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'Superfighter' - Pay Per View Info

Prepare for 'Superfighter.'

A one night only pay per view event, 'Superfighter' is the next step in the sport of boxing, and promises to be a spectacular event that will ring a new era of sports entertainment. Here is some background info on the event.

A revolutionary new boxing concept, 'Superfighter' will feature shortened bouts in an elimination tournament. It is designed to produce high intensity boxing and to reward constant effective punching.

In just four hours on the afternoon of Saturday December 2 (1-5 pm Australian ESST time), one fighter will emerge from the eight heavyweight boxers as the inaugural Superfighter champion and walk away with a prize cheque of US $5 million from the US $6.5 m event purse.

The event will be staged at Melbourne’s Telstra Dome in the “All Action” mode, with a maximum capacity of 14 000 spectators. 'Superfighter' will be beamed live worldwide with North American viewers enjoying the action exclusive via Pay per View on Friday night December 1 (NY time 9pm; LA time 6pm).

The line-up of world class heavy weights includes undefeated heavyweight IBF No 1 contender Calvin Brock (USA), current unified cruiserweight champion O’Neill Bell (Jamaica), former world IBF Champion Chris Byrd (USA), WBC No 1 contender Samuel Peter (Nigeria), former World Champion and Lewis rival Olivier McCall (USA), former world title contender Jameel McCline (USA), former WBC cruiserweight champion Juan Carlos Gomez (Cuban), and Tye Fields (USA) who has been undefeated in his last twenty fights with the majority ending in devastating knock out.

The eight 'Superfighter' contenders boast over 282 wins, with over 212 coming by way of devastating knock outs. Combined, they have fought for or defended thirty world titles.

'Superfighter' is going to make history, and we would like to bring you along for the ride.