undercard

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un·der·card

 (ŭn′dər-kärd′)
n.
The event or events coming before and supporting the main event, as of boxing matches.

undercard

(ˈʌndəˌkɑːd)
n
(Boxing) boxing the event supporting a main event, which typically precedes it

un•der•card

(ˈʌn dərˌkɑrd)
n.
an event or group of events preceding and supporting a featured event.
[1945–50]
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Matchroom were in on the act early, featuring the Pembroke Dock man on the undercards of Jason Cook's European title shows at Maesteg and Bridgend.
The pair form part of the undercard to Newport light-middle Paul Samuels' meeting with unbeaten Michael Jones for the vacant British title.
Flores did continue to win: He beat Carlos Bojorquez, Paul Vaden, Robert Kamya, Emmett Linton and Rene Herrera on the undercards of Vargas fights.
The reward could be appearances on future Hamed undercards and thus provide her raw talent with the right exposure.
Jane Couch kick-starts her mission to rid women's boxing of its prima donnas tonight when she makes her worldwide television debut on Naseem Hamed's undercard.
The following undercards have been(a) confirmed to fight on December 12 at Casino Del Sol's AVA Amphitheater.
December 12 will include five undercard bouts followed by the main event televised on Univision's Telefutura at 8:00 p.
And they're using girls as part of the sideshow - Christy Martin fights in one of the Tyson undercards.
King, who presents more world title bouts and quality undercards than any other promoter, indicated that as many as five other fights will be added.