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Canelo vs Charlo Weigh-In!

(September 29th) Canelo Alvarez and Jermell Charlo hit the scales ahead of tomorrow night’s fight night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV!


Official Weights

Canelo Alvarez 167.4 vs. Jermell Charlo 167.4

Jesus Ramos Jr 153.4 vs. Erickson Lubin 153.4

Yordenis Ugas 147 vs. Mario Barrios 146.8

Elijah Garcia 159.6 vs. Armando Resendiz 159.6

Frank Sanchez 241.6 vs. Scott Alexander 217.8

Oleksandr Gvozdyk 174.3 vs. Isaac Rodrigues 183.2

Terrell Gausha 162.4 vs. KeAndrae Leatherwood 162.4


Venue: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada

Promoter: Saul Alvarez - Canelo Promotions, Tom Brown - TGB Promotions, Sampson Lewkowicz  - Sampson Boxing, Eddy Reynoso - Clase y Talento

Matchmaker: Tom Brown

Media: Showtime PPV


Since his May 2022 loss to Dmitry Bivol, IBF/WBO/WBA/WBC Super-Middleweight titlist, Canelo, 59-2-2, 39Ko's enters off 2022 and 2023 twelve round unanimous decision wins over Gennadiy Golovkin and John Ryder respectively while Charlo, 35-1-1, 19Ko’s, 4-0-1 (Jorge Cota-KO3, Tony Harrison-KO11, Jeison Rosario-KO8 and Brian Castano-DSD12) since losing his reclaimed WBC World Super Welterweight title to Tony Harrison, via unanimous decision, December 2018.


Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Canelo Promotions and TGB Promotions, are available through

Canelo vs Charlo: Fight Week Presser!

(September 27th) Watch the Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo Main Event Final Press Conference ahead of their Undisputed vs. Undisputed showdown on Saturday, September 30th.


Here is what the participants had to say Wednesday from MGM Grand:

Canelo Alvarez: “I feel great and ready for this fight. Jermell is right, I have nothing to prove. But this time, I have something to prove to him. He never believed in my skills. He’s been calling me out. Now I have the opportunity to show him my skills. And that motivates me. I had a great camp and I’m ready to show everybody my new skills.


“I always train 100% and motivate myself, but it’s even more for this fight. He’s called me out for a long time and I’m gonna show him what I can do in just a couple days.


“He’s gonna feel it. It’s hard to explain it, but it’s just something different. He’s not used to being in there with a fighter like me.


“Just make sure you tune in, because it’s gonna be a great fight. I don’t know what animal I need to be, but I’m that animal. Tune in on September 30. It’s gonna be good, believe me.


“I never overlook any fighter. I know what he’s gonna bring and I’m ready. I’ve been in there with all types of fighters. He hasn’t experienced this kind of level of fight. You will see and you will learn.


“I want history for my career. I want to achieve a lot of things. This is another one of them and I can’t wait.


“People will always have something negative to say. I have to prove that I’m still on top.”


Jermell Charlo: “We finally made it to this moment. Training camp was really hard and I had to really focus. Canelo is the kind of fighter you can’t take for granted. He’s done everything in this sport of boxing and he’s got nothing to prove.


“I have so much on my plate and in order to continue my legacy, I have to be equipped with every tool. I know that the fans are gonna win on Saturday night. You’re gonna see us back again for a rematch, because this is my moment.


“I’m a warrior. I did what I had to do, and now we’re at this moment. I don’t think Canelo has faced a fighter of my caliber. He’s been in there with great fighters, but there’s something I bring to the table that’s a lot different than anyone he’s seen.


“I defy the science of boxing. I’m one of the guys from the younger era and I’ve been fighting my whole life. What I’ve been through in life, a lot of people can’t compare to that. I deserve to be in my position and now I get to prove my worthiness.


“I’m coming to win this fight, no matter what he says. We shall see Saturday. If he’s motivated to prove to me that he has skills, so be it. I’m coming to win.


“Making history means everything to me. That’s what it’s all about. We’ll come back to these moments later in life and look back and enjoy it. Right now we’re living in the moment and continuing to turn these chapters.


“I’ve backed up everything I’ve said. Right now this is my time and my moment and I’m gonna proceed and take it.”


Eddy Reynoso, Canelo’s Trainer and Manager: “We’re excited to be back in Las Vegas once again. This is a very important fight for us. We’re facing a great opponent who’s undisputed and has a great team behind him and also great boxing skills.


