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Mielnicki vs Charles HIGHLIGHT: April 22, 2023 | PBC on Showtime PPV


Sensational super welterweight prospect Vito Mielnicki Jr. (15-1, 10 KOs) scored a vicious fourth-round knockout over Jose Charles (20-4-1, 12 KOs) on the streamed prelims of the Davis vs Garcia PPV event on Showtime Boxing. After putting Charles on the canvas twice in round three, Mielnicki landed a perfect counter right early in round four that sent Charles crashing to the mat and prompted referee Robert Hoyle to wave off the action 33 seconds into the frame. #VitoMielnicki #MielnickiCharles #Boxing Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Benavidez vs Plant HIGHLIGHTS: March 25, 2023 | PBC on Showtime PPV


Undefeated two-time super middleweight world champion David “The Mexican Monster” Benavidez retained his Interim WBC Super Middleweight Title with a bruising unanimous decision victory over former world champion Caleb Plant in the SHOWTIME PPV main event Saturday night from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions. The judges’ final tallies were 117-111, 116-112 and 115-113. The highly anticipated showdown between super middleweight rivals turned into the intriguing clash of styles that many predicted it would be, as Plant’s boxing acumen carried the early action until the brute force and high-volume power punching of Benavidez took over. After 12 grueling rounds in front of a sold out arena, the two fighters squashed their years long beef, embracing and expressing their mutual respect. “I know there was a lot said between us but in the end we settled this like men,” said Benavidez. “I’m happy we gave the fans the best rivalry of the year or the last five years. I’m just very happy.” “It’s a big rivalry but that’s what boxing is all about,” said Plant. “We came here and settled it like men. I take nothing from David. We haven’t been the best of friends but we got into the ring and we settled it like men. That’s what you’re supposed to do. He’s a helluva fighter.” According to CompuBox, Benavidez (27-0, 23 KOs) held a large advantage in power punches landed (180-68) but also out-landed Plant in jabs (30-23). Plant (22-2, 13 KOs) was the busier fighter, throwing 624 to Benavidez’s 551, but was unable to deter the late round onslaught from Benavidez. “I knew I had to take it step by step and round by round,” said Benavidez. “Caleb is a tough fighter. He’s not going to give you everything in the first few rounds so you have to find him. But I feel like I didn’t just show that I was a power puncher tonight. I showed that I had defense and head movement and I was able to move around the ring and cut the ring off really good.” Plant’s movement appeared to give Benavidez trouble throughout the early action, as Plant consistently landed two to three punch combinations and escape Benavidez’s counters. It wasn’t until round eight that Plant’s movement began to slow down and his attempts at holding were increasingly thwarted. “I was trying to hold him when necessary, punch him when necessary, and throw my combinations when necessary,” said Plant. “But when the best get in there with the best, you roll the dice and someone is going to come out with their hand raised and someone will come up short. And one thing that I pride myself on is that I roll with the best in the world. I haven’t ducked anyone and maybe we can have a rematch in the future.” As the fight moved into the championship rounds, Benavidez pushed forward more aggressively, busting Plant’s nose and peppering him with short hooks from all angles. Plant stayed on his feet for the final bell, but his final attempts to turn the tide were thwarted by Benavidez. Asked post fight about his future plans, Benavidez set his sights squarely on undisputed 168-pound champion Canelo Alvarez. “I just want to tell everyone that I have a lot of respect for Canelo Alvarez but he has to give me that shot now,” said Benavidez. “That’s what everyone wants to see. Let’s make it happen. Now the fans are calling for this fight, the legends are calling for this fight, so let’s make it happen.” #DavidBenavidez #CalebPlant #BenavidezPlant Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Fulton vs Roman FULL FIGHT: June 2, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


Stephen Fulton, 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. WBC and WBO 122-pound World Champion Stephen Fulton Jr. dominated on his way to a unanimous decision over former unified champion Danny Roman Saturday night in the main event of action live on SHOWTIME in front of a sold-out crowd at The Armory in Minneapolis in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions. “I made a hell of a statement tonight,” said Fulton. “I prepared for this and I told y’all I was going to make it easy and fight depending on how I wake up, and I woke up feeling good.” “There’s no excuse,” said Roman. “I think this fight proves who the best 122-pound fighter in the division is. Fulton did that tonight. He proved it. I wish him the best and I hope he goes and achieves what I couldn’t achieve. Go become undisputed. Like I said, this fight proved who is the best in the division. Fulton was the better man tonight.” Known as “Cool Boy Steph”, Fulton (21-0, 8 KOs) was in control throughout the action, showing off expert movement against an aggressive opponent, while consistently finding openings for his offense. Roman (29-4-1, 10 KOs) pushed the pace early and often, initiating offense with power and body shots, but was more often than not countered effectively before Fulton removed himself from any danger. “It was very important to control the distance tonight,” said Fulton. “Like I said before, in the last outing with Brandon Figueroa, I didn’t have the energy because I didn’t make the weight the right way. So shout out to my dietician. Any moment he had, I took it right away from him. I neutralized the threat.” “Fulton knew how to use his distance,” said Roman. “It was hard for me to adjust to his distance because he was boxing. He came in and came out. He changed his style so it was hard for me to adjust.” After unifying titles last November in an all-action showdown against Brandon Figueroa, Fulton used more movement on his way to a wider decision in his first defense as unified champion. Fulton’s accuracy was a key throughout, as he held a 36% to 17% edge in connect percentage according to CompuBox. The Philadelphia-native closed out the bout in impressive fashion, moving to the inside for the final three rounds as he continued to batter and frustrate Roman. Overall, he held a 218 to 113 lead in punches landed, including 112 to 68 in power shots. In addition his nine jabs landed per round was more than double the average for the weight class. After 12 rounds, all three judges were in agreement on Fulton’s dominance, with final scores of 120-108 twice and 119-109. “I started walking him down because I saw that he had been slowing down,” said Fulton. “I feel like the more I kept boxing, the more I just got a little tired of boxing. Me trying to walk forward to him wasn’t going to happen all the time, but I definitely saw him slowing down. I wanted to stop him but I didn’t get that.” In his post-fight interview with SHOWTIME’s Brian Campbell, Fulton set his sights on an undisputed 122-pound title fight against fellow unified champion Murodjon Akhmadaliev. “You already know what’s next,” said Fulton. “I want M.J. I got to finish this up. But much respect for Danny Roman. Much respect.” ABOUT PRESS CONTACT PRIVACY POLICY TERMS OF USEFOLLOW US: FACEBOOK TWITTER INSTAGRAM YOU TUBE© 2023 BY PREMIER BOXING CHAMPIONS #StephenFulton #FultonRoman #DannyRoman Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Ramirez vs Melendez FULL FIGHT: May 28, 2022 | PBC on Showtime PPV


Hard-hitting contender Eduardo Ramírez defeated Puerto Rico’s Luis Meléndez by way of majority decision in their 10-round super featherweight bout. In the pay-per-view opener, super featherweight contender Eduardo “Zurdito” Ramirez (27-2-3, 12 KOs) edged out a majority decision victory over Puerto Rico’s Luis Melendez (17-2, 13 KOs) in their 10-round showdown."The first few rounds were even, but after that he only had his jab,” said Ramirez. “I was able to hurt him. He tried to win going backwards and that's no way to win.” “I felt I won the fight,” said Melendez. “It’s part of the game. You just have to go back and keep training and just come back better.” The contest was fought evenly throughout, with both fighters building momentum at certain moments, only to have their opponent fire back to keep the action squared. The punch stats reflected the close nature of the fight, with Melendez holding a 193 to 171 edge in punches landed, while Ramirez bested him in accuracy by a 31% to 29% margin. Ramirez had his best moments of the fight pushing Melendez back on the ropes, buoyed by a significant advantage in body shots landed (79-16). Melendez was able to avoid taking too much damage with constant activity and sharp counter uppercuts that temporarily halted Ramirez’s forward momentum. In round eight, Melendez resorted to dropping his hands while on the ropes, in the hopes of catching a hard-charging Ramirez. However, Ramirez would go on to have his biggest advantage in punches landed in that frame (28-19). After a hard-fought round 10 that all three judges scored for Ramirez, he took home the victory with scores of 95-95, 98-92 and 96-94. “I just have to go back to the drawing board and get better,” said Melendez. “I’m still young. I felt I landed the crisper punches and out-boxed him. He never hurt me. Never.” "I want to fight for the world title next,” said Ramirez. “I'm ready for any of the top fighters. I don't shy away from tough challenges." #EduardoRamírez #LuisMelendez #RamirezMelendez Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Lara vs O'Sullivan FULL FIGHT: May 28, 2022 | PBC on Showtime PPV


