Wach-Fields on Saturday
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (March 21, 2012)—This Saturday afternoon, two of the biggest Heavyweights in the world will meet up when undefeated 6’7” Mariusz Wach will take on 6’9” Tye “Big Sky” Fields in an important Heavyweight showdown as they will compete for the WBC International heavyweight title as the bout can be seen LIVE from Resorts in Atlantic City all over the world (with the exception of Poland) on the world’s number-one website for Live Streaming Combat Sports, www.gfl.tv
Article posted on 22.03.2012
The action begins at 3pm eastern for a suggested retail price is $29.99 and can be accessed by clicking: http://www.gfl.tv/Events/Fight/Boxing/WBC_Intl_HW_Championship__Fields_vs_Wach/1437
Wach of Krakow, Poland and now living in North Bergen, NJ has a record of 26-0 with fourteen and is ranked number eight by the WBC.
Wach won twenty of his first twenty-two bouts in Europe (he won two bouts in the United States) before settling in the States and has won four straight over Galen Brown, Jonathan Haggler, Mike Tyson conqueror Kevin McBride and Jason Gavern . Wach knows that a win over Fields inches him closer to a shot at the World Heavyweight title.
Fields has an impressive mark of 49-4 with forty-four knockouts raced out to a 36-1 mark which included solid wins over the likes of Andy Sample, Sherman Williams, Julius Long and Maurice Harris before being stopped by former world title challenger Monte Barrett. Fields won four straight before dropping two in a row to former world title challenger Michael Grant and undefeated Cuban Mike Perez. Fields is on a four fight winning streak which includes his latest win which was a sixth round stoppage over fringe contender Raphael Butler on October 7th.
A solid undercard has been together which will be featured by an eight round WBO Youth Super Featherweight championship bout between a pair of twenty-one year olds in undefeated Kamil Laszczyk of Poland and Tevin Farmer of Philadelphia.
Like Wach, Laszczyk (7-0, 5 KO’s) has settled in North Bergen, New Jersey and has upped his competition with each bout and now will take on a tough opponent in Farmer.
Farmer has a record of 4-2-1 but is unbeaten in three straight by going 2-0-1 which included a six round majority decision over the Tim Witherspoon Jr.
Undefeated twenty-two year old Polish Heavyweight Artur Szpilka (9-0, 7 KO’s) takes on Terrance Marbra (6-1-1, 5 KO’sO of St. Petersburg, Florida.
Former Dominican Olympian Jerson Ravelo (20-5, 12 KO’s) takes on New England favorite Joey Spina (26-1-2, 18 KO’s) in a cross roads Super Middleweight bout.
Also on the card will be undefeated Stivins Bujac (6-0, 4 KO’s) taking on Joshua Harris (8-5-1, 6 KO’s).
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