“We spent three months training for this fight and had no setbacks whatsoever. It’s been a while since Canelo has been able to train so intensely. We’ve left behind the injuries and setbacks and we’re ready to show that Canelo is prepared to put on a great fight for the fans.


“We’re very motivated to be here in Las Vegas for a great fight. We’re going to prove how motivated we are by giving the fans a great fight.”


Derrick James, Charlo’s Trainer: “This is a very special event because it’s undisputed versus undisputed. The great Canelo Álvarez is gonna bring out an even greater Jermell Charlo. I’m looking forward to Jermell being great and becoming undisputed once again. He’s here to make history.”


Tom Brown, President of TGB Promotions: “Undisputed versus undisputed. I love saying it all week and I love the sound of it. On Saturday night we have a historic matchup between reigning male undisputed champions. With only a few days to go, the fighters are focused and laser sharp. Just look at these guys, they are ready for Saturday night.


“Canelo is the best pound-for-pound fighter today. He’s a superstar and the face of boxing. Jermell is the first ever undisputed 154-pound champion and now looks to become undisputed in two weight divisions.


“This is a great card from top to bottom, and as a fan, I cannot wait for Saturday night. Get your tickets early, purchase the pay-per-view and sit back and enjoy the night. This is truly a special fight.”


Stephen Espinoza - President, Showtime Sports:  “We have a special historic matchup featuring the biggest stars in the sport in an exciting fight that breaks through to the mainstream and attracts non boxing fans the world over.


“This isn’t just a fight. This isn’t just a boxing match. This is different. This is the best the sport has to offer. This is as good as it gets.


“Calling Canelo vs. Charlo a fight is like calling filet mignon meat. It’s like calling LeBron James a basketball player. It’s like calling ‘The Godfather’ just a movie. This is special.


“Not all boxing events are the same. Not all combat sports are the same. What we’re doing here is the highest level of the sport. This is a historic matchup; one truly undisputed champion against another undisputed champion.


“There is nothing in combat sports that matches this. We have to enjoy this event and savor it.”


Jesus Ramos Jr.: “I feel at ease and I’m taking in the moment. Fighting on this card is thrilling for me. At 22, I’ve achieved significant accomplishments and I’m not just any young prospect.”



Erickson Lubin: “Staying active helps me be at my best. Come Saturday, everyone will witness the best of me. I’ve heard talks about an upset; however, I see myself as a top-contender in the division. I believe Ramos will realize how significant experience is, and I’m predicting he’ll face his first loss. I’m focused on securing a remarkable victory.”


Yordenis Ugas: “What I don’t lack is experience. Having faced some of the world’s best welterweights for years, I believe I’ll benefit from those experiences this Saturday. Barrios is a respectable opponent; I know he’ll be bringing his A-game.”


Mario Barrios: “I believe the coming years are my prime. I aim to achieve a lot, especially in Las Vegas. Moving to the welterweight division seems right for me, and I anticipate great things ahead. Ugas is a skilled opponent. His performance against fighters like Manny Pacquiao and Errol Spence Jr. proves his worth.” Haney vs Prograis Quotes: ‘The Dream’ aims to become a two-weight World champion ELIJAH GARCIA “I recognize my potential and see myself claiming a world title soon. I’m determined to leave a mark in history. I’m preparing for a fiercely competitive fight, and I’m confident of emerging victorious.”


Armando Resendiza: “My game plan is straightforward – follow my corner’s advice. I’m eager to display the passion of Mexican fighters to the fans. Being part of an event with Canelo is an honor. I anticipate a riveting fight against Garcia. The audience can expect nothing short of fireworks.”


Frank Sanchez: “Training with Canelo and Eddy Reynoso at Lake Tahoe was a rewarding experience despite the challenges of high altitude. I believe the heavyweight fighters recognize my abilities, which is why some might avoid me. I’m ready to demonstrate my worth this Saturday.”

Canelo / Charlo Grand Arrivals!

(September 27th) The year of historic boxing fights continues as Mexican superstar and pound-for-pound great Canelo Álvarez and hard-hitting undisputed junior middleweight world champion Jermell Charlo arrive to Las Vegas for their mega-fight.

Officials Announced Canelo / Charlo!

(September 20th) The Nevada Athletic Commission has announced their selection for the officials for the highly anticipated Canelo Alvarez vs Jermell Charlo, IBF/WBA/WBC/WBO World Super Middleweight title bout September 30th, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.


