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The Russians Are Coming To MSG On March 3rd

01.02.05 - Sal Musumeci’s “Final Forum” and Sampson Lewkowicz “Matchmaker” Proudly presents “The Russians Are Coming"....The Russians are coming to The Theatre of “Madison Square Gardens” on March 3, 2005. Sultan Ibragimov Silver medallist of Olympics 2000, undefeated as a professional with a record of 14-0-12 KO’s will defend his WBO Asia Pacific Heavyweight title Vs. Al “Ice” Cold former IBF Champion of the world, with a record of 34-13-3-16 KO’s

This will be a real test for Sultan Ibragimov to pursue his goal of becoming the first Heavyweight Champion of the world, from Russia.

Timur Ibragimov cousin of Sultan Ibragimov has a professional record of 16-0-9 KO’s will defend his WBC Fecorbox International Heavyweight title Vs. Ronald “Rockin” Bellamy with a record of 14-1-9 KO’s who is the younger brother of Basketball Hall of Fame celebrity “Walter Bellamy” who played in the same historic building Madison Square Gardens with the New York Nicks.

The 'Ibragimov Cousins' were introduced to New Yorkers on December 11, 2004 at the “Atlantic Oceana” in Brighton Beach. This show was sold out, and over 300 people were turned away.

Nafta Moskva, the largest oil company in Russia is one of the major sponsors, and trust that Sultan Ibragimov will be the next Heavyweight Champion of the world.

Sal Musumeci credits Boris Grinberg, the manager of The Ibragimov’s, for showcasing these Heavyweight prospects in New York City, in front of the largest Russian community in the country.

Six Exciting bouts will be featured on the undercard!

This show will be televised on tape delayed by MSG Network, NTV America, and Russia TV.

Gates open at 6:00 p.m. First bout will begin @ 7:00 pm.Tickets are $40, $65, $100, $150 and $250 VIP* (*includes a pre-fight cocktail party). Tickets can be purchased @ The Garden and all Ticketmaster locations (including online).

Article posted on 01.02.2005



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