Former world champion Peter "Kid Chocolate" Quillin, Australian middleweight Michael Zerafa, 2012 U.S. Olympian "Sir" Marcus Browne and Staten Island's Gary Stark Jr. took part in a media workout at Gleason's Gym in Brooklyn Tuesday before their respective showdowns on Saturday, September 12 at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.
Quillin and Zerafa face-off in a 12-round middleweight showdown that headlines Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on NBC with televised coverage beginning at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT with a super welterweight world title clash between Cornelius "K-9" Bundrage and Jermall Charlo. Browne will take on former world champion Gabriel Campillo in a 10-round light heavyweight affair that may appear on the NBC portion of the broadcast, while Stark Jr. takes on Anthony Napunyi in six-rounds of super featherweight action.

Here is what the fighters had to say Tuesday:
"I was just telling Zerafa when we faced-off that I've been in his shoes before and I know how it feels. No disrespect. He doesn't have to tell me that he's got nothing to lose, I know that. I'm worried about looking good in this fight and doing what I've been working on in the gym.
"I know he's beaten all the best in Australia, but I've beaten the best all over the world. He's not going to be in his backyard and have that comfort he's used to.
"We're at a point now where I need to showcase my talent at this level. The exposure on NBC is great. We can be seen by so many people and build something that will last for years to come.
"Not everyone knows I was raised all my life in Grand Rapids, Michigan just like Floyd Mayweather and he was really one of my biggest inspirations. Fighting on the same day as him is the closest I'll get to fighting on his undercard, which I've always wanted to do. I still get to headline my own event on NBC and I hope that people are inspired by how hard Floyd and I have worked to get to where we are.
"I'm excited for the possibility of fighting Daniel Jacobs. He's been calling for it for a long time and the seats are reversed now, because he's a champion and I'm not. I'm motivated regardless of the belt, but I want the opportunity to fight one of the best in the world and showcase my talent and show I'm the king of Brooklyn."
"It's been a good experience coming to the U.S. for my first time. It's a lot of adrenaline and I have as we get closer to the fight and I'm just looking forward to fighting one of the best in the world.
"It's going to be an exciting fight and I'm going to give it my absolute all. We know it's going to be a hard fight and our team has trained extremely hard. We have a great game plan and we're going to give it our best shot.
"I didn't know too much about Quillin when I accepted the fight but he is one of the best in America so we know that it's going to be a hard fight and we're going to make it a war. We'll leave it all out on the table and the better man will win.
"I feel good at this weight. I'm strong and smarter with less stress on my body. I'm feeling switched on and very confident.
"Losing has made me a better, tougher and stronger fighter. There's nothing to lose in this fight, I have everything to gain."