Jersey City, New Jersey, referee, Harvey Dock, a veteran of 343 bouts having already refereed two high-profile undisputed championship bouts in 2023, Terence Crawford vs. Errol Spence Jr. and Devin Haney vs. Vasiliy Lomachenko will receive $4,150 to work the 12-round title bout.


The judges selected will be New York’s, Max DeLuca (1799 bouts), Owasso, Oklahoma’s, David Sutherland (846 bouts) and River Vale, New Jersey’s, Steve Weisfeld (2547 bouts) who will each receive $2,950 each.


The WBC Interim World Welterweight, co-main event, between Miami, Florida, based, Cuban, Yordenis Ugas, 27-5, 12Ko’s and San Antonio, Texas, Mario Barrios, 27-2, 18Ko’s will be refereed by Newport Beach, California’s, Tom Taylor (380 bouts) -$2,250), and judges will be Neveda’s, Tim Cheatham (578 bouts), Arizona’s, Chris Flores (434 bouts) and New Jersey’s, Steve Weisfeld (2547 bouts) at $1,950 each.

Canelo Álvarez and Jermell Charlo

All-Access Episode II!

(September 16th) Episode 2 of Showtime All Access, Emmy winning series brings viewers beyond the ring with unprecedented access as pound-for-pound greats Canelo Álvarez and Jermell Charlo prepare for a historic blockbuster showdown between undisputed superstars.

Canelo / Charlo Showtime PPV Workouts!

(September 13th) Watch Mexican superstar and pound-for-pound great Canelo Álvarez workout ahead of his mega-clash with hard-hitting undisputed junior middleweight world champion Jermell Charlo.


Canelo vs. Jermell Charlo Episode I!

(September 10th) fet ready for the September 30th, showdown between Canelo Álvarez and Jermell Charlo with the first episode of the Showtime Emmy award winning ”All Access” series.

Canelo vs Charlo Undercard Presser!

(August 29th) Fighters preparing to clash on the Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo SHOWTIME PPV undercard went face-to-face at a Los Angeles press conference ahead of their Saturday, September 30th battles from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.


Here is what the press conference participants had to say:

Jesus “Mono” Ramos Jr. vs. Erickson “Hammer” Lubin

Jesus Ramos Jr:  “He’s been in some wars, so we’ll see if he’s got wear and tear from it…whatever I have to do to win, I’m ready for. I’m here to dominate. I want to make a statement, and in order to do that, I have to dominate. That’s the plan.”


Erickson Lubin:  “Ramos is a real solid fighter. I watched his last fight and I thought he looked good. But I’m not Joey Spencer. I’m one of those top guys in the division…I’m looking for a one-sided ass-whooping. I want to go in there and come out with the victory, untouched.”


Yordenis Ugas vs. Mario “El Azteca” Barrios

Yordenis Ugas: “There’s a lot at stake in this fight, but this is what I do. I go out and fight the best. I plan to take full advantage of this opportunity.”


Mario Barrios: It’s gonna take everything to get this win. I’m gonna have to use my boxing ability, my power and my range. It’s gonna be an exciting fight and I’m looking forward to it.”


Elijah Garcia vs. Armando Reséndiz

Elijah Garcia: “I want to be a world champion at 21 years old. Fighting tough opponents like Armando will get me ready for when that opportunity comes. I know how hard it’s gonna be, but that’s the way I have to go.”


Armando Resendiz: “I think that I have experience on my side, but age doesn’t matter too much. When I was younger, I fought older fighters as well. How you prepare is what really matters and I think we’re both going to prepare in the right way.”

Rising Stars and Top Contenders Set For High-Stakes Match-Ups On Stacked Canelo vs Charlo Showtime PPV!

(August 26th) Three matchups featuring rising stars, top contenders and former world champions from 147 to 160 pounds will highlight a robust pay-per-view undercard leading up to the Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo undisputed super middleweight championship clash on Saturday, September 30 live on SHOWTIME PPV from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Canelo Promotions will present the Premier Boxing Champions Pay-Per-View.


In the co-main event, undefeated sensation Jesus “Mono” Ramos Jr., will take on hard-hitting top contender Erickson “Hammer” Lubin in a 12-round super welterweight special attraction. The pay-per-view also includes former world champions Yordenis Ugas and Mario “El Azteca” Barrios going toe-to-toe for the Interim WBC Welterweight Title. Opening up the action at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT are rising middleweights Elijah Garcia and Armando Reséndiz squaring off in a 10-round attraction.


