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SHOWTIME Sports will offer a live stream of the official weigh-in for the welterweight unification between undefeated champions Danny “Swift” Garcia (33-0, 19 KOs) and Keith “One Time” Thurman (27-0, 22 KOs). Garcia, the WBC World Welterweight Champion, and WBA titlist Thurman will unify boxing’s marquee division in the main event of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING on CBS, presented by Premier Boxing Champions, on Saturday, March 4 from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, live on CBS from 9-11 p.m. ET/6-8 p.m. PT

Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment venues, Barclays Center and Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Presented By New York Community Bank (NYCB), will be the sites for select Premier Boxing Champions Series (PBC ) events in 2017. This Saturday’s PBC welterweight showdown between Danny “Swift” Garcia and Keith “One-Time” Thurman in Brooklyn will be the first of a multi-fight schedule at Barclays Center and The New Coliseum Presented By NYCB in 2017


The event is live on CBS Primetime starting at 9PM ET (6PM PT). The inaugural PBC event at The New Coliseum Presented By NYCB, as well as the series’ next fight at Barclays Center, will be announced soon.

Also announced today, BrooklynBoxingShop.com, the ecommerce home for BROOKLYN BOXING merchandise, will activate at PBC events nationwide through retail, advertising and in-ring signage. Launched in 2016, BROOKLYN BOXING features a unique brand of active wear, lifestyle apparel, and accessories for men and women, fighters and fans alike.

Barclays Center has hosted six PBC events, including Thurman’s victory over Shawn Porter, named PBC’s 2016 Fight of the Year, on June 25, 2016, and Carl Frampton’s win against Leo Santa Cruz on July 30, 2016 for the world featherweight title.

“Barclays Center and The New Coliseum Presented By NYCB are proud to host PBC events on the East Coast,” said Brett Yormark, CEO of Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment. “We will be host to multiple championship events between both venues this year, and are also looking forward to creating more exposure for our BrooklynBoxingShop.com business through the nation’s best boxing series.”

Barclays Center brought professional championship boxing back to Brooklyn for the first time since 1931. Under its BROOKLYN BOXING™ programming franchise, the venue has hosted 20 professional boxing events with more than 150 bouts and 35 Title fights.

Long Island has a rich boxing history, with the Coliseum having hosted fights with the likes of Mike Tyson and Gerry Cooney. In 1976, George Foreman famously scored a fifth round knockout of Joe Frazier in a fight that was billed as the “Battle of the Gladiators.”

Keith Thurman is a 2/1 favorite to beat Danny Garcia

Odds by (www.Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaLV).

Keith Thurman vs Danny Garcia

Keith Thurman -200 (1/2)

Danny Garcia +160 (8/5)

Keith Thurman vs Danny Garcia Round Betting

K. Thurman in Round 1 40/1

K. Thurman in Round 2 40/1

K. Thurman in Round 3 28/1

K. Thurman in Round 4 25/1

K. Thurman in Round 5 22/1

K. Thurman in Round 6 20/1

K. Thurman in Round 7 20/1

K. Thurman in Round 8 20/1

K. Thurman in Round 9 22/1

K. Thurman in Round 10 25/1

K. Thurman in Round 11 28/1

K. Thurman in Round 12 40/1

K. Thurman on Points 5/4

D. Garcia in Round 1 66/1

D. Garcia in Round 2 50/1

D. Garcia in Round 3 40/1

D. Garcia in Round 4 40/1

D. Garcia in Round 5 33/1

D. Garcia in Round 6 33/1

D. Garcia in Round 7 33/1

D. Garcia in Round 8 33/1

D. Garcia in Round 9 33/1

D. Garcia in Round 10 40/1

D. Garcia in Round 11 40/1

D. Garcia in Round 12 50/1

D. Garcia on Points 15/4

Fight Draw 20/1

Keith Thurman vs Danny Garcia Method of Victory

K. Thurman by KO, TKO or DQ 9/4

K. Thurman by Decision or Technical Decision 5/4

D. Garcia by KO, TKO or DQ 4/1

D. Garcia by Decision or Technical Decision 15/4

Draw or Technical Draw 20/1


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