LIVE BOXING this week on Starting on Wednesday Night

LIVE BOXING this week on Starting on Wednesday Night

Program Lineup Through Tuesday May 21

Date Sport Event Price
Wed May 15 7:00PM ET Boxing Lou Dibella – Broadway Boxing $9.99
Sat May 18 4:00PM ET MMA Sparta Combat League – Chaos in the Cage $9.99
Sat May 18 6:00PM ET MMA Blackout Fighting Championship 7 $9.99
Sat May 18 6:30PM ET MMA Off the Chain MMA $14.99
Sat May 18 7:00PM ET Boxing Champion Class $9.99
Sat May 18 8:00PM ET MMA EFC 7: MMA Mania $9.99

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Lou Dibella – Broadway Boxing
Wed May 15 7:00PM ET

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This Wednesday night LIVE WORLDWIDE on, Lou DiBella presents another EXCITING lineup to his “Broadway Boxing” series.

In the main event of the evening Andy Lee (29-2) will attempt to secure his second straight victory since being stopped in June of 2012 by then WBC Middleweight Champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Lee, who has a very strong performance early vs Chavez, is looking to achieve another shot at GLORY but on Wednesday LIVE on his opponent Darryl Cunningham (28-4) plans to make that opportunity his own.

Cunningham, has defeated former title challengers & contenders Antuwn Echols & Rubin Williams, looks to continue his 3 fight winning streak in hopes of acquiring a long awaited title shot. At the age of 38 this could be Cunningham’s last chance to position himself for a title shot.

In the co-feature the undefeated Middleweight prospect Lamar Russ (12-0) takes cagey veteran Russell Jordan (15-9). The hard hitting Russ has not been matched easy during his rise to the top. Last year 2 of his 3 wins were against previously undefeated opponents and this year he outclassed veteran upset specialist Jose “Stinger” Medina. Russ knows to stay undefeated he will have to mentally and physically prepared to take on a seasoned veteran like Jordan.

Russell Jordan, an 11 year veteran, has shared the ring with some of Boxing best throughout the years. He has tangled with Middleweight Kingpin Sergio Martinez, James Kirkland, Luis Collazo, Shawn Porter, & Willie Monroe Jr. Jordan is sure to push Russ to the brink in an all out war! Expect fireworks and someone to go out on their shield!

Undefeated and fast rising Jr Middleweight Delen “Sniper” Parsley (10-0) will return to the ring for the 2nd time in 2013 when he takes on once defeated Louis Rose (5-1). Parsley, is no stranger to “Broadway Boxing”, had won an epic battle with then undefeated Boyd Melson last year. While Parsley looks to continue to his winning ways, his opponent Rose looks to return to his after dropping a tough loss to Tony Hirsch. This crossroads fight will sure to entertain the boxing fans from start to finish!

Also former Prizefighter Tournament winner Tor Hamer (19-2) will return to the ring after suffering a setback against the murderous punching Vyacheslav Glazkov this past December. Hamer, who defeated former world title challenger Kevin Johnson, will look to get his once promising career back on track when he takes on always dangerous Maurenzo Smith (11-5-2). Smith, who is no stranger to setbacks, has dropped his last 3 to undefeated prospects Joe Hanks, Andy Ruiz, and Aaron Green. This is a true crossroads fight for both men and you should not blink during this fight because the way these can punch can end any second!

Rounding up this exciting night of BOXING action LIVE WORLDWIDE on, is a slew of Lou Dibella’s prospects! Neuky Santelises (4-0) will do battle with Aaron Chavez (2-2-1). Louis Cruz (2-0) will face of with Michael Carreras who is making his pro debu., Angel Suarez will be making his highly anticipated pro debut against Eliezer Agosto (1-2). Also Jay Rodriguez will be lacing his gloves in the pro ranks for the 1st time vs Andre Ward (1-1-2). Finally Light Heavyweight prospect Eduardo Alicea (3-0) will face an opponent to be named shortly.

No matter where you are in the WORLD you can watch “Broadway Boxing” from start to finish LIVE on! Do not miss a minute of the action! Order LIVE and you can re watch for LIFE on GFL OnDemand!For full fight card and more details about this event, visit or click here


Champion Class
Sat May 18 7:00PM ET

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All-In Entertainment promotions is set to bring an exciting night of boxing to Washington, D.C. when teen welterweight boxing sensation Dusty Hernandez-Harrison (14-0, 8 KO’s), puts his undefeated record on the line against his toughest competition to date when he faces Eddie Soto (12-6, 4 KO’s) of Pawtucket, RI on Saturday, May 18.

The eight-round bout is the Main Event of the All-In Entertainment promotion, Champions Class, which will take place at the University of the District of Columbia’s Sports Complex. There will be a buzz in the air as Hernandez-Harrison headlines the night’s action.

Hernandez-Harrison is currently the youngest boxer to compete in the professional ranks, making his pro debut at the young age of 17 back in June 2011. He has not only developed a huge following in such a short time, but has established himself as a young boxer quickly on the rise.

In his last bout, Hernandez-Harrison earned a six-round unanimous decision over Jonathan Garcia on April 12th in Dover, DE. Soto, a native of Puerto Rico, fights out of New England and has faced some very tough competition during his stellar eight-year career. He dropped his last decision to Edgar Santana in late January in Dover. His last five opponents have posted an incredible combined record of 81-9-1, including Santana (26-4).

The night’s card is stacked with a mix of boxers who are on the rise, including two monster heavyweights when Natu Visinia (8-0, 7 KO’s) of Lakewood, CA tangles against Phil Brown (6-1, 3 KO’s) in what should be a hard-fought six-round slugfest. Brown is from Upper Marlboro, Md. while Visinia makes the trip from Lakewood, CA.

Mike Reed (2-0) is another one to watch. The up-and-coming welterweight prospect out of Waldorf, Maryland, is a former 2011 National Golden Gloves Champion. He is off to a fast start in his pro career and will look for his third straight win when he faces Christian Daniel, who will be making his pro debut, in a four-round contest. Daniel fights out of North Carolina.

Reed is coming off a win against Cassius Clay last month via a first-round KO . He has a great track record in the ring, as he was a medalist at the National Silver Gloves, USA Boxing Championships and National PAL Tournament as well as Jr. Olympic National Champion. Super middleweight Jerry Odom (3-0, 3 KO’s) will be seeking his fourth win in a row when he battles Drew Morias (1-0) in a four-round clash. Odom, out of Bowie, Maryland, won his last time out, thanks to a first-round TKO of Craig Boykin in early March. He won the 2012 National Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions at 178 pounds and led Washington, D.C. to the team title, earning The Golden Boy Award for the tournament’s most outstanding boxer along the way.

Featherweight Kevin Rivers, Jr. (6-0, 5 KO’s) is slated to fight his first six-round contest against an opponent to named, while welterweight Yurii Polishchuk (1-0, 1 KO) will face Charles Natal (1-0-1, 1 KO) in four-round action. Light heavyweight Greg Newby ( 7-0, 4 KO’s) out of Washington, D.C., will take on an opponent to be named in a six-round contest.

Joseph Rector (1-1), a junior welterweight, goes for his second win in a four-round affair against Blair Cobbs (pro debut) of Philadelphia, PA, while Patrick Coye of Alexandria, VA and Charles Parker of Wilson, NC will make their pro debuts in a four-round light heavyweight bout.For full fight card and more details about this event, visit or click here

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