Free GAMEBRED Boxing 4: Roy Jones Jr. vs. Anthony Pettis Reddit live stream
It seems that anything that Jorge Masvidal does is surely going to raise some eyebrows. Whether it is spectacular 5-second flying knee knockout, assaulting opponents at family restaurants or landing the 'three piece and a soda' on a current champion, it is without a doubt that Masvidal is one of the most popular and controversial figures in combat sports.
Thankfully for us, his fame has allowed him to begin his own promotion, Gamebred Promotions, and the card he has set up for this Saturday, April 1 might be one of the most intriguing boxing events in recent history.
The main event of GAMEBRED Boxing 4 pits former four weight class champion and boxing Hall of Famer Roy Jones Jr. against a man who is making his boxing debut, former UFC lightweight champion Anthony 'Showtime' Pettis. Whilst it is hard to picture a path to victory for Pettis, he will have the strong support from his home crowd when he makes the walk across the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Nine former UFC fighters will be competing in the event with the majority of them making their professional boxing debut. The co-main event sees Jose Aldo rematch Jeremy Stephens although the first took place in the UFC. Jacaré Souza will also be looking to go 2-0 in a rematch against former UFC middleweight champion Vitor Belfort. Whether you believe the card is a gimmick or not, it could potentially provide some of the biggest shocks of 2023.
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