Victor Ortiz vs. Devon Alexander Fight

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Former welterweight world champions Victor Ortiz and Devon Alexander look to climb back into the top echelons of the division, as they face off on Saturday night in a twelve-round welterweight bout, live on Fox at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Ortiz (32-6-2, 25 KOs) held the WBC title in 2011, losing it to Floyd Mayweather on a bizarre knock out, after Ortiz had inexplicably head-butted Mayweather and was still attempting to apologize. Ortiz, 31, has been erratic since then, winning three and losing three over a five-year span, but he is coming off a fourth-round knockout of Saul Corral in July of last year. A southpaw with a fluid and entertaining style, Ortiz is a pressure fighter who can leave himself open to being countered.

IBF welterweight title in November 2012, but lost it a year later, in his second defense of the belt, to Shawn Porter. Alexander held the IBF and WBC super lightweight titles in 2010-2011. The St. Louis native is a southpaw as well, and he brings to the ring a well-rounded style with solid defense and potent offense. Alexander has a strong jab and a dangerous straight left, but he can also bang the body with the left hook.

After battling some on-and-off health issues over the last three years, Alexander is eager to get back on track. Coming off a UD victory over Walter Castillo in November, a big win Saturday night could jump start his career. “I’m excited to get back in there against a fighter like Victor Ortiz,” Alexander told PBC. “My speed, quickness, and smarts will win me this fight. Victor checks out sometimes when he can’t hit you, so my skills will be the difference


Groves vs Eubank Jr fight

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George Groves finally go head-to-head in the World Boxing Super Series semi-final tonight.The two Britons meet in one of the most highly-anticipated British boxing match-ups in years, with two world titles on the line. Groves will be defending his WBO title, with Eubank Jr offering up the rather less respected IBO title.

Though WBA champion Groves is just 18 months older than Eubank Jr, his career has included more high-profile bruising fights against the likes of James DeGale and Badou Jack as well two bouts with Carl Froch, including one at Wembley. But Eubank Jr starts as the slight favourite.

semi-final of the World Boxing Super Series as George Groves and Chris Eubank Junior fight for the first time for a spot in the super-middleweight final where the Muhammad Ali Trophy will be up for grabs.

Garcia vs Rios fight

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Premier Boxing Champions brings us a tripleheader that includes an IBF eliminator fight and the title shot for WBC Super Middleweight belt. The SHOWTIME coverage is set to begin at 10 PM EST.

The main event will be between the matched Danny Garcia and Brian Rios. The co-main event will the rematch between David Benavidez and Ronald Gavril. And the first televised fight will be between Yordenis Ugas and Ray Robinson.

welterweight bout is set to take place on Saturday night in Las Vegas, as former two-division champion Danny Garcia will step into the ring for the first time in nearly a year when he takes on Brandon Rios. Rios (34-3-1) will aim to keep Garcia (33-1-0) on the losing track.

Garcia was one of the fastest rising names in the sport, with the former welterweight champion carrying an undefeated record in 33 fights.

Rios, 31, is coming off a win in his last fight. In June 2017, He earned a knockout win over Aaron Herrera, the 25th knockout victory of his career, almost two years after he was defeated by Timothy Bradley Jr. in the same manner. Rios was successful in his return to the ring after nearly two years away, and he’ll look to keep that winning momentum going on Saturday against a fighter the likes of Garcia.


Dirrell vs Douglin

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Anthony Dirrell and Denis Douglin will headline a Premier Boxing Champions card from Dirrell’s hometown of Flint, Michigan. We’ll be here for live coverage.

Dirrell (30-1-1, 24 KO) is looking to get his career back on track. Though a winner of three straight since dropping his WBC 168-pound title to Badou Jack in 2015, Dirrell has missed out on bigger opportunities — including scheduled title bouts with Callum Smith and David Benavidez this year — either due to the opponent pulling out (Smith) or himself pulling out.

Douglin (20-5, 13 KO) is a big underdog and not a world contender — he’s shown as much losing two of his last five when he stepped up in class against George Groves and the aforementioned Benavidez.

Also on the card: welterweight prospects Jamontay Clark (12-0, 7 KO) and Domonique Dolton (19-1-1, 10 KO) meet, and junior welterweights Ryan Karl (14-1, 9 KO) and Kareem Martin (9-1-1, 3 KO) square off, as well. Both of those fights are scheduled for eight rounds, while Dirrell-Douglin is set for 10.


Wilder vs Stiverne Fight

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Deontay Wilder will be putting his heavyweight belt on the light against Bermane Stiverne on Saturday night, but there’s a lot more at stake for Wilder.

The heavyweight champion is finally getting a fight, but he is less than thrilled about it. Wilder has said that, should he lose to Stiverne in Saturday’s main event, he is considering retirement.

The fight was initially supposed to be against Luis Ortiz, but after Ortiz failed a drug test in September, Stiverne was bumped up from the undercard to fight the 38-0 Wilder. Wilder has won 37 fights by knockout and only one by decision, coming against Stiverne in 2015.

They may be longshot odds for Stiverne, but Wilder is coming into this fight with a bit of an uninspired mindset. Perhaps the young fighter can use this to his advantage. Wilder beat Stiverne over two years ago to claim his world champion status. In the undercard, Shawn Porter is battling back to get his champion status, and he’ll continue along that journey against Adrian Granados. Former champions Dominic Breazeale and Eric Molina will also be squaring up.

How to watch Wilder vs. Stiverne

Date: Saturday, Nov. 4
Main event time: 9 p.m. ET
Location: Barclays Center — Brooklyn, New York
Channel: Showtime
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