Pair of former welterweight world champions are facing a must-win situation to secure 147-pound relevancy when they meet in the main of event of PBC on FOX tomorrow night in New York.
Pair of highly-regarded 135-pound prospects each say they are prepared to jump up the next step when they meet tomorrow night in the main event of a PBC on Bounce card from Las Vegas.
Which 135-pound champion emerges victorious from Saturday night's lightweight title unification on Showtime could very well come down to how each titleholder handles Easter's height and reach advantage.
The IBF titleholder plans to put on a show for his fans in Dallas—who haven't seen a homegrown champion defend his world title at home in 50 years—while the unbeaten Mexican challenger insists he's intent on crashing the party.
Pair of 126-pound champions promise to put on a show for their Los Angeles-based fans and believe winner should be proclaimed king of the division.
Once-beaten super lightweight contender Ramirez looks to rebound from his first career loss, while former Dominican champion Mendez wants to prove he has another title run in him when they meet tomorrow night in the main event of PBC on FS1.
WBC featherweight champion says he faces a strong challenge Saturday night on Showtime, but one he plans on passing with flying colors in front of his home fans.
Unbeaten cruiserweight contender Andrew Tabiti says he will put his full arsenal on display when he faces veteran Lateef Kayode tonight on PBC on Bounce from Las Vegas.