“These three matchups deliver everything boxing fans could hope for in a pay-per-view undercard and are worthy of the historic main event clash they will lead up to,” said Tom Brown, President of TGB Promotions. “Each fighter stepping into the ring has an opportunity to catapult themselves to the top of their respective division with a win on September 30. Fans can expect to see all of these competitors give everything they have to emerge victorious on SHOWTIME PPV at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.”


A strong southpaw who at 22 has yet to come close to hitting his ceiling as a fighter, Ramos (20-0, 16 KOs) blitzed then-unbeaten Joey Spencer in March, dropping him in round one before stopping him in round seven to earn the TKO in his sensational 2023 debut on the undercard of David Benavidez vs. Caleb Plant on SHOWTIME PPV. A native of Casa Grande, Ariz., Ramos also owns back-to-back 10-round unanimous decisions over Brian Mendoza and Javier Molina in 2021, which he followed up by defeating Luke Santamaria and Vladimir Hernandez in 2022. Overall, the youthful Ramos has gained recognition with highlight-reel KOs, stopping seven of his last 10 opponents, showcasing his skills and ability to end his fights early.


"I’m excited to be part of this huge card against a tough opponent on September 30,” said Ramos. “I know Lubin is training hard and coming to win, which will make for an entertaining fight. This whole card is stacked and we don’t want to disappoint, so the fans are in for a great night of boxing."


The 27-year-old Lubin (25-2, 18 KOs) returned to the ring in June to deliver an impressive fifth-round stoppage of veteran Luis Arias, who had never been stopped previously. Lubin’s previous outing saw him go toe-to-toe in one of 2022’s best fights, as he traded knockdowns with fellow contender Sebastian Fundora on SHOWTIME in April 2022. Heading into the Fundora fight, Lubin had put together an impressive six-bout winning streak since a loss to then unified and now undisputed 154-pound champion Jermell Charlo in 2017, a run that included triumphs over Jeison Rosario, Terrell Gausha and Ishe Smith. A native of Orlando, Fla., Lubin turned pro at 18 years old in 2013 and became one of the youngest prospects to ever appear on the developmental series SHOBOX: The New Generation®, earning “Prospect Of The Year” honors from ESPN and Ring Magazine in 2016.


“I know the world will be watching on September 30 and I plan on winning in a big way,” said Lubin. “We’ve got a young and talented fighter in front of us, but I’m young and talented as well. The difference is that I’ve fought the cream of the crop of the 154-pound division. Doesn’t matter if it’s Olympians, top prospects, contenders or champions, I’ve taken them on. I have a big chip on my shoulder and I know that with this win, I’ll be in a mega fight. I’m training extremely hard and the whole world will see it pay off.”


Ugas (27-5, 12 KOs) will step back into action on September 30 for the first time since an April 2022 unification bout defeat to Errol Spence Jr. on SHOWTIME PPV. He established himself as an elite welterweight after returning from a more than two-year layoff in 2016 following back-to-back losses in 2014. He punched his ticket as a world champion in January 2021 after winning a WBA belt by defeating Abel Ramos in September 2020. He solidified his world-championship status in August 2021, when he stepped in for an injured Spence to defeat legendary future Hall of Famer Manny Pacquiao by unanimous decision. Hailing from Santiago, Cuba and now living in Miami, Florida, the Olympic bronze medalist trains in Las Vegas with renowned coach Ismael Salas and owns victories over then undefeated fighters Jamal James, Omar Figueroa Jr. and Bryant Perrella, plus veteran contenders Thomas Dulorme and Ray Robinson.


“Both me and Mario Barrios have a lot to gain with a victory on September 30, so I know that this fight is going to be one to remember,” said Ugas. “I have tremendous respect for Barrios. He’s a true warrior who’s been in the ring with the best of them, but I have confidence that I’ll be victorious. I have a lot of fight left in me and my best skills will be on display in this fight. Patria y Vida, I fight for my people.”


