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Chris Colbert continues his rapid ascent up the super-featherweight rankings against Tugstsogt Nyambayar.
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UEFA-FREE] Spain vs Switzerland Live Stream Quarter-Finals 2021: Watch EURO 2020 Online TV Channel | World ScoutingChris Colbert is the latest New York fighter trying to make a massive impression on the sport of boxing. From the region that produced Mike Tyson and Riddick Bowe, Colbert is Brooklyn’s newest fighting hero. With only 15 bouts under his wing, Colbert has already made a big impression as he holds the WBA interim ight title with bigger prizes still in sight.
Next up for the talented Colbert is Mongolia’s Tugstsogt Nyambayar. An outstanding vested fighter, Nyambayar is pursuing the highest honours in the pro game as he looks to bounce back from a loss against Gary Russell Jr last year. Taking down the promising Colbert would be the perfect platform to push on for boxing’s biggest prizes.
CHRIS COLBERT VS. TUGSTSOGT NYAMBAYAR START TIME Date: Saturday, July 3rd Time: 5pm PT/ 8pm ET/ 1am BST Colbert and Nyambayar are expected to enter the ring at around 8pm PT/ 11pm ET/4am BST for the card’s main event but that depends on the length of the other main bouts.
HOW TO WATCH, LIVE STREAM CHRIS COLBERT VS. TUGSTSOGT NYAMBAYAR You can watch the Colbert vs. Nyambayar event live on Showtime. Fite TV will show the fight in the U.K.
WHERE IS CHRIS COLBERT VS. TUGSTSOGT NYAMBAYAR? Colbert vs. Tugstsogt is taking place at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.
CHRIS COLBERT RECORD AND BIO Nationality: American Born: September 27th, 1996 Height: 5ft 8ins Reach: 71ins Total fights: 15 Record: 15-0 with 6 Knockouts TUGSTSOGT NYAMBAYAR RECORD AND BIO Nationality: Mongolian Born: 23rd June, 1992 Height: 5ft 8ins Reach: 68ins Total fights: 13 Record: 12-1 with 9 knockouts CHRIS COLBERT VS. TUGSTSOGT NYAMBAYAR FIGHT CARD Chris Colbert vs. Tugstsogt Nyambayar for Colbert’s WBA interim super-featherweight title Michel Rivera vs. Jon Fernandez Angel Alejandro vs. Rudy Ochoa Shon Mondragon vs. Jose Perez Gabriela Fundora vs. Indeya Smith Daniel Garcia vs. Gabe Sandoval Rajon Chance vs. Marco Lara Anthony Cuba vs. William Flenoy The Independence Day weekend will be fairly light, but we do get one title on the line. Chris Colbert will put his WBA interim junior lightweight championship on the line this Saturday, July 3rd against Tugstsogt Nyambayar in Carson, California. The main card gets going at 9 p.m. ET and will air on Showtime.
Since the fight will be available to watch with a standard Showtime subscription, that also means you can stream the fight on any of their available apps using Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, iOS or Android. If you don’t yet have a Showtime subscription, you’re in luck, as they’re currently offering a free 30-day trial.
This fight has come together at the last minute due to an injury. Colbert was scheduled to face Yuriorkis Gamboa but Gamboa suffered a rib injury and had to withdraw a little over a week ago. Nyambayar is primarily a featherweight fighter but was willing to move up a weight class on short notice.
Colbert is 15-0 and coming off an 11th round TKO of Jaime Arboleda last December in his first title defense. Nyambayar is 12-1 and coming off a split decision win over Cobia Breedy last December. Prior to that he had suffered his first defeat in a fight for the WBC featherweight title.
Two skilled, hard-hitting technicians will throw down when unbeaten rising sensation Chris “Primetime” Colbert puts his interim 130-pound title on the line against Tugstogt “King Tug” Nyambayar Saturday night on SHOWTIME.
This Saturday, July 3, on SHOWTIME, live from Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California, undefeated interim WBA World Super Featherweight Champion Chris “Primetime” Colbert (15-0, 6 KOs) faces the dangerous Tugstsogt “King Tug” Nyambayar (12-1, 9 KOs) atop a SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast (9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT).
