Prograis vs Zepeda Date, Tickets, US PPV Distribution, UK TV

Prograis vs Zepeda Date, Tickets, US PPV Distribution, UK TV

Prograis vs Zepeda To Be Live On Pay-Per-View Worldwide

Top 10 140-pounders Jose \’Chon\’ Zepeda (35-2, 27 KOs) and Regis \’Rougarou\’ Prograis (27-1, 23 KOs) clash for the vacant WBC Super Lightweight world championship on the 26th of November at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California, USA.

Little-known Marvnation Promotions upset the purse bids at the end of August bidding $2.4m compared to 3 similar bids from TBG (PBC), Probellum and Zanfer promotions between $1m and $1.2m.

Marvnation has never promoted a significant fight before and likely bid for the recognition and exposure as well as the economical value of the fight. Legendz Entertainment will produce the show.

Prograis Zepeda will be available to watch live on multiple Pay-Per-View platforms worldwide with FITE TV being one of the broadcasters carrying the event.

The fight will be available to US customers for $59.99, while UK viewers can watch the event for £12.99. Purchase Link:

Tickets for the bout can be purchased from the AXS website starting from $39.50 with ringside seats priced at $350.

Zepeda Prograis Press Conference Quotes

Regis Prograis “I’m not surprised at all this fight is happening. He wanted the fight, I wanted the fight. We both want to be champions. He fought for the belt and I thought he beat Ramirez.”

“We are two killers, I have a lot of power in both hands, he has a lot of power in both hands. And that’s what makes for an interesting fight, #1 vs. #2. No one knows who’s going to win, it’s a real 50/50 fight.”

Jose Zepeda “Both of us are in our prime. This is #1 vs. #2, the top two fighters in the division. We don’t get to see that very often nowadays in boxing and this shows it’s going to be a great fight. Both of us have a lot of knockouts, true punching power.

I’m getting ready for hell because I know it’s going to be that type of fight. It’s a really exciting fight for the fans at the War Grounds and those watching on pay-per-view.”

By Darshan Desai

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