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Kevin "Kingpin" Johnson vs. Terry Smith On ESPN2 FNF April 18

Bronx, NY - Apr 10, 2008 - UNDEFEATED Kevin "KINGPIN" Johnson (18-0-1 6 KO's) proves once again he is ready at the drop of a dime as the WBA 9th ranked heavyweight in the world takes on the tough Terry Smith (30-4- 1 18 KO's) in the main event at the Buffalo Run Casino, Miami, OK, April 18, 2008. The ten round bout will be televised by ESPN2..

Johnson has steadily climbed up the Heavyweight ladder with dominating performances over the likes of Damian Wills, Daniel Bispo, Robert Hawkins, and most recently on December 5, 2007, Jermell Barnes. Johnson has displayed extraordinary hand speed that is rarely seen today in the Heavyweight division.

He is fearless inside the squared circle and enjoys interacting with the crowd during many of his fights, which has made him a popular attraction.

"Kevin is the future of the Heavyweight division", stated Star Boxing chief Joe DeGuardia. "He brings that something special with him every time he steps through the ropes". "He is clearly the top American Heavyweight contender".

Johnson faces what could be his sternest test when he takes on the rugged Terry Smith who holds wins over Kelvin Davis, Julius Long, and Demetrice King. Smith also fought a valiant battle with Jameel McCline, falling short in a bout for the NABO Heavyweight title.

Star Boxing is pleased that fans will be able to watch the most talented heavyweight in the USA on April 18th,, in a fight that will be promoted in association with "Holden Productions".

Article posted on 10.04.2008



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