Andre Berto edges Devon Alexander by split-decision in showdown of former welterweight champs on PBC on FOX
Former middleweight champ Peter Quillin defeats top contender J'Leon Love and former super lightweight titleholder Sergey Lipinets is victorious in his welterweight debut.
Eddie Ramirez entered his second career main event looking to accomplish two things: remain undefeated and treat the fans to another action-packed performance. He ended up nailing one of those goals—but thankfully for Ramirez, it was the most important one.
Undefeated prospect Eddie Ramirez has taken no easy outs in his climb toward a potential world title shot, but battle-tested Erick Bone plans on bringing his unblemished ascent to a halt.
A step up in weight for Miguel Vazquez produced a revitalized attack for the former world champion—and a familiar result.
Miguel Vazquez has long eschewed the traditional blood-and-guts approach of his Mexican countrymen. So don’t expect the onetime 135-pound champion to all of a sudden turn into a power puncher just because he’s jumping up in weight for Saturday’s 144-pound clash with Erick Bone.
Erick Bone was chilling in New York early last March when he got the call: The second-ever Premier Boxing Champions card was taking place in 24 hours in Ontario, California, and a replacement opponent was needed for former 147-pound champ Shawn Porter.
Miguel Vazquez was considered the world’s top 135-pound boxer entering the seventh defense of his title against Mickey Bey in September 2014.
Erick Bone challenged former world champions in his last two bouts, coming up short in both instances. He’s hoping the third time will be the charm when he battles ex-champ Miguel Vazquez on May 28.