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Broner vs Porter, Ward vs Smith, Lemieux vs N'dam: Live streaming results and round by round coverage

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It's a busy night of boxing, with Adrien Broner facing Shawn Porter, Andre Ward returning, and David Lemieux battling Hassan N'dam on three different cards.

Tonight starting at 8:30 pm EST, we'll have live streaming coverage of all of tonight's action, with a focus on the PBC on NBC card from Las Vegas, with as much of Roc Nation's premiere on BET and Golden Boy's FOX Sports bill as we can get. Here's the rundown of what's going on tonight.

PBC on NBC - 8:30 pm EST
Adrien Broner (30-1, 22 KO) vs Shawn Porter (25-1-1, 16 KO), welterweights, 12 rounds
Errol Spence Jr (16-0, 13 KO) vs Phil Lo Greco (26-1, 14 KO), welterweights, 10 rounds

BET - 10:00 pm EST
Andre Ward (27-0, 14 KO) vs Paul Smith (35-5, 20 KO), light heavyweights, 12 rounds

FOX Sports 2 / FOX Deportes - 10:00 pm EST
David Lemieux (33-2, 31 KO) vs Hassan N'dam (31-1, 18 KO), middleweights, 12 rounds

Note: If your cable doesn't have FOX Sports 2 and you don't have FOX Deportes, but you do have FOX Sports 1 (and you certainly do), then you can stream the Lemieux-N'dam fight online at FOX Sports Go, as long as your cable provider allows for that.

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RESULTS

Shawn Porter def. Adrien Broner by unanimous decision (114-112, 115-111, 118-108)

Terrell Gausha def. Luis Grajeda by unanimous decision (78-73, 79-72, 79-72)

Errol Spence def. Phil Lo Greco by TKO (1:50 of round 3)

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ROUND BY ROUND

ADRIEN BRONER vs SHAWN PORTER

Round 1: 30 seconds in Porter flicks out a jab. That's all we've seen so far. Very tentative. Broner poking his jab out now. A minute passes and nobody has done anything of note. They tie up when Broner lets his hands go just a bit. Porter catches Broner just a bit and AB retreats with a little shaky leg. Broner got caught pulling straight back and tied up wisely as soon as he could once he got some distance. Porter is still the guy doing more as the round wears on. Not doing a lot, but Broner is doing very little. Porter 10-9

Round 2: Broner looking more aggressive immediately in round two, both guys a little twitchy. Right now this looks like a poor man's Mayweather-Mosley. Leonard believes Broner is trying to get the timing of Porter, and he is pretty clearly right. Broner's looking for counter hooks, and Flores points out that's all he's looking for, with Porter ducking under. Broner is holding a ton, every time Porter gets close. Broner grabs his leg this time. Counter right from Broner as he stands flat-footed when Porter comes in recklessly. Porter with some potshots to the body with Broner against the ropes. More holding. Broner did more this round, but mostly was missing -- with speed! Porter 10-9, 20-18

Round 3: Broner at this point is going for some goddamn shoulder lock submission with his clinching. That's disgraceful and blatant. Weeks finally says something, at least. Porter clips Broner again, and Broner holds again. Weeks tells him something again. But will he do anything? Left hook counter from Broner does connect there, but doesn't hurt Porter, it wouldn't appear. Porter pushes him to the ropes, Broner holds again. Porter's having a hard time connecting clean because Broner is so herky-jerky and so quick to grab. The round ends with holding. Porter 10-9, 30-27

Round 4: Broner's scampering gets him hip checked by Porter. This is not a pretty fight at all but it's not dirty enough to be nasty exciting. Broner with more holding and forearms to the chin and throat. Tony Weeks has to take a point. Porter landing some decent body shots this round. Porter 10-9, 40-36

