Premier Boxing Champions Tickets
Premier Boxing Champions, stylized as PBC, is a relatively new television series, which aims to bring boxing into the spotlight once again. With the meteoric rise of MMA, boxing has taken a backseat as the premier fighting sport in the world and that is what PBC wants to change. A brainchild of boxing manager Al Haymon, PBC aims to create a concert like feel for their events, in which the audience is presented with quality matches and the shows are available on regular television broadcasts, as opposed to pay-per-view. To catch the upcoming PBC events live, get Premier Boxing Champions tickets and watch all the boxing action live from the stands.
Premier Boxing Champions Cities
- Premier Boxing Champions Los Angeles CA
- Premier Boxing Champions Bakersfield CA
Premier Boxing Champions Tickets
- Buy Premier Boxing Champions: Peter Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo, Rabobank Arena Tickets for Sat Sep 21 2019 Premier Boxing Champions: Peter Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo, Rabobank Arena tickets for 09/21 05:30 PM at Rabobank Arena, Bakersfield, CA
- Sat Sep 21 2019
Al Haymon, the man behind the PBC is best known for being the manager of former boxing champion Floyd Mayweather and is a two time winner of the Boxing Writers of America Manager of the Year Award. He launched the television series in March 2015 and it has grown in strength over the last two years.
About the Show
PBC is a one of kind boxing show, which aims to provide high quality entertainment for not only the television audience at home, but also for the audience sitting in the arena. The producers of the show have noted that over time boxing matches were tailored to suit the television audience watching at home and failed to accommodate the audience in the arena. This is a trend the producers want to change and their PBC shows are tailored made to enhance the viewing experience for both the in house audience and for those watching at home.
Secondly, the producers want to make boxing matches widely available on normal cable networks, rather than the usual pay-per-view method of watching boxing. Similar to how the WWE has moved away for PPV events and offered all of their special broadcasts on the subscription service, WWE Network, the PBC wants to offer their events on the major television networks operating in the US (NBC, CBS, ABC and Fox). Fights from their shows are broadcast on the sports networks of these companies, including NBCSN, CBS Sports Network, ESPC and FS1.
This is done in a number of ways. Firstly, the venue is set up in such a way, so to create an almost concert like atmosphere in the arena. The stage for their events, also called the Ring of Honor, has been inspired by U2’s iconic 360 Degree Tour stage and the Roman Coliseum. Hanging above the stage is a massive circular screen which provides an ultra high definition scorecard and lists various stats during the course of the match.
At the other end of the venue is a ramp and stairways, which are collectively referred to as the “Wall of Thunder”, via which the athletes enter the ring. Two eighteen foot high screens flank a much bigger central screen which displays entrance montages for the boxers as they walk towards the ring. It should be noted here that the producers for the PBC are very much influenced by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) events and have tried to incorporate some of their production values into their events.
PBC has also dabbed into the tech industry to set themselves apart from other fighting promotions. Special cameras have been developed and placed in the referee’s headband which gives viewers his point of view during matches. Sensors have also been developed and placed in the competitor’s gloves and shorts so they can measure medical data regarding the strength of the punch and the damage inflicted. All of this information is relayed in real time to the screen attached above the ring to keep the audience updated about the match.
The PBC has several exciting events coming your way over the next couple of months. The most prominent of these is the fight night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena which will feature the rematch between Carl Frampton and Leo Santa Cruz. The Irishman will defend his 126 pound world championship against the former three-division champion. Other exciting events include the 147 pound title unification bout between the undefeated champions Danny Garcia and Keith Thurman at the Barclays Center in New York.
To catch these fights and a host of other exciting boxing matchups courtesy of the PBC, get Premier Boxing Champions tickets at the earliest.
Premier Boxing Champions Schedule
Boxing season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Premier Boxing Champions will be Premier Boxing Champions: Peter Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo, held at the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield. As of now, the last event, Premier Boxing Champions: Errol Spence Jr. vs. Shawn Porter is scheduled for 28-Sep-19 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.
|Premier Boxing Champions: Peter Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo||Rabobank Arena||Bakersfield, CA||Sat Sep 21 201905:30 PM|
|Premier Boxing Champions: Errol Spence Jr. vs. Shawn Porter||Staples Center||Los Angeles, CA||Sat Sep 28 201901:15 PM|
Premier Boxing Champions Ticket Prices
The average price for Premier Boxing Champions Tickets start from $82. The minimum get in price is $18 for Premier Boxing Champions Tickets at the Staples Center, Los Angeles. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Premier Boxing Champions: Peter Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo||Bakersfield||21-Sep-19||$82||$46|
|Premier Boxing Champions: Errol Spence Jr. vs. Shawn Porter||Los Angeles||28-Sep-19||$345||$18|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
Premier Boxing Champions Discount Code:
Use Event18 as the discount code and get up to 70% discount on Premier Boxing Champions tickets. This is a last minute opportunity to get the discounted tickets for Premier Boxing Champions.
|Upcoming Event||Discount Code||Percentage||Date|
|Premier Boxing Champions: Peter Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo, Rabobank Arena, Bakersfield, CA||Event18||4%||Sat Sep 21 2019 05:30 PM|
|Premier Boxing Champions: Errol Spence Jr. vs. Shawn Porter, Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA||Event18||4%||Sat Sep 28 2019 01:15 PM|
Q:How can I Buy PBC Fight Tickets online?
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Q:Which is the most popular premier boxing champions fight 2019?
A:Judging from the huge demand for Premier Boxing Champions Tickets for Errol Spence Jr. vs. Shawn Porter at the Staples Center, the September 28, 2019 match seems to be the most anticipated one. Both the boxers are in a league of their own and will be fighting it out for the championship title.
Q:What is the Premier Boxing Champions fight card?
A:Please visit Premier Boxing Champions Tickets page on our site for the exact schedule. LA's Staples Center will host the thrilling match between Errol Spence Jr. and Shawn Porter on the 28th of September. Before that Peter Quillin and Alfredo Angulo will also be fighting it out in the ring at the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield on the 21st of September.
Q:Are there any hidden charges in the Premier Boxing Champions 2018 Tickets prices mentioned on your website?
A:The Premier Boxing Championship was launched in 2015 and the idea behind the concept is to promote the sport of boxing among the masses like it has never been done before. The series is about to commence its second season and Premier Boxing Champions Tickets are now on sale for you to buy from our brokers. The best part is, there are absolutely no hidden charges in the tickets prices mentioned on the website. The prices you see are all inclusive.