SHOWTIME Sports and Premier Boxing Champions announced today a lineup of nine live boxing events featuring 18 undefeated fighters, nine world champions, and eight world championship fights including one world title unification bout. The schedule comprises 22 critical matchups from bantamweight to heavyweight and features some of the biggest stars in the sport today - Gervonta Davis, Leo Santa Cruz, Jermall Charlo, Jermell Charlo, David Benavidez and more. It is the largest collection of world championship boxing announced since the COVID-19 pandemic forced a stoppage of the sport.
Gervonta "Tank" Davis becomes the WBA World Lightweight Champion in his defeat of former unified Featherweight World Champion Yuriorkis Gamboa with RD12 TKO at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on PBC on Showtime December 28, 2019.
Fighter Of The Week: Two-time Super Featherweight World Champ Gervonta Davis returns to the ring Saturday, December 28, when he faces former Unified Featherweight Titleholder Yoriokis Gamboa for the WBA Lightweight Title in a special Holiday tripleheader on Showtime Boxing at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT.
Two-time Super Featherweight World Champion Gervonta "Tank" Davis takes on former unified Featherweight World Champion Yuriorkis Gamboa for the WBA Lightweight Title from State Farm Arena in a special year-end PBC on SHOWTIME event — and the first world title fight in Atlanta since 1998.
America’s youngest reigning World Champion Gervonta "Tank" Davis becomes the first titleholder from Baltimore to make a homecoming defense in nearly 80 years when he defends his WBA 130-pound title vs mandatory challenger Ricardo "Cientifíco" Núñez at Royals Farms Arena and live on SHOWTIME.
Two-time super featherweight champion Gervonta "Tank" Davis will defend his WBA title in a championship homecoming against mandatory challenger Ricardo "Cientifíco" Núñez live on SHOWTIME.
Gervonta "Tank" Davis can call himself a two-time world champion, stopping Jesus Cuellar via third-round TKO to lay claim to the WBA's 130-pound strap.
On February 9, 2019 Super Featherweight World Champion Gervonta “Tank’’ Davis defended his WBA 130-pound title with a first-round KO of former Super Bantamweight titleholder Hugo Ruiz on Showtime.