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Wilder-Fury Fight Should Max Out At 325,000 PPV Buys

The Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury fight was a critical success and a commercial success. BoxingScene.com has learned that Showtime Pay-Per-View’s four-fight show, headlined by their riveting heavyweight t...Read More

Wilder vs. Fury Replay on December 8, on Showtime

The thrilling Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury heavyweight blockbuster, a sure-fire Fight of the Year candidate, will air on SHOWTIME this Saturday, December 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The WBC Heavyweight World ...Read More

Espinoza Exploring Viability Of Showtime Airing Mayweather Fight

It’s highly unlikely Showtime would distribute the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Tenshin Nasukawa fight as a pay-per-view event in the United States. The timing of their fight is prohibitive in that respect, a...Read More

Hearn Agrees With Arum on Showtime Leaving Boxing like HBO

New York - Outside of Canelo Alvarez (50-1-2, 34 KO’s), there probably wasn’t one other person inside the Hulu Theatre with a bigger smile than promoter Eddie Hearn - ahead of the monumental announcem...Read More

Video: SHO's Espinoza Talks Canelo, HBO's Demise, Joshua

Stephen Espinoza Video Interview - In anticipation of the December 1 heavyweight world title showdown between WBC champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder and lineal champion Tyson “Gypsy King” Fur...Read More

Wilder vs. Fury - "All Access" Three Part Series, Nov. 17 Debut

SHOWTIME Sports will chronicle the buildup to the heavyweight blockbuster event featuring WBC Heavyweight World Champion Deontay Wilder and lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury with a new installmen...Read More

Espinoza: Golden Boy Knows Showtime 'Very Interested' In Canelo

NEW YORK – Stephen Espinoza has made an aggressive pitch to Canelo Alvarez’s team. All Showtime’s president for sports and event programming can do now is wait for Alvarez, Oscar De La Hoya and Golden...Read More

Espinoza: Mayweather 'Very Serious' About Pacquiao Rematch

NEW YORK – Stephen Espinoza expects a Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao rematch to take place at some point early in 2019. The Showtime executive has discussed their possible rematch with Mayweather...Read More

Stevenson-Gvozdyk To Air on SHO Right Before Wilder-Fury PPV

The televised portion of the Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury pay-per-view undercard is still under construction. It appears, though, that boxing fans will get an appealing lead-in to Showtime’s four-fight, ...Read More

Espinoza: Showtime Not Going Anywhere; Spending More $$$ In 2019

Stephen Espinoza recognizes the value in the increasing competition for broadcasting boxing. The more exposure the sport gets from other networks and streaming services, the better it ultimately will ...Read More

Bob Arum: HBO and Showtime Don't Belong In Boxing Anymore

LAS VEGAS – A few hours before the biggest boxing match of 2018, Bob Arum wasn’t ready to call Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin the last high-profile pay-per-view fight HBO would ever televise. The out...Read More

Showtime's Porter-Garcia Main Event Peaked at 690,000 Viewers

Shawn Porter-Danny Garcia was the most-watched of six boxing matches televised Saturday night on premium cable channels. Nielsen Media Research ratings released Tuesday revealed Showtime’s main event ...Read More

Showtime, Premier Boxing Champions Finalize New 3-Year Deal

SHOWTIME Sports and Premier Boxing Champions have entered into a three-year boxing programming agreement extending their long-term partnership. The deal calls for a monthly series of events presented ...Read More

Cradle of Champions Debuts on Showtime, September 21

SHOWTIME has acquired the television rights to CRADLE OF CHAMPIONS, a documentary film that takes viewers through the New York Golden Gloves tournament, one of the most prestigious amateur boxing tour...Read More

Joshua on Leaving SHO for DAZN: Business is Not About Loyalty!

In the United States, Showtime had aired all six of Anthony Joshua's world title fights - starting with his title winning effort over Charles Martin to capture the IBF crown in 2016. On September 22nd...Read More

Fury vs. Pianeta, Frampton vs. Jackson - Picked Up By Showtime

SHOWTIME Sports will present Carl Frampton’s interim featherweight title defense and the second comeback fight of lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury on Saturday, August 18 live from Belfast, North...Read More

Showtime's Espinoza: Streaming Services Must Show Quality Fights

Stephen Espinoza welcomes the competition from the streaming services now offering boxing. Theoretically, if ESPN+ and DAZN can create new boxing fans through those expansive platforms, that should be...Read More

Showtime's Espinoza Hopes Network Can Air Future Joshua Fights

Stephen Espinoza expects Showtime to have an opportunity to bid for the broadcast rights to future Anthony Joshua fights. Espinoza, Showtime Sports’ president, expressed optimism regarding working wit...Read More

Garcia-Easter Showtime Tripleheader Peaked at 725K Viewers

Mikey Garcia hasn’t just made strides as a ticket-seller. More viewers also tuned in to Garcia’s fight Saturday night than for his previous performance. Ratings released Tuesday by Nielsen Media Resea...Read More

Showtime's Espinoza on Errol Spence's Future, Fight Options

On September 8th from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, former world champions Shawn Porter and Danny Garcia will duke it out for the vacant WBC welterweight title. The belt became vacant after Keith ...Read More