Round 5: Broner with a left hook to start the round, one of his better (only?) punches so far. He's otherwise been lousy tonight, dirty and ugly and doing nothing. Broner clips Porter after a missed overhand right. He looks better so far in the first half of this round. Porter pushes him back to the corner with a decent combo again, Broner holds. Good right from Broner again. 30 seconds left. Porter with a right to the body, Broner gets to running again. Broner 10-9, Porter 49-46

Round 6: Broner just flailing around, running more than moving, swinging slappy shots when he has a little distance. But it's keeping Porter from doing anything effectively, too. This is a miserable fight right now. Porter with a couple jabs. He's landed a few this round. Broner's scraped him a few times with counters. Porter 10-9, 59-55

Round 7: Porter coming to Broner more this round, more obviously aggressive. Broner holding. Broner backhands Porter a couple times and gets his 37th warning. Porter dominates this round, as it were, because Broner is back to doing nothing but fouling, and Porter landed some shots and dictated the action and pace. Porter 10-9, 69-64

Round 8: Broner sticks one in here and there but he never follows up. Porter is wearing him out to the body and NBC is calling none of it. Porter lands a good shot late. He's in total control. The idea that this fight is close right now baffles me. Broner has been a disgrace. Porter 10-9, 79-73

Round 9: Tony takes control with his 455th warning. Porter jabbing and jabbing, bumrushing, getting held. Broner did a little, but mostly fouled and ran again. Porter's jab wins the round for me. Porter 10-9, 89-82

Round 10: Porter lands a big right hand, Broner retreats and does land a left hook from the ropes before he holds his way out. Porter with another right hand, Broner retreats again. Porter's jab rocks Broner's head back, Broner holds, Porter pushes him off and works. Broner flops to the canvas a little, Weeks doesn't buy it. Porter 10-9, 99-91

Round 11: Even Broner's corner is telling him he's fighting the wrong fight. Floyd Mayweather looks like he put too much money on Broner. This is not defense, this is not style, this is avoidance of confrontation, running, and relentless fouling. Period. FINALLY, Weeks takes a point from Broner. And he lost this round, anyway. Porter 10-9, -1 for Broner, 109-99

Round 12: WHOA! Down goes Shawn Porter on a left hook! Broner really smashed him with that shot. Porter up and hanging on for a while, but appears to have gotten his legs back with 1:45 left. Double hook from Broner. Broner is fighting for a knockout, which is what he should be doing. AB fought 11 first rounds and is now out the cage. This is his round, clearly, and yet he has no argument for the win in my view. Closest you could have it is 8-4 for Porter with the knockdown point erased by the deduction anyway. Broner 10-8, Porter 117-109

ERROL SPENCE JR vs PHIL LO GRECO

Round 1: Lo Greco looks to the body early, but can't keep up any sustained pressure, and Spence is taking his time, landing some pick-off shots here and there, not pressing the matter, either. Spence with a left hand. Lo Greco is standing his ground here, but he looks a little soft physically. He was in shape to fight, but maybe not optimal shape. Spence landed the cleaner shots in this round, but Lo Greco is coming with more volume. Spence 10-9

Round 2: Lo Greco coming out aggressively. He might have a limited tank and be ready to sell out early and go for broke. Spence now digging in on him and landing some good, clean body shots along with a few shots to the head before that. Another body shot and an uppercut inside from Spence. Lo Greco trying to sort of lean and run on him, but Spence is ripping him with the body shots now. More VICIOUS body shots. Right hand from Spence. Lo Greco's hurt and getting beaten up. Spence 10-9, 20-18

Round 3: If Spence keeps attacking like he did in round two, this isn't going much longer. Lo Greco going to the body now, though, and swings an overhand right upstairs that is blocked. Now Spence back to the body and down goes Lo Greco on a right hook to the side of the head! He's up but wobbly. And bless him, but he's coming right to Spence, who just keeps thrashing him with hard shots. Robert Byrd stops it with 1:11 remaining in the round as Spence lands a few more clean shots. Spence TKO-3