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- Gingras-McCreedy, young stars headline Sept. 12
- New wave of Canadian prospects were showcased last weekend by EOTTM
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Majewski and Mundy headline blockbuster card at Resorts Hotel and Casino!
Mariusz Kolodziej’s Global Boxing Promotions and Peltz Boxing Promotions global fight night series has finalized a blockbuster night of professional boxing set for this Saturday night a Resorts Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Headlining the show will be a ten round contest for the vacant WBC Inter-Continental Middleweight title featuring a Atlantic City’s own Patrick “The machine” Majewski (19-1, 13Ko’s) in a rematch with slick Philadelphian Latif Mundy (10-4, 4Ko’s).
The two middleweights squared off in a back and forth battle back on july 6th of 2009 in which the battle went back and forth in the early going before Majewski took over late in the contest to capture a hard fought unanimous decision victory. Now with the WBC title on the line, the stakes have been raised and both fighters are ready for war. Majewski born in Radom Poland and now residing in Atlantic City, New Jersey, recently captured the NABF middleweight title back in July with a fifth round stoppage of Chris Fitzpatrick (15-2, 6Ko’s) and now looks to add another belt to his resume with a victory over Mundy but it won’t be easy. Mundy has faced some of the best fighters in the region, including IBF #1 one contender “King” Gabriel Rosado (21-5, 13Ko’s), Ossie Duran (26-10, 10Ko’s) and former two time world amateur champion and Russian Olympian, Matt Korobov (17-0, 10Ko’s). Mundy also owns a victory over George “War time” Rivera and knows a victory is essential if he is to continue on his quest for a world title belt.
In the eight round junior middleweight co-feature of the evening, Shamone “The Truth” Alvarez (21-5, 12KO’s battles it out with fellow Atlantic City native Decarlo “3mendo” Perez (7-2-1,2KO’s). Alvarez is coming off of three straight losses, but has since refocused and now looks to show that he is back to the invincible fighter that he was early in his career. Perez looks to capitalize on a recent victory over Lenwood Dozier as he steps up to face the former WBC NABO welterweight title holder.
The Polish Pride continues as to other Polish superstars are feature on the undercard. Four time Polish amateur champion Michal Chudecki of Pozman, Poland makes his professional debut in a four rounder against undefeated Bridgeton, New Jersey super featherweight Moses Molina (1-0, 1Ko). Wroclaw Poland’s Patryk Szymanski (1-0,1Ko), a former Polish champion also, looks to make it a perfect 2-0 when he faces debuting Atlantic City welterweight, Adrian Wilson in a four round contest.
Heavy handed Columbian Emanuel Colon (2-0, 2Ko’s) bow fighting out of Puerto Rico, looks to keep his knockout streak intact when he swaps punches with rugged Philadelphian, Hasan Young (1-0-1) in a four round junior welterweight contest.
Cherry Hill, New Jersey’s Anthony Prescott (1-0, 1KO) is set to battle it out over four rounds with debuting Philly welterweight Terell James.
Rounding out the card is an all Philly four round junior welterweight tussle as David Gonzalez squares off against debuting Charles Mack.
Tickets for this exciting night of boxing are priced at $100, $75 and $50 and can be purchased at Ticketmaster, Global Boxing Gym at (201) 348-3149 and by contacting Resort Hotel and Casino.
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