Zachary” Zungry” Ochoa defeats Hector Morengo via TKO 1:32 seconds into the 4th round! #Boom #Brookyn to #DC

Sir Marcus Browne, remains undefeated, winner by UD improving to 10-0 ( 7 KOs) 

#WrappedUp!!

#WrappedUp!!

RUSLAN PROVODNIKOV VS. CHRIS ALGIERI
SATURDAY, JUNE 14 AT BARCLAYS CENTER AND LIVE ON HBO
 
—Tickets On Sale Thursday, April 24 at 10 A.M.—BROOKLYN (April 16, 2014) - World Championship boxing returns to Barclays Center when the “The Siberian Rocky” RUSLAN PROVODNIKOV makes the first defense of his World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior welterweight title and his Brooklyn debut against undefeated world-rated contender and New York product CHRIS ALGIERI. Provodnikov vs. Algieri will take place Saturday, June 14 and will be televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark(r), beginning at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.The co-main event will feature undefeated WBO junior middleweight champion DEMETRIUS “Boo Boo” ANDRADE  making his first title defense, against No. 1 contender and mandatory challenger BRIAN “The Lion” ROSE.These four gladiators boast a combined record of 87-3-1 (44 KOs)- winning a collective of 96 percent with more than half of their combined victories coming by way of knockout.The action-packed undercard will feature undefeated World Boxing Council (WBC) Continental Americas champion, Top-Five contender and Long Beach, Long Island fan-favorite “Irish” SEANIE MONAGHAN, and the debut of professional women’s boxing at Barclays Center with HEATHER “The Heat” HARDY of Brooklyn risking her undefeated record.Promoted by Banner Promotions and Top Rank(r), in association with Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing, tickets to the Provodnikov-Algieri world champion event are $31, $56, $86, $106 and $206. Tickets will go on sale beginning Thursday, April 24 at 10:00 a.m. and can be purchased online via Ticketmaster by visiting www.barclayscenter.com<http://www.barclayscenter.com> orwww.ticketmaster.com<http://www.ticketmaster.com>, or by calling 800-745-3000. Tickets are also available at the American Express Box Office at Barclays Center beginning Friday, April 25 at noon. Group tickets are also available by calling 855-GROUP-BK. For information on individual suites, please call 718-BK-SUITE."I am very excited to be fighting in Brooklyn at Barclays Center and look forward to this fight very much," said Provodnikov.  "I know a lot of my fans from Russia will be flying in to see this great event.  I also hope that my fans from the United States, including the great Russian community in Brooklyn, will be there to support me.""I cannot wait for June 14," said Algieri. "Ruslan is a great champion and a feared and avoided guy in the junior welterweight division, which is exactly why I am eager for the chance to fight him.  I am ready.""This will be a great event," said Arthur Pelullo, President of Banner Promotions.  "Ruslan has proven in his last two bouts that he is one of the best fighters in the world and he knows that the biggest fights are ahead of him. Algieri is hungry and will be fighting close to home so we know this will be an outstanding fight with both men each bringing in a legion of fans to support them. We look forward to bringing this great event to Barclays Center in front of the great fans in Brooklyn.""We have been grooming Chris for this opportunity and I know he is ready," said Joe DeGuardia of Star Boxing. "Chris is in top shape and thrilled to be fighting Ruslan, one of the toughest and most highly-regarded fighters in boxing. This show will be captivating and I am looking forward to watching it at one of the most premiere arenas in the World.""We are excited to continue hosting such great boxing events at Barclays Center," said Barclays Center CEO Brett Yormark. "Between the large Russian community in Brooklyn coming out to support Ruslan, and the other local fighters on the card, we expect a great crowd and a lot of excitement in Brooklyn on June 14. I also want to thank our boxing partner Golden Boy Promotions for graciously enabling us to host this fight for the boxing fans of this borough."Provodnikov (23-2, 16 KOs), born and raised in Berezovo, Khanty-Mansi, Russia in Siberia, is trained by Hall of Famer Freddie Roach.  He had an incredible year in 2013. On March 16, he was on the wrong end of a hotly-disputed unanimous decision loss to undefeated WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley, Jr.   Provodnikov, who moved up in weight for his first title shot, hurt Bradley numerous times during their slugfest, nearly knocking out the defending champion in the first and second rounds and scoring a knockdown in the final round. Two of the three scorecards had Bradley winning by only one point.  It was voted the Fight of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America.  Provodnikov moved down to his natural weight in his next fight and challenged WBO junior welterweight champion Mike Alvarado, scoring a dramatic 10th round stoppage to claim his world title, last October 19. Five of Provodnikov’s  last six victories have been by knockout.Algieri (19-0 8 KOs), hails from nearby Huntington, NY. Over the last 18 months Chris has elevated himself to a world-class contender after accumulating significant victories over top prospect Jose Alejo, former USBA champion Mike Arnaoutis, and most recently highly-rated contender Emmanuel Taylor in February.   He’s as much a scholar as he is a brawler.  He graduated from Stony Brook University with Honors in 2007 with a Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management and then went on to receive his Masters degree from the New York Institute of Technology.  He aspires to attend Medical School."We are excited to have Demetrius make his first defense on this card," said Pelullo, Andrade’s co-promoter. " He is one of the future stars of boxing.  To be at Barclays Center in Brooklyn is just fabulous""I am thrilled that Demetrius Andrade will be defending his WBO World Championship on this fantastic card," added Andrade co-promoter DeGuardia.  " I’ve always felt Demetrius would rise to stardom and, on June 14, he will be able to do it in spectacular fashion at the beautiful Barclay Center in Brooklyn, NY."Andrade (20-0, 13 KO), of Providence, RI, has been a mainstay on television since making his professional debut following his stint on the 2008 U.S. Olympic team.  Co-promoted by Banner Promotions and Star Boxing,  Andrade’s aggressive style has attracted and created fans on both coasts of the U.S.  He captured the vacant world title on November 9, defeating fellow U.S. Olympian Vanes Martirosyan in a battle of undefeated top-rated contenders. One doesn’t have to look any further than his recent record where Andrade has stopped five of his last eight opponents.  Career highlights include victories over former world title challengers Freddy Hernandez and Angel Hernandez as well as former Contender champion Grady Brewer.Rose (25-1-1, 7 KOs), from Blackpool, Lancashire, England, will be fighting outside the United Kingdom for the first time. He enters his first world title tilt riding a four-year, 11-bout winning streak, which has included BBBofC British, BBBoC  English and WBO Inter-Continental junior middleweight title victories.  In his last fight, on October 26, he won a split decision over Javier Maciel in a title elimination bout which made Rose the WBO’s mandatory junior middleweight challenger and No. 1 contender.  Career highlights include knockout victories over former world champions Joachim Alcine and Vivian Harris.

RUSLAN PROVODNIKOV VS. CHRIS ALGIERI

SATURDAY, JUNE 14 AT BARCLAYS CENTER AND LIVE ON HBO

 


—Tickets On Sale Thursday, April 24 at 10 A.M.—

BROOKLYN (April 16, 2014) - World Championship boxing returns to Barclays Center when the “The Siberian Rocky” RUSLAN PROVODNIKOV makes the first defense of his World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior welterweight title and his Brooklyn debut against undefeated world-rated contender and New York product CHRIS ALGIERI. Provodnikov vs. Algieri will take place Saturday, June 14 and will be televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark(r), beginning at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.

The co-main event will feature undefeated WBO junior middleweight champion DEMETRIUS “Boo Boo” ANDRADE  making his first title defense, against No. 1 contender and mandatory challenger BRIAN “The Lion” ROSE.

These four gladiators boast a combined record of 87-3-1 (44 KOs)- winning a collective of 96 percent with more than half of their combined victories coming by way of knockout.

The action-packed undercard will feature undefeated World Boxing Council (WBC) Continental Americas champion, Top-Five contender and Long Beach, Long Island fan-favorite “Irish” SEANIE MONAGHAN, and the debut of professional women’s boxing at Barclays Center with HEATHER “The Heat” HARDY of Brooklyn risking her undefeated record.

