Year In Photos: Take A Look Back At Some Of PBC's Top Moments From 2017
Take a look back at some of our top moments of heart, courage, strength and grit from the last 365 days.
Two highlight-reel knockouts place our Fighter of the Year in a different class
WBC 154-pound world champion Jermell Charlo not only made two strong statements to fellow fighters in his division in 2017—but he put the whole sport on notice that he is a fighter to be reckoned with.
Thrilling shootout between 168-pound World Champions settled nothing even though it delivered everything
Super middleweight world champions Badou Jack and James DeGale might not have added any clarity to the division with their action-packed stalemate in January, but the bout that featured both fighters hitting the canvas was certainly exciting enough to earn our Fight of the Year award.
One of Boxing's biggest knockout artists KO'd the competition for Knockout of the year
Heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder's devastating first-round destruction of Bermane Stiverne earns him the top spot over a handful of highlight-reel knockouts in 2017.
Slugfest between a pair of SoCal brawlers earns PBC’s Round Of The Year
John Molina Jr. and Ivan Redkach's three-minute explosion in the third round of last week's PBC on FS1 card definitely lived up to the pre-fight hype many fans expected.
Unbeaten light heavyweight Marcus Browne earns PBC’s Prospect Of The Year honors for 2017
New York native and 2012 U.S. Olympic team member is inching closer to a title shot after two impressive knockouts in 2017.