Jan 27: $50 Tickets Not Available For Hill-Brudov
16.01.06 - Tickets in the $50 price category no longer are available for the world championship boxing card “Collision Course, A Night Of Champions,” Jan. 27 at the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City. Former two-time world champion Virgil Hill and undefeated, No. 1 contender Valery Brudov of Russia meet for the vacant World Boxing Association cruiserweight championship.. International Boxing Federation mini-flyweight champ Muhammad Rachman of Indonesia defends against No. 1 challenger Omar Soto of Mexico City on the card promoted by Star Boxing and brought to you by Guilty Boxing, Silverhawk Boxing and Xyience.
Article posted on 16.01.2006
Three other 12-round title bouts join the two world championship fights.
Former world champion Stevie Johnston of Vero Beach, Fla., meets Steve Quionez of Palm Springs, Calif., for the vacant International Boxing Organization lightweight championship; unbeaten and world-ranked Mike Arnaoutis of Vineland, N.J., defends his North American Boxing Organization junior welterweight title against undefeated Marc Thompson of Topeka, Kan.; and world-rated Prince Badi Ajamu of Camden., N.J., defends his World Boxing Council Continental Americas and WBC Caribbean Boxing Federation light heavyweight crowns against Galen Brown of St. Joseph, Mo.
Also on the seven-bout “Collision Course” card will be world-ranked Nate Campbell of Jacksonville, Fla., against Francisco Javier Olvera of Mexico City in a 10-round lightweight fight.
Tickets priced at $35, $75, $100, $150 and $200 remain on sale at the Havana Tower box office daily from 9 a.m. (Eastern) to 8:30 p.m. and at the North Tower box office Sunday and Monday from 3 to 8 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday from 1 to 8 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday from 3 to 8 p.m.
Tickets for “Collision Course” also may be purchased by calling the Tropicana box office at 800-526-2935 or 609-340-4020 or Ticketmaster at 800-736-1420.
The “Collision Course” card starts at 7 p.m. with doors to the Tropicana Showroom opening at 6:30.
This will be the first major world championship card presented in part by Guilty Boxing, which has put on weekly cards in Las Vegas, California and Mexico as well as in the eastern United States since 2004.
The pay-per-view telecast will include the Hill-Brudov and Rachman-Soto world championship fights,
Arnaoutis-Thompson and Campbell-Olvera.
The “Collision Course” card is televised on a pay-per-view basis in the United States, Canada and New Zealand at a suggested retail price of $24.95. The card will be shown on four other continents over broadcast television.
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