Promoted by Banner Promotions and Top Rank(r), in association with Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing, tickets to the Provodnikov-Algieri world champion event are $31, $56, $86, $106 and $206. Tickets will go on sale beginning Thursday, April 24 at 10:00 a.m. and can be purchased online via Ticketmaster by visiting www.barclayscenter.com<http://www.barclayscenter.com> orwww.ticketmaster.com<http://www.ticketmaster.com>, or by calling 800-745-3000. Tickets are also available at the American Express Box Office at Barclays Center beginning Friday, April 25 at noon. Group tickets are also available by calling 855-GROUP-BK. For information on individual suites, please call 718-BK-SUITE.

"I am very excited to be fighting in Brooklyn at Barclays Center and look forward to this fight very much," said Provodnikov.  "I know a lot of my fans from Russia will be flying in to see this great event.  I also hope that my fans from the United States, including the great Russian community in Brooklyn, will be there to support me."

"I cannot wait for June 14," said Algieri. "Ruslan is a great champion and a feared and avoided guy in the junior welterweight division, which is exactly why I am eager for the chance to fight him.  I am ready."

"This will be a great event," said Arthur Pelullo, President of Banner Promotions.  "Ruslan has proven in his last two bouts that he is one of the best fighters in the world and he knows that the biggest fights are ahead of him. Algieri is hungry and will be fighting close to home so we know this will be an outstanding fight with both men each bringing in a legion of fans to support them. We look forward to bringing this great event to Barclays Center in front of the great fans in Brooklyn."

"We have been grooming Chris for this opportunity and I know he is ready," said Joe DeGuardia of Star Boxing. "Chris is in top shape and thrilled to be fighting Ruslan, one of the toughest and most highly-regarded fighters in boxing. This show will be captivating and I am looking forward to watching it at one of the most premiere arenas in the World."

"We are excited to continue hosting such great boxing events at Barclays Center," said Barclays Center CEO Brett Yormark. "Between the large Russian community in Brooklyn coming out to support Ruslan, and the other local fighters on the card, we expect a great crowd and a lot of excitement in Brooklyn on June 14. I also want to thank our boxing partner Golden Boy Promotions for graciously enabling us to host this fight for the boxing fans of this borough."

Provodnikov (23-2, 16 KOs), born and raised in Berezovo, Khanty-Mansi, Russia in Siberia, is trained by Hall of Famer Freddie Roach.  He had an incredible year in 2013. On March 16, he was on the wrong end of a hotly-disputed unanimous decision loss to undefeated WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley, Jr.   Provodnikov, who moved up in weight for his first title shot, hurt Bradley numerous times during their slugfest, nearly knocking out the defending champion in the first and second rounds and scoring a knockdown in the final round. Two of the three scorecards had Bradley winning by only one point.  It was voted the Fight of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America.  Provodnikov moved down to his natural weight in his next fight and challenged WBO junior welterweight champion Mike Alvarado, scoring a dramatic 10th round stoppage to claim his world title, last October 19. Five of Provodnikov’s  last six victories have been by knockout.

Algieri (19-0 8 KOs), hails from nearby Huntington, NY. Over the last 18 months Chris has elevated himself to a world-class contender after accumulating significant victories over top prospect Jose Alejo, former USBA champion Mike Arnaoutis, and most recently highly-rated contender Emmanuel Taylor in February.   He’s as much a scholar as he is a brawler.  He graduated from Stony Brook University with Honors in 2007 with a Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management and then went on to receive his Masters degree from the New York Institute of Technology.  He aspires to attend Medical School.

"We are excited to have Demetrius make his first defense on this card," said Pelullo, Andrade’s co-promoter. " He is one of the future stars of boxing.  To be at Barclays Center in Brooklyn is just fabulous"

"I am thrilled that Demetrius Andrade will be defending his WBO World Championship on this fantastic card," added Andrade co-promoter DeGuardia.  " I’ve always felt Demetrius would rise to stardom and, on June 14, he will be able to do it in spectacular fashion at the beautiful Barclay Center in Brooklyn, NY."

