SHOWTIME Boxing and premier sports champions today announced nine boxing events in the first half of 2022 that feature some of the sport’s most dynamic and accomplished stars in the fights. highly competitive game. This lineup pits champions and top contenders against top contenders to form the strongest and most ambitious schedule in the industry.
The strong lineup includes:
- Nine marching events over the course of five months with 21 undefeated fighters;
- Two world championships, one for all four world championship belts and the coveted Undisputed Champion title, and one for three world championship belts;
- Seven world championship matches with at least 13 world belts at stake and three world belt eliminations;
- All six top-rated super heavyweights fight over a seven-week period;
- Several key crossroads contests range from ultralight to supermiddleweight with an average of two events per month through the end of July.
Massive fixture list featuring the sport’s biggest stars: Errol Spence, Jr., Gervonta “Tank” Davis, Jermell Charlo, David Benavidez and Jermall Charlo.
There are also 18 boxers aged 27 and under including the unified world champion Stephen Fulton, Jr.and highly regarded, undefeated heavyweights Jaron “Boots” Ennis. With an emphasis on youth and king sport, SHOWTIME Sports and Premier Boxing Champions are well positioned to take the sport into the future.
Do Stephen EspinozaPresident, Sports & Event Programming, Showtime Networks Inc., and four-time Emmy Award winner® Award-winning Executive Producer David Dinkins, Jr., who guides the all-star cast of commentators and producers, SHOWTIME® remains the most enduring and reliable foundation in boxing.
Arguably the heaviest active weight class of this era, the undefeated Spence, already a unified champion, will look to claim a third world title as he puts his WBC and IBF belts first WBA World Champion Yordenis Ugas above Saturday, April 16 during the main event on SHOWTIME PPV® at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. Spence-Ugas is only 12order Unification match in the history of the Korean weight division, participate in classic matches like “Sugar” Ray Leonard compare to Thomas Hearns I and Floyd Mayweather compare to Manny Pacquiao. The bout was riveting as Spence attempted to claim supremacy in one of boxing’s deepest divisions, while Ugas, who had almost given up on the sport, aimed to complete a stunning turnaround. after beating eighth-place world champion Pacquiao in August.
Boxing superstar and world champion 5 times, 3 divisions Tank Davis will title his fourth SHOWTIME PPV event in a row against the enemy Rolando Romero above Saturday, May 28at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NYfor Davis’ WBA Lightweight World Title. The match came after Davis’ unanimous decision victory in 12 tough innings Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz in which Davis weathered trauma in front of a starry, sold-out crowd in Los Angeles last December.
No. 1 candidate, 154 quintals WBO Tim Tszyuson of the Hall of Famer Kostya Tszyuwho fought many of his most memorable fights on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING, will debut in the US Saturday, March 26 against 2012 US Olympic athletes and top contenders Terrell Gausha at The Armory in Minneapolis. Southern snakes begin to appear Erickson Lubin and Sebastian Fundora will participate in a Welterweight super-fight, for WBC’s provisional title, in the second of a series of exciting, tie-break matches in the upper division. Saturday, April 9 from the Virgin Hotel in Las Vegas.
Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano will once again be looking to become the first undisputed 154-pound champion in the four-belt era and only the third undisputed overall champion today when they meet in an epic rematch. dictionary in 2021 in Saturday, May 14 in Los Angeles. Plus, the rising heavyweight star Ennis, ability The most talented boxer who has yet to win the world title, returns as a teammate against Custio Clayton in the IBF Welterweight Title Elimination Machine.
Former two-time world champion Benavidez back to action on Saturday, May 21 against the knockout artist David Lemieux at 168 pounds in Phoenix, Ariz., in a showdown between the sport’s two biggest boxers.
Fultonin his first match since his title unification win in the 122-pound division against Brandon Figueroawill defend his title on Saturday, June 4 in Minneapolis, against the former unified world champion Danny Roman in other can not miss matchup.
Jermall Charlo will defend his WBC middleweight world championship for the fifth time on Saturday, June 18when he faced the former world title challenger, the 6th place of the WBC Maciej Sulecki on the weekend of June 13 in Houston.
Above Saturday, July 9in San Antonio, Texas, WBC Finalized Featherweight World Champion Mark Magsayo will defend his first title since being dethroned Gary Russell Jr.enter SHOWTIME against the undefeated mandatory challenger and former super bantamweight owner Rey Vargas.
Additional high odds matches will be announced when the individual battle cards are filled in.
“This is a great time to be a boxing fan and SHOWTIME viewer with lots of high-level, result-driven fights on our schedule,” said EspinozaPresident, Sports & Event Programming, Showtime Networks Inc. “We continue to grow the sport at every level, from our grassroots events SHOBOX to be crowned unified and undisputed champions on boxing’s deepest divisions. When you consider the competitive nature of these fights, the star power of fighters like Errol Spence, Jr., ‘Tank’ Davis, David Benavidez, the Charlo brothers — and the youthful vitality of Stephen Fulton , Jr., Jaron Ennis, and Brandun Lee—It has never been clearer that SHOWTIME is the destination for the most exciting battles and will last for years to come. This SHOWTIME Boxing roster is the strongest of any network or platform in 2022.”
Sports SHOWTIME boxing schedule there are seven versions of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® and two key SHOWTIME PPV events, all presented by top boxing champions:
- March 26 – SHOWTIME CHAMPION BOX
Armory, Minneapolis, Minn.
- Tim Tszyu vs. Terrell Gausha, First Leg Super Welterweight
- Michel Rivera vs. Joseph Adorno, Lightweight
- Elvis Rodriguez vs. Juan Jose Velasco, Ultralightweight (142 LBS)
- April 9 – SHOWTIME CHAMPION BOX
Theater at Virgin Hotel, Las Vegas
- Erickson Lubin vs. Sebastian Fundora, WBC Super Welterweight Title
- Tony Harrison vs. Sergio Garcia, Welterweight Super First Leg
- Kevin Salgado vs Bryant Perrella, Welterweight Super First Leg
- April 16 – SHOWTIME PPV
AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
- Errol Spence Jr. with. Yordenis Ugas, WBC, WBA & IBF Unified Welterweight World Champion
TIME CHAPTER BOX (Previous PPV):
- Radzhab Butaev vs. Eimantas Stanionis, WBA Welterweight Championship Match
- Brandun Lee vs. Zachary Ochoa, Super Light First Leg
- May 14 – SHOWTIME CHAMPION BOX
- Jermell Charlo vs Brian Castaño II, IBF Undisputed, WBA, WBC & WBO Unified Welterweight
- Jaron Ennis vs Custio Clayton, IBF Welterweight Eliminator
- May 21 – SHOWTIME CHAMPION BOX
- David Benavidez vs David Lemieux, Super Medium
- Yoelvis Gomez vs. Jorge Cota, First Leg Super Welterweight
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
- Gervonta Davis vs. Rolando Romero, WBA Lightweight World Championship
- June 4 – SHOWTIME CHAMPION BOX
- Stephen Fulton, Jr. with. Danny Roman, WBO & WBC Super Bantamweight Championship
- David Morrell vs Kalvin Henderson, WBA Super Middleweight World Title
- June 18 – SHOWTIME CHAMPION BOX
- Jermall Charlo vs. Maciej Sulecki, WBC middleweight world champion
- July 9 – SHOWTIME CHAMPION BOX
- Mark Magsayo vs Rey Vargas, WBC Featherweight World Championship