Two-division world champion Erislandy “The American Dream” Lara defended his WBA Middleweight Title against hard-hitting Irish crowd-pleaser Gary “Spike” O’Sullivan with a RD8 TKO. In the co-main event, Cuban star Erislandy “The American Dream” Lara (29-3-3, 17 KOs) dominated Gary “Spike” O’Sullivan (31-5, 21 KOs) to retain his WBA Middleweight Title via an eighth-round TKO. A two-division champion who landed 54% of his power punches in the bout, Lara waited patiently for his opening against the aggressive O’Sullivan, and broke through for the first time late in round four. He sent O’Sullivan down in the closing moments of the round with a blistering counter left hand that hurt him before dropping him with a straight right hand. “This new style that I’m demonstrating is for all the boxers to show them how I can fight now, just being able to change up,” said Lara. “He was a tough boxer, too. I’m a smart boxer, a slick boxer, that’s what I did tonight. I waited until he attacked and then I did what I had to do to win the fight.” O’Sullivan was again saved by the bell in round five, as Lara hurt him as the round waned with a right hook-straight left combination. Showing the precision that has made him renowned as one of the sport’s most skilled fighters for years, Lara struck again at the end of round seven, wobbling O’Sullivan severely moments before the bell rang. After receiving attention from the ringside physician before round eight, O’Sullivan ran into another straight left hand from Lara early in the round, prompting referee Benjy Esteves to waive off the bout 23 seconds into the frame. “I saw the opening, he was leaving himself open and that’s when the left came in and knocked him down,” said Lara. “I saw in the eighth round he didn’t have any more power and that’s when I stepped up and showed my power.” #ErislandyLara #LaraOSullivan #GaryOSullivan Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Ennis vs Clayton FULL FIGHT: May 15, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


Jaron Ennis makes short work of Custio Clayton, stopping him via impressive knockout in Round 2 of their IBF Welterweight Title Eliminator. In what was supposed to be the toughest test of his career, Jaron “Boots” Ennis again made a mockery of pre-fight expectations, stopping the previously undefeated Custio Clayton via a second-round stoppage in an IBF welterweight title eliminator in the telecast co-feature in another scintillating performance from the Philly fighter. After pushing Clayton back with jabs, Ennis, 24, landed a sweeping right hand to the top of Clayton’s head behind his ear that caused the Canadian to crumple to the canvas. Clayton, a former Olympian known for his durability, tried to get up but was still dizzy from the punch and fell back down again. He finally managed to get to his feet and beat the count, but stumbled into the ropes, causing referee Ray Corona to mercifully wave the fight off at 2:49 of the second round. Following the match, Ennis called out unified champion Errol Spence Jr., who was ringside. Ennis improved to 29-0 with 27 knockouts while Clayton suffered his first defeat, dropping to 19-1-1 with 12 knockouts. “Anybody can get it right now,” Ennis said. “But I’m the IBF No. 1 contender and I think ‘Mr. Big Fish’ is here himself, so it’s time to go fishing,” he said referencing Spence’s nickname. Spence responded, smiling as he commented on another dominant and electric performance from Ennis and another unsuccessful showing from an Ennis opponent. “He’s doing what he’s supposed to do,” Spence told Jim Gray of SHOWTIME. “He’s supposed to call me and everybody out and say I want to fight them. If he wasn’t hungry like that, like the guy he just fought. I don’t feel like he was hungry. I don’t feel like he wanted to fight. “Ennis can fight,” Spence went on. “I’m very high on him. He’s got the right attitude. He’s got the right team behind him with him and his dad. He’s going to go a long way. But I heard him say he wants to reel me in. You might catch something you don’t want so don’t try too hard trying to reel me in.” Ennis, who previously stopped veteran contender Thomas Dulorme in the first round back in October, took control from the opening bell, unleashing a steady diet of jabs to Clayton’s face and body. With Clayton moving backward for the entire round, unable to respond, frozen by Ennis’ speed, the 24-year-old began to open up with rights and lefts while switching from righty to lefty as Clayton covered up. “He had a high guard, so I was trying to come around with the right hook,” Ennis said. “He leaned down and I just threw an overhand. I thought he was going to get up. He’s a durable, tough guy. Nobody has ever stopped him. I thought he was going to get up, but I saw he fell again, so I was like, ‘this is over.’” #JaronEnnis #EnnisClayton #PBC Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Canelo Alvarez vs Caleb Plant FULL FIGHT: November 6, 2021 | Canelo vs Plant


(Nov. 6, 2021) Saul “Canelo” Álvarez, boxing’s biggest superstar and consensus No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter, made history by becoming the first Undisputed Super Middleweight World Champion when he stopped IBF champion Caleb Plant Saturday night live on SHOWTIME PPV in front of 16,586 screaming fans at the sold-out MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. “It hasn’t been easy to get to this point, but with your support, my family and my team we’ve gotten really far,” Álvarez told SHOWTIME’s Jim Gray (through a translator) following the historic victory. “This is for everybody, especially for Mexico. This is another one for our team. We did it tonight.” After months of an intense buildup to the fight and ten rounds of back-and-forth action in the ring, the fight came to a dramatic end in the 11th round. Canelo connected flush on a left hook that signaled the beginning of the end for Plant, who fought valiantly in his pay-per-view main event debut. Canelo (57-1-2, 39 KOs) followed up the left hook with a huge right uppercut that sent Plant to the canvas for the first time in his career. Plant (21-1, 12 KOs) returned to his feet, but was never able to recover. Canelo pounced on his injured opponent, unleashing a barrage of power shots that again floored Plant. This time, referee Russell Mora stepped in to put an end to the action at 1:05 of the 11th. “Caleb is a good fighter,” said Canelo, who shared words of encouragement for his opponent in the ring following the fight. “I have a lot of respect for Caleb Plant. He was a difficult opponent with a lot of ability and I do respect him. We are both men at the end of the day. He wanted to fight me and still continue. I told him there’s no shame. We had a great fight tonight.” The future Hall of Famer Canelo, 31, already a four-division world champion, slowly broke Plant down over the course of the fight with a steady diet of body shots. 53 of his 117 landed punches were to the body and he landed 40 percent of his power shots. Canelo closed the show landing 9 of 14 power shots in the 11th round. It was a history-making night for boxing’s biggest star. In addition to becoming the first undisputed 168-pound champion in history, he became just the sixth male undisputed champion in the four-belt era and the first undisputed Mexican fighter in history. “This means so much for the history of Mexico to become an undisputed champion,” he said. “There are only six undisputed champions in history. It keeps me happy and very motivated to be one of the six.” #CalebPlant #Canelo #CaneloPlant Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Ramos vs SantaMaria FULL FIGHT: May 28, 2022 | PBC on Showtime PPV


