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KO KINGS: Griffin and Spencer added on exciting bouts this Thursday
Atlanta, Georgia – Adrian Patrick, an Atlanta Attorney and Boxing Promoter, worked to get fights for his boxers, undefeated prospect, Jeffery ‘TNT’ Spencer ( 3-0, 1 KO ) and former world title challenger, Randy “The Gentleman” Griffin ( 25-3, 13 KO’s ) for their upcoming bouts, this Thursday, May 9, in a private event ( The Real Estate Council Foundation ) at The Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas.
“The Gentleman” will battle against undefeated localist, Medzhid Bektemirov (11-0, 9 KO’s ) for the WBC/USNBC Light Heavyweight title in a 10 round bout.
Bektemirov is a Russian born, Texas resident fighter, who has made 9 of his 11 fights in Texas, and a victory over experienced Griffin will put him on the map.
Griffin from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania hasn’t been knocked out, captured WBO/NABO and NABA middleweight titles, after defeating, tough opponent, Julio García by TKO in the six round, and has a controversial draw against Felix Sturm, in a world title fight held in Germany.
In a undefeated duel, Jeffery ‘TNT’ Spencer from Gary, Indiana will face Jas Phipps ( 3-0, 1 KO ) from Killeen, Texas in a 4 round super middleweight fight.
Spencer ended up with a amateur record of 115-25. During that period, he was 2010 United States National Champion at 178lbs, 2010 CISM World Military Champion, 2010 Four Nations Cup Silver medallist, 2009 Colorado/New Mexico Regional Golden Gloves Champion, 2009 National Golden Gloves Silver medalist, 5 time All ARMY Champion, among others.
“We would like to thank promoter Stephen Crosson for giving us this opportunity” stated Adrian L. Patrick, CEO of KO Kings Promotions “Jeffery Spencer, Randy Griffin, and KO KINGS are committed on making the sacrifices necessary to bring excitement back to boxing, we will energize the crowd on fight night.”
KO Kings is seriously seeking TV partnerships and looking to add more talent to its stable of fighters. If interested please call (404) 219-1789and/or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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