from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The event or events coming before and supporting the main event, as of boxing matches.
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- n. A list of minor or supporting contests printed on the same bill as the main event (primarily fighting or racing, such as the main fight at a boxing match or wrestling, horse or car racing, etc.), occurring before or after the main event.
- n. The events so listed.
- n. A card lower than another given card or pair.
In the main undercard event, Mexico's brilliant, young Saul "Danelo" Alvarez, 19, struggled in the first round, nearly going down, before coming back strong to stop Jose Miguel Cotto at 2: 51 of the ninth round.
The LeBron vs. Rondo undercard is a bout they're ready to accept.
Featured on the undercard is a bout between middleweight contenders Andy Lee of Ireland and Scotland's Craig McEwan, who wore kilts to the Times Square news conference.
Also on the undercard is a four-rounder featuring welterweight Chris Gilbert (1-0, 1 KO) of Windsor, Vt. against Noel Garcia (2-11-1, 1KO) of Springfield, Mass.
It ends with Williams-Wright, but on the undercard is a bout featuring one of the two most exciting heavyweights, Chris Arreola (the other being David Haye) in a step-up fight against Jameel McCline.
The final match of the undercard was the RAW Championship as
And he left the red meat speeches for the right to the "undercard" Palin, Guiliani, et al.
Morrison is on the undercard, meaning he will only be televised if
One sport he believes needs to take a long look at itself is boxing, after he recently pulled an Amir Khan pay-per-view fight from the schedule because the undercard was too weak.
On the undercard, Thiago Silva unanimously outpointed Brandon Vera, Dong Hyun Kim remained unbeaten with a unanimous decision over Nate Diaz, and Clay Guida earned his third straight win, submitting former Pride lightweight champion Takanori Gomiby with a guillotine choke in the third round.
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