Definition of undercard in English:

undercard

Line breaks: under|card
Pronunciation: /ˈʌndəkɑːd
 
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noun

The list of less important bouts on the same bill as a main boxing match: he could make his pro debut on the undercard of the Holyfield-Bowe match
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  • The final undercard bout featured featherweights Rogers Mtagwa and Valdemir Pereira.
  • The 23-year-old fighter aims to come through unscathed as he's booked to appear on the undercard for the Mike Tyson bill at Hampden Park on June 24.
  • The tournament will be staged by Luvo Boxing Promotions and features other exciting bouts on the undercard.

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