Andrade (20-0, 13 KO), of Providence, RI, has been a mainstay on television since making his professional debut following his stint on the 2008 U.S. Olympic team.  Co-promoted by Banner Promotions and Star Boxing,  Andrade’s aggressive style has attracted and created fans on both coasts of the U.S.  He captured the vacant world title on November 9, defeating fellow U.S. Olympian Vanes Martirosyan in a battle of undefeated top-rated contenders. One doesn’t have to look any further than his recent record where Andrade has stopped five of his last eight opponents.  Career highlights include victories over former world title challengers Freddy Hernandez and Angel Hernandez as well as former Contender champion Grady Brewer.

Rose (25-1-1, 7 KOs), from Blackpool, Lancashire, England, will be fighting outside the United Kingdom for the first time. He enters his first world title tilt riding a four-year, 11-bout winning streak, which has included BBBofC British, BBBoC  English and WBO Inter-Continental junior middleweight title victories.  In his last fight, on October 26, he won a split decision over Javier Maciel in a title elimination bout which made Rose the WBO’s mandatory junior middleweight challenger and No. 1 contender.  Career highlights include knockout victories over former world champions Joachim Alcine and Vivian Harris.

STAR OF DAVID COMING BACK TO BROOKLYN FOR MORE BROOKLYN BRAWLS!Knockouts Are A Sure Thing Come May 15, When Dmitriy Salita Presents An Evening Of Super-Charged Professional Boxing!New York area fight fans, get ready for another action-packed evening of professional boxing, featuring many of the best and brightestpugilists in the region.Promoter Dmitriy Salita is proud and excited to announce a fight card, sure to promisethrilling action, and ferocious knockouts, at the Millennium Theater in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn on May 15. &#8220;I am excited about another talent packed show,&#8221; Salitasaid. &#8220;The show will showcase multi-cultural NYC with some of the best contendersin the sport, all from different communities. That&#8217;s what boxing in New York Cityis all about!&#8221;Salita&#8217;s Star of David Promotions has crafted a top-notch slate, topped by cruiserweightcontender Steve Bujaj. The 12-0 Albanian native snapped up the NY State cruiser crown at the Millennium in February, and Salita promises he will be matched toughon May 15 as he continues his push to a world title. Bujaj will bring a rooting section down from Yonkers, where he resides. &#8220;Bujaj is an excellent fighter, who is looking to climb up the contender ladder,&#8221; Salita said. &#8220;He is looking to placehimself into title contention this year.&#8221;Jarrell Miller, a promising heavyweight just signed to Star of David, will also see action. The Brooklyn resident, nicknamed &#8220;Big Baby,&#8221; has been making foes whimperlike a newborn; he is 8-0, with 8 KOs. Can 13-2 Vincent Thompson make his &#8220;0&#8221; go? &#8221;Jarrell Miller is one of best, most explosive heavyweight prospects in America,&#8221;the promoter said. &#8220;He is taking on a tough contender, a fellow prospect, and is very focused on making a statement in this fight.&#8221;Middleweight prospect Steve Martinez wowed the Millennium crowd with his power-punchingstyle at the Theater in February, and Salita is bringing the 14-1 Bronx boxer backfor an encore on May 15. Opponent Taronze Washington will be flown in from Texas,having won two of his last three fights, with a desire to silence Martinez&#8217; fans traveling down from the Bronx. &#8220;Steve Martinez is back in the ring again and is looking to put on another exciting performance,&#8221; Salita said. &#8220;Steve is looking to fight top contenders in the division.&#8221;Boxing fans will be entertained by the talented hitter Amanda Serrano, a Puerto Rican-born Brooklyn resident who boasts a 20-1 record. The former WBC super featherweightchampion craves another world title shot, ASAP, and needs a win in Brighton Beachto maintain momentum.Also gloving up May 15 at the Millennium: Dimash Niyazov, a 5-0-2 pugilist from Staten Island; fellow New Yorker Peter Reyes, a 4-0 slugger who seeks the show-stopperKO in every bout; Marco Suarez, a 2-0 prospect from the Bronx; and 3-1 Akil Augustefrom Brooklyn.