The 28-year-old Barrios (27-2, 18 KOs) most recently scored a sensational knockout of Jovanie Santiago in February stopping Santiago in the eighth-round. Barrios’ previous fight was his welterweight debut as he dropped a hard-fought decision to former unified champion Keith Thurman in February 2022. The San Antonio-product, who now trains with top coach Bob Santos in Las Vegas, became a 140-pound world champion in September 2019, using his aggressive style to edge out Batyr Akhmedov and earn a unanimous decision. Barrios lost the super lightweight title in another action packed, highly competitive bout, as he was defeated by three-division and five-time world champion Gervonta Davis in June 2021.


“This fight is going to be a war, because we both fight with a lot of heart and neither of us ever backs down,” said Barrios. “I can’t wait to compete in a matchup like this on one of the biggest cards of the year. This is going to be a great night of boxing from start to finish and the Mexican fans can expect to see an explosive performance from ‘El Azteca’!”


Fighting out of Phoenix, Arizona, Garcia (15-0, 12 KOs) is one of 2023’s biggest breakout stars He burst onto the scene in March by blasting out the previously unbeaten Amilcar Vidal in the fourth-round to announce his presence at 160-pounds. The 20-year-old followed up that performance by dominating veteran Kevin Salgado on his way to a unanimous decision in April on the SHOWTIME PPV undercard of Gervonta Davis vs. Ryan Garcia. The precocious Garcia has moved fast since turning pro in 2020 and has knocked out six of his last eight opponents.


“This is my second fight this year on a huge pay-per-view card and I’m super excited and even more prepared than the first time,” said Garcia. “Reséndiz is a hungry fighter just like myself, so I have no doubt that we are going to put on a hell of a show for all the fans watching.”


The 24-year-old Reséndiz (14-1, 10 KOs) earned a career-best victory in his last outing as he stopped former unified champion Jarrett Hurd in the 10th and final round of their March showdown on SHOWTIME. Reséndiz led on all three cards when the bout was stopped due to a severe laceration on Hurd’s lip. A native of Nayarit, Mexico, he now fights out of Los Angeles and will look to make it three-straight wins since a close decision loss to Marcos Hernandez in September 2021. Reséndiz turned pro in February 2018 and made a successful U.S. debut in April 2021 with a decision victory over Quilisto Madera.


“I’m very happy to have this great opportunity to compete on such an important fight card,” said Reséndiz. “I’m excited to realize my dream of fighting in Las Vegas, just like my boxing idols that I watched on TV. I’ve had an amazing training camp that will help me look my best on September 30 and put on a performance worthy of the boxing legends who inspire me.”

Canelo Álvarez / Jermell Charlo

Los Angeles Kickoff Presser!

(August 16th) Canelo Alvarez vs Jermell Charlo L.A. Press Conference ahead of their September 30th undisputed showdown live on Showtime Championship Boxing Pay-Per-View (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT) from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Canelo: “I’m truly thrilled about this anticipated bout. It’s always been a dream to be part of such monumental fights. Everyone’s been buzzing about it, and I guarantee it’ll be a memorable evening for every fan. I’ve heard the whispers about me possibly slowing down. Let’s clear that up in the ring. I acknowledge the critiques about my last performances, but trust me, I have my reasons. This time, expect a different Canelo. When you see me outside, it might seem I’m an easy target. But inside the ring, it’s a whole different ball game. Facing me there is a unique challenge. I respect both Charlos. Jermall’s brilliant, but in my opinion, Jermell has faced tougher opponents. He shines slightly brighter in my eyes. As always, I promise to give my absolute best. My skills, experience, and passion will be evident on fight night.”


Jermel Charlo: “Once the call for this bout came, there was only one response – ‘I’m in.’ Chasing Canelo has been a long journey, and now the moment has arrived. I’m here to give my all and shine the brightest. Who Won? Emanuel Navarrete - Oscar Valdez Fight Results Post-September 30, I believe the world will truly recognize my dedication and the craft I’ve honed since childhood. I’ve always aimed to electrify the crowd, showcasing the danger I pose every second in the ring. I’m not just any Charlo. I stand by my words. Canelo will soon witness the power, strategy, and ring control I command. This won’t be a cakewalk for either of us. I’m ready to bring the fiery Texan spirit. Boxing is my passion, and I’ll ensure the fans get a stellar show. Book your seats, stay updated with ‘All-Access’, and gear up for a thrilling night as we elevate boxing’s glory this year.”


