The Night Boxing Series Hosted By Ryan Kavanaugh

About the Kavanaugh approach

The co-founder of Hulu theatre in New York at MSG, Thriller spoke a lot to ESPN. He told Thriller, which is the organisation that marked the delivery of the exhibition of Mike Tyson Roy and the event of Jake Paul-Ben Aksen has done the agreement of a year deal with the famous Madison Square Garden company, according to co-founder Ryan Kavanaugh.

This was done so that every month a night boxing on Tuesday can be hosted at the New York’s theatre, which Ryan Kavanaugh founds. The series started on August 3 with the heavyweight of ESPN’s number 9. In an eliminator of the title, Mike Wilson was taken by Michael Hunter.

Chris Algieri, who is considered the former champion of 140 pounds, will have a competition in the chief support bout having a catchweight of approximately 144 pounds which is against a competitor to determine.

Did the deal become final?

The deal is yet to be signed and marked its completion. The management of MSG greenlit the pact further. It is reported that there would be dubbing of the series, and it would also feature a rap battle between popular artists such as Nore and Beanie Sigel. The streaming of the event would be done on FITE and Triller TV. And the portion of verzuz would be shown after the fight regarding the headline is over. According to the reports, every card would feature up to 10 bouts.

What did the chief boxing officer say regarding the event?

According to Ryan Kavanaugh, everyone was filled with excitement since boxing Tuesday would be telecasted every week, bringing together a new flair of adventure and fun among everyone. It would be held at the Madison Square Garden at the Mecca of boxing. The combination of excitement and purity of boxing, along with the cultural and innovational relevance of Verzuz and the rap battle, has made it more exciting.

The chief boxing officer of Triller, Peter Kahn, negotiated the deal with MSG Kahn since the boxing part of the series would be overseen by him. The rap battles would be overseen by the respective producer’s Swizz Beats, as well as Timbaland. The local promoter would be DiBella Entertainment. The heavyweight fight between Mike Wilson and Micheal Hunter was originally scheduled for the undercard of pay-per-view on June 19, which is headlined by Teofimo Lopez and the opponent George Kambosos.