All three 154-pound world champions prevailed on a night where the division's best put on an exciting show in Brooklyn, New York.
WBA champion Erislandy Lara meets 2012 Olympian Terrell Gausha, WBC champ Jermell Charlo takes on top contender Erickson Lubin and IBF titleholder Jarrett Hurd faces former champion Austin Trout tonight on a Showtime title tripleheader at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT.
A 154-pound showdown between two of boxing's most-talented—and outspoken—young fighters could steal the show during Saturday night's title tripleheader on Showtime.
Six of the world's top 154-pound boxers are ready to pay homage to their division's deep history, while trying to strengthen their own legacies Saturday night during a title tripleheader in Brooklyn, NY.
Unbeaten contender Erickson "Hammer" Lubin insists that after a lifetime of training for a moment like Saturday night, he's ready to take his place as a 154-pound world champion.
On this episode of PBC Jabs, Jordan Hardy checks in 154-pound contender Erickson Lubin ahead of his first world title fight against Jermell Charlo on October 14. Plus, we recap our September 19th FS1 show and preview our upcoming September 26th FS1 show.
Here’s a list of some of PBC's top rising stars. Boxers on this list are on a hot streak, like a slugger in baseball on a hitting streak or a running back in football who keeps posting 100-yard rushing games. They’re not ranked in any particular order. We’ll leave that to you—the reader.
There is a youth movement in boxing, spearheaded by a group of champions and contenders who are showing old-school grit and a willingness to go anywhere and fight anyone to get to the top.