After waiting five years to avenge his first career defeat, Andre Berto dropped & then stopped Victor Ortiz in thunderous fashion.
This week on PBC Jabs, we hit the ground running with Shawn Porter, head across The Pond to catch up with world champion Lee Selby and see how Andre Berto is making a difference Haiti.
In this episode of PBC Jabs, a couple of boxers take their punches from the ring to social media, former middleweight champion Peter Quillin checks in and we look back at our latest Toe-to-Toe Tuesdays show on Fox Sports 1.
Five years after suffering his first professional loss to Victor Ortiz, Andre Berto got revenge courtesy of a fourth-round knockout.
The April 30, 2016 fight night was packed with knockout action, as fighters hit the canvas one after another.
Andre Berto needed less than four rounds to exact his revenge on Victor Ortiz for his 2011 defeat.
As the rematch five years in the making with Victor Ortiz looms, former welterweight world champion Andre Berto reflects on what went wrong in his preparation that led to his first career defeat in 2011.
Victor Ortiz and Andre Berto battle for bragging rights on April 30, 2016, at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA.