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Results & Video ProBox TV's "Wednesday Night Fights"!

(May 18th) Last night in the main event of ProBox TV’s May 17 “Wednesday Night Fights,” undefeated Otar “Pitbull” Eranosyan beat rugged veteran Edy “Dinamita” Valencia via unanimous decision in a ten-round super featherweight bout. Wednesday’s event took place at the ProBox Events Center in Plant City, Florida and streamed live on ProBox TV.


10 Rounds - Super Featherweights - Main Event

Otar Eranosyan                        vs                             Edy Valencia

Miami, Florida                                                           Culiacan, MX

12-0, 6 Kos                                                               20-10, 7 KOs

131.2 lbs.                                                                   132 lbs.

                     Eranosyan W UD, 98-92, 97-93, 97-93


Eranosyan  never defeated versus never stopped. High action fight right from the start till the very end. Both were cut in final round from an inadvertent clash of heads. As the fight wore on the class of Eranosyan rose to the top.


6 Rounds - Middleweights

Darrelle Valsaint                         vs                                       Marcelo Bzowski

Orlando, FL                                                                     Buenos Aires, Argentina

7-0, 5 Kos                                                                                     11-21-3

164.4 lbs.                                                                                          TBA

                                           Valsaint WTKO 2


Vallsaint starts off the fight with pressure against Bzowski who flew in last just last night night from Buenos Aires after a late scratch from Valsaint's original opponent. Midway thru round two, Valasint lands a nice body show then lands a huge uppercut and Bzowski goes down and the fight is stopped.


6 Rounds - Jr. Super Middleweights

Marques Valle                                          vs                             Demarcus Layton

Wesley Chapel, FL                                                                      Little Rock, AK

8-0, 6 Kos                                                                                       8-4, 5 KOs

153 lbs.                                                                                            152.8 lbs

                                                    Valle WTKO 1

Valle was aggressive from the start and poured it on two minutes into round one and the fight was stopped at 2:30 of the opening round.


4 Rounds – Lightweights

De Von Williams                                      vs                                    William Davis

Fort Lauderdale, FL                                                                          Oakland, CA

1-0, 1 KO                                                                                              1-0, 1KO

145 lbs.                                                                                                144.4 lbs.

                                             Williams WTKO1 (40 seconds)


Williams, with Kevin Cunningham in his corner, drills Davis with a short left hook and he goes goes down just 12 seconds into round one, then down a second time 35 seconds in and the fight is waved off at :40. Perfectly timed punches by Williams ends the fight quickly.


How to watch: (1), (2) the ProBoxTV app, available on all app stores (3) ProBox TV is also available on Roku TV, Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV.


Upcoming Dates for ProBox Live Boxing

Wednesday, May 17, Plant City, FL

Wednesday, May 31, Mexico City

Wednesday, June 14, Plant City, FL

Wednesday, June 28, Mexico

Wednesday, July 12, Plant City, FL

Wednesday, July 26, Mexico City



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What is ProBox TV

ProBox TV is a new source of premium boxing content. We will offer live events and robust supporting content, brought to you by our founders, former champions Roy Jones Jr, Juan Manuel Marquez, Antonio Tarver and Paul Malignaggi.


Our motivation for creating ProBox TV is simple. Boxing fans have been taken for granted. They’ve been underserved regarding the quality of content. Further, the other networks involved in boxing lack a commitment to the sport, the fighters and most importantly, the fans. Real fight fans need an “all-boxing channel” fully focused on giving fans what they want.


ProBox TV will also address another critical issue that boxing fans have been forced to accept for far too long: overpriced content. At ProBox TV, we are doing away with the antiquated and expensive PPV model and offering our premium content for a nominal monthly price that is affordable for every fan in every country around the world.


What makes ProBox TV unique is our focus on supporting content, such as news, podcasts and talk shows, behind the scenes and in the gym content, ProBox TV originals documentaries.



We will provide 2 live events per month.

Each week our founders will come to the ProBox TV studios where they’ll produce a variety of original content including podcasts, talk shows and in the gym content.

(May 4th) As the boxing world descends upon Guadalajara, México for Canelo-Ryder fight week, Canelo Alvarez Promotions showed off three of their young undefeated boxers, on Wednesday, May 3.

The fight card, promoted by Canelo Alvarez Promotions, Close Y Talento Boxeo and No Boxing No Life, was streamed live world-wide on ProBox TV.

10 Rounds Lightweights (135) TV# 4

Jonathan Lopez      vs               Osvaldo Nuñez

Orlando, Florida                       Morelia, Michoacan

11-0, 9KOs                                            5-5

131¼ lbs.                                           131¼ lbs.

LOPEZ TKO at 1:11 of Round 3


Lopez didn't miss a jab everything was landing. In round 3 Malignaggi notes that Nunez was running out of ways to hide from danger. Fight stopped due to a cut over the left eye of Nunez that went the entire length of his eyebrow. Lopez connected clean on the eye with a semi left hook that came from down low with a lot of leverage.

8 Rounds Middleweights (160) TV#3

Lazaro Lorenzana        vs                  Alexis Rios

San Diego, California                    Zapopan, Jalisco

11-0, 8KOs                                            4-3-1, 1 KO

158½ lbs.                                                   158½ lbs.

LORENZANA W Split Decision - 79-73 R, 77-75 L, 77-75 L


Lorenzana was strong early on. For the first three rounds Lorenzana was able to dictate the pace. Things got testy in round 4, with both fighters being aggressive throwing hands. Algieri and Malignaggi note that if Rios had stepped it up a round earlier the fight could have gone the other way. He basically gave the first three rounds away.

6 Rounds Super Bantamweights  (122) TV# 2

Oscar Hernandez            vs             Joseph Morales

Guadalajara, Mexico                  Mexico City, Mexico

5-1, 2 KOs                                           2-2-1, 1 KO

12bs.                                                          121½

HERNANDEZ W Split Decision 58-56 M, 58-56 H, 59-55 H


Two nineteen-year-olds battle it out to go to the scorecards. Good action both ways. Morales got off to a quicker start but as the fight wore on it seemed Hernandez was getting the better of him as Morales was wearing down. Algieri sees it going either way and had a draw in his book.

6 Rounds Lightweights (135)

Cesar Ortiz                 vs            Antonio Gonzalez

Guadalajara, Mexico                Mexico City, Mexico

6-0, 5 KOs                                            3-6, 1 KO

135 lbs.                                                    135 lbs.

ORITIZ Wins UD 60-54, 60-54, 60-54


The 19-year-old Ortiz, with Chepo Reynoso in the corner, goes the distance for the first time, and the first time past round 2. Ortiz began the fight throwing heavy hands. Gonzalez showed himself to be a tough opponent. Took shots and came back with this own but outworked by Ortiz from start to finish.

ProBox TV Contenders Series


The Contenders Series is best characterized as good fighters in great fights. These contender level fighters will be evenly matched! That’s the most necessary component for fights to be entertaining and these fighters MUST bring the action. If the fighter is a runner, a holder, or a low-volume puncher, he is not welcome at ProBox TV. We are very confident that real boxing fans who crave evenly matched action fights will love this series.


ProBox TV Future Stars Series

The Future Stars Series is about following the journey of top amateur fighters who’ve recently turned pro. Will they fulfill their promise and potential, or will they crash and burn? Our founders have taken that journey and now they want to bring the fans along for the ride. Real boxing fans will genuinely appreciate the Future Stars series. Not only will you get the live fights but you’ll get behind-the-scenes docu-reality content as these young men go through the trials and tribulations of the journey.


ProBox TV Last Chance Tournament

Our Last Chance Tournament will start with 8 fighters from around the world. All were chosen based on a criteria of having had top amateur careers and had turned pro with expectations they would become a champion. Then they hit some bumps along the way, had some disappointing performances and boxing can be cruel if you take a couple of losses. All of these fighters are solid professional fighters and we thought it would be fun to give them a last chance, perhaps Roy, Antonio, Juan and Pauli can help them figure out where they went wrong and get them back on track. The winner of the tournament will get that last chance to achieve their dreams of becoming a champion.


Note they were also chosen along the lines of the contenders series, they are evenly matched and they are all action fighters. This should make for a great tournament shown on our live events.

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