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Fury-Pajkic match-up LIVE; Peter Quillin, the #1 middleweight in the U.S

HOBOKEN, New Jersey (November 11, 2011) -- FIGHT NOW TV TM - America's only 24-hour combat sports and entertainment channel - announces it will air tomorrow's (Saturday, Nov. 12) heavyweight title fight between British and Commonwealth champion Tyson Fury and the Canadian title holder Neven Pajkic, starting at 4:45 PM/ET, live from Manchester UK.

"Once again Hennessy Sports delivers a great international card with some great heavyweight action and we have it for FIGHT NOW TV fans," said Mike Garrow GM and co-founder of FIGHT NOW TV.

"We are proud to be working with FIGHT NOW TV to show U.S. boxing fans the type of exciting events they can come to expect from Hennessy Sports," commented Adam Harris of Hennessy Sports. "This is Tyson's second live fight on the channel and he's looking to deliver another star-making performance for the America audience."

Also on Saturday afternoon's FIGHT NOW TV broadcast from Manchester is the highly-touted middleweight Chris Eubank, Jr., son of former world champion Chris Eubank, Sr., who will be making his professional debut.

FIGHT NOW TV is available on Cablevision channel 464 as part of the iO Sports & Entertainment Pak!

About FIGHT NOW TV: With offices in New Jersey, Las Vegas and Toronto, FIGHT NOW TV is a cross-platform media company that creates and distributes content through its television, video on demand, and online outlets.

Founded by Channel Zero, Inc and media entrepreneur Mike Garrow and launched earlier this year, FIGHT NOW TV is the first 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week combat sports channel, bringing the best battles, fiercest fights and stunning knockouts to America. FIGHT NOW TV caters to fight fans of every genre, giving them a front row seat to compelling coverage of MMA, boxing, wrestling/grappling, Muay Thai, kickboxing and other combat sports. FIGHT NOW is the place for the best analysis, live and current events, documentaries and news coverage of the biggest PPV events and match-ups from around the globe.

FIGHT NOW TV has also enlisted one of the fight game's biggest names to join its camp, former UFC champion and MMA legend Randy Couture, who serves as both spokesperson and analyst for the channel.

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Peter 'Kid Chocolate' Quillin America's Top Middleweight

LOS ANGELES (November 10, 2011 - Off his impressive performance last weekend in Cancun, dismantling Scottish southpaw Craig McEwan (19-2, 10 KOs) live on HBO en route to a sixth-round stoppage, unbeaten defeated middleweight contender Peter "Kid Chocolate" Quillin (26-0, 20 KOs) has arguably established himself as the No. 1 American middleweight.

"I agree," the 28-year-old Quillin said about being the top 160-pounder in the US. "I think I proved that against McEwan. I'll fight any of the top middleweights from this country. I'm also one of the best middleweights in the world. I may not be ready to fight Sergio Martinez right now but, after one or two more fights against top 10 opponents, I'll be ready to fight him for the world title. I want a world title fight in the United States, Las Vegas or New York City, and all the other world champions only seem to want to fight in their own backyards (WBA's Russian Dimitry Pirog, WBC's Mexican Julio Cedar Chavez Jr., IBF's Aussie Daniel Geale and WBA's German Felix Sturm.) I will keep working hard to get better."

The bi-coastal Quillin, who lives in Los Angeles and New York City, embraced his first opportunity fighting on HBO, displaying a much improved left hook to go with his vaunted athleticism and powerful right hand.

"McEwan showed some technical flaws in his game against Andy Lee," Quillin noted, "I worked on my left; check-hook off my jab, and rocked him. I'm always accurate but wish that I'd thrown more punches, like I usually do. I would have liked to have gone to his body more with my right, but I knew from the first round on my hook would work every time."

Quillin, presently rated No. 7 by the World Boxing Association, felt somewhat robbed of a sensational knockout when referee Manolo Alcocer controversially halted the action. "It's boxing and there's always a chance," Petey remarked, "but I understand why the referee stopped the fight at that point. I saw some shots open up and wanted a knockout, but the ref was just doing his job, caring for McEwan's safety. Hey, that's why I'm a fighter, and he's a referee. I never want my opponent to be seriously hurt."

So, Qullin will take off a few days and then go back to the gym, waiting to hear about his next fight. "I'm my own worst critic," Quillin concluded. "I watch my fights like I'm another fighter watching me in order to see where I need to improve. I hope to be back in action early next year, but I'll leave that up to Golden Boy Promotions, my manager John Seip, and trainers Freddie Roach and Eric Brown. We're a team."

For more information about Peter "Kid Chocolate" Quillin go online to www.TheKidChocolate.com or follow him on Twitter @/Kid Chocolate.

COMMONWEALTH HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TYSON FURY vs NEVEN PAJKIC, EVENTCITY, NOV 12

ITV GRANADA REPORTS

FURY ON COURSE

By Andrew Lindsay, ITV Granada

COMMONWEALTH HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP

TYSON FURY vs NEVEN PAJKIC, EVENTCITY, NOV 12

ITV Granada - Manchester's Tyson Fury continues to cause shockwaves in the heavyweight division and many believe he's on course for a shot at one of the Klitschko brothers.

This week he's back in his home city to defend his British and Commonwealth titles against Neven Pajkic.

Click on the picture below to watch Wednesday 9th November's ITV Granada interview with Tyson Fury.

Fury vs. Pajkic, proudly presented by Hennessy Sports, will be broadcast live on

Channel 5.

Tickets, starting at 30, are on sale and may be purchased via Hennessy Sports Box Office 01925 755 222, Ticketline.co.uk 0844 888 4402, Ticketmaster.co.uk 0844 847 2500 and online at www.HennessySports.com.

Doors open at 5 PM with the first bout scheduled to start at 5.30 PM.

The Nov. 12 telecast will also be available in Canada to all Super Channel network subscribers.

Go on line at www.HennessySports.com for more information about Fury, his fight vs. Pajkic, or any Hennessy Sports boxers and events.

Article posted on 11.11.2011



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