Clay steps in for Medina to face Yorgey in rematch on October 12th
The only man to put a blemish on the ledger of undefeated Harry Joe Yorgey, Martinus Clay will now face Yorgey in an anticipated rematch on Friday October 12th at The Legendary Blue Horizon in Philadelphia in the main event of a big night of boxing promoted by Vernoca L. Michael and Blue Horizon Boxing Promotions..
Article posted on 08.10.2007
Yorgey’s original opponent, Jose Medina had to pull out due to a cut he suffered in training.
Clay, 12-17-2 with four knockouts, from Wilson, North Carolina may have the most deceiving record in boxing as he has faced nothing but undefeated fighters and top prospects. In fact, Yorgey will be the seventh straight undefeated fighter that Clay has stepped in the ring with.
Clay is known throughout boxing circles as the ultimate spoiler. Just ask then 34-1 Matt Vanda. Ask then 10-0 Matthew Strode.
Yorgey has a first hand knowledge why Clay’s record is nothing more then some numbers written on a piece of paper.
Clay and Yorgey hooked up on November 9th, 2006 at The Philadelphia Spectrum and put on a show for the fans in attendance. Ringside media members were equally split in their opinions on who actually won the spirited fight.
Besides Yorgey-Clay there will be a host of great action featuring woman’s sensation, Olivia “The Great” Fomseca, star of The Contender-season 2-Aaron Torres, undefeated prospects Henry Lundy, Tommy Rainone, Jules Blackwell, Bryheim Douglas and the debut of Louis Castro
Ticket prices for this great night of boxing are $125 for Presidential seats, $60 for VIP, $47 for Ringside, and $40 for General Admission and can be purchased by calling The Legendary Blue Horizon at 1-215-763-0500 or by logging on to www.legendarybluehorizon.com. Doors open at 6:30 PM / 1st bout begins at 7:30 PM
There is now queen seating available for $200
The Legendary Blue Horizon is located at 1314 North Broad Street in Philadelphia, PA
For more information, log on to www.legendarybluehorizon.com
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