The Premier Boxing Champions event will feature unbeaten rising star Michel Rivera squaring off against Jon Fernandez in a 135-pound WBA title eliminator. Opening the show will be a special replay of last Saturday’s exciting pay-per-view main event, Gervonta Davis vs. Mario Barrios, from State Farm Arena in Atlanta.
Chris Colbert is a true rising star and universally regarded as one of the top young talents in boxing. Just 24 years of age and two fights into his reign as interim WBA super featherweight champ, the world beyond the hardcore boxing fan base is starting to see what “Primetime” is all about.
In his last fight, the flashy Brooklyn native showed another facet of his game by standing in the pocket and battling with Jaime Arboleda, gradually breaking down the tough Panamanian and stopping him in the eleventh round. Prior to that, he scored a title-winning unanimous decision victory over former world champ Jezzrel Corrales.
Tugstsogt Nyambayar, who’s replacing the injured Yuriorkis Gamboa on just about two weeks’ notice, won a silver medal representing his native Mongolia in the 2012 Olympic games. This will be his first big fight at super featherweight following a successful, but ultimately bittersweet run at featherweight.
After tearing through opposition at 126, “King Tug” got his title shot against long-reigning WBC featherweight champ Gary Russell Jr. in February 2020. Despite coming on strong late in the fight and having some solid moments, he ended up dropping a unanimous decision to the mega-talented champ. In his last bout, he took a split decision victory over previously undefeated Cobia Breedy.
At stake is Colbert’s interim WBA super featherweight title and upward mobility in the loaded 130-pound division.
Colbert is a uniquely gifted fighter with extreme natural speed and outstanding reflexes. A natural right-hander who switches effortlessly to southpaw, he works a blindingly quick jab and is equally effective from both stances.
“Primetime” is supremely confident and possesses an in-ring analytical ability beyond his years. His fluid, improvisational style and all-around speed make him hard to defend against and next-to-impossible to get a bead on.
Although everything he throws is quick and effective, his right hook from the southpaw stance seems to be his most potent one-punch offensive weapon.
Nyambayar is a mature, clinical, well-schooled fighter. He has picture-perfect technique on offense and throws crisp, accurate combinations. His best weapon is a quick, strong right hand that can be delivered with fight-ending impact from just about any angle.
A weakness that has popped up in recent fights is a sluggishness in dealing with speedy opponents. In his bouts with both Russell and Breedy, he was often unable and/or unwilling to let his hands go because of his opponents’ speed. He was also slow in cutting off the ring against his faster foes. To his credit, he eventually found a rhythm and a way to connect, but his difficulties definitely lost him rounds.
Defensively, Nyambayar is solid and is adept at picking off punches with his gloves.
“ I’m looking to dominate. ”Undefeated WBA Interim World Super Featherweight Champion – Chris “Primetime” Colbert
“I’m very excited to be back in the ring on July 4 weekend. I get to set off my fireworks on SHOWTIME the night before. This is just another day, another dollar. I have a job to do, and that’s to get the win by any means necessary, but I’m looking to dominate. I expect Nyambayar to bring his A-game though because he knows he’ll be in there with a monster. I may not be the biggest puncher in the world, but I know how to finish a guy and get him out of there, and on July 3 that’s exactly what I’ll be looking to do.”
“When I got the call about this fight, I jumped at the opportunity. I can’t wait to compete. I was born for fights like this. I’m going to leave it all in the ring and give the fans a great show on July 3.”
When it comes to Colbert vs. Nyambayar, speed is the X-factor.
Nyambayar has reportedly been working on fluidity and speed with trainer John Pullman, but it remains to be seen whether he can advance enough to deal with the kind of otherworldly quickness Colbert possesses.
If the Mongolian can find a way to consistently reach Colbert, he’ll do well. His combination punching will be an asset in getting a second and third shot at connecting and his tenacious nature will always keep him alive and trying. There’s no quit in “King Tug,” so that already puts him ahead of most Colbert opponents, who lose steam and confidence after a few rounds of whiffing and getting countered.
Colbert, meanwhile, will make things infinitely easier on himself if he opts to be the elusive and hard-to-time “Primetime” who was once called the “best prospect on the planet” by respected trainer and commentator Joe Goossen. A four-inch reach advantage will certainly help in facilitating a hit-and-don’t-get-hit groove.
This is a risky fight for the young Brooklynite and, arguably, a much more difficult task than original opponent Yuriorkis Gamboa. Colbert will have to be his sharpest self and show some elite-level focus because Nyambayar will keep coming all night, looking for his script-flipping moments.
