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One week left to vote for Showtime’s best knockout ever

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This election season, boxing fans will vote for the greatest knockout in the 30-year history of Showtime Championship Boxing A Knockout Bracket consisting of 32 of the most dramatic and memorable KOs of the past 30 years launched on Friday, and an ultimate winner will be revealed during the Dec. 10 Showtime Championship Boxing doubleheader.

That means there’s still a week to make your voice heard and vote for what you think is the best knockout in the history of Showtime.

The 32 candidates are into broken into four regions – heavyweights, middleweights, welterweights and the lighter weight divisions – with some of the greatest fighters of the last 30 years facing off in this unique tournament.

In the opening round of the heavyweight region, former undisputed heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield will square off with current WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder, while Hall of Famer Felix Trinidad takes on former champ Lucas Matthysse in the welterweight region.

The 16 matchups in the round of 32 launched a month ago at www.showtimeknockouts.com, and the winners will advance to the next round of voting beginning Nov. 14. Subsequent rounds will continue over the next six weeks until the ultimate reveal Dec. 10 on SHOWTIME.

Fans can join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #SHObestKO.