Sensational young star Jesús “Mono” Ramos protects his unbeaten record by defeating rugged super welterweight Luke Santamaría by way of unanimous decision in a 10-round showdown. The telecast also saw rising star Jesus “Mono” Ramos (19-0, 15 KOs) earn a unanimous decision over rugged battler Luke Santamaria (13-3-1, 7 KOs) by scores of 98-92 and 97-93 twice in their 10-round super welterweight attraction. The 21-year-old Ramos was able to impose his size advantage from the outset, pushing Santamaria backwards and forcing him to fight off the ropes for much of the fight. With the victory, Ramos was able to avenge his uncle Abel Ramos, who lost to Santamaria in February. “Yes of course it was important to avenge my uncle’s loss,” said Ramos. “It wasn’t the way we wanted to win, but I think it takes two to tango and tonight I was the one who wanted to fight. I’m not really satisfied. I could have done a lot better but like I said, it takes two to tango and tonight Santamaria didn’t want to fight.” “I thought it was closer than that, I thought we got the win,” said Santamaria. “Unfortunately, it didn’t go our way. I moved up in weight. I thought he was going to be stronger than that. I thought we did enough to win the fight.” Fighting at the 154-pound limit for the first time since his second pro fight, Santamaria came into this bout off of back-to-back upset victories over Abel Ramos and Devon Alexander, and had strong moments in the fight countering his imposing opponent. Although Santamaria had an advantage in punches thrown (660-625), it was Ramos who held the lead in punches landed (158-142) and accuracy (25% to 22%). “I could have pressed a little more, gone to the body a little more, but he was kind of slippery in there,” said Ramos. “I didn’t want to risk anything because he would counter so I was trying to stay composed and stay at my distance.” “The plan was to box him and to get him tired and it was working,” said Santamaria. “I thought it worked. He never hurt me, never felt his power. I was good. I thought he was going to be tough. I’m just as tough as they come.” Ramos clinched the victory with a strong performance in the closing rounds, eventually earning the decision as he looks to continue improving and rising up the rankings as a top young contender. "I want whoever they want to put in front of me,” said Ramos. “We're going to keep going forward and take whatever fight my team thinks is best for me. He won some rounds because I let him work a little too much, but we're going to keep getting better and grow from this.” #JesusRamos #RamosSantaMaria #LukeSantaMaria Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Davis vs Romero FULL FIGHT: May 28, 2022 | PBC on Showtime PPV


Boxing superstar and five-time, three-division world champion Gervonta "Tank" Davis defeats the outspoken Rolando Romero by RD6 TKO. Five-time world champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis, boxing’s hottest young attraction, added to his fast-growing highlight reel and retained his WBA Lightweight Title with a sensational knockout victory over previously unbeaten Rolando Romero. For Davis, it was a return to the venue where he won his first world title via a star-making 2017 KO of Jose Pedraza. Saturday’s event was the highest grossing and most attended (18,970) boxing event in the venue’s history. “We did it again in New York City baby,” said Davis. “Thank you New York City. I won my first belt here and it was great to come back to Brooklyn and do it again.” The fierce rivals finally settled their war of words in the ring in a highly-anticipated event, although the early rounds saw the fighters largely feeling each other out. Davis (27-0, 25 KOs), a three-division world champion, showed off his movement and boxing abilities through those rounds, while Romero (14-1, 12 KOs), who promised a first-round knockout, was unable to hurt Davis despite pushing the pace initially. “He was strong for sure but there were a couple shots that I was getting warmed up with and he caught me and I was like, ‘I can’t sit with him just yet,’” said Davis. “I know when to take it to my opponents and when to chill out. There was someone in the crowd and they were telling me to press forward and I was like, not yet. I got to loosen him up a little more.” In round six, Davis gave his legions of loyal fans what they had come out to see, landing the decisive blow as he had guaranteed in the pre-fight build-up. Davis closed the show with a fierce counter left hook that sent Romero face first into the ropes and onto the mat. “The crazy thing is that I didn’t even throw it that hard,” said Davis. “He just ran into it. He just ran into it. Something like when Manny Pacquiao got caught. I didn’t even throw it that hard and he’s the one who ran into it, when he was talking that it was going to be me.” While Romero was able to rise to his feet, referee David Fields had seen enough and waived off the action 2:49 into the round. The fight was fairly even statistically, with Davis only out-landing Romero 25-22, but with a significant edge in punch accuracy (30% to 19%) according to CompuBox. After the fight, Romero stated his intention on a rematch, while Davis thanked Romero for accepting the fight. “I want the fight again,” said Romero. “I exposed him and won every single round. I jumped into something and ate a stupid shot.” “I was thinking as this interview was coming up and as much as I wanted to be cocky, but I want to thank ‘Rolly,’” said Davis. “I want to thank his team. We settled it like men inside the ring. I wish him the best in the future.” #GervontaDavis #DavisRomero #RollyRomero Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Nunez vs Fierro FULL FIGHT: May 21, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


Luis Nunez retains his unblemished record and improves to 17-0 following his unanimous decision win over Jonathan Fierro in their 10-round featherweight bout. Rising Dominican prospect Luis “The Twist” Núñez danced his way to a unanimous decision over fellow unbeaten Jonathan Fierro in an exciting and close 10-round featherweight bout in the SHOWTIME opener. The scores were 96-94 in favor of Núñez on all three judges’ scorecards. The 22-year-old Núñez (17-0, 12 KOs) landed 44 percent of his power punches along with 47 body punches as the game 18-year-old Fierro (13-1, 12 KOs) from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, tasted defeat for the first time in his young career. “I kept my distance, hit him when I had to and built up my equity round by round,” said Núñez. “Now, I’m ready for anybody they want to put in front of me next. Bring them on!” Núñez, who is promoted by Sampson Lewkowicz, was victorious over his third-straight undefeated fighter. He had won his two previous fights on the popular prospect series SHOBOX: The New Generation®. It was a fight marred by several clash of heads that cut both fighters but didn’t do major damage and ultimately didn’t have an effect on the outcome. “I felt I beat him,” said Fierro, who went to the body early on and used his left jab effectively throughout the fight. “The ref was clearly on his side – constantly interrupting the fight. I would have knocked him out, otherwise.” #LuisNunez #NunezFierro #JonathanFierro Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