Expect extreme intrigue Saturday night on SHOWTIME. Colbert is the superstar-in-the-making, but one slip-up could spell disaster—and Nyambayar has the tools needed to spring a surprise.
Defending interim WBA super featherweight champion Chris Colbert faces off Tugstsogt Nyambayar on Saturday, July 3. The pair squares off in the scheduled for 12 rounds bout, headlining the PBC boxing fight card live from Dignity Health Sports Park Carson, CA. The list of bouts featured on the undercard has been finalized.
Advertisements In the co-main event, rising lightweight contender Michel Rivera takes on Jon Fernandez. The scheduled super lightweight bout between unbeaten Richardson Hitchins and Darwin Price has been cancelled, due to hand injured suffered by Hitchins at training.
Unbeaten prospects highlight the non-televised undercard, as Angel Alejandro battles fellow unbeaten Rudy Ochoa in an eight-round super featherweight duel, while Shon Mondragon meets Jose Perez in a six-round featherweight attraction.
COLBERT VS NYAMBAYAR TICKETS Colbert vs Nyambayar tickets to attend the event at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, CA are on sale, and can be purchased through Vivid Seats.
HOW TO WATCH CHRIS COLBERT VS TUGSTSOGT NYAMBAYAR Boxing fans can watch Chris Colbert vs Tugstsogt Nyambayar live stream on Showtime. The date and start time is scheduled for Saturday, July 3 at 9 pm ET / 6 pm PT.
COLBERT VS NYAMBAYAR UNDERCARD A native of Dallas, Alejandro (9-0, 4 KOs) began his pro career in 2017 with knockouts in four of his first six outings. Still just 21-years-old, Alejandro’s last fight saw him win a six-round decision over Darryl Hayes. In his prior entry into the ring, Alejandro earned a career-best unanimous decision over experienced 45-fight veteran Mark John Yap.
Advertisements He will take on a fellow unbeaten in Ochoa (10-0, 5 KOs), who returns to action for the first time since an eight-round unanimous decision over Matt Doherty in October 2020. A pro since 2017, the 27-year-old Ochoa fights out of his hometown of Oxnard, California.
The 23-year-old Mondragón (6-0, 2 KOs) turned pro in February 2019 after an extensive amateur career. A native of Denver, Colorado, Mondragón earned five victories in his first nine months as a pro, before most recently winning a decision over Luis Javier Valdes in November 2020.
He will be facing Gardena, California’s Perez (9-1-1, 4 KOs), who scored an impressive fourth-round knockout of previously unbeaten Jose Edgardo Garcia in December 2020. The 25-year-old is unbeaten since losing in only his third pro fight, adding six victories between 2018 and 2019.
The non-televised lineup also feature Denver’s Daniel Garcia (1-0, 1 KO) in a four-round super featherweight tilt against New Mexico’s Gabe Sandoval (1-0, 1 KO) and Gabriela Fundora (1-0), the sister of top super welterweight Sebastian Fundora, in a four-round flyweight bout against Indeya Smith.
Rounding out the action is New Jersey’s Rajon Chance (4-0, 4 KOs) battling Memphis-native Marco Lara (0-1) in a four-round super bantamweight fight and Los Angeles’ Anthony Cuba (1-0, 1 KO) stepping in for a four-round lightweight matchup against Cleveland’s William Flenoy (0-1).
The full Colbert vs Nyambayar fight card can be found below.
COLBERT VS NYAMBAYAR FIGHT CARD Main Card (Showtime)
Chris Colbert vs. Tugstsogt Nyambayar, 12 rounds, super featherweight – Colbert’s interim WBA super featherweight title Michel Rivera vs. Jon Fernandez, 12 rounds, lightweight – WBA lightweight title eliminator Undercard (Non-televised)
Angel Alejandro vs. Rudy Ochoa, 8 rounds, super featherweight Shon Mondragon vs. Jose Perez, 6 rounds, featherweight Daniel Garcia vs. Gabe Sandoval, 4 rounds, super featherweight Gabriela Fundora vs. Indeya Smith, 4 rounds, flyweight Rajon Chance vs. Marco Lara, 4 rounds, super bantamweight Anthony Cuba vs. William Flenoy, 4 rounds, lightweight