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TrillerVerz IV - Hunter vs Forrest: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, start time, full show info

Michael Hunter takes on Jerry Forrest in this evening’s TrillerVerz main event.

Michael Hunter faces Jerry Forrest in tonight’s TrillerVerz main event Michael Hunter faces Jerry Forrest in tonight’s TrillerVerz main event

Results


This evening starting at 6:30 pm ET, TrillerVerz is back with boxing and rap battles, as Michael Hunter takes on Jerry Forrest in the boxing main event, while the rap battle pits Bone Thugs-n-Harmony against Three 6 Mafia.

We’ll be here for the boxing part, since this is a boxing web site where we cover and discuss boxing, and this will be a casual live coverage, with commentary and scoring coming in the comments section. The show streams live on FITE TV, which you can watch for $2.99 or, if you are like me and bought the year of these exciting Triller events, you already have access.

Hunter (20-1-1, 14 KO) is a heavyweight contender who doesn’t seem all that interested in fighting other contenders, as this will be his third straight bout that isn’t very contender-y, and Forrest (26-4-1, 20 KO) is a big step up from the last two guys. Forrest is a crafty heavyweight and not boring to watch, but on paper a lot of what he does well is stuff Hunter does a little better.

Cassius Chaney (21-0, 14 KO) will take on George Arias (16-0, 7 KO) in a well-matched heavyweight bout, too. Neither Chaney, 34, nor Arias, 29, are really prospects, but they both have some hope that they might land a big fight if they can put a few more wins together. Chaney’s a big guy, 6’6” and about 250 lbs on the scales for this one, while Arias is a smaller modern heavyweight at about 6’ even and coming in at around 225 lbs. He was a good local amateur on the New York scene but hasn’t really gotten going as a pro in seven years.

Trey Lippe Morrison (18-0, 17 KO) is also in action, making a rare appearance outside of the friendly confines of Oklahoma to face Mike Balogun (17-0, 13 KO), a 38-year-old from Maryland who has a similar club fighter record to that of the 32-year-old Morrison.

We’ll be here with live coverage, so if you’re watching, here you go! A place to watch with other weirdos.