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RingTv image PBC on NBC wins 18-to-49 demographic on Saturday

PBC on NBC wins 18-to-49 demographic on Saturday

The second primetime broadcast of the Premier Boxing Champions series on NBC garnered strong ratings on Saturday, April 11. According to TVbythenumbers.com, the PBC on NBC gained a primetime victory for adults between the ages of 18-to-49 for the second-consecutive time.

RingTv image Donovan Dennis scores big KO to reach Boxcino heavyweight finals

Donovan Dennis scores big KO to reach Boxcino heavyweight finals

Donovan Dennis scored the KO of the night on Friday when he stopped Razvan Cojanu with a single left hand in the second round of their Boxcino Tournament semi-final at Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pa., to advance to the heavyweight finals where he will face Andrey Fedosov, who stopped Lenroy Thomas.

RingTv image The top 10 fights that transcended boxing

The top 10 fights that transcended boxing

Veteran boxing scribe Joe Santoliquito says the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight is one of those rare generational occurrences featuring two boxers that have grabbed the general public’s imagination. With this in mind, the president of the Boxing Writers Assoc. of America takes an unscientific look at the 10 biggest mega-fights in history, based on their event appeal.

RingTv image Danny Garcia still feels he has something to prove

Danny Garcia still feels he has something to prove

It seems like Danny Garcia, who will face Lamont Peterson this Saturday on NBC, is always either favored to lose or criticized for picking on weak opposition, but the junior welterweight champion says it’s simple: he’s just a winner.

RingTv image Hank Lundy is ready to go crazy on Thomas Dulorme

Hank Lundy is ready to go crazy on Thomas Dulorme

Junior welterweight fringe contender Hank Lundy says he brings a street edge to his fight with Thomas Dulorme on the Lemieux-Rosado undercard on Saturday at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. The Philly native is confident he will overwhelm the Puerto Rican boxer.

RingTv image Change is good for Gabriel Rosado

Change is good for Gabriel Rosado

Gabriel Rosado says a recent change in trainer and training location has renewed his fighting spirit, which he says will be on display when he takes on Canadian KO artist David Lemieux on Dec. 6 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.