Boxing’s oldest reigning world champion showed he’s not slowing down as he successfully defended his 175-pound title for the ninth time Saturday night.
Highly-competitive contest gave fans in Canada plenty of reason to cheer, just not a conclusive ending.
Long-reigning WBC light heavyweight champion looks to make his ninth title defense against former two-division titleholder tomorrow night on Showtime.
This week on PBC Jabs, 175-pound world champion Adonis "Superman" Stevenson checks in to discuss his game plan for his May 19th title defense against Badou Jack. SPOILER ALERT: He's going for the knockout.
The WBC light heavyweight titleist—currently the second-longest reigning champion in boxing—gets another opportunity to add to his legacy this Saturday night when he faces former two-division title holder Badou Jack on Showtime.
PBC fighters may be stars inside the ring, but they all agree that when it comes to declaring who the true champions are—it's the women who raised them.
Light heavyweight champion's title defense against two-division titleholder at Air Canada Centre in Toronto will be part of a SHOWTIME split-site doubleheader that also features 126-pound champion Gary Russell Jr. defending his belt against undefeated challenger Joseph "JoJo" Diaz Jr. at MGM National Harbor in Maryland.
Unprecedented lineup features 10 marquee events stacked with 12 world champions and 12 title fights over the first six months of 2018.