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In what will likely come as no surprise, a stronger main event gave HBO nearly a 2-to-1 viewer victory over Showtime in 2014's first head-to-head boxing ratings battle.
We know who won and lost the fights, but who REALLY were the -- look, you get it, this is your standard lazy internet opinion piece called "Winners and Losers."
Lamont Peterson and Jermell Charlo were the winners last night in Washington, DC, with Peterson defending his IBF junior welterweight belt, and Charlo moving closer to a possible title shot at 154.
Lamont Peterson and Dierry Jean had an enjoyable, competitive fight tonight on Showtime, with round six the best of the night.
Lamont Peterson came back from a long layoff and a bad loss to outbox Dierry Jean over 12 rounds tonight, retaining his IBF junior welterweight title.
Jermell Charlo handed Gabriel Rosado another loss, pushing the Philly tough man closer to journeyman status.
Lamont Peterson and Dierry Jean are set for tomorrow night's Showtime main event from Washington, DC, as the two made weight this afternoon.
HEAD-TO-HEAD WEIGH-IN MADNESS! Lamont Peterson, Dierry Jean, Gabriel Rosado, and Jermell Charlo will hit the scales today at 3:00 pm EST for tomorrow's Showtime event.
Lamont Peterson meets Dierry Jean this Saturday night in the Showtime main event, with Jermell Charlo taking on Gabriel Rosado in the co-feature.
It's a busy weekend for boxing on American TV, as there will be five fight cards between Friday and Saturday, with HBO, Showtime, ESPN, FOX Sports 1, and NBC Sports all on the schedule.
Lamont Peterson states that he wants a fight Danny Garcia before moving up to 147. But after getting blown away by Lucas Matthysse, will he ever get it?
Dierry Jean will face Lamont Peterson on January 25, headlining on Showtime in an IBF junior welterweight title fight, and the Haitian-Canadian is ready to go.