a blessing and a lesson. Thank you everybody, and thank you Manny Pacquiao." "I think (I will fight) next year," said Pacquiao. "I will go back to the Philippines and work and then make a decision. I do hope to be at the (Errol) Spence vs. (Shawn) Porter fight on September 28." #PacquiaoThurman #MannyPacquiao Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Navarrete vs Santisima FULL FIGHT: February 22, 2020 | PBC on FOX PPV


(Feb. 22, 2020) Super Bantamweight World Champion Emanuel "Vaquero" Navarrete successfully defended his WBO title for a fifth-time with a 11th-round TKO of Filipino contender Jeo Santisima. In a featured PPV bout on the Wilder vs Fury 2 card, Emanuel "Vaquero" Navarrete (31-1, 27 KOs) made the fifth successful defense of his WBO junior featherweight world title in less than a year, knocking out Filipino challenger Jeo Santisima (19-3, 16 KOs) in the 11th round. "As I said during the build-up to the fight, I was coming for another knockout victory, and I got it," said Navarrete. "It took me a little more time than expected. I hurt him a couple of times during the fight, but I got to give it to him; he is a real Filipino warrior. He took a lot of punches and didn't go down. His corner had to stop the fight. Navarrete, from San Juan Zitlaltepec, Mexico, is boxing's most active world champion, as he has won five in a row by stoppage since winning the world title via decision over Isaac "Royal Storm" Dogboe in December 2018. "This is my fifth successful defense of the world title," said Navarrete. "Now I want a unification fight. I'll look at my options, but if I don't get it soon, I'll probably move to 126-pounds to challenge the champions at featherweight." #EmanuelNavarrete #JoeSantisima #NavarreteSantisima Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Colbert vs Nyambayar FULL FIGHT: July 3, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


(July 3, 2021) Unbeaten rising star Chris “Primetime” Colbert cruised to a unanimous decision victory over Tugststogt Nyambayar Saturday night to retain his Interim WBA Super Featherweight title in the main event. The 24-year-old Colbert (16-0, 6 KOs) rode a dominant jab to victory as he landed 112 across the 12 rounds according to CompuBox, buoying a 218 to 78 advantage in punches landed. The Brooklyn-native used the jab to set up a variety of effective power punches that he was able to land from orthodox and southpaw stances. Mongolia’s Nyambayar (12-2, 9 KOs), who now fights out of Los Angeles, stepped in to fight Colbert on less than two weeks’ notice, replacing former champion Yuriorkis Gamboa after he suffered a training camp injury. Nyambayar had successful moments in his 130-pound debut, with Colbert even noting the Olympic silver medalist’s power, but he was unable to keep up a sustained attack or keep the busier Colbert from controlling the tempo. Colbert rode his versatile offensive arsenal to a big advantage on the scorecards and statistically, dominating Nyambayar in punches landed as he connected on 106 power punches to 78 total punches landed by Nyambayar. After 12 rounds, the judges' scores confirmed Colbert’s dominance, as he won the decision with scores of 117-111 and 118-110 twice. #ChrisColbert #TugststogtNyambayar #ColbertNyambayar Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Andy Ruiz Jr. vs Luis Ortiz FINAL PRESS CONFERENCE | #RuizOrtiz


