PBC Jabs chats with Shawn Porter following Sept. 8th announcement

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For former welterweight champion Shawn Porter, fighting Danny Swift Garcia on September 8th is more than a fight ... it’s personal.

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PBC Jabs: August 2, 2018

This week on PBC Jabs, we preview our action-packed weekend of shows on August 3rd and August 4th. Plus, “Showtime” Shawn Porter checks in following the recent announcement of Garcia vs Porter on September 8th

On Friday, August 3rd PBC returns to Bounce from Sam’s Town Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. In the main event, rising lightweight  contender Ladarius Miller looks to add to his 7-fight win streak when he meets Dennis Galarza in a 135-pound showdown. Plus, Cesar Barrionuevo makes his U.S. debut against rugged Abel Ramos, and unbeaten junior welterweight Juan Heraldez faces Kevin Watts. Visit BounceTV.com to check your local listings, or stream the fights live on the Brown Sugar app starting at 9 pm ET / 6pm PT. 

On August 4th former welterweight world champs Andre Berto and Devon Alexander will meet in a 12-round main event for 147-pound relevancy from NYCB LIVE, Home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. In the co-feature former middleweight champ Peter Quillin faces contender J’Leon Love in a 168-pound bout. Plus, don’t miss the special edition of PBC on FS2 at 5:30pm ET / 2:30pm PT with a welterweight showdown between former welterweight world champion Luis Collazo against prospect Bryant Perrella. And, unbeaten light heavyweight contender Marcus Browne takes on once-beaten Lenin Castillo in a 10-round match.

Finally, in case you missed it, former world champs Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter are set to battle for the vacant WBC welterweight title on Saturday, September 8th, live on Showtime from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Both men are hungry to reclaim their title as “world champion,” and joining us this week to share his thoughts on the fight—and to offer his prediction for Berto vs Alexander, both former opponents of his—is Porter himself.

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