Top welterweight contender Jaron "Boots" Ennis improves to 27-0 (25 KOs) following his dominating performance over battled-tested Sergey Lipinets which ended with a sixth-round knockout on April 10, 2021, live on SHOWTIME.
Rising welterweight star Jaron “Boots” Ennis faces his most difficult test in pursuit of a world championship as he headlines his first SHOWTIME main event against Sergey Lipinets, a former world champion seeking a title in a second weight class.
Former world champion Sergey Lipinets speaks with PBC Host and Announcer Ray Flores ahead of his welterweight battle against unbeaten Jaron "Boots" Ennis on April 10, 2021, live on SHOWTIME.
Former world champion Sergey Lipinets and unbeaten Custio Clayton fought to a majority draw on October 24, 2020, in a welterweight clash headlining action live on SHOWTIME from Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.
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.
Former titleholder Sergey Lipinets faces vet John Molina Jr. in a fight that is sure to pack tons of fireworks. Tune in to the Pacquiao vs Thurman PBC on FOX PPV on Saturday, July 20, for an action packed fight card including these two warriors.
We sat down with WBC Welterweight World Champion "Showtime" Shawn Porter recently to get his take on the July 20th PBC on FOX Pay-Per-View welterweight title fight between boxing's only 8x world champion Manny "Pac Man" and unbeaten fellow champion Keith "One Time" Thurman.
Former 140-pound World Champion Sergey Lipinets stops former two-division titleholder Lamont Peterson—who announces his retirement in front of his hometown fans.