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D/B Recommended: Super Six World Boxing Classic tournament

SHOWTIME Sports presents six of the best super middleweight boxers in a round-robin, six-fighter tournament. Coming OCT 17.
Untill one man ist standing! D/B is showing every Fight on a secret Place in Berlin. Super Six LIVE, SixPack Beer, Punching bags and serious Music.

Tournament Format:
*  All bouts will be contested under the unified rules of boxing;
* All bouts scheduled for 12 rounds; * Both the World Boxing Council (WBC) and the World Boxing Association (WBA) titles will be on the line at the outset of tournament competition;
* Each boxer will fight three bouts against different opponents in the Group Stage— round-robin, points-based competition;
* Following the Group Stage, the top four point scorers qualify for the Semi-Finals with the bottom two eliminated (In the event of a tie on points, a tie-break mechanism is in place);

Super Six World Boxing Promo Video

* Points will be awarded after each bout. Scoring is as follows:
Win — 2 points (with a 1-point KO/TKO bonus)
Draw — 1 point
Loss — 0 points
* Semi-Finals will match the point leader against the fourth place fighter and the second versus the third in single-elimination bouts (In the event of a draw in the Semi-Final bouts, a tie-break mechanism is in place);
* The winners of the Semi-Final bouts advance to the Final.

Super Six World Boxing Classic – Interviews

The best super middleweight boxers in the World:
International Boxing Federation (IBF) middleweight champion Arthur Abraham (30-0, 24 KOs), of Germany, will move up to challenge at 168, U.S. Olympic medalist and top-ranked contender Andre “The Matrix” Dirrell (18-0, 13 KOs) of Flint, Mich., World Boxing Council (WBC) super middleweight champion Carl “The Cobra” Froch (25-0, 20 KOs) of England, World Boxing Association (WBA) 168-pound champion Mikkel “Viking Warrior” Kessler (41-1, 31 KOs) of Denmark, former undisputed 160-pound world champion Jermain “Bad Intentions” Taylor (28-3-1, 17 KOs) of Little Rock, Ark., and U.S. Olympic gold medalist and No. 1-ranked contender Andre “S.O.G.” Ward (19-0, 12 KOs) of Oakland, Calif


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