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Tuesday Night Fights Returns on BLK Prime Beginning In May

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Tuesday Night Fights Returns on BLK Prime Beginning In May

Tuesday Night Fights Returns on BLK Prime Beginning In May

BLK Prime will bring boxing back on a Tuesday night starting in May as they try to rebound from the Adrian Broner fiasco a few months back. BLK Prime looks to include these Tuesday night fights as part of their subscription service priced at $3.99 a month. These Tuesday night cards will host five fights and focus on rising stars, undefeated fighters, and top prospects on a platform that can be accessed worldwide.

It was also mentioned in the press release that BLK Prime will make a significant effort to feature women’s fights and also host an all-women’s card. With this, BLK Prime looks to gauge the interest of the hardcore fans and hopes that they can become the new place to watch prospects become contenders.

Former world champion Zab Judah who is involved with BLK Prime, said, “The top five of the week are going to be the new wave of Boxing for all emerging fighters. BLK Prime is providing a platform for all fighters to showcase and show the world who the best fighters are!”

Also, the press release mentioned that the first Tuesday Night Fights Main Event will feature boxing prospect Alan Garcia (8-0, 7 KOs). BLK Prime wants to point fans to their social media accounts for the latest information on the Tuesday Night cards that begin in May.

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Let’s see how successful BLK Prime is with this latest attempt at gaining the attention of fight fans. We have witnessed Triller and Ring City try this model but were unsuccessful, and the verdict is still on whether ProBox will stick around. We all hope this works, as the more platforms that can host boxing, the more opportunities fighters have to see some success and provide for their families.

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Born and raised in the Bronx, New York City, Abe grew up in a family who were and still are die-hard boxing fans. He started contributing boxing articles in 2017 while being an active duty U.S. Marine. Abe is the Managing Editor for Big Fight Weekend and also a member of the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA).

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