Colbert vs Nyambayar results, updates, video, main event, undercard

Chris Colbert defends against Tugstsogt Nyambayar live from Carson, CA

Undefeated Chris Colbert defends his interim WBA super featherweight title against Tugstsogt Nyambayar at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, CA on Saturday July 3, which makes it Sunday July 4 in Australia. The 12-round bout headlines the PBC boxing fight card live on Showtime.

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In the co-main event Michel Rivera faces off Jon Fernandez in a 12-round WBA lightweight title eliminator. The full Colbert vs Nyambayar undercard can be found below.

Chris Colbert vs Tugstsogt Nyambayar live stream

Boxing fans can watch Chris Colbert vs Tugstsogt Nyambayar live stream on Showtime. The start time is scheduled for 9 pm ET / 6 pm PT. The telecast also includes Michel Rivera up against Jon Fernandez, and the replay of a blockbuster showdown produced last weekend, featuring Gervonta Davis faceoff Mario Barrios.

In Australia Colbert vs Nyambayar airs live stream on FITE TV. The start time is scheduled for 11 am AEST.

The start time in other countries can be found on the event broadcast page.

Stay tuned with Colbert vs Nyambayar live results and updates below below.

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Colbert vs Nyambayar results

  • Chris Colbert def. Tugstsogt Nyambayar (118-110, 118-110, 117-111) | Watch highlights
  • Michel Rivera def. Jon Fernandez by KO (R8 at 0:44) | Watch highlights
  • Daniel Garcia def. Gabe Sandoval by KO (R2)
  • Angel Alejandro def. Rudy Ochoa (79-73, 80-72, 78-74)
  • Shon Mondragon vs. Jose Perez – majority draw (57-57, 57-57, 58-56)
  • Gabriela Fundora def. Indeya Smith by unanimous decision
  • Rajon Chance def. Marco Lara by KO (R1 at 1:32)
  • Anthony Cuba def. William Flenoy by majority decision (40-36, 38-38, 39-37)

Colbert vs Nyambayar live updates

As the action inside the boxing ring concludes, moving on to Colbert vs Nyambayar post-fight press conference live stream video.

The main event goes a full distance. After 12 rounds Chris Colbert scores a unanimous decision against Tugstsogt Nyambayar and retains his interim WBA super featherweight belt.

Round 3 of the Main Event.

And the action begins.

It’s time for main event. Undefeated Chris Colbert puts his interim WBA super featherweight title on the line against Tugstsogt Nyambayar.

The co-main event ends prior to the final bell. Michel Rivera knocks out Jon Fernandez in the eighth-round to win WBA lightweight title eliminator.

For a moment tables turn. Fernandez drops Rivera.

More shots delivered by Rivera.

River delivers big right.

In the co-feature Michel Rivera and Jon Fernandez square off in WBA lightweight title eliminator.

And this is how Gervonta Davis vs Mario Barrios ended last weekend.

The last fight on Colbert vs Nyambayar undercard featured Daniel Garcia up against Gabe Sandoval at super featherweight. The scheduled for four rounds bout ended in favor of Garcia who stopped his opponent in Round 2.

Angel Alejandro and Rudy Ochoa go a full eight-round distance at super featherweight. One judge scored the fight 79-73, another judge had it 80-72, while the third judge gave it 78-74, all in favor of Alejandro.

The telecast begins with the replay of last weekend’s showdown between Gervonta Davis and Mario Barrios.

Featherweight bout between Shon Mondragon and Jose Perez ends in majority draw after six rounds.

The telecast starts now.

Gabriela Fundora secures a unanimous decision against Indeya Smith after four rounds at flyweight. All three judges scored the fight 39-37.

Super bantamweight bout between Rajon Chance and Marco Lara ends early. Chance secures the win via first-round KO at 1:32.

The fight action inside the ring kicked off with a four-round lightweight bout between Anthony Cuba and William Flenoy. The pair went a full distance, which ended in majority decision. One judge scored the fight 38-38, while two other judges had it 40-36 and 39-37 in favor of Cuba, who took the win by majority decision.

Colbert vs Nyambayar fight card

Main Card (live on 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)

  • Daniel Garcia vs. Gabe Sandoval, 4 rounds, super featherweight
  • Angel Alejandro vs. Rudy Ochoa, 8 rounds, super featherweight
  • Shon Mondragon vs. Jose Perez, 6 rounds, 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
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