STAR OF DAVID COMING BACK TO BROOKLYN FOR MORE BROOKLYN BRAWLS!
Knockouts Are A Sure Thing Come May 15, When Dmitriy Salita Presents An Evening 
Of Super-Charged Professional Boxing!

New York area fight fans, get ready for another 
action-packed evening of professional boxing, featuring many of the best and brightest
pugilists in the region.
Promoter Dmitriy Salita is proud and excited to announce a fight card, sure to promise
thrilling action, and ferocious knockouts, at the Millennium Theater in Brighton
 Beach, Brooklyn on May 15. “I am excited about another talent packed show,” Salita
said. “The show will showcase multi-cultural NYC with some of the best contenders
in the sport, all from different communities. That’s what boxing in New York City
is all about!”
Salita’s Star of David Promotions has crafted a top-notch slate, topped by cruiserweight
contender Steve Bujaj. The 12-0 Albanian native snapped up the NY State cruiser 
crown at the Millennium in February, and Salita promises he will be matched tough
on May 15 as he continues his push to a world title. Bujaj will bring a rooting 
section down from Yonkers, where he resides. “Bujaj is an excellent fighter, who
 is looking to climb up the contender ladder,” Salita said. “He is looking to place
himself into title contention this year.”
Jarrell Miller, a promising heavyweight just signed to Star of David, will also 
see action. The Brooklyn resident, nicknamed “Big Baby,” has been making foes whimper
like a newborn; he is 8-0, with 8 KOs. Can 13-2 Vincent Thompson make his “0” go?
 ”Jarrell Miller is one of best, most explosive heavyweight prospects in America,”
the promoter said. “He is taking on a tough contender, a fellow prospect, and is
 very focused on making a statement in this fight.”
Middleweight prospect Steve Martinez wowed the Millennium crowd with his power-punching
style at the Theater in February, and Salita is bringing the 14-1 Bronx boxer back
for an encore on May 15. Opponent Taronze Washington will be flown in from Texas,
having won two of his last three fights, with a desire to silence Martinez’ fans
 traveling down from the Bronx. “Steve Martinez is back in the ring again and is
 looking to put on another exciting performance,” Salita said. “Steve is looking
 to fight top contenders in the division.”
Boxing fans will be entertained by the talented hitter Amanda Serrano, a Puerto 
Rican-born Brooklyn resident who boasts a 20-1 record. The former WBC super featherweight
champion craves another world title shot, ASAP, and needs a win in Brighton Beach
to maintain momentum.
Also gloving up May 15 at the Millennium: Dimash Niyazov, a 5-0-2 pugilist from 
Staten Island; fellow New Yorker Peter Reyes, a 4-0 slugger who seeks the show-stopper
KO in every bout; Marco Suarez, a 2-0 prospect from the Bronx; and 3-1 Akil Auguste
from Brooklyn.

Dominic Wade, Up and coming prospect currently 15-0 ( 11 KOs) #Thepurplecorner 

Dominic Wade, Up and coming prospect currently 15-0 ( 11 KOs) #Thepurplecorner 

#TeamBrowne Last friday at the weigh-in&#8217;s in Washington, D.C

#TeamBrowne Last friday at the weigh-in’s in Washington, D.C

D’Mitrius Ballard 

DIBELLA ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES EXCLUSIVE PARTNERSHIP
WITH NY GOLDEN GLOVES

NY GOLDEN GLOVES FINALS TO BE AIRED
AS PART OF BROADWAY BOXING SERIES

New York, NY (4/21/14) - This past Wednesday and Thursday, the famed New York Golden Gloves finals took place before a packed house at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.  Following the completion of the finals, it was officially announced that the New York Daily News and DiBella Entertainment have entered into an exclusive joint partnership.  The broadcasts of the finals will be shown on SNY as well as Comcast affiliations as part of DBE&#8217;s popular Broadway Boxing series.

