Despite being knocked down in the first round, Tim Tszyu shined in his U.S. debut, dominating Terrell Gausha over 12 rounds on his way to a unanimous decision victory in their super welterweight bout, live on SHOWTIME from The Armory in Minneapolis, MN.
Top super welterweight contender and rising star Tim Tszyu makes his long-awaited U.S. debut when he takes on U.S. Olympian Terrell Gausha in a 12-round showdown that headlines action live on SHOWTIME Saturday, March 26 from The Armory in Minneapolis in a Premier Boxing Champions event.
Undefeated two-time world super middleweight champion David Benavidez and 154-pound contender Terrell Gausha are this week’s guests on The PBC Podcast. Benavidez is on fire as he looks ahead to his May 21 bout versus David Lemieux and breaks down fights versus Caleb Plant, Jermall Charlo and more.
Terrell Gausha improved to 22-2-1 (11 KOs) following an impressive second-round technical knockout victory over Jamontay Clark in their scheduled 10-round super welterweight contest, live on SHOWTIME.
Erickson "The Hammer" Lubin improves to 23-1 following his unanimous decision victory over Terrell Gausha in their super welterweight title eliminator on September 19, 2020, live on SHOWTIME.
On September 19, 2020, top contenders Erickson Lubin and Terrell Gausha will face off in a super welterweight title eliminator, live on SHOWTIME at 9pm ET/6pm PT.
SHOWTIME Sports and Premier Boxing Champions announced today a lineup of nine live boxing events featuring 18 undefeated fighters, nine world champions, and eight world championship fights including one world title unification bout. The schedule comprises 22 critical matchups from bantamweight to heavyweight and features some of the biggest stars in the sport today - Gervonta Davis, Leo Santa Cruz, Jermall Charlo, Jermell Charlo, David Benavidez and more. It is the largest collection of world championship boxing announced since the COVID-19 pandemic forced a stoppage of the sport.
Former welterweight champion Andre Berto shares his thoughts on the death of George Floyd, the protests and working toward a solution. Plus, Sergiy Derevyanchenko wants a crack at Jermall Charlo and Terrell Gausha sets his sights on Erickson Lubin.