Weigh-in photos for Andre Berto vs. Josesito Lopez, Shawn Porter vs. Roberto Garcia, Chris Arreola vs. Curtis Harper and Miguel Vazquez vs. Jerry Belmontes, which will be shown on SpikeTV.
Welterweight standouts Andre Berto, Josesito Lopez and Shawn Porter spoke to RingTV’s Dominic Verdin about their fights on the SpikeTV-televised Premier Boxing Champions card from the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California, on Friday. Berto faces Lopez in the main event. Porter fights Robert Garcia in the co-feature.
Andre Berto, Josesito Lopez, Shawn Porter and Roberto Garcia all agree on the dividends of fighting on Spike TV’s ‘Premier Boxing Champions.’
The March 13 doubleheader featuring Andre Berto-Josesito Lopez and Shawn Porter-Roberto Garcia has found a home: Citizens Bank Arena in Ontario, Calif.
Heading into his March 13 fight against Josesito Lopez, former welterweight titlist Andre Berto feels he’s at a point in his career in which nothing can deter him.
Roberto Garcia looks to create stability in his career – and life – on March 13 when he kicks off the premiere episode of Spike TV’s new boxing series in a 147-pound bout against former titlist Shawn Porter.
Welterweight Josesito Lopez says a bout with former Andre Berto can only take him to the next level of prominence. Lopez-Berto kicks off Spike TV’s new “Premier Boxing Champions” show on March 13.
Champing at the bit to return to the ring, former welterweight titlist Shawn Porter is understandably excited to face Roberto Garcia March 13 on Spike TV.
On the heels of Al Haymon’s major NBC deal, Spike TV announced its own ‘Premier Boxing Champions’ series on March 13.
Al Haymon unveiled a new boxing series on the Spike TV cable network at a Thursday press conference in Santa Monica, California. The debut show on March 13 is a welterweight doubleheader featuring former titleholders Andre Berto and Shawn Porter against Josestio Lopez and Roberto Garcia, respectively.
Photos from Cincinnati of Lucas Matthysse’s second-round knockout of Roberto Ortiz and Andre Berto’s unanimous decision over Steve Upsher on the Adrien Broner-Emmanuel Taylor undercard.
Andre Berto fought for the first time since suffering a 12th-round TKO against Jesus Soto Karass last July, winning a 10-round decision over Steve Upsher on the Adrien Broner-Emmanuel Taylor undercard on Saturday in Cincinnati, Ohio. The former two-belt welterweight titleholder won by unanimous scores of 99-91.
Fans from around the world share their thoughts on the weekend’s two anticipated flyweight championships, Akira Yaegashi vs. Roman Gonzalez and Juan Estrada vs. Giovani Segura, plus the Kiko Martinez-Carl Frampton rematch and Showtime’s tripleheader in this week’s Friday mailbag. Enjoy!
Adrien Broner worked out for his hometown fans in Cincinnati on Wednesday, just three days out from facing Emmanuel Taylor at the US Bank Arena along with Lucas Matthysse, Andre Berto and others.
In an packed edition of Lem’s Latest, Satterfield’s news and notes covers cancer survivor Anthony Dirrell’s title-winning euphoria, Oscar De La Hoya’s Twitter welcome to Roc Nation, Soliman-Taylor, Berto-Upshaw, GGG’s promoter on future showdowns, Marcos Maidana on how “hittable” Floyd Mayweather is, and much more.
Andre Berto announced his return to full-time training from shoulder surgery on Thursday and will end a 13-month ring absence on Sept. 6 as part of a Showtime tripleheader from the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio.