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A Knockout Night: Gervonta Davis and David Benavidez to Light Up Prime Video

The upcoming boxing spectacle featuring Gervonta “Tank” Davis and David Benavidez on the same card is setting the stage for an electrifying night. Scheduled for June 15, this event not only brings together two of boxing's most formidable knockout artists but also marks a significant moment in the sport's evolution with its broadcast on Prime Video.


Boxing's New Frontier: Davis, Benavidez, and Prime Video's Big Bet
Boxing's New Frontier: Davis, Benavidez, and Prime Video's Big Bet

Gervonta Davis, with an impressive 29-0 record including 27 KOs, is poised to take on the undefeated Frank Martin, who boasts an 18-0 record with 12 KOs. This lightweight showdown headlines a PBC pay-per-view event that promises high stakes and even higher expectations.

Simultaneously, David Benavidez is set to make his light heavyweight debut against Oleksandr Gvozdyk, a former 175-pound titleholder with a 20-1 record, including 16 KOs. The potential co-main event adds another layer of intrigue, showcasing Benavidez's attempt to conquer a new division against a formidable opponent.


This event represents the third pay-per-view card staged on Prime Video as part of PBC's innovative deal with Amazon, following the footsteps of Tim Tszyu vs. Sebastian Fundora and the highly anticipated Saul “Canelo” Alvarez vs. Jaime Munguia fights. This partnership not only highlights the growing trend of streaming platforms embracing live sports but also offers a fresh perspective on boxing promotion and accessibility.


Double Trouble: Davis and Benavidez Headline a Historic Night on Prime Video
Double Trouble: Davis and Benavidez Headline a Historic Night on Prime Video

With former Showtime Sports president Stephen Espinoza now consulting for PBC, the move to Prime Video is poised to rejuvenate boxing broadcasts. Espinoza's announcement of a series of non-PPV cards, available for free to Prime Video subscribers, further emphasizes the strategic efforts to engage a wider audience and bring new life to the sport.


As boxing fans anticipate this double feature, the broader implications of PBC's partnership with Prime Video cannot be understated. What do you think this means for the future of boxing broadcasts? How do Davis and Benavidez's matchups excite you, and what predictions do you have for their fights?


Share your thoughts on the upcoming event, your predictions for the fights, and how you view the evolution of boxing's broadcast landscape. Let's discuss the knockout potential of this card and the knockout punch Prime Video could be delivering to traditional sports broadcasting.

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