Adrien Broner and Shawn Porter discuss their June 20 “PBC on NBC” main event live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Broner says Porter is not on his level. Porter says Broner is “spoiled” but he’ll earn a major fight with a victory on June 20.
The respect levels are high and the trash-talk is zero as fellow Ohioans Adrien Broner and Shawn Porter prepare to face each other on June 20.
Frankie Gavin isn’t intimated by the prospect of challenging Kell Brook, THE RING’s No. 1-rated 147 pounder, for the IBF title on Saturday in London. The once-beaten British prospect is confident that his technical southpaw style and recent activity will enable him to pull what would be considered a huge upset.
Conventional wisdom says a 144-pound catchweight might drain Shawn Porter before his June 20 matchup with Adrien Broner, but Porter says it’ll just be another gimmick that will fail Broner on fight night.
On June 20, former IBF welterweight titlist Shawn Porter will face former three-division beltholder Adrien Broner in a battle of Ohioans on “Premier Boxing Champions.”
Rumor has it that Adrien Broner could make his scheduled June 20 ring return in Las Vegas against former IBF welterweight titleholder Shawn Porter.
Andre Berto, Shawn Porter and Chris Arreola spoke to RingTV’s Dominic Verdin after notching victories on the recent Premier Boxing Champions card at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California. (Editor’s note: Arreola uses colorful language so this video is not for kids.)
Andre Berto doesn’t have the legs, reflexes or punch resistance he had when he held versions of the welterweight title, but the 31-year-old veteran is still fast and he can still crack with his right hand.
Shawn Porter’s SpikeTV-televised fight won’t be canceled following the hospitalization of his original opponent, Roberto Garcia. Instead, he’ll face once-beaten Ecuadorian Erick Bone.
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.
“Entertainment” has been a common word following the first edition of “Premier Boxing Champions” and Shawn Porter, who fights on the program this Friday, knows he has to do more than just win.
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.