 
"DBE is thrilled to forge this partnership with the New York Golden Gloves. The Gloves are one of the preeminent amateur tournaments in the world and a New York institution. Broadway Boxing has become the home for many former New York Golden Glovers. It is natural for DBE and Broadway Boxing to join forces with the Golden Gloves to bring this exciting action to our viewers,&#8221; said Lou DiBella, who served as the lead commentator on the broadcast both nights.  

"Lou DiBella, being the great friend that he is, has committed to giving this exposure to these amateurs and it&#8217;s truly appreciated by all of us involved with the Gloves. Lou understands the value of NYC grassroots boxing and we are thrilled to have him involved in this capacity," said Brian Adams, the New York Daily News Golden Gloves director.

"SNY is excited to add the Golden Gloves to our Broadway Boxing television package", said Kevin Sornatale.  "The rich history of New York Golden Gloves enhances our overall boxing programming in 2014 and adds to our profile as the television home of all things New York sports."

 


 

DIBELLA ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES EXCLUSIVE PARTNERSHIP

WITH NY GOLDEN GLOVES

NY GOLDEN GLOVES FINALS TO BE AIRED

AS PART OF BROADWAY BOXING SERIES

New York, NY (4/21/14) - This past Wednesday and Thursday, the famed New York Golden Gloves finals took place before a packed house at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.  Following the completion of the finals, it was officially announced that the New York Daily News and DiBella Entertainment have entered into an exclusive joint partnership.  The broadcasts of the finals will be shown on SNY as well as Comcast affiliations as part of DBE’s popular Broadway Boxing series.

 

"DBE is thrilled to forge this partnership with the New York Golden Gloves. The Gloves are one of the preeminent amateur tournaments in the world and a New York institution. Broadway Boxing has become the home for many former New York Golden Glovers. It is natural for DBE and Broadway Boxing to join forces with the Golden Gloves to bring this exciting action to our viewers,” said Lou DiBella, who served as the lead commentator on the broadcast both nights.  

"Lou DiBella, being the great friend that he is, has committed to giving this exposure to these amateurs and it’s truly appreciated by all of us involved with the Gloves. Lou understands the value of NYC grassroots boxing and we are thrilled to have him involved in this capacity," said Brian Adams, the New York Daily News Golden Gloves director.

"SNY is excited to add the Golden Gloves to our Broadway Boxing television package", said Kevin Sornatale.  "The rich history of New York Golden Gloves enhances our overall boxing programming in 2014 and adds to our profile as the television home of all things New York sports."

 

 

OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN FOR &#8220;HISTORY AT THE CAPITOL:
BERNARD HOPKINS VS. BEIBUT SHUMENOV&#8221;
 
FRIDAY, APRIL 18 AT 1 P.M. ET
MARRIOTT RENAISSANCE DOWNTOWN

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

WHO:  BERNARD HOPKINS, IBF Light Heavyweight World Champion
            BEIBUT SHUMENOV, WBA Super Light Heavyweight World             Champion
                        SHAWN PORTER, IBF Welterweight World Champion
                        PAULIE MALIGNAGGI, NABF Welterweight Champion
                        PETER QUILLIN, WBO Middleweight World Champion
            LUKAS KONECNY, WBO European Champion &amp; Former WBO Junior    
             Middleweight Champion
           &#8221;HISTORY AT THE CAPITOL&#8221; UNDERCARD FIGHTERS
 
WHAT:           Future Hall of Famer and Light Heavyweight World Champion
           Bernard &#8221;The Alien&#8221; Hopkins, Beibut Shumenov and the full undercardwill                officially weigh-in before their respective fights taking place Saturday, April 19 at              the DC Armory in Washington, D.C. live on SHOWTIME® 9 p.m. ET/PT                    (immediately following ALL ACCESS: Mayweather vs. Maidana).
           EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
 
WHEN:           Friday, April 18
           12 p.m. ET - Weigh-in Doors Open
           1 p.m. ET- Weigh-in Begins 