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Don't miss the David Benavidez vs Caleb Plant GRUDGE MATCH! Order it now on Showtime PPV: 🤍 #CalebPlant #DavidBenavidez #BenavidezPlant 𝗚𝗮𝗺𝗯𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗯𝗹𝗲𝗺? 𝗖𝗮𝗹𝗹 (𝟴𝟬𝟬) 𝟯𝟮𝟳-𝟱𝟬𝟱𝟬 𝗼𝗿 𝘃𝗶𝘀𝗶𝘁 𝗴𝗮𝗺𝗯𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴𝗵𝗲𝗹𝗽𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗲𝗺𝗮.𝗼𝗿𝗴 (𝗠𝗔), 𝗖𝗮𝗹𝗹 𝟴𝟳𝟳-𝟴-𝗛𝗢𝗣𝗘𝗡𝗬/𝘁𝗲𝘅𝘁 𝗛𝗢𝗣𝗘𝗡𝗬 (𝟰𝟲𝟳𝟯𝟲𝟵) (𝗡𝗬). 𝗜𝗳 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗼𝗿 𝘀𝗼𝗺𝗲𝗼𝗻𝗲 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗸𝗻𝗼𝘄 𝗵𝗮𝘀 𝗮 𝗴𝗮𝗺𝗯𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗽𝗿𝗼𝗯𝗹𝗲𝗺, 𝗰𝗿𝗶𝘀𝗶𝘀 𝗰𝗼𝘂𝗻𝘀𝗲𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗿𝗲𝗳𝗲𝗿𝗿𝗮𝗹 𝘀𝗲𝗿𝘃𝗶𝗰𝗲𝘀 𝗰𝗮𝗻 𝗯𝗲 𝗮𝗰𝗰𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗲𝗱 𝗯𝘆 𝗰𝗮𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝟭-𝟴𝟬𝟬-𝗚𝗔𝗠𝗕𝗟𝗘𝗥 (𝟭-𝟴𝟬𝟬-𝟰𝟮𝟲-𝟮𝟱𝟯𝟳) (𝗖𝗢/𝗜𝗟/𝗜𝗡/𝗟𝗔/𝗠𝗗/𝗠𝗜/𝗡𝗝/𝗢𝗛/𝗣𝗔/𝗧𝗡/𝗪𝗩/𝗪𝗬), 𝟭-𝟴𝟬𝟬-𝗡𝗘𝗫𝗧 𝗦𝗧𝗘𝗣 (𝗔𝗭), 𝟭-𝟴𝟬𝟬-𝟱𝟮𝟮-𝟰𝟳𝟬𝟬 (𝗞𝗦/𝗡𝗛), 𝟴𝟴𝟴-𝟳𝟴𝟵-𝟳𝟳𝟳𝟳/𝘃𝗶𝘀𝗶𝘁 𝗰𝗰𝗽𝗴.𝗼𝗿𝗴 (𝗖𝗧), 𝟭-𝟴𝟬𝟬-𝗕𝗘𝗧𝗦 𝗢𝗙𝗙 (𝗜𝗔), 𝘃𝗶𝘀𝗶𝘁 𝗢𝗣𝗚𝗥.𝗼𝗿𝗴 (𝗢𝗥), 𝗼𝗿 𝟭-𝟴𝟴𝟴-𝟱𝟯𝟮-𝟯𝟱𝟬𝟬 (𝗩𝗔). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MD/MI/NJ/NY/OH/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Void in MA/NH/OR/ONT. Eligibility restrictions apply. Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pre-fight moneyline bet. Bet must win. $150 issued as six (6) $25 bonus bets. Bonus Bets are non-cashable and cannot be withdrawn. Bonus bets must be wagered 1x and stake is not included in any returns or winnings. Bonus Bets expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. Promotional offer period ends 3/25/23 at 11:59PM ET. See terms at On behalf of Boot Hill Casino & Resort (KS). Sponsored by DK. Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Russell vs Magsayo FULL FIGHT: January 22, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


Unbeaten Mark Magsayo defeated longtime champion Gary Russell Jr. by majority decision Saturday night to capture the WBC Featherweight World Championship in the SHOWTIME main event from Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J. in a Premier Boxing Champions event. “This is my dream come true,” said Magsayo. “Ever since I was a kid, this was my dream. I’m so proud that I’m a champion now. Thank you so much to the Filipino fans for the support.” A protégé of Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao, Magsayo (24-0, 16 KOs) was able to end the reign of boxing’s longest male world champion by defeating Russell (31-2, 18 KOs) across 12 hard-fought rounds. Magsayo was able to use his size advantage to lean on Russell throughout the fight, and benefited from an apparent injury that Russell suffered to his right shoulder in round four. “I believe I have a torn tendon in my right shoulder,” said Russell. “I haven’t competed in almost two years. This is what true champions do. I wanted to step into the ring and display my superiority regardless of the injury. “I hurt the shoulder about two weeks ago,” continued Russell. “But I went through with the fight because I’m a true champion and this is what warriors do. I’m going to fight regardless of what the situation is. I refuse to not compete and display my skillsets to my fans and the people that came out to show support and love. Please believe that I will be back. I still want these fights.” “I knew that he was hurt in round four,” said Magsayo. “I took advantage of it because he was only using one hand. This was my opportunity to follow through. My coach was telling me to use good combinations and follow through. He said this is your chance to become a champion and now I am a champion.” Russell appeared to injure the shoulder throwing a short right hand and immediately winced in pain and retreated from the action. Russell was able to re-adjust his game plan and had success focusing solely on variations of his left hand. The Freddie Roach-trained Magsayo was able to land 41% of his power shots in the contest, a significant improvement from the 28% clip that Russell’s previous eight opponents had connected at, according to CompuBox. Russell was limited to just 64 jabs thrown, and was out-landed 150 to 69. Magsayo continued to put the pressure on in the later rounds and was able to ride that activity to victory, including an attack that nearly dropped Russell late in round 10, thrilling the Filipino fans in attendance. At the end of the 12 rounds, Magsayo edged the decision on the judges’ cards with a 114-114 score overruled by two judges seeing the bout 115-113 for Magsayo. After the fight, Russell indicated that he believed he still won the fight, while Magsayo left open the possibility of a rematch. “I believed in my skillset and what I bring into the ring,” said Russell. “I felt like I still won the fight to be honest. Hell yeah I want a rematch. Would he want a rematch? That’s the question.” “It’s up to my promotional team,” said Magsayo when asked about a potential rematch. “But I’m willing to fight anybody. I’m the champion now!” #GaryRussellJr #MarkMagsayo #RussellMagsayo Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

2018 Boxing Upfront | SHOWTIME Sports & Premier Boxing Champions


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Coffie vs Rice FULL FIGHT: July 31 - 2021 | PBC on FOX


Heavyweight Jonnie Rice (14-6-1, 10 KOs) scored a technical knockout over previously unbeaten Michael Coffie (12-1, 9 KOs) in the main event of FOX PBC Fight Night and on FOX Deportes Saturday night from Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Referee Eric Dali called a stop to the action at the 2:19 mark of the fifth round. "Honestly, I didn’t expect to overwhelm Coffie like that,” said Rice. “I knew Michael Coffie from his fights, but not because he had a great record but because he was a sparring partner for Deontay Wilder. In my head, I played the little game that I was Luis Ortiz's sparring partner for his second fight against Wilder. So technically it was Luis Ortiz's vs. Deontay Wilder's sparring partners. We're going to see what happens. I was playing with that in my head. I had to fight a little bit like Deontay Wilder and then a little bit different. That’s what the game plan was." Coffie was originally scheduled to face longtime heavyweight contender Gerald Washington, but Washington tested positive for Covid-19 and Rice came in as Washington’s replacement. "I wasn't a late replacement,” added Rice. “I was waiting for an opportunity. We replaced someone, but we weren’t late. We were right on time. I was training every day. I was training with Michael Hunter. I did 20 rounds, 10 and 10 last Friday before I got the call. So when I got the call, I was ready.” Rice concluded, “I want it all. I want what every boxer wants. I want to be world champion. I understand that my record doesn't say that, but I want the world to watch my progress. I’m not in the right mind to be calling people out. I’m just going to be ready for the opportunity and when it comes I’m going to answer the call. I’m going to get as much money for it as I can. And you know one thing, I’m going to put on a show." #MichaelCoffie #JonathanRice #CoffieRice Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Davis vs Nunez FULL FIGHT: July 27, 2019 | PBC on Showtime


