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KEA Boxing at The Citadel on April 11th

New Jersey, April 10, 2007 - KEA Boxing Promotions is coming to South Carolina ! After establishing a reputation for displaying world-class talent at top-notch venues in New Jersey for the last several years, KEA has decided to take the show on the road. The April 11 show will feature an exciting night of world-class professional boxing at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina . KEA plans on raising the bar this year by promoting shows all over the country..

KEA's commitment to deliver competitive fights to boxing fans for very reasonable prices will continue. When fans attend a KEA Boxing show, they will always experience value for their hard-earned dollar. Guests enjoy an impressive atmosphere and an action packed night of entertainment that the whole family can enjoy.

Former USBA Featherweight Champion and # 8 ranked IBF contender Rogers "The Tiger" Mtagwa, 22-11-2, 16 KO's will be continuing his run at a world title. In his last bout, Mtagwa lost his USBA title by a razor close split decision, in a flat-out war. His opponent from that fight may never box again.

Mtagwa took three months off from sparring, but he is back with a vengeance and has been training hard in Philadelphia. He is looking to show the boxing world that he deserves a title shot! His opponent Terrence Roy, of Covington, TN has been in with all the tough guys, and he will need to draw on that experience to hang with "The Tiger" Mtagwa.

Light-heavyweight prospect Dyah Ali Davis, 9-0, 5 KO's looks to inject some serious spark into a wide-open division. Davis, who comes from great boxing lineage, hails from Coconut Creek, FL. The son of 1976 Olympic gold medalist Howard Davis Jr., Davis has his work cut out for him as he faces undefeated Tyrone Watson, 5-0, 2 KO's. Watson sports an impressive split-decision victory over all-time boxing great Aaron Pryor's son Stephan Pryor, in Pryor's backyard of Youngstown, OH.

Undefeated Long Island , NY welterweight Tommy "The Razor" Rainone , 6-0, 1 KO, looks to keep his perfect record intact against Durham , NC's Ronny Glover. Rainone defeated Glover earlier this year, but Glover demanded a rematch on his home turf claiming an illness impacted his performance in their first bout. Rainone, a throwback fighter who likes to stay busy gladly accepted the challenge.

Exciting 6'7" heavyweight prospect Kevin "Big Man" Barnett, 5-1-1, 3 KO's of Augusta, GA will take on hard punching Derrick Martin in what promises to be an action-packed four round rumble.

Another undefeated fighter on the card is middleweight Omar Bell, 2-0 1 KO. Bell is the younger brother of top Cruiserweight O'Neil Bell. He looks to step out of his big brother's shadow and continue the Bell's tradition of excellence.

Rounding out the card will be cruiserweight Michael Ward who will be making his pro debut against Ronnie Glass, 1-0-1 and junior-middleweight, Anthony Young, 3-2, will take on Sean Chavis .

As an added bonus, former light heavyweight, cruiserweight and super cruiserweight champion, Bobby "Chappy" Czyz will be the ring announcer for the evening. Further information is available on www.KEA-Boxing.com and www.BrickCityBoxing.com . In between the rounds the fights will feature the beautiful girls of www.Roundcardmodels.com Tickets can be purchased on www.etix.com (search events "boxing") or by calling 843-847-1986 or 973-222-2273.

Tickets and Sponsorship Opportunities: South Carolina- Kris Kut 843-847-1986 kutk@citadel.edu , Alex Kut 973-222-2273 kuta1@citadel.edu ,
New Jersey- Andre Kut 973 903-2907 keaboxman@aol.com, Danny Serratelli 973-931-8812 thefightlawyer@gmail.com

Article posted on 10.04.2007



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