WHERE:         Marriott Renaissance - Downtown
           Renaissance Ballroom West
           999 Ninth Street NW
           Washington, DC 20001
 
FACTS:         Hopkins vs. Shumenov, a 12-round fight for the IBF, WBA and IBA Light   Heavyweight World Championship, will take place Saturday, April 19 at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C. The event is promoted by Golden Boy Promotions and sponsored by Corona, AT&amp;T and Casamigos Tequila. In the 12-round co-features, Shawn Porter defends his IBF Welterweight World Title against Paulie Malignaggi and Peter Quillin puts his WBO Middleweight World Title on the line against Lukas Konecny. The live SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® telecast will begin at 9 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast) immediately following ALL ACCESS: Mayweather vs. Maidana. The telecast will be available in Spanish via secondary audio programming (SAP). Preliminary bouts will air on SHOWTIME EXTREME® at 7 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast).
  
TICKETS:     Tickets priced at $25, $50, $75, $200 and $300, plus applicable taxes,
Fees and services charges, are on sale now and available online athttp://www.ticketmaster.com, all Ticketmaster locations or by calling (800) 745-3000. The DC Armory Box Office will be open on fight night only from 3 p.m.-10 p.m. ET.

OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN FOR “HISTORY AT THE CAPITOL:

BERNARD HOPKINS VS. BEIBUT SHUMENOV”

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 18 AT 1 P.M. ET

MARRIOTT RENAISSANCE DOWNTOWN

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

WHO:  BERNARD HOPKINS, IBF Light Heavyweight World Champion

            BEIBUT SHUMENOV, WBA Super Light Heavyweight World             Champion

                        SHAWN PORTER, IBF Welterweight World Champion

                        PAULIE MALIGNAGGI, NABF Welterweight Champion

                        PETER QUILLIN, WBO Middleweight World Champion

            LUKAS KONECNY, WBO European Champion & Former WBO Junior    

             Middleweight Champion

           ”HISTORY AT THE CAPITOL” UNDERCARD FIGHTERS

 

WHAT:           Future Hall of Famer and Light Heavyweight World Champion

           Bernard ”The Alien” HopkinsBeibut Shumenov and the full undercardwill                officially weigh-in before their respective fights taking place Saturday, April 19 at              the DC Armory in Washington, D.C. live on SHOWTIME® 9 p.m. ET/PT                    (immediately following ALL ACCESS: Mayweather vs. Maidana).

           EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

 

WHEN:           Friday, April 18

           12 p.m. ET - Weigh-in Doors Open

           1 p.m. ET- Weigh-in Begins 

WHERE:         Marriott Renaissance - Downtown

           Renaissance Ballroom West

           999 Ninth Street NW

           Washington, DC 20001

 

FACTS:         Hopkins vs. Shumenov, a 12-round fight for the IBF, WBA and IBA Light   Heavyweight World Championship, will take place Saturday, April 19 at the DC Armory in Washington, D.C. The event is promoted by Golden Boy Promotions and sponsored by Corona, AT&T and Casamigos Tequila. In the 12-round co-features, Shawn Porter defends his IBF Welterweight World Title against Paulie Malignaggi and Peter Quillin puts his WBO Middleweight World Title on the line against Lukas Konecny. The live SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® telecast will begin at 9 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast) immediately following ALL ACCESS: Mayweather vs. Maidana. The telecast will be available in Spanish via secondary audio programming (SAP). Preliminary bouts will air on SHOWTIME EXTREME® at 7 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast).

  

TICKETS:     Tickets priced at $25, $50, $75, $200 and $300, plus applicable taxes,

Fees and services charges, are on sale now and available online athttp://www.ticketmaster.com, all Ticketmaster locations or by calling (800) 745-3000The DC Armory Box Office will be open on fight night only from 3 p.m.-10 p.m. ET.

Bernard Hopkins vs. Beibut Shumenov Media Work Out 2.16.14 

6/14 Undercard Presser Ft Hardy, Andrade, Monaghan, & Galeano via. Hitfirstboxing