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Marvis Frazier Trains Steve Kwasnik for his Debut Fight with Danny Bonaduce

Televison presenter and film actor, Steve "Little Big Man" Kwasnik has recruited big name trainers in Marvis Frazier and Val Colbert to prepare him for his debut 'celebrity' fight against Danny Bonaduce of The Partridge Family fame and star of Breaking Bonaduce & VH-1's My Kid's a Child Star..

With less than twenty days to learn the pugalistic arts, Steve decided that if he was going to stand any chance against the experienced (8-0) Bonaduce he needed a first class gym and top trainers with a proven record. He found both when he walked into Smokin' Joe Frazier's Gym in Philadelphia.

Steve has also recruited a top knotch sparring partner in former Smokin' Joe Frazier fighter and star of cult film 'Knuckle Sandwich', Billy Kreg.

Marvis Frazier has been getting down to the nitty gritty and put Steve through a gruelling three hour training session with more to come every day leading up to the charity fight on the 15th March 2008 at The Marple Sports Arena in Broomall, Pennsylvania.

After the first training session a very pleased Marvis Frazier said "He's a quick learner, has good fitness and stamina, but more than anything he listens - I look forward to our next session as I can already step things up"

Sounds like Danny Bonaduce will not have things all his way when he meets 'The Little Big Man'

All of Steve's proceeds for the event will go to: Gift of Life Donor Program, The Region's Organ & Tissue Transplant Network

When: Saturday - March 15th, 2008
Doors open at 7PM
Where: Marple Sports Arena
611 Park Way, Broomall, PA 19008
Call Steve Kwasnik for Tickets at (856) 816-8565
VIP Admission $40 each
General Admission $25 each

Article posted on 28.02.2008



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