The verbal warfare launched and nuggets of knowledge were dropped at the inaugural press conference for a star-studded night of action Saturday, March 30, in a PBC Pay-Per-View Available On Prime Video.
Two-Time World Champion Keith Thurman Battles Undefeated Rising Star Tim Tszyu in Main Event & WBA Super Lightweight World Champion Rolando “Rolly” Romero Defends His Belt Against All-Action Mexican Star Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz in Co-Main Event on Saturday, March 30 in the inaugural PBC Pay-Per-View available on Prime Video from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Before Saturday’s fight at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, Peter Quillin demurred when he was asked if he needed to make a statement against Australian opponent Michael Zerafa.
Fighters love to talk about “making a statement.” You can make the argument that how you win is almost as important as whether you win.
Boxing is like baseball in the sense that no matter how many runs a team is down, the game can turn in one inning. In boxing, it only takes one blinding punch to gain a fight-saving knockout. We call that “The Eraser.”
During his rise to a 160-pound world championship, Peter Quillin was as active as anyone in the division, fighting an average of four times annually from mid-2005 (when he turned pro) through 2011.