Primetime To Broadcast Three New Bouts Including Froch V Kessler

2010 is off to a knock out start for pay per view satellite channel Primetime. Having just secured the next two fight nights for the Super Six Middle Weight tournament and a heavy weight title bout between ‘Dr Steelhammer’ Wladimir Klitschko and ‘Fast Eddie’ Chambers, Primetime is determined to make sure boxing fans don’t miss a thing..

The boxing triple header starts off late night on 6th March (2am 7th March) as the Super Six continues with Andre Dirrell facing former IBF champion Arthur Abraham. Abraham is currently leading the Super Six tournament after his knockout over Jermain Taylor last year. This bout will not be one he takes lightly though as Abraham will now be facing Dirrell, currently regarded as the hardest and fastest fighter in the Super Six tournament.

Then on 20th March Wladimir Klitschko will defend his WBO and IBF heavyweight belts against American Eddie Chambers at Duesseldorf's Esprit Arena in Germany. With two belts on the line both men are going to be going for the big win.

Back to Super Six on 24th April and back to our very own WBC undefeated World champion Carl ‘The Cobra’ Froch as he takes on Mikkel Kessler. Froch may be undefeated but Kessler will have the home crowd support as they go head to head in Denmark. Froch doesn’t seem deterred declaring – “Herning confirmed folks! We tried for Copenhagen, but the venues just were not big enough. See you all there as I show Kessler who's boss.”

Fight One – Super Six Middle Weight Showdown
When: 6th March 2010 From 2:00am – (7th March 2010)
What: Arthur Abraham (IBF) V Andre Dirrell

Fight Two – Heavyweight Championship
When: 20th March 2010 From 10pm
What: Wladimir Klitschko (IBF, WBO) V Eddie Chambers

Fight Three – Super Six Middleweight title belt
When: 24th April 2010 From 9:30pm
What: Carl Froch (WBC) V Mikkel Kessler

Where: All on Primetime: Sky channel 480

You can only watch these fights LIVE on Primetime 480 and

Article posted on 19.02.2010

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