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International boxing rights distributor Octapixx LIVE is pleased to announce that the Monte Carlo Million Dollar Super Four Final, taking place in Monte Carlo, Monaco on July 13, and featuring a WBO/IBO light welterweight championship match, will be seen on television by millions of sports fans all over the world. The event is presented by Monte-Carlo SBM, and promoted by Golden Gloves Promotions.

The Monte Carlo Million Dollar Super Four Final is the completion of a four-participant tournament that began on March 30. In the Final taking place on July 13, American super middleweight Edwin Rodriguez (23-0, 15 KO) competes against Russian light heavyweight Denis Grachev (13-01, 8 KO) in a catch-weight bout with the winner pocketing the lion-share of a $1,000,000 USD prize.

The co-featured WBO/IBO light welterweight championship features Russian titleholder Khabib Allakhverdiev (18-0, 8 KO) defending his belts against France’s Souleymane M’baye (40-4-1, 22 KO).

Two other fantastic bouts round out the international transmission including an EBU middleweight championship (Bursak-Arron) and a WBC silver cruiserweight championship (Makabu-Kucher).

Live from Salles des Etoiles on the Monte Carlo beachfront, this highly anticipated event will be broadcast internationally on SuperSport in Africa, beIN Sport USA, beIN Sport France, Al Jazeera Sport in the Middle East, Space in Latin America, BoxNation in the United Kingdom, and on many more broadcasters worldwide.

“I’m excited with the championship fight between Allakhverdiev and M’baye: the veteran against the young lion,” says Golden Gloves Promotions’ Rodney Berman. “[And] the rest of the card features tremendous talent”.

According to Octapixx LIVE’s Vice President, Lowell Conn, the barometer of success for this and other world class events rest in their accessibility to sports fans.

“Our goal at Octapixx LIVE is to ensure that more boxing is regularly seen by more people around the world,” says Conn, “We are excited that this great event will be experienced by sports fans all over the globe.”

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