- AnEson Gib TKO-4 Austin McBroom (2:36) [Highlights]
- Nick Young and Malcom Minikon did an exhibition that was stopped in the fourth round after a “clash of heads” that sent Nick Young to the ring apron [Highlights]
- Le’Veon Bell TKO-5 Adrian Peterson (not official because it was an exhibition, but that’s what happened) [Highlights]
- Landon McBroom D-4 Adam Saleh (38-38, 38-38, 38-38) [Highlights]
- Cory Wharton and Chase DeMoor completed a five-round exhibition [Highlights]
- Abimbola Osundairo TKO-6 Marco Deckmann (2:14) [Highlights]
It’s here. The huge night we’ve all been waiting for: Austin McBroom will face Aneson Gib in tonight’s Social Gloves boxing PPV main event.
The PPV card will start at 11 pm ET and is available to stream through FITE TV or PPV.com for $39.99. There are also free prelims beginning at 9 pm ET, but we’ll be here for the PPV card only.
Live updates will come in this stream:
If we’re being honest, no, I don’t know a lot about most of the people on this show, because I am 40 and have long since stopped trying to keep up with what teenagers think is cool. I do know the former NFL stars, Adrian Peterson and Le’Veon Bell, who will square off in an exhibition, and former NBA player Nick “Swaggy P” Young, who will face Malcom Minikon (a late sub for rapper Blueface) in another exhibition.
Speaking of which, this event is a mix of exhibitions and actual fights sanctioned by the California commission, which will count on a professional boxing record.
Here’s the rundown, from top to bottom of the card:
- Austin McBroom (debut) vs Aneson Gib (0-1, 0 KO), catchweight [180 lbs], 6 rounds
- Nick Young vs Malcom Minikon, heavyweights, exhibition
- Le’Veon Bell vs Adrian Peterson, heavyweights, exhibition
- Landon McBroom (debut) vs Adam Saleh (debut), middleweights, 4 rounds
- Cory Wharton vs Chase DeMoor, heavyweights, exhibition
- Marco Deckmann (9-1, 7 KO) vs Abimbola Osundairo (3-0, 2 KO), cruiserweights, 6 rounds
- Jalan Walker (10-0-1, 9 KO) vs Moises Sixto (3-1-1, 1 KO), junior lightweights, 6 rounds
- Jay Silva (debut) vs Luis Schwenke (debut), heavyweights, 4 rounds
- Mathias Radcliffe (3-0-1, 2 KO) vs Trenton Gibson (2-2, 1 KO), lightweights, 4 rounds
- Jerry Bradford (7-1, 4 KO) vs Darynn Leyva (1-4-1, 1 KO), welterweights, 4 rounds