DeVictoria and Culmer added to “Can Lightning Strike Twice?”
Philadelphia (January 21, 2007)—On Friday night, February 9th at The Legendary Blue Horizon, boxing fans will see one of the biggest shows in recent memory in the Philadelphia. Already announced were two highly anticipated rematches that will headline the card when Light Heavyweight’s, Max Alexander of Camden, New Jersey takes on Marty Lindquist and Heavyweights Joey Abell and Arron Lyons battle in a scheduled six round Heavyweight bout..
Article posted on 22.01.2007
The undercard for this fantastic evening of fisticuffs is shaping up as two more Philadelphia pugilists now have opponents in what will be more then just appetