Atlantic City, NJ: This afternoon five fighters joined Main Events CEO Kathy Duva center stage to discuss Friday night’s fight on NBCSN Fight Night live from Resorts Casino and Hotel. Main event fighters Curtis “Showtime” Stevens and Patrick “The Machine” Majewski were joined by co-feature combatant Thabiso “The Rock” Mchunu. Mchunu’s opponent Olanrewaju “God’s Power” Durodola was not present because weather complications delayed his flight. Undercard fighters Ilshat “The Sheriff” Khusnulgatin and Robert Acevedo also … Read Article
Stamford, Conn. – January 22, 2014 – NBC Sports Group kicks off its third season of Fight Night with the first top-level boxing matches of 2014 on Friday, Jan. 24, at 10 p.m. ET on NBCSN. NBC Sports Group’s 2014 Fight Night action features a record eight matches – seven shows on NBCSN and one on NBC.
NBC Sports Group’s 2014 Fight Night Schedule (subject to change, all times ET):… Read Article
Main Events presents an exclusive glimpse into a day in the life of Curtis “Showtime” Stevens as he prepares to fight Patrick “The Machine” Majewski on NBCSN Fight Night at Resorts International Casino and Hotel, Superstar Theater, in Atlantic City, on Friday, January 24th. Experience an entire day in Curtis’ training camp, as well as a guided tour of the Brooklyn neighborhood where he grew up.
Middleweight contender Curtis “Showtime” Stevens, 25-4, 18 KOs, may … Read Article
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – Polish middleweight Patrick “The Machine” Majewski, 21-2, 13 KOs, knows quite well that his opponent Curtis “Showtime” Stevens is a power puncher, but Majewski is ready to bring his own rock-solid abilities into the ring when the two 160-pounders clash at Resorts International Casino Hotel, in Atlantic City, NJ, in the ten-round main event on the live season debut of NBCSN Fight Night, Friday, January 24th. … Read Article
Atlantic City, NJ – The popular NBCSN Fight Night series kicks off 2014 from the Superstar Theatre at Resorts International Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, NJ on Friday, January, 24, 2014. Programming will begin at 10:00 PM EST. The main event will feature a ten-round middleweight brawl matching power against pressure when Brooklyn’s own Curtis “Showtime” Stevens (25-4, 18 KOs) takes on Patrick “The Machine” Majewski (21-2, 13KOs). … Read Article
Atlantic City, NJ: The Stevens-Majewski fight scheduled for Friday, January 24th on NBCSN live from Resorts Casino and Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ marks the first of many explosive middleweight match-ups awaiting boxing fans in 2014. The red hot middleweight division saw some memorable bouts in 2013 and is jam-packed with exciting champions and contenders that will produce some wild match-ups this year.… Read Article
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On January 24th, Main Events returns to Resorts International Hotel and Casino with another knockout fight card.
In the main event, hammer-fisted, Curtis “Showtime” Stevens, 25-4, 18 KOs, takes on pressure puncher Patrick Majewski, 21-2, 13 KOs, in a 10-round middleweight slugfest. … Read Article
The popular nationally televised live boxing series, Fight Night, begins the new year with a bang on Friday, January 24th with an explosive double header from Resorts International Hotel Casino in Atlantic City. Topping the card, which will be telecast on NBC Sports Network Fight Night beginning at 10PM ET, is a 10-round middleweight contest between hard-hitting contender Curtis Stevens, 25-4, 18 KOs, and the iron-jawed Patrick Majewski, 21-2, 13 KOs.
“Showtime” Stevens, Brooklyn, NY, … Read Article
On Saturday night, Gennady Golovkin defeated Curtis Stevens in front of nearly 5,000 fans at the Theater in Madison Square Garden. Golovkin won by TKO as Stevens’ uncle and trainer Andre Rozier stopped the fight after round eight. The victory takes “Triple G’s” record to 28-0 (25 KOs), while Stevens falls to 25-4 (18 KOs).
“I give myself a grade of 10,” Golovkin said after the fight. “I am ready to fight anybody, but specifically … Read Article
Undefeated knockout artist, Gennady “Triple G” Golovkin punished Curtis “Showtime” Stevens over seven rounds before Stevens` head trainer and uncle, Andre Rozier saw enough and stopped the fight before the eight round began, preventing Stevens from receiving anymore punishment. Golovkin retained his World Boxing Association (“WBA”) and International Boxing Organization Middleweight Title for the ninth and sixth time respectively.
This fight took place in an almost sold out Madison Square Garden Theater in New York … Read Article