Jorge Masvidal will bring some incredible action this April as Gamebred Promotions puts forth an exciting boxing card involving the likes of Roy Jones Jr., Anthony Pettis, Jose Aldo, Jeremy Stephens, and Vitor Belfort among several other notable names from the world of combat sports. Several former UFC Champions, notable names from the world of mixed martial arts, multi-division boxing champions, and legends of the game will make their presence felt on April 1.
While the full fight card remains to see the light of day, we know three blockbuster fights that are booking and are happening! Without wasting any time, let’s dive right in.
Roy Jones Jr. vs Anthony Pettis will headline Gamebred Boxing 4
You heard that right! In what is possibly a huge mismatch, 54-year-old Roy Jones Jr. will take on Anthony Pettis in the main event of Gamebred Boxing 4. The much-anticipated boxing card will go down in Milwaukee on April 1 inside Fiserv Forum, Wisconsin.
Roy Jones Jr. was last seen in an exhibition fight against Mike Tyson back in November 2020. Meanwhile, Anthony Pettis will step inside the boxing ring after back-to-back losses in the PFL. Be that as it may, it’s an exciting match-up and has every fan’s attention!
Jose Aldo will also step inside the boxing ring, taking on his former foe Jeremy Stephens in what promises to be an incredible fight between two explosive strikers. Speaking of explosiveness, Paul Daley will also feature on Gamebred Boxing, taking on Anthony Taylor in a fight that is bound to end in a stoppage.
Gamebred Boxing 4 headlined by Anthony Pettis vs. Roy Jones Jr.
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That’s not all, former UFC Champion Jacare Souza will step inside the boxing ring, having retired from mixed martial arts, taking on Vitor Belfort in what promises to be a fun affair.
As for Jorge Masvidal, the two-time title challenger takes on Gilbert Burns in the co-main event of UFC 287 on April 8. It won’t be wrong to say that it’s a do-or-die fight for Masvidal, who is currently on a three-fight losing streak. The UFC PPV will be headlined by Alex Pereira and Israel Adesanya for the undisputed UFC Middleweight title.