What Time Is Jean Pascal – Michael Eifert Tonight?

03/16/2023 - No comments


Tune in TONIGHT as DiBella Entertainment, in association with Groupe Yvon Michel and Jean Pascal Promotions, and in collaboration with Blanko Sports and SES Sports Events GmbH, presents “NO LIMIT” at Place Bell in Laval, Quebec, Canada, headlined by two-time world champion Jean Pascal (36-6-1, 20 KOs) taking on Germany’s Michael Eifert (11-1, 4 KOs) in an International Boxing Federation (IBF) World Title Eliminator to determine the mandatory challenger for IBF Light Heavyweight World Champion Artur Beterbiev.


United States: LIVE on ESPN+

Canada: LIVE on Pay-Per-View via Canal Indigo, Bell TV, Shaw TV, Fite.tv and GYMboxe.tv

Japan: Delayed basis on Wowow

Remainder of the world: LIVE on Pay-Per-View via Fite.TV

What Time Is Jean Pascal - Michael Eifert Tonight? - Boxing Image

NO LIMIT begins at 7:00 PM ET/4:00 PM PT and features 7 bouts, including PASCAL vs. EIFERT and a world-class undercard.

Jean Pascal, from Laval, Quebec, Canada, held the WBC light heavyweight crown from 2009-2011 as well as the WBA 175lb. title from 2019-2020. He was also a 2004 Olympian. Pascal has competed in 12 world title fights, the first in 2008 in England against Carl Froch and the last 11 years later in Atlanta against Badou Jack. During this period, Pascal met the best light heavyweights of his generation, including Adrian Diaconu, Chad Dawson, Bernard Hopkins, Lucian Bute, Sergey Kovalev, and Dmitry Bivol. He set many records for ticket sales and pay-per-view, with Lucian Bute at the Bell Center in 2014, where more than 21,000 spectators attended the event. In his most recent fight last May in Florida, he edged undefeated IBF #1 contender Fanlong Meng to set the stage for the championship eliminator against Eifert. Tonight, Pascal will return to a Canadian ring for the first time since 2018.

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Michael Eifert, from Magdeburg, Germany, has been a professional since 2018. His only loss came by majority decision to Tom Dzemski, which he avenged the following year in a rematch to capture the IBF Youth and WBC Youth light heavyweight titles. In his last fight, Eifert seized the IBF Inter-Continental light heavyweight title against Italian Adriano Sperandio, which earned him a place in this title eliminator against Pascal.

An all-Canadian showdown between Quebec’s popular Mathieu “G-Time” Germain (21-2-1, 9 KOs) and Ontario’s Steven Wilcox (24-3-1, 7 KOs) will be the 10-round co-feature attraction. Germain is a former IBF International junior welterweight champion and Wilcox previously held the NABA Canadian 140-pound title.

World title contender Jessica “Cobra” Camara (10-3, 2 KOs), of Montreal, will face off against Mexico’s Karla Zamora for the vacant IBF International junior welterweight title, scheduled for 10 rounds. In 2021, Camara challenged Kali Reis for the WBA/WBO unified super lightweight championship, losing by split decision in an extremely close and hard-fought fight. She has rebounded earning two wins last year.

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Undefeated bantamweight contender and former Canadian amateur champion, Amanda Galle (7-0-1, 1 KO), from Mississauga, Ontario, meets Lorena Cruz Aispuro (4-2, 0 KOs), of Mexico, in an eight-rounder. Galle is on the verge of a world title opportunity.

On the eve of St. Patrick’s Day, Irishman “Mighty” Joseph Ward (8-1, 4 KOs), a 2016 Ireland Olympian, battles Mexican light heavyweight Mario Andrade Rodriguez (7-0, 4 KOs) in an eight-round contest.

Rising featherweight star Caroline Veyre (2-0), a decorated Canadian amateur and 2020 Olympian, will take on Emma “Valkyria” Gongora (5-2), fighting out of Marseille, France, in a six-round matchup.

Italy’s welterweight sensation Yoel Angeloni (1-0) will make his North American debut as a professional in a four-round battle against Alexander Calixto (1-1, 0 KOs). Born to an Italian father and Cuban mother, Angeloni is a citizen of both Italy and Cuba. As such, he competed for both the Cuban and Italian National amateur teams, compiling an impressive record of 130-2. Fighting under the Italian colors, Angeloni won gold medals at the 2019 Junior European Championships and the 2021 Emil Jechev Memorial International Youth Boxing Tournament.

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