A glittering line-up of rising stars will highlight streaming presentations of the three bouts on Saturday, January 7 on the SHOWTIME SPORTS YouTube channel and SHOWTIME Boxing Facebook page at the Premier Boxing Champions event at Capital One Arena in Washington, DC. Light
Hosted by award-winning MORNING KOMBAT live digital talk show hosts Luke Thomas and Brian Campbell, the SHOWTIME BOXING COUNTDOWN show kicks off at 6:45 p.m. ET / 3:45 p.m. Sensational prospect Vito Mielnicki Jr., who fights against, is at the top. Rosales in an 8/10 round super welterweight showdown.
The action saw undefeated super lightweight knockout artist Brandan Lee face Argentina’s Diego Luque in an eight round attraction, while undefeated blue chip prospect Travon Marshall faced San Antonio’s Sean West in a six round super welterweight match. Showdown with up.
The livestreamed fight will headline boxing superstar and five-time world champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis as he defends his WBA lightweight title against undefeated world champion Héctor Luis García. , preceding the SHOWTIME PPV telecast at 9:00 PM ET/6:00 PM PST.
Tickets for live events promoted by GTD Promotions and TGB Promotions are on sale now and can be purchased online at ticketmaster.com and capitalonearena.com.
The non-televised undercard will be highlighted by Washington, DC fan favorites, including the return of the Peterson brothers, and top talent from the DMV area and beyond. Former two-division champion Lamont his Peterson will take on Michael Ogundo in his six-round super-lightweight fight. Meanwhile, his brother and once-losing contender Anthony Peterson will face Raul Chirino in his six-round super-lightweight fight.
Rounding out the card is a six-round welterweight bout between Maryland’s Keyshawn Williams (10-1-1, 2 KOs) and Argentina’s Gustavo David Vittori (26-11-1, 12 KOs). At this point, Lanham and Washington DC-native Jalil Hackett (4-0, 3 KO) will duel Joel Guevara (4-8-1, 3 KO) in a four-round super-welterweight bout to win the super-middleweight title. Quiron Davis (16-3-1, 6 KOs) faces Argentina’s Cristian Fabian Rios (23-15-3, 7 KOs) in an eight-round matchup.
Additionally, Gervonta Davis’ stablemaster and once-lost lightweight Mia Ellis will be in the ring in her fourth-round matchup against New Hampshire’s Karen Dulin.
Mielnicki (13-1, 8 KOs) of Roseland, New Jersey, returned to the ring after completing 10 rounds for the first time in his career when he defeated Limbers Ponce by unanimous decision in October. . The win gave the 20-year-old his third victory in 2022, following a unanimous decision over Dunn’s Carpency in April and Jimmy’s Williams suspension in July. . Mielnicki first came out in his career with an extraordinary amateur record of 147-22, and among many accolades before turning pro, he won his National Golden Glove as a junior in 2011. Selected as a boxer. He won his first nine fights against his 32-year-old Rosales (9-1-1, 5 KOs), who turned pro in August 2020. Originally from Mexico, he currently fights in Houston, Texas.
La Quinta, Calif.’s Lee (26-0, 22 KOs) has stopped 15 of his last 17 opponents and is one of the most feared punchers in the sport. The 23-year-old has shown boxing acumen in his last two bouts, winning his two 10-round decisions, defeating Zachary Ochoa in April and Will his Madera in August. Trained by his father, Bobby, Lee is also an accomplished amateur, with just five losses in an estimated 195 amateur fights, and the prestigious 2015 US Junior National where he weighed in at 145 pounds. I won a gold medal. He will face Luque (21-10-2, 10 KOs) from Cordoba, Argentina. Luque (21-10-2, 10 KOs) flew his 140-pound competitor, Jack Caterroll, in the 2016 bout.
At just 22 years old, Marshall (5-0, 4 KOs) is poised to quickly show skill, power and composure in just six fights and be highly regarded. Marshall, who was born in Landover, Maryland and currently fights in his heights in Capitol, Maryland, will fight near his hometown for the first time as a pro on January 7. He added his two knockout wins to his 2022 season, stopping Timothy his Parks in March before blowing up. He left Marcus Washington in June. He will face West (7-2-1, 4 KOs) for the first time since his two wins in 2021. West brings experience competing in bigger events, having dropped out in 2019 on the Davis undercard in a loss to Kenny Robles. Joey his match with Spencer televised in August 2020.