SATURDAY, APRIL 19 (12:05-12:35 a.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO. Hosted by the four-time Sports Emmy(R) winner, who has been the host of HBO Boxing since joining the network in 1988, the show is a provocative ,engaging and informative experience that delves into intriguing story lines, newsmakers and issues that are top-of-mind in boxing.Saturday’s show debuts immediately following the replay of the world welterweight title fight between Timothy Bradley Jr. and Manny Pacquiao at 11:00 p.m.
Other HBO playdates: April 20 (10:15 a.m.), 22 (2:15 a.m.), 24 (8:30a.m., 8:30 p.m.) and 29 (5:30 p.m.), and May 1 (8:00 a.m.), 3 (11:30a.m.), 5 (3:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m.) and 15 (6:00 p.m., 3:40 a.m.)
HBO2 playdates: April 20 (1:30 a.m.), 21 (7:30 p.m.), 23 (11:00 a.m.)and 26 (5:50 p.m.) and May 3 (10:30 p.m.), 4 (10:30 a.m.), 6 (9:00p.m.), 9 (3:45 p.m.), 14 (11:30 p.m.) and 16 (1:30 a.m.)
HBO On Demand availability begins: April 22. The show will also beavailable on HBO GO(R).
Among the topics explored on this edition of THE FIGHT GAME: aninsider’s recap of the Bradley-Pacquiao bout; the sights of sounds of fight week in Las Vegas; interviews with ESPN’s Dan Rafael and HBO Boxing’s Max Kellerman; breaking down the upcoming pay-per-views how downs on May 3 and June 7; and new rankings for THE FIGHT GAME Pound for Pound List and Gatti List. Immediately following the program, fight fans can log on to hbo.com for exclusive overtime segments hosted by Lampley.