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Tomas Salek vs. Pavel Sour: Fight time, live stream, full card, more for title bout

Tomas Salek and Pavel Sour are set to face off in the ring on Saturday in a heavyweight bout. We break down when the fight starts and how to watch the full card.

Tomas Salek (R) of Czech Republic exchanges punches with Mario Lakatos (L) of Slovakia during their Heavyweight fight between Tomas Salek and Mario Lakatos at Maritim Hotel on December 12, 2020 in Magdeburg, Germany. Photo by Oliver Hardt/Getty Images

On Saturday, March 5th, we will see Salek vs. Sour 2 take place from Brno, Czech Republic at Sono Centrum. The PPV will feature nine total fights on the main card. There are two title fights on the main card with the penultimate fight of the night being for the Czech Light Heavyweight Title between Michal Ryba and Jozef Jurko.

The highlight main event of the night will feature Tomas Salek and Pavel Sour competing for the Czech Heavyweight Title. The PPV will get started at 12:00 p.m. ET. With this being the second meeting of the competitors, their first matchup occurred in April of 2019 and it saw Salek come away with the unanimous decision.

Salek enters with a 15-3 professional fighting record. Most recently, he was victorious against Michal Reissinger in October of 2021 when he won by unanimous decision. Sour enters with an overall 14-7 record, but he is coming off a loss. He picked up a big win on January 8th and then agreed to a quick turnaround for his next fight on January 22nd against Oleksandr Zakhozhyi. Unfortunately, it wasn’t a smart move as he went down to a third-round knockout. With a little more time to recover, Sour is going to look to avenge his first loss to Salek from 2019.

Live stream details aren’t available just yet, but we’ll be sure to update should the broadcast become available.

Full Card for Tomas Salek vs. Pavel Sour 2

  • Main event: Tomas Salek vs. Pavel Sour, 10 rounds, for Salek’s Czech heavyweight title
  • Michal Ryba vs. Jozef Jurko, 10 rounds, for vacant Czech light heavyweight title
  • Fabiana Bytyqi vs. Ivanka Ivanova, 8 rounds, junior flyweight
  • Tomas Bezvoda vs. Melvin Wassing, 6 rounds, super middleweight
  • Milos Beranek vs. Aljaz Venko, 6 rounds, junior middleweight
  • Martin Parlagi vs. Stefan Slavchev, 6 rounds, junior featherweight
  • Pavel Albrecht vs. Patrik Fiala, 4 rounds, middleweight