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.
It’s a “Lions Only” takeover as two-time and current WBC World Super Welterweight Champion Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo invades the PBC Podcast this week.
This week on PBC Jabs, we preview our final boxing event of the year and it’s almost time for you to vote for PBC’s moments and fighters of 2018.
This week on PBC Jabs we reveal the details of our latest network TV deal, we take a look at our December 22nd FOX show and we check in with junior middleweight title challenger Tony Harrison.
Despite his upcoming fight with Tony Harrison on December 22, 2018, on FOX, 154-pound world champion Jermell Charlo recently took to Twitter to call out unified champ Jarrett Hurd. Who would win in a battle between these two warriors?
On this episode of PBC Jabs, eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao joins the PBC family, our first Fox show since the announcement of our landmark deal has been revealed, and we check in with WBC Heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder ahead of his December 1st blockbuster showdown with Tyson Fury.
This week on PBC Jabs, we recap our exciting May 26th FS1 show, we preview our June 9th Showtime card and we check in with WBC 154-pound champion Jermell Charlo ahead of his June 9th title defense against Austin Trout.
When WBC Champ Jermell Charlo (30-0, 15 KOs) successfully defended his 154-pound world title against Erickson Lubin (18-1, 13 KOs) with a first-round TKO, no one saw it coming. It was fast, devastating and shocking. If you blinked, you might have missed it at the Barclays Center.