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.
This week in PBC Jabs, host Jordan Hardy recaps our first two fight cards of 2017, goes a round of Rapid Fire with former three-division champion Leo Santa Cruz and looks ahead to the Keith Thurman-Danny Garcia title unification fight.
In a fight that was supposed to unify titles in the 168-pound division, the thrilling shootout between world champions Badou Jack and James DeGale settled nothing even though it delivered everything.
James DeGale and Badou Jack have traveled some of the same roads to arrive at their world title unification bout Saturday night.
PBC Jabs jumps back into the ring as host Jordan Hardy previews our first two fight cards of 2017, including a chat with world champion Badou Jack before his 168-pound title unification bout with James DeGale.
James DeGale took no short cuts to reach the top of the 168-pound division. And he’s shown no hesitation to travel even farther to stay there.
The 168-pound world championship showdown between Badou Jack and James DeGale already had a date and broadcasting network. Now it has a location—plus a very intriguing co-main event.