Eddy Reynoso, Canelo’s Trainer and Manager: “We stand poised, ready to etch a new chapter in history. Arranging a bout between two undisputed champions was challenging, but we made it happen thanks to collaborative efforts. The contrasting fighting styles of Canelo and Charlo promise an epic showdown on September 30. Las Vegas will be lit; don’t miss out! Joshua vs Helenius: "I'm here to upset the world again... " Facing Team Charlo is motivating. With excellent trainers like Derrick James and Joan Guzman, it’s bound to be a mind game. But in the end, it’ll boil down to the champions clashing in the ring.”


Derrick James, Charlo’s Trainer: “Mark September 30 on your calendars. It’s guaranteed to be an explosive night. Both fighters will bring their A-game, and I’m confident in Jermell’s prowess. My focus remains on fine-tuning Jermell for success. While acknowledging the grandeur of this bout, my eyes are solely on ensuring Jermell’s triumph.”


Tom Brown, President of TGB Promotions: “Brace yourselves for an extraordinary evening. September 30 will be packed with unparalleled energy at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Secure your tickets soon, as this is an event you can’t afford to miss.”

Canelo Álvarez / Jermell Charlo

New York Kickoff Presser!

(August 15th) Mexican superstar and pound-for-pound great Canelo Álvarez will defend his undisputed super middleweight world titles in a blockbuster showdown against hard-hitting undisputed junior middleweight world champion Jermell Charlo headlining a SHOWTIME PPV.

About the Premier Boxing Champions

Premier Boxing Champions (PBC), was created for television by Haymon Sports, LLC, in January 2015.  PBC is a boxing series that returns the sweet science to its rightful place atop the sports pantheon.


Featuring today’s best and brightest stars in their toughest, most anticipated bouts, Premier Boxing Champions is broadcast live and free to air on SHOWTIME, FOX, FOX Sports 1, FOX Deportes, Bounce and ITV.


PBC takes boxing back to its roots. This is boxing, pure and simple, where what’s brought to the fight, mentally and physically, is what determines who goes home the winner, and who just goes home.


Bouts featured within the PBC Series are promoted by licensed promoters, with each bout in accordance with applicable regulatory rules and regulations.


About ShoBox: The New Generation

Since its inception in July 2001, the critically acclaimed SHOWTIME boxing series, ShoBox: The New Generation has featured young talent matched tough. The ShoBox philosophy is to televise exciting, crowd-pleasing and competitive matches while providing a proving ground for willing prospects determined to fight for a world title. Some of the growing list of the 81 fighters who have appeared on ShoBox and advanced to garner world titles includes: Errol Spence Jr., Andre Ward, Deontay Wilder, Erislandy Lara, Shawn Porter, Gary Russell Jr., Lamont Peterson, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Nonito Donaire, Devon Alexander, Carl Froch, Robert Guerrero, Timothy Bradley, Jessie Vargas, Juan Manuel Lopez, Chad Dawson, Paulie Malignaggi, Ricky Hatton, Kelly Pavlik, Paul Williams and more.


Showtime Championship Boxing is a television boxing program airing on Showtime. Debuting in March 1986, it is broadcast live on the first Saturday of every month. Showtime Championship Boxing, which is very similar to HBO World Championship Boxing, features Mauro Ranallo on play-by-play, Al Bernstein as the color analyst, Jimmy Lennon (Sr. and Jr.) as ring announcers, and Jim Gray as reporter.


A sister program, ShoBox: The New Generation, occasionally airs on Friday nights; these broadcasts feature fights between boxing prospects.


About Showtime

Showtime Networks Inc. (SNI), a wholly owned subsidiary of ViacomCBS, owns and operates the premium television networks SHOWTIME®, THE MOVIE CHANNEL™ and FLIX®, and also offers SHOWTIME ON DEMAND®, THE MOVIE CHANNEL™ ON DEMAND and FLIX ON DEMAND®, and the network's authentication service SHOWTIME ANYTIME®. Showtime Digital Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of SNI, operates the stand-alone streaming service SHOWTIME®. SHOWTIME is currently available to subscribers via cable, DBS, and telco providers, and as a stand-alone streaming service through Amazon, Apple®, Google, LG Smart TVs, Oculus Go, Roku®, Samsung Smart TVs and Xbox One. Consumers can also subscribe to SHOWTIME via Amazon’s Prime Video Channels, Apple TV Channels, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, Hulu, The Roku Channel, Sling TV and YouTube TV. Viewers can also watch on computers at SNI also manages Pop TV. SNI markets and distributes sports and entertainment events for exhibition to subscribers on a pay-per-view basis through SHOWTIME PPV.

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