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PBC On Prime Video Debut Showcases Rising Stars In Exciting Matchups

First-ever free-to-watch event features flyweight world champion, undefeated contenders, and rising stars in a stacked lineup.

LAS VEGAS — Taking place on Saturday, March 30 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the first PBC on Prime Video show will feature two matchups that will feature a flyweight world champion versus an undefeated competitor and a rising star in his biggest test to date. All fans, regardless of whether they have a Prime membership or have purchased a PPV card, will be able to watch the two matches for free.


The main event on the live streaming platform will feature a 10-round bout between rising middleweight Elijah García(16-0, 13 KOs) and contender Kyrone Davis(18-3-1, 6 KOs). Additionally, at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, Julio César Martínez, the world flyweight champion, will defend his title against undefeated contender Angelino Cordova. 

These fights will set up the first-ever four-fight PBC Pay-Per-View, which will stream on Prime Video starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. The main event will feature a match between reigning world champion Tim Tszyu and two-time world champion Keith Thurman and rising star Rolando Romero. The co-main event will feature a fight between Mexican superstar Isaac Cruz and WBA Super Lightweight World Champion Rolando Romero. 

The pay-per-view lineup also features all-action super welterweight sensation Sebastian Fundora taking on streaking contender Serhii Bohachuk for the vacant WBC Super Welterweight World Championship, and Cuban star and reigning WBA Middleweight World Champion Erislandy Lara defending his belt against No. 1 rated mandatory challenger Michael Zerafa. Fans will still be able to watch the PPV telecast on regular cable and satellite channels in addition to being able to purchase it on Prime Video, independent of Prime membership. 

With a knockout against the undefeated Amilcar Vidal in March of last year, García, 20, from Phoenix, Arizona has three outstanding victories in 2023. “I’m excited to be back in the ring, especially on this first event with PBC and Prime Video,” said García in media reports.


In 2023, Davis, 29,  from the United States won twice. First, he defeated Cristian Fabian Rios in January, and then, in December, he defeated Cruse Stewart by unanimous decision. “Elijah García is a very good fighter who’s young and hungry and he looks the part, but most importantly he’s been moved right,” said Davis in media reports.

(Additional reporting provided by Miriam Onyango)

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