Year In Photos: Take A Look Back At Some Of PBC's Top Moments From 2017

Take a look back at some of our top moments of heart, courage, strength and grit from the last 365 days.

Super middleweight world champions James DeGale and Badou Jack pose for a photo after their 168-pound unification stalemate on January 14 in Brooklyn, New York. (Tom Casino/SHOWTIME)
Leo Santa Cruz won back his 126-pound world title in an exciting rematch with Carl Frampton on January 28 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Andy Samuelson/Premier Boxing Champions)
Keith Thurman holds up his two 147-pound titles after defeating Danny Garcia in a unification bout that was the highest-rated primetime boxing broadcast since 1998 on March 4 at Barclays Center in New York. (Amanda Westcott/SHOWTIME)
Shawn Porter celebrates his victory over Andre Berto in a battle of former 147-pound world champions on April 22 in Brooklyn, New York. (Amanda Westcott/SHOWTIME)
Errol Spence Jr. celebrates winning his first world title via a 11th-round KO of Kell Brook on May 27 in Sheffield, England. (Matchroom Boxing)
Adonis Stevenson scored a second-round TKO of Andrzej Fonfara on June 3 in Montreal, Canada. (Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME)
135-pound world champion Robert Easter made two successful title defenses in 2017, including a UD win over Denis Shafikov on June 30 in Easter's hometown of Toledo, Ohio. (Rachel Nearhoof/Premier Boxing Champions)
Three-division world champion had a dominant year, including his UD win over former world champ Adrien Broner on July 29 in Brooklyn, New York. (Ed Diller/DiBella Entertainment)  
David Benavidez's split decision win over Ronald Gavril on September 8 in Las Vegas, Nevada not only made him a world champion—but also the youngest 168-pound champion in boxing history. (Rosie Cohe/SHOWTIME)    
154-pound champ Jermell Charlo (PBC's Fighter of the Year) celebrates his knockout win over previously unbeaten contender Erickson Lubin on October 14 in New York. (Stephanie Trapp/SHOWTIME)
154-pound world champion Jarrett Hurd made a loud statement when he became the first fighter to stop Austin Trout in their October 14 matchup in Brooklyn, New York. (Tom Casino/SHOWTIME)
126-pound champ Abner Mares' technical decision win over Andres Gutierrez on October 14 in Carson, California setup a future title rematch with Leo Santa Cruz. (Andy Samuelson/Premier Boxing Champions)
Deontay Wilder promised to KO Bermane Stiverne in their rematch—and that's exactly what the heavyweight champ did, knocking the Haitian down three times in the first round of their title fight on November 4 in Brooklyn, New York. (Ryan Hafey/Premier Boxing Champions)
Heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder calls out Luis Ortiz for a future fight on December 8 in Miami, Florida. (Dougla DeFelice/Premier Boxing Champions)
Caleb Truax celebrates his shocking upset of James DeGale on December 9 in London, England. (Associated Press)
Former two-division world champon Jessie Vargas was victorious in his PBC debut on December 15 when he shutout Aaron Herrera in Lancaster, California. (Pete Young, Premier Boxing Champions)
A back-and-forth slugest between Southern California's John Molina Jr. and Ivan Redkach on Dec. 15 earned PBC's Round of the Year honors. (Pete Young, Premier Boxing Champions)

From a thrilling shootout between 168-pound world champions James DeGale and Badou Jack in January that settled nothing even though it delivered everything, to 154-pound world champion Jermell Charlo's amazing knockouts and Caleb Truax's unbelievable upset in December—we take a look back behind the lens at some of PBC's top moments of 2017.


For a complete look at all our awards for the best moments and fighters of 2017, visit our Best of PBC 2017 page.