Fight Night Details: 🤍 Order Pay-Per-View: 🤍 Watch the Andy Ruiz Jr. vs Luis Ortiz Final Press Conference LIVE at 5pm ET/2pm PT! ABOUT RUIZ VS ORTIZ FIGHT NIGHT Ruiz vs. Ortiz will see former unified heavyweight champion Andy “The Destroyer” Ruiz Jr. and top contender Luis “King Kong” Ortiz meet in a 12-round WBC Heavyweight Title Eliminator headlining a FOX Sports PBC Pay-Per-View on September 4 in a Labor Day Weekend clash from Arena in Los Angeles. The pay-per-view telecast will begin at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and feature a stacked lineup of rising and accomplished stars in high-stakes matchups. In the co-main event, hard-hitting Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz will step in to take on fellow Mexican and veteran contender Eduardo Ramírez in a 12-round WBC Lightweight Title Eliminator in the co-main event. The action will also see the return of popular three-division champion Abner Mares in his first action in three years as he battles former title challenger Miguel Flores in a 10-round super featherweight attraction, plus exciting rising star José Valenzuela duels former world champion Jezreel Corrales in the 10-round lightweight pay-per-view opener. Prior to the pay-per-view, rising unbeaten super welterweight Joey Spencer will battle Mexican contender Kevin Salgado in a 10-round showdown highlighting PBC action live on FOX and FOX Deportes beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on September 4 during Labor Day Weekend from Arena in Los Angeles. Leading into the FOX broadcast, undefeated top super bantamweight contender Ra’eese Aleem takes on Mike Plania in a 10-round attraction live on FS1 and FOX Deportes beginning at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by TGB Promotions, are on sale now and can be purchased online at #LiveStream #PressConference Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Martin vs Duno HIGHLIGHTS: January 1, 2022 | PBC on FOX


Frank Martin showcases all his skills and proves why he is one of the most talented lightweight prospects in the division in his KO of Romero Duno. #MartinDuno #FrankMartin #RomeroDuno Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Romero vs Sparrow FULL FIGHT: January 23, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


(Jan. 23, 2021) olando Romero (13-0, 11 KOs) remained unbeaten against late replacement Avery Sparrow (10-4, 3 KOs) with a dominating performance that led Sparrow’s corner to call an end to the fight in seventh round. All three judges had the fight scored 60-51 at the time of the technical knockout stoppage, as did SHOWTIME’s unofficial ringside scorer Steve Farhood. Romero, 25, set the tone early in the fight sending Sparrow to the canvas with a well-placed left hook within the first minute of the first round. Born and bred in Las Vegas, and fighting under the Mayweather Promotions banner, Romero landed 86 of his 175 power punches which more than doubled Sparrow’s total punches landed in the fight (40). In the closing minute of the sixth round, Sparrow went down with an apparent knee injury and upon the return to action referee Johnny Callas deducted two points from Sparrow for an intentional low blow. Sparrow’s corner confirmed that Sparrow’s knee injury was the reason for stopping the fight. “Sparrow had a month to prepare because he was my replacement,” said Romero. “I was very disappointed, I really wanted to fight Justin Pauldo. But things happen—at least I had another opponent. “I fought a dirty fighter. He hit me with a dozen, if not more, low blows, back of the head, trying to wrestle but it is what it is. I got the victory. I dropped him with that hook in the opening round. I thought it would be over but he’s slick – he knows how to survive." “His corner did the right thing by stopping it. In that last moment before they stopped the fight, he was hurt again and there was a lot of time left in the round. He’s lucky they stopped it." #RomeroSparrow #RonaldoRomero #AverySparrow Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Russell vs Barthelemy HIGHLIGHTS: July 30, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


(July 30, 2022) Two-division world champion and smooth-boxing Cuban Rances Barthelemy was bound to pose problems for unbeaten rising super lightweight contender Gary Antuanne Russell. Further, Russell was fighting for the first time as a pro without his father, esteemed, late trainer Gary Russell Sr., who died in May after years of battling health issues. For five rounds, Gary Antuanne had his struggles. Then, with one punch, Russell ended it at :50 of the sixth round in a controversial finish. Russell (16-0, 16 KOs) kept his knockout streak intact, while Barthelemy (29-2-1, 15 KOs) also gained with what was a fine performance. “First and foremost, I want to thank God, I want to tell my father up above I did it for him, we’re going to keep it going for pops, I want to thank Showtime for letting me participate,” Russell said. “I know Rances was a high-grade class athlete and he wanted to continue. Emotions were high. Whether we or bruised or beaten, as a warrior, you always want to continue but the referee was doing their job and if he was allowed to continue it would have been the same outcome. I would have gotten him.” Barthelemy, obviously, felt otherwise. “No, they shouldn’t have stopped it,” he said. “I felt good, it was good shot, I’m not denying that, but they shouldn’t have stopped it. I got up and told him I’m fine and I’m good to go Of course I want the rematch, but with a different referee.” Barthelemy, more noted as a boxer who uses his legs, stood and exchanged with Russell at the outset. It was a complete change from his past. With :47 left in the first round, Barthelemy landed a right on the jaw that stunned Russell. Working from the southpaw stance, Barthelemy began doing damage with lefts. As the fourth round ended, he banged Russell with another strong left. The southpaw stance, which Russell never faced before as a pro, seemed to create some openings in Russell’s defense. But as the fifth transpired, Russell found the range for the right hook—and precursor for what was to come. Everything changed early in the sixth when Russell leaped in with a vicious right hook that landed on Barthelemy’s temple. The Cuban immediately lost control of his legs, tumbling to the canvas for the third time in his career. Referee Shada Murdaugh opted to end it at :50 of the sixth round although Barthelemy indicated to him that he was ready to fight. “In the sixth round I had him backing up, I knew he was looking for his right cross,” Russell said. “I caught him backing up and I shot my hook and put him down, he was buzzed but he wanted to keep going. He’s a warrior.” Both men were. Russell will have learned plenty from this encounter and Barthelemy showed he still has much to offer the sport. #GaryAntuanneRussell #RancesBarthelemy #RussellBarthelemy Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Wilder vs Washington FULL FIGHT: February 25, 2017 | PBC on FOX


(Feb. 25, 2017) Heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder overcame a slow start to defeat Gerald Washington by fifth-round TKO. Deontay Wilder didn’t come out with his usual ferocity early on against Gerald Washington, but it didn’t take the champ long to end things once he got rolling. Deontay Wilder and Gerald Washington Deontay Wilder catches Gerald Washington with a left hook en route to gaining a fifth-round TKO in their heavyweight title fight in Birmingham, Alabama. Fighting for the first time since surgery on his right hand and bicep last year, Wilder gained a fifth-round TKO of Washington to retain his heavyweight world title. In the final round, Wilder caught Washington with a punishing lead right hand before knocking the former University of Southern California football player down with a left hook. After Washington regained his feet, Wilder went back on the attack and blasted his opponent with a pair of left hooks amid a violent flurry that led referee Mike Griffin to stop the bout at the 1:45 mark of Round 5. After breaking his hand and tearing his bicep during his TKO of Chris Arreola last July, and subsequently having surgery for both injuries, Wilder said he suffered no setbacks in beating Washington. The 31-year-old Tuscaloosa, Alabama, native started slowly as he neglected his usually potent jab against Washington, who was surprisingly effective as the aggressor in the early rounds. It wasn’t until the third round that Wilder began to pump his jab with any consistency as the crowd chanted “De-on-tay, De-on-tay” in support of the champ. Wilder said that his team’s original strategy against Washington was to throw jabs and move since he was returning from injury, but that they abandoned that plan in the dressing room right before the fight. Instead, he patiently laid in wait for Washington to provide an opening, which the champ eventually found. In the fourth, Washington caught Wilder with a solid left that seemed to wake up the champ, who delivered a thundering left-right combination to the body of the former Navy helicopter mechanic late in the round. The fighters were deadlocked on two of the judges’ scorecards through four rounds, while Wilder held a slim lead on the other. Afterward, the champ said he wasn’t concerned about his slow start against the 34-year-old Vallejo, California, resident. After defending his world title for the fifth time, Wilder saluted the crowd of 12,346 as “Sweet Home Alabama” blared from the arena’s speakers with many fans adding “Roll Tide Roll!” to the chorus. Wilder was originally supposed to defend his championship against Andrzej Wawrzyk, but the Polish contender tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in mid-January, which gave Washington his shot at the title. Fellow heavyweight champion Joseph Parker was seated ringside for the fight, and Wilder expressed his desire to face the New Zealand native next in his quest to unify the division’s four major titles. #DeontayWilder #GeraldWashington #WilderWashington Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Flores vs Padilla FULL FIGHT: September 6, 2015 | PBC on CBS


(Sept. 6, 2015) Miguel Flores defeated Carlos Padilla by TKO in the fourth of eight rounds. #MiguelFlores #FloresPadilla #Boxing Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

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