The hard-hitting, undefeated World Super Featherweight Champion Gervonta Davis powered through Ricardo Nunez with a series of power shots in the second round to KO his opponent. Davis showed some poise in his homecoming title defense. Nunez brushed him with a little right elbow as they walked by each other after the first round ended Saturday night before a sellout of 14,686 at the Royal Farms Arena. Davis turned with a smirk, as if he suddenly noticed he was in a fight. Then “Tank” steamrolled him, pummeling Nunez and forcing referee Harvey Dock to stop the fight at 1:33 of the second round to retain his WBA super featherweight title. Davis (22-0, 21 KOs) landed two big lefts, then a right that throttled Nunez backwards. Dock stepped in immediately before chancing whether Nunez (21-3, 19 KOs) could continue. “I saw (Nunez) get hit with a couple of big shots, and I decided to stop it,” Dock said. “I thought Nunez was defenseless at that point—and he was. Tank punched him and he kept on coming. Nunez dropped his hands and he was unable to defend himself so I have to stop the fight.” As for Davis, he couldn’t have been more pleased. He spoke about going after more titles, namely IBF 130-pound champ Tevin Farmer. But mostly, he was happy he was able to put on a show for his hometown. “It’s amazing to fight in front of my fans and friends,” Davis said. “It’s not only a win for me, but a win for Baltimore. He wasn’t ready at all times. I took advantage and I took the shot. I caught him with a good shot. I’m only 24 and I’m growing every day. I’m learning and progressing, I’m working.” If he’s a work in progress, the finished product might be downright scary. In the first, Davis unveiled his long, sharp jab. The southpaw showed great patience, considering all of the emotion charging the Royal Farms Arena. When the bell ended the round, Nunez threw out a nudge at the hometown guy as he walked back to his corner. That seemed to grab Davis’ attention. Moments later, it was all over. “I caught him with a really nice shot. That was it,” Davis said. “I have the WBA belt and I had the IBF. I want Farmer next. Tevin Farmer fought tonight and that fight can be made.” It began with a flush left cross, followed by several more that snapped Nunez’s head back. Dock stepped in as the challenger sagged against the ropes. Said Floyd Mayweather, who promotes Davis from his Mayweather Promotions outfit, “Tank is an unbelievable fighter. He’s something special. This is a pay-per-view star. He has the charisma and the will to win. He has a big heart and has a great team behind him.” #GervontaDavis #DavisNunez #RicardoNumez Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Fulton vs Figueroa FULL FIGHT: November 27, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


Undefeated 122-pound world champion “Cool Boy Steph” Fulton Jr. successfully challenges former WBC Champion Brandon Figueroa and secures the unified Super Bantamweight World Championship. In a non-stop action fight between undefeated super bantamweight world champions, Stephen Fulton Jr. unified WBO and WBC titles with a majority decision victory over Brandon Figueroa live on SHOWTIME Saturday night in a Premier Boxing Champions event from Dolby Live at Park MGM in Las Vegas. This showdown was set up earlier this year with each fighter capturing a world title by defeating an undefeated opponent, as Fulton (20-0, 8 KOs) bested Angelo Leo in January to capture the WBO belt, while Figueroa (22-1-1, 17 KOs) stopped Luis Nery in May to earn his WBC title. The two champions put on a memorable display, combining to throw over 1,700 punches across 12 rounds according to CompuBox. "I was catching him in between every shot he was throwing,” said Fulton. “He was making it sloppy and rough.” "I hurt him like five or six times,” said Figueroa. “I put the pressure on for the whole 12 rounds, landed the cleaner shots and hurt him. I thought I only lost four rounds at the most.” In a surefire “Fight of the Year” contender, it was Figueroa’s activity (1,060 punches thrown) against Fulton’s accuracy (37% connect rate) squaring off throughout a narrow fight in which neither man was able to sustain momentum for long. In rounds four through seven, the fighters were separated by just two punches landed (103 to 101 for Figueroa). "I was landing a lot of clean shots,” said Fulton. “He was throwing wild shots that the fans were enjoying, but he was hitting my arms a lot.” In a memorable sixth frame, each fighter landed nothing but power shots with Figueroa connecting on 36 to Fulton’s 34. In a frantic 10th round, Figueroa looked to have Fulton hurt after numerous flurries of power punches. However, Fulton was able to recover in the final two rounds to win both the 11th and 12th on two judges’ cards. That final push helped Fulton hold on with the score of 116-112 from two judges overruling a 114-114 card. After the fight, both fighters believed they had done enough to win and were open to battling again in a rematch. "It was an amazing experience,” said Fulton. “The judges made their decision and we can run it back." "It was the robbery of the year,” said Figueroa. “The fans who watched this live know who won. I always come to fight and I did that all night." #FultonFigueroa #FigueroaFulton #StephenFulton Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Davis vs Garcia HIGHLIGHTS: January 7, 2023 | PBC on Showtime PPV


Boxing superstar and five-time world champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis sent a sold out crowd in the nation’s capital home happy with another memorable victory as he displayed his skills and then stopped featherweight champion Hector Luis Garcia in the ninth round Saturday night headlining live on SHOWTIME PPV from Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions. The Baltimore-native Davis delighted the 19,731 fans in attendance as he methodically broke down the previously unbeaten Garcia, before hurting him badly with his vaunted left hand late in the eighth round. Visibly shaken on his way back to the corner, Garcia stayed on his stool as the bell for round nine rang. Moments later, his trainer Bob Santos advised referee Albert Earl Brown to stop the fight, with the official stoppage coming 13 seconds into round nine. “I was a little surprised he didn’t come out,” said Davis. “But I knew he was hurt bad but he’s a fighter and he didn’t want to show it. I knew he was hurt though.” “When I got the shot to my head in the final round, that’s when I couldn’t see from my eye,” said Garcia, who owns the WBA Super Featherweight World Title. “I didn’t know where I was when he hit me with that shot. My vision is back but my head still hurts. I couldn’t see from my right eye. It was going well up until that point. I was picking my shots.” The two champions jockeyed for position over the first three rounds before Davis got the fans back on their feet with a series of hard power shots late in round four. Garcia displayed a solid straight left hand that he employed to counter the speed of Davis’ jabs, and was the busier fighter according to CompuBox, throwing 345 punches to Davis’ 239. However, it was Davis’ effective and efficient attack, which built as the fight went on, that helped him take control of the fight. After landing only four power punches in the first three rounds, Davis connected on 69 in rounds four through eight. “I wasn’t throwing a lot of shots in the beginning because I was trying to beat him mentally,” said Davis. “I was trying to trick him with my hands and my eyes and things like that because he’s a tough fighter. I had to bait him.” The victory was Davis’ fifth successful defense of his WBA Lightweight Title, and one that the judges saw him in control of throughout, as he led 79-73 on two cards and 78-74 on the third. After the fight, Davis sent a message to his fellow unbeaten rival Ryan Garcia, as the two near a previously announced blockbuster clash this spring. “God willing I’m ready for the fight with Ryan Garcia,” said Davis. “It’s scheduled for April. I’m here. He’s been training. He’s been talking. And let’s see who’s really about that.” In the co-main event, rising welterweight star Jaron “Boots” Ennis (30-0, 27 KOs) cruised to a unanimous decision over Karen Chukhadzhian (21-2, 11 KOs) to earn the vacant Interim IBF Welterweight Title after going 12 rounds for the first time by the score of 120-108 three times. “I learned to just take my time and to not rush anything,” said Ennis. “I’m glad I went 12 rounds. It felt great. I felt I was in the best shape. I just needed to throw a little more punches. I should have got him out of there.” #DavisGarcia #GervontaDavis #HectorGarcia Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Lee vs Heraldez FULL FIGHT: December 11, 2021 | PBC on Showtime


Unbeaten rising contender Brandun Lee (24-0, 22 KOs) delivered a spectacular seventh-round knockout over Juan Heraldez (16-2-1, 10 KOs) with a devastating straight right hand that ended their welterweight clash, marking the first time Lee has gone past four rounds as a pro. "I have to watch the fight back but my dad (trainer Bobby Lee) didn't like my performance,” said Lee. “He's a perfectionist. Everyone here thought I would take Juan out earlier, but I wanted to show everyone I can box.” The 22-year-old was impressive from the outset, landing a powerful stunning overhand right on Heraldez in round one that set the tone for the rest of the fight. Heraldez was able to have moments of success with counter left hooks and attempted to keep the powerful Lee away from him with jabs, throwing 129 throughout the fight. After several closer rounds following the first, Lee began to pick up the pace again in round five, mixing in a body attack that quickly opened up Heraldez’s head for more power punches. By round seven, Lee had full control of the bout and was able to land the decisive blow, distracting Heraldez with a left hand before firing the straight right hand that put Heraldez down. "I kept seeing that Juan was moving to his right and my right hand was coming up short,” said Lee. “So I knew I had to jab and box him and make him forget about that right hand. Then I made the adjustment in the seventh round and got him out of there.” Referee Gerard White eventually waved off the count, halting the contest at 2:11 into the seventh round. This victory marked 15 consecutive knockouts for Lee as he continues his rise toward a possible world title shot. "I’m ready for anyone,” said Lee. “It's ultimately up to my team, but I say bring them on." #BrandunLee #LeeHeraldez #PBC Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Mike Tyson (USA) vs Evander Holyfield (USA) | KNOCKOUT, BOXING fight, HD


