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“Brooklyn Brawl” to be televised on The Fight Network On Sunday, October 13th
BROOKLYN, NY (October 7, 2013) — The Full August 22nd Brooklyn Brawl boxing show will be broadcast on October 13 at 11pm on The Fight Network.
The show took place at the Fight Factory Gym and was promoted by Dmitry Salita’s Star of David Promotions.
“”I am very grateful that the NYC fighters will get a chance to get international exposure on a network dedicated promoting the sport of boxing.” said Salita
“The goal of this series is to promote boxing and the great talent of New York.”
The latest addition of Brooklyn Brawl featured competitive fights, sensational knockouts and great fan support from the boxing capital of the world, New York City.”
In the main event, Jose Torres stopped Miron Kadyrov in a Cruiserweight bout.
In the fight that stole the show, Peter Reyes had to get off the canvas and came back to score a “highlight reel” 2nd round knockout over Juan Zapata in a Super Middleweight bout.
With the stoppage, Reyes in now 3-0 with 2 knockouts.
The show also a 2nd stoppage win by Treysean Wiggins (4-1, 4 KO’s) over Marcus Hall in a Welterweight bout.
Highly regarded amateur Marco Suarez made a successful pro debut with a four round unanimous decision over 15 fight veteran Jermell Tyson in a Welterweight fight.
Other winners included undefeated Mikkel Lespierre (4-0-1) and Anthony Barnes (2-0) as well as pro debuting Jovan Sosa.
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