Pulev Vs. Johnson - Video
NEW YORK, NY – FITE TV will stream this Friday’s (April 28) “Final Countdown” event, headlined by a heavyweight match of former world title contenders Kubrat “The Cobra” Pulev and Kevin “Kingpin” Johnson, live on pay per view, starting at 2 p.m. ET /11 a.m. PT, from Armeec Arena in Sofia, Bulgaria. Encore presentations will also be available to watch.
FITE TV is a Combat Sports Network that features boxing, MMA and wrestling programming. FITE gives viewers the choice to watch the program on line at www.FITE.tv, on their mobile device or on their WiFi connected television using the FITE app. The FITE app can be downloaded for free at Google Play or the iTunes app stores.
“Final Countdown: Pulev vs. Johnson”, promoted by Sauerland Promotions, is available to watch on the FITE app and website for a suggested retail price of $19.99. (continue reading…)
Blockbuster Fights at Barclays Center, Olympian Charles Conwell’s Debut and the Crowning of New Interim World Champion Avtandil Khurtsidze in the UK
NEW YORK - It was an eventful weekend for DiBella Entertainment (DBE) that spanned two continents, and saw the beginning of one career and a career-best victory for another. In addition to promoting the Showtime Championship Boxing event, headlined by Shawn Porter vs. Andre Berto at Barclays Center, in Brooklyn, NY, DBE saw one of its fighters, 2016 United States Olympian Charles Conwell, make his pro debut and begin his journey toward a world title, while another, Avtandil Khurtsidze, capture the interim WBO world middleweight championship across the pond in Leicester, England. (continue reading…)
Click to see Official Weigh In
Airing live tomorrow in North America
MAIN EVENT – WBO SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE ELMINATOR (12 rounds)
ROBIN KRASNIQI (46-4, 17 KOs), WBO #3, Munich, Germany 166 ½ lbs.
“King” ARTHUR ABRAHAM (45-5, 30 KOs), WBO #2, Berlin, Germany by way of Armenia 168 lbs.
CO-FEATURE – VACANT WBO INTER-CONTINENTAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP (10 rounds)
TOM SCHWARZ (18-0-0, 11 KOs), Halle an der Saale, Germany 236 ½ lbs.
ADNAN “Bosnian Lion” REDZOVIC (17-1, 6 KOs), Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina236 ¾lbs.
Light Heavyweight World Champion Adonis Stevenson Faces Andrzej Fonfara in Championship Rematch That Headlines SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING, Presented by Premier Boxing Champions, Saturday, June 3 Live on SHOWTIME from Bell Centre in Montreal
Light Heavyweight Showdown Between Top Contender Eleider Alvarez and Former World Champion Jean Pascal
Featured as Co-Main Event on SHOWTIME
Tickets on Sale Now!
MONTREAL (April 21, 2017) – WBC Light Heavyweight World Champion Adonis “Superman” Stevenson will take-on hard-hitting Polish contender Andrzej Fonfara in a rematch of their 2014 slugfest on Saturday, June 3 in the main event of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING, presented by Premier Boxing Champions, live on SHOWTIME from the Bell Centre in Montreal.
Televised coverage will also include a matchup of top light heavyweights as WBC number-one contender Eleider Alvarez (22-0, 11 KOs) faces former world champion Jean Pascal (31-4-1, 18 KOs) with both men looking to get a shot at the winner of the main event next. (continue reading…)
Dibella Entertainment Continues Partnership with New York Daily News Golden Gloves For 4th Consecutive Year
90th ANNUAL NEW YORK GOLDEN GLOVES FINALS
MANHATTAN CENTER, FRIDAY, APRIL 21
AVIATOR SPORTS AND EVENTS CENTER, SATURDAY, APRIL 22
NEW YORK - For the fourth consecutive year, DiBella Entertainment (DBE) has secured the broadcast rights for the New York Daily News Golden Gloves finals. This year, the NY Golden Gloves, which is one of the preeminent amateur tournaments in the world and a New York institution, celebrates its 90th anniversary. The finals take place tonight at New York City’s Manhattan Center and on Saturday at the Aviator Sports and Events Center in Brooklyn.
Since 1927, local boxers in New York have competed for the chance to win a Daily News Golden Gloves championship. The tournament was a launching pad for world champions such as Emile Griffith, Jose Torres, Floyd Patterson, Riddick Bowe, Mark Breland, Zab Judah and Daniel Jacobs. Thus far, 42 Golden Gloves medalists have gone on to win professional world championships.