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PBC, Fox announces four month battles, including Keith Thurman's return and Errol Spence Jr. vs. Mikey Garcia | Boxing

LOS ANGELES – Tuesday at the Fox Studio party in Studio City, Premier Boxing Champions and Fox announced that the…

LOS ANGELES – Tuesday at the Fox Studio party in Studio City, Premier Boxing Champions and Fox announced that the first roll out of fights would take place over their networks until April.

Almost all the fighters announced that these cards were present, making it a star god. Chris Myers hosts, and he will be part of Fox’s broadcast team together with Lennox Lewis.

The crown jewel of the announcement was Fox’s first pay-per-view bet when Errol Spence Jr and Mikey Garcia were on March 16 at AT & T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

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Fox had already announced its first show for December 22 with the Charlo brothers at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Jermell Charlo will meet Tony Harrison in the co-main event; Jermall Charlo will meet Willie Monroe Jr. in the main event. Heavyweight Dominic Breazeale will kick the broadcast against Carlos Negron.

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9 will be the super middleweight titlist Jose Uzcategui against Caleb Plant on January 13 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles.

On January 26th at Barclays Center, Keith Thurman returns to the ring after a long layoff against Josesito Lopez on Fox. Adam Kownacki faces Gerald Washington in a heavyweight co-function.

Leo Santa Cruz will meet Miguel Flores on February 16 at Fox at a location to be determined in Los Angeles. A fascinating match between Omar Figueroa and John Molina opens the map.

On February 23, Anthony Dirrell and Avni Yildirim will sign up for the available WBC title of £ 168. The belt was left vacant by Suspension by David Benavidez. This match is heading towards FS1.

Shawn Porter will make the first defense of his new WBC welterweight title against Yordenis Ugas on March 9 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. That match will be tv on Fox.

In the NFL offseason, Sunday March 24th, will be reserved for boxing. Former title holder Lamont Peterson will meet Sergey Lipinets at a crossing on FS1 in Oxon Hill, Md.

Peter Quillin and Caleb Truax will meet in a £ 160 super midfielder bout on April 13 on the FS1. The competition will take place at Truax’s home tower in Minneapolis.

Danny Garcia returns to the ring on April 20 after a close loss of his title to Shawn Porter. He will meet Adrian Granados in a place to decide; Fox will televise the boat. Granados could not do Tuesday’s event because he was ill, but Fox rolled pictures of a video he sent in talk garbage to Garcia. Garcia responded with saying that Granados should stay in bed; Otherwise, Garcia will send him back there.

Overall, this is an interesting schedule for fights. There are not so many A levels but there are many solid B-level fights. The important thing is that the PBC should keep its soldiers active. So many of them come from long layoffs and this Fox agreement, along with the new Showtime deal, would mean we should see these guys three or four times a year.

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