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ShoBox: The New Generation

ShoBox: The New Generation is a boxing television program, on Showtime. Debuting in 2001, it focuses mainly on up-and-coming boxing prospects. This program, which is a spin-off of its sister boxing program, Showtime Championship Boxing, usually televises live at 11 p.m. ET/PT on selected Fridays. The show features Barry Tompkins on blow-by-blow and with Steve Farhood and Raul Marquez as the expert analysts.

Notable fights

A match between Sechew Powell and Cornelius Bundrage on May 6, 2005, featured an extremely rare double knockdown. Both threw simultaneous rights to the chin, although the referee didn't score any single knockdowns possibly due to the shock of the occurrence. It had a feature on SportsCenter on the same day.

Another match between Allan Green and Jaidon Codrington, on November 4, 2005 featured a devastating knockout win for Green in 18 seconds. It won Ring Magazine knockout of the year for 2005.

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