Glen Johnson vs Reggie Johnson
This major press conference will feature Glen “The Road Warrior” Johnson and Reggie “Sweet” Johnson to set the stage for the greatest fight to hit Louisiana since the Leon Spinks VS Muhammad Ali fight at the Super Dome in New Orleans in 1978 where 63,350 people attended and Ali regained the Heavyweight Championship for the third time. Although, the site for this fight (The Burton Coliseum in Lake Charles) is a smaller arena it does hold 8500 seats and is expected to be a sell out. No fight of this magnitude has ever entered the state of Louisiana since Spinks/Ali..
Article posted on 29.10.2007
Antonio Tarver, Roy Jones, Jr, Chad Dawson are all looking the opposite directions and have avoided the challenges of these two great warriors so the stage has been set for the two most avoided light-heavyweights to fight each other. The Johnson VS. Johnson fight has been set for Saturday November 17, 2007 at the Burton Coliseum.
Unlike most press conferences, this will be open to the public for all to meet two great warriors who have already made their mark in the international boxing community and have earned their way into the history books. All media is invited and asked to please call below for your attendance to what many boxing experts are already labeling as potentially, “THE FIGHT OF THE YEAR FOR 2007”.
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