Professional american heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson (45–1, 39 KO - pre-fight record) against skilled and strong undisputed champion at cruiserweight in the late and at heavyweight Evander Holyfield (32–3, 23 KO - pre-fight record). Fight took place in MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada, at November 9, 1996. Spectacular boxing fight, HD. Mike Tyson (USA) vs Evander Holyfield (USA) | KNOCKOUT, BOXING fight, HD HIGHLIGHTS Subscribe! #Tyson #Holyfield #Knockout #Boxing #USA #MikeTyson

Gonzalez vs Rivera FULL FIGHT: May 14, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


After 10 high-action rounds, Kevin Gonzalez retains his unblemished record with a unanimous decision win over rugged Emanuel Rivera in their super bantamweight bout. In an all-action fight from the opening bell in which over a thousand punches were thrown, Kevin González made a successful U.S. debut, winning a unanimous decision against tough Emanuel Rivera over 10 rounds at super bantamweight in the SHOWTIME opener. The 24-year-old González displayed boxing skills and power to remain undefeated in an entertaining skirmish. Mexico’s González won by scores of 96-94, 97-93 and 98-92 to move his record to 25-0-1 (13 KOs) while Puerto Rico’s Rivera, 32, dropped to 19-3 (12 KOs) in a contest of southpaws. “Rivera was a quality opponent,” González said. “He and I had a classic Mexican versus Puerto Rican war and I hope that the fans enjoyed it. Bring on all the champions. I’m going to fight as soon as my promoter tells me to, in order to become the world champion I want to be.” Despite landing the harder shots and crisper combinations, González still had to overcome an opponent who bloodied his nose in the second, cut his lip in the third and bloodied his eye in the seventh from a series of jabs and winging shots after he tried to wage the bout on the inside. González adjusted his attack and had success boxing Rivera and moving around the ring in the fourth, peppering him with rights and lefts. But Rivera, who took a four-year break from the sport in 2017 after losing to Nate Green, answered with a pair of short rights in the fourth to battle back. The fight heated up in the sixth as both began to wing hard shots. Rivera landed a roundhouse right flush midway through the round; González responded by stunning him with a hard right hand in the final minute that made Rivera stumble backwards. González ripped a multi-punch combination midway through the tenth that went unanswered, but Rivera dug a right to the body in the final minute that slowed González down and he followed it up with some volleys of his own. However, it was González who emerged victorious after a fun scuffle. #KevinGonzalez #EmanuelRivera #GonzalezRivera Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

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Ramos vs Spencer HIGHLIGHTS: March 25, 2023 | PBC on Showtime PPV


In the Benavidez vs Plant co-main event, 22-year-old rising star Jesus “Mono” Ramos (20-0, 16 KOs) delivered a dominating performance over a fellow unbeaten young contender, stopping Joey Spencer (16-1, 10 KOs) in the seventh-round of their super welterweight contest. The fight was officially called at 1:25 of round seven when Spencer’s corner indicated to referee Tony Weeks that they were halting the fight. “I felt like I looked real good,” said Ramos. “I showed some angles. After the first round knockdown, I got a little carried away with my power a little bit so I took some time to start working on everything that we practiced in the gym.” Ramos started the fight in spectacular fashion, weathering early pressure from Spencer to land a thunderous short left hook that put Spencer down in round one. Ramos’ power-punching was the key factor in the fight as he outpaced Spencer 147 to 47 in power punches. Spencer stayed game throughout the contest, standing his ground on the inside and landing his fair share of power shots that snapped Ramos’ head back but did little to deter Ramos’ onslaught. Across the last three rounds of the fight Ramos out landed Spencer at a staggering 71-14 rate. “Ever since the knockdown I was looking for that punch for two or three rounds and my dad told me to box him behind the jab,” said Ramos. “I started doing that more and I started to land more shots and started to do better and follow the game plan.” Midway through round seven, as Ramos continued to pour on an unrelenting and varied attack, Spencer’s corner, led by his father and trainer Jason Spencer, waved the towel to prompt the referee to end the fight. After the two young combatants showed respect post fight, Ramos expressed his desire to continue facing serious competition in the stacked 154-pound division. “I want to thank Joey Spencer for the opportunity,” said Ramos. “He’s a great fighter with a lot of heart. Hopefully we get another fighter like that. It makes for an entertaining night.” #JesusRamos #JoeySpencer #RamosSpencer Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Gomez vs Cota FULL FIGHT: May 21, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


Hard-hitting Cuban prospect Yoelvis Gómez had his knockout streak ended at five, but still dominated Mexico’s Jorge Cota in a 10-round super welterweight co-main event. The scores were 100-90 three times. Now living in Las Vegas, the 24-year-old Gómez (6-0, 5 KOs) went the distance for the first time in his young professional career. He staggered Cota at times with unrelenting body shots and effective power punches. "I wanted to steal the show, but I know that all Mexican fighters are warriors, and Cota was a warrior tonight and was able to take me the distance,” said Gómez, who was fighting for the first time with noted trainer Ismael Salas in his corner. Gómez, the son of an Olympic Gold Medalist, threw almost 100 more jabs than Cota on the night. "I found out today that you have to be ready to go for all 10 rounds,” said Gómez, who had fought just seven rounds in his five pro bouts. “The knockout didn't come tonight, but I was conditioned and prepared to go the distance. "On Monday I'll start up again with my trainer to see what I can do better in my next my fight. Thank you to all the fans tonight, I love Arizona!" The 34-year-old Cota (30-6, 27 KOs) said he was hurt by Gómez’s hard-hitting body shots. “The judges’ decision was what it was, it’s pointless to talk about it now. Yoelvis is a strong fighter and he hit me hard on my left rib, I think he hurt me there. I’ll get some x-rays to see what the damage was. He kept up his consistency and his punching power throughout the entire fight. I was at 50 percent after the rib injury, but credit to him for having fought like he did.” #GomezCota #YoelvisGomez #PBC Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

FULL FIGHT - Anthony Joshua vs. Carlos Takam (Unified Heavyweight Championship Of The World)


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Martinez vs Marrero FULL FIGHT: October 24, 2020 | PBC on Showtime


