I’m going to be the face of Brooklyn. I’m going to be the face of boxing. And I’m not stopping until it happens.

With four wins in 2019, improving his record to 13-0, 5KOs, and a brutal one-punch KO which nominated him to Knockout of the Year alongside his Prospect of the Year nomination, Chris “Prime Time” Colbert is a force to be reckoned with.

Although he didn’t walk away with either of the wins, leaving many in the boxing world surprised, Prime Time isn’t spending too much time worrying about that. Focusing more on doing what he does, Colbert is fighting his way to the top in pursuit of becoming a World Champion.

Getting his first title shot, Prime Time will be fighting for the WBA Interim Junior Lightweight belt against Jezreel Corrales, on January 18 at Liacouras Center in Pennsylvania, New York.


Representing his hometown of Brooklyn, New York, Colbert is quickly making a name for himself as he continues to showcase his incomparable skills in the ring. During his recent media workout at Sweatbox Brooklyn, he showcased some of those skills with many fans and friends showing up in support, including NY rapper, Maino.


Fighting as the co-main event in William v. Rosario card, Prime Time is excited to show once again why he is determined to become the face of Brooklyn. The face of boxing. Just a few more days to see if Chris “Prime Time” Colbert keeps his word and becomes the new WBA Interim Junior Lightweight Champion.

Catch the fight live on FOX.