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Miriam Onyango

PBC Pay-Per-View Showcases Stellar Lineup Of Boxing Champions

LAS VEGAS — A media workout is scheduled for rising middleweight Elijah Garcia(16-0, 13KOs) in Phoenix as he gets ready to face veteran opponent Kyrone “Shut It Down” Davis(18-3-1, 6KOs), who is the main attraction on PBC on Prime Video. The fight is scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 30 from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and will start at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT.


This fight sets up a PBC Pay-Per-View that can be accessed on Prime Video starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. The main event features a match between reigning world champion Tim Tszyu(24-0, 17KOs) and two-time world champion Keith “One Time” Thurman(30-1, 22KOs) and rising star. The co-main event features a match between Mexican superstar Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz(25-2-1, 17KOs)  and Rolando “Rolly” Romero(15-1, 13KOs), the WBA Super Lightweight World Champion.


When: March 7th, Thursday 
           12:30 p.m. MT: Arrival of the Media 
           1:00 p.m. MT: Exercise Starts 

WHERE: Fighters First Boxing “F1” Gym 
                18518 West Latham Street. 
                Goodyear, Arizona 85338


The highly anticipated debut four-fight PBC Pay-Per-View, which is streaming on Prime Video, features a main event featuring two-time world champion Keith “One Time” Thurman challenging reigning world champion Tim Tszyu. In the co-main event, which takes place on Saturday, March 30 from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, 140-pound world champion Rolando “Rolly” Romero and Mexican sensation Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz square off.


Along with all-action super welterweight phenom Sebastian “The Towering Inferno,” Fundora(20-1-1, 13KOs) the pay-per-view will include a defense of the WBA Middleweight World Champion Erislandy “The American Dream” Lara(29-3-3, 17KOs) against mandatory opponent Michael Zerafa(31-4, 19KOs), ranked No. 1 in the rankings. In the first pay-per-view, Fundora will square up against swift-moving opponent Serhii Bohachuk(23-1, 23KOs) for the vacant WBC Super Welterweight World Championship. 

With the companies’ announcement of a historic, multiyear rights agreement in December, the card represents the first event that PBC Pay-Per-View will be made available through Prime Video. Fans will still be able to watch the program on standard cable and satellite channels in addition to being able to purchase the PPV on Prime Video, independent of Prime membership. 

The live event is being promoted by TGB Promotions, and tickets are on sale right now at No Limit Boxing is involved in the promotion of the main event. 

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