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Prizefighter International Heavyweights LIVE on the Internet

Two-thousand pounds of heavyweight boxing talent collides in the ring on Saturday night, fighting to be crowned the first Prizefighter International Heavyweight King – and for the first time fans from all over the world can watch the action live online.

The special edition of Matchroom Sport’s eight-man, one night tournaments sees eight fighters from eight different countries head to Alexandra Palace in north London live on Sky Sports 1 and HD1 from 9pm – and with huge interest in all four corners of the globe, an online stream will allow fans outside the UK to see the action.

www.liveprizefighter.tv is the official live video stream for the event and will be available outside the UK from 9pm GMT on Saturday night.

Irish-based Cuban Mike Perez kicks-off the night, putting his unbeaten record on the line against Trinidad and Tobago’s Kerston Manswell. The winner of that fight will face a semi-final clash against either giant Russian Evgeny Orlov or former French Heavyweight champion Gregory Tony.

The other side of the draw sees UK Prizefighter Champion Michael Sprott face American KO machine Tye Fields, with the victor facing either unbeaten Romanian Lucian Bot or the dangerous big-hitting German Konstantin Airich in the second semi-final.

Prizefighter International Heavyweights Draw (with weights)

Quarter-final one: Mike Perez (16st 6lb) v Kerston Manswell (18st)
Quarter-final two: Evgeny Orlov (22st) v Gregory Tony (16st 3lb)
Quarter-final three: Michael Sprott (17st) v Tye Fields (19st 5lb)
Quarter-final four: Lucian Bot (15st 10lb) v Konstantin Airich (16st 4lb)

Tickets for Prizefighter International Heavyweights at London’s Alexandra Palace on Saturday 7 May are available from on the door at Alexandra Palace from 7.30pm priced £35 unreserved and £50 and £60 ringside.

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