Undefeated contender Xavier Martínez takes the hard-hitting Claudio "The Matrix" Marrero the distance and walks away victorious via UD in their WBA Super Featherweight Title Eliminator. In the co-main event, unbeaten contender Xavier Martinez (16-0, 11 KOs) survived two knockdowns to win a unanimous decision over Claudio Marrero (24-5, 17 KOs) in their WBA Super Featherweight Title Eliminator. After 12 rounds, all three judges scored the fight for Martinez, by scores of 115-111 and 114-112 twice. The fight featured ebbs and flows, with each man seemingly in control at different times throughout. Sacramento’s Martinez flashed impressive combination punching, punctuating many attacks with a left hook that slowly closed Marrero’s right eye. Representing his native Dominican Republic, Marrero actually held the statistical edge in the fight, out landing Martinez 161 to 128. Marrero seemed to change the tide of the fight in round eight, landing a powerful right hook to the head that dropped Martinez in the first minute of the frame. Marrero followed up with a flurry finished off by a right hook that again dropped Martinez. Despite the two knockdowns, Martinez was able to survive the rest of the round and avoid the hard-charging Marrero. Although he was fighting past the eighth round for the first time in his career, Martinez was able to regain his momentum through the championship rounds to clinch the victory. In the telecast opener, super lightweight contender Subriel Matias (16-1, 16 KOs) scored a TKO victory over Malik Hawkins (18-1, 11 KOs) after six rounds of action. The fight was stopped on the recommendation of the ringside physician prior to the start of the seventh round and is officially scored a TKO one second into the seventh. After Baltimore’s Hawkins won the first round on all three judges’ cards, Matias began to outwork his opponent and consistently land his left hook to the head and body. In round six, Matias knocked down a fading Hawkins with that hook, the first time Hawkins had been down in his career. Matias was the busier fighter from rounds two through six, landing 137 punches to Hawkins’ 94. His left hook also helped him to a 122 to 70 advantage in power punches landed, while swelling the right eye of Hawkins that would lead to the end of the fight. Matias led by the score of 59-54 on all three judges’ cards at the time of the stoppage. #XavierMartínez #ClaudioMarrero #MartinezMarrero Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Ancajas vs Martinez FULL FIGHT: February 26, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


With his promoter, the former two-division champion Marcos Maidana urging him on from ringside, Argentina’s Fernando Martinez punished Jerwin Ancajas over 12 rounds to wrest away his IBF junior bantamweight title via a unanimous decision in a star-making performance in the SHOWTIME telecast opener. After exchanging hugs, handshakes and pleasantries during the final press conference on Thursday, Martinez (14-0, 8 KOs)and Ancajas (33-2-2, 22 KOs) dispensed with the niceness and engaged in an action-packed thriller. But it was Martinez, a fan of Mike Tyson growing up, who delivered the heaviest blows, squaring up to Ancajas and winging lefts and rights to win by scores of 117-11, 118-110 and 118-110. Martinez, whose father died while he was in the amateurs and helped introduce him to boxing, fought back tears as he expressed what the win meant to him. “This moment is so special to me,” said Martinez. “It hurts so much that my father’s not here for this great moment in my life, but I know that he oversaw this. I’m so happy for my corner and for the people who supported me over the years. I want to thank SHOWTIME for their support. I want to thank Jerwin for giving me this opportunity. I am so thankful for this.” Martinez landed 421 power shots , a new division record and 427 total punches, forcing Ancajas to be taken to the hospital as a precaution following the match. “I am so thankful for team Martinez to give me this opportunity to make this fight,” Ancajas said. “Yes, I want the rematch and I’ll do everything to achieve my goal. I learned a lot in this fight and he’s a great challenger.” The two continuously walked through hellacious punches throughout the action. But it was Martinez who hurt Ancajas more than the champion and in between the ninth and tenth rounds, Ancajas’ corner was asking him if he was okay to continue. Ancajas responded by buckling Martinez in the 10th round with a right hand, and he buzzed Martinez again with a straight left only for Martinez to fire back with roundhouse punches of his own in a snapshot of the non-stop action that took place. #JerwinAncajas #FernandoMartinez #AncajasMartinez Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Wilder vs Helenius HIGHLIGHTS: October 15, 2022 | PBC on FOX PPV


Boxing superstar and former longtime heavyweight champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder announced his return in grand fashion Saturday night, blasting out the top-rated Robert “The Nordic Nightmare” Helenius in the first round of their WBC Heavyweight Title Eliminator which headlined a FOX Sports PBC Pay-Per-View from Barclays Center in Brooklyn. In his first fight since an epic trilogy with Tyson Fury, Wilder stepped into the ring for the first time in just over a year and quickly reminded the world why he’s one of the most feared punchers in boxing history. "I set him up,” said Wilder. “I allowed him to reach and when he reached I attacked. It was a great fight. It's been a good camp for me. We worked to make this fun for me. We work at this so much that it can just become a job. We made it fun again. We put in over 700 rounds and it paid off tonight big time.” Headlining at Barclays Center for the fifth time in his career, Wilder added yet another devastating highlight to his resume at the arena in Brooklyn and credited the setting of the fight for adding inspiration leading to his triumph. "It's just amazing to be back in Brooklyn,” said Wilder. "It's like a second home to me. It feels so good to be back. When I got off the plane, I felt the great energy and the love, and that's all I needed.” After a mostly cautious first round, in which Wilder only landed three punches according to CompuBox, Wilder caught a lunging Helenius with a short right hand that has ended the nights of numerous heavyweights over the last decade plus. "It's been a good camp for me,” said Wilder. “We worked to make this fun for me. We work at this so much that it can just become a job. We made it fun again. We put in over 700 rounds and it paid off tonight big time.” Referee Mike Griffin quickly halted the action 2:57 into the round, as Wilder turned his attention toward a second reign as heavyweight world champion. #DeontayWilder #WilderHelenius #RobertHelenius Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Why Premier Boxing Champions Was Forced to Make Errol Spence Jr vs Terence Crawford July 29th!!!


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Morrell vs Falcao HIGHLIGHTS: April 22, 2023 | PBC on Showtime PPV


WBA Super Middleweight Champion David Morrell Jr. (9-0, 8 KOs) delivered a dominant first-round knockout over Olympic Bronze Medalist Yamaguchi Falcao (24-2-1, 10 KOs) to retain his title on the Davis vs Garcia Showtime Boxing PPV undecard.. “I’m so excited,” said Morrell. “This was a big moment and a big night for me, so a knockout in the first round is incredible. I think this is the best moment of my career tonight. It was a big event and I had a good fighter in front of me.” The 25-year-old Cuban phenom made quick work of the usually durable Falcao, who had never been stopped and hadn’t been knocked down since 2018. After wobbling him early, Morrell scored his first knockdown with a right hook that forced Falcao to hold onto the ropes, prompting referee Celestino Ruiz to rule the knockdown. While Falcao was able to rise to his feet, Morrell sensed his moment and delivered an even more powerful right hook that sent Falcao crashing to the mat, with the referee immediately waiving the count 2:22 into the round. As he did in the pre-fight build up, Morrell continued to call for an intriguing super middleweight clash against unbeaten two-time super middleweight champion David “The Mexican Monster” Benavidez. The potential showdown between the 26-year-old Benavidez and Morrell would pit two of the division’s top contenders and exciting young action-fighters against each other in a matchup of unbeatens. “David Benavidez is next,” said Morrell. “Where is he? I want to fight Benavidez. He’s next, 100%. I don’t want any other guys at 168-pounds. Just Benavidez. I respect Benavidez and his team, but inside the ring, I don’t respect anything.” #DavidMorrell #MorrellFalcao #DavisGarcia Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Gervonta Davis MEDIA WORKOUT | #DavisGarcia


DON'T WAIT! Buy #DavisGarcia on PPV NOW and be ready for fight night on April 22: 🤍 Undefeated five-time, three-division world champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis will hold a media workout in Las Vegas ahead of his long awaited clash against hard-hitting sensation “King” Ryan Garcia taking place Saturday, April 22 headlining live on pay-per-view from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions. Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Crowley vs Ramos HIGHLIGHTS: March 25, 2023 | PBC on Showtime


