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Since its inception in 1991, HBO Pay-Per-View has produced and distributed some of the biggest and most memorable pay-per-view boxing events in history.
However, one would be hard pressed to find a more spectacular three-month line-up than the one that has been assembled for this fall from HBO Pay-Per-View. In a span of 10 weeks, six compelling prizefighters will square off in three mega-fights that will in most cases largely define the careers of these uncommon competitors.
The HBO Pay-Per-View line-up for the fall reads like a pro boxing All-Star Team. On Saturday, Sept. 18 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the HBO PPV cameras will present the highly anticipated undisputed world middleweight championship fight as Oscar De La Hoya, 37-3-(29) steps into the ring against Bernard Hopkins, 44-2-1-(31).
Both fighters are destined for the Hall of Fame, yet these two great champions will put it all on the line on Sept. 18 in Las Vegas.