Unbeaten welterweight contender Cody Crowley (22-0, 9 KOs) grinded out a hard fought majority decision over Abel Ramos (27-6-2, 21 KOs) in a 12-round WBC Title Eliminator. With final scores of 114-114, 115-113 and 116-112, the difference in the fight turned out to be an 11th round knockdown for Ramos that was later overturned after a replay review by the Nevada State Athletic Commission before the 12th round. “I knew it wasn’t a knockdown but they started counting,” said Crowley, who earned the victory on his 30th birthday Saturday night. “That’s why we have the review.” “It was a good fight against a tough opponent, just like we expected, but I feel that I was robbed with that knockdown,” said Ramos. “The ref told us that they were going to review it, and I guess it’s a technicality, but he went down. It’s like when the rope catches you. They call that a knockdown. So why wouldn’t this be?” Crowley, who was fighting in honor of his late father who took his own life last year and who was raising money for suicide prevention leading into the fight, followed through on his promise from the event buildup and immediately began crowding Ramos relentlessly beginning in round two. Throughout the fight the two fighters combined to throw nearly 1,000 power punches. “He was tougher than I thought,” said Crowley. “He’s a veteran for a reason. He’s been in some exciting fights and he knows how to sit down and brace for the shots and he knows how to throw the Hail Mary’s. Hell of a fight. Hats off to Ramos. I prayed for him to have a good sleep so he could come out and have a good performance and I think he slept like a baby last night.” Despite the pressure, Ramos continued to grind and throw counter power shots to Crowley’s body and head in hopes of breaking down his aggressive opponent. After struggling to find an effective distance for much of the fight, Ramos appeared to find that range in round 10. Midway through round 11, Ramos connected on a counter right hand that buckled Crowley. Following up moments later, Ramos landed another powerful right hand that hurt Crowley in what was initially ruled a knockdown by referee Robert Hoyle, who thought that Crowley’s glove had hit the canvas. “At first, I felt that he was getting tired so I wanted to try to catch him on the inside,” said Ramos. “But that’s what he wanted. He started headbutting and pushing me a lot. We got away from that but I think we did it a little bit too late. Once we made the adjustment and started moving around and using our distance, that’s when I caught him with that shot and knocked him down.” Following the commission review between rounds, the knockdown was removed from the scorecards moments before the bell rang for round 12. After securing the victory, Crowley again offered inspirational words as he had throughout the lead up to fight night. “For anyone who’s thinking of taking their own life and doesn’t want to be here, I’m proof that you can keep fighting and you will win,” said Crowley. “I worked my whole entire life for this opportunity. The last few years, I didn’t want to live because I couldn’t get my shot, fights been getting canceled. I’ve been training since July. I’ve been broke. I wanted to take my own life and I didn’t and my dad did. And if it wasn’t for him I wouldn’t be here today.. Now, I’m the No. 1 mandatory for the WBC and I’ve earned my title shot. Within 12 months, I’ll be fighting for the WBC title.” #CodyCrowley #AbelRamos #CrowleyRamos Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Hard To Believe... Sabastian Fundora-The 6'6 Giant Is The Next Boxing Champ?


Here, we look at a wrecking ball of a super welterweight who has made a name for himself in the sport of boxing thanks to his incredible height and cool head under pressure.

Rivera vs Martin HIGHLIGHTS: December 17, 2022 | PBC on Showtime


What was considered a 50-50 clash beforehand turned into a one-sided affair as the undefeated Martin hands Rivera his first loss Saturday night in a PBC main event on SHOWTIME. Undefeated top contender Frank “The Ghost” Martin dominated from start to finish in winning a unanimous decision over the previously unbeaten Michel “La Zarza Ali” Rivera in a WBA Lightweight Title Eliminator. "This is just what I do,” said Martin, who won by scores of 120-107, 118-109 and 117-110. “I felt good tonight. There were some things that I saw in there that I didn't capitalize on, but we went in there and got the job done. My corner was telling me to stay on the outside, watch out for the right hand and work the game plan. I was using my legs and I could have done it a lot more. It worked for us tonight, but there's a lot of room for improvement and we're going to keep working.” In a star-making performance, the 27-year-old Martin (25-0, 14 KOs) controlled the action throughout, showing superior speed and boxing acumen, as he quickly closed down the reach advantage held by Rivera. Promoted by unified welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. and coached by top trainer Derrick James, Martin has put himself into a primes position in the star-studded 135-pound division. "It's a blessing to be in the gym with Errol and [undisputed 154-pound champion] Jermell [Charlo] and they keep me going,” said Martin. “I'm always watching Errol when he's sparring and I'm always asking questions and looking to get better. Seeing champions on top like them, I'm getting nothing but game from them.” The 24-year-old Rivera seemed to struggle with Martin’s southpaw attack, as he continuously ate straight left hands, especially in the early rounds. Rivera had his moments where his length allowed him to land strong straight right hands, but Martin’s footwork routinely allowed him to evade further damage. "I went in there for a win, I didn't come here to lose,” said Rivera. “I was feeling pretty good today, but by round four or five, I think I started to feel the effects of the weight cut. I don't make excuses, but I'm a big guy for the division.” In round seven Martin delivered his signature moment of the fight, putting Rivera down hard with a straight left-right hook combination. Rivera showed mettle in rising to his feet, but Martin kept the attack coming, mixing in even more body shots on his weary opponent. "We believe in 'Man Down',” said Martin. “It’s protect yourself at all times. He got caught slipping and he went down.” “I'm pretty fast, but you have to be faster to fight a guy like this,” said Rivera. “I was too slow tonight. I tried to use my jab to keep him off me. He was the better guy today. I won't take anything away from him. I don't want to learn how to lose. I'm just going to work hard to win again. I don't want losing to feel normal. I work to win." Martin held a statistical advantage according to CompuBox, out-landing Rivera 174 to 67 and connecting on 31% of his shots, compared to 15% for Rivera. The defense from Martin was also key throughout, as he held Rivera below double-digit punches landed in every round. After the fight, Martin set his sights on the rest of the elite 135-pounders. "I just believe in myself and I believe in our team,” said Martin. “We know what we're doing and we're working consistently. We believed in it and believed that we're ready for any of the top fighters, so let us get them. We're ready to eat.” #FrankMartin #MichelRivera #MartinRivera Visit for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: 🤍 FOLLOW US: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Faust vs Kiladze FULL FIGHT : January 1, 2023 | PBC on FOX PPV


The action packed Faust vs Kiladze fight saw five knockdowns in less than two rounds as Viktor Faust (9-0, 7 KOs) remained unbeaten via second-round TKO over a game Iago Kiladze (30-6, 11 KOs). "I felt very confident in the fight,” said Faust. “This was a great win for my career. We have a lot of work ahead of us, but I'm proud of this victory today.” In a wild first round that saw both men hit the canvas, Faust struck first, connecting on a left hook that dropped Kiladze less than a minute into the round. With Faust looking to finish the fight quickly, Kiladze unloaded a missile counter right hand that sent Faust tumbling into the ropes and to the mat. The first round action was not over yet, as Faust would go on to score a second knockdown in the round, again connecting with a clean left hook. In round two, the fireworks continued, with Kiladze striking first via another counter right hand that dropped Faust. Despite the onslaught, Faust was able to return fire once again, landing a left hand-right hook combination that put Kiladze on the mat for the third time in the fight. This time, referee Samuel Burgos waved off the bout at 1:44 into round, ending the fight to the disgust of Kiladze, who pleaded to continue after the fight was called. “The stoppage was definitely unexpected, but from the way things were going, it was inevitable,” said Faust. #FaustKiladze #ViktoFaust #IagoKiladze 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: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Brandon Figueroa vs Mark Magsayo PREVIEW: March 4, 2023 | PBC on SHOWTIME


#FigueroaMagsayo Fight Night Details: 🤍 In a matchup of all-action, high-powered former world champions, hard-hitting star Brandon “The Heartbreaker” Figueroa meets Filipino sensation Mark “Magnifico” Magsayo for the vacant Interim WBC Featherweight Title on Saturday, March 4 live on SHOWTIME from Toyota Arena in Ontario, CA. The SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and will also feature the return of former unified world champion “Swift” Jarrett Hurd as he takes on the power-punching Armando Reséndiz in the 10-round middleweight co-main event. Kicking off the telecast is an intriguing clash of unbeaten young middleweights as Amilcar Vidal and Elijah García meet in a 10-round attraction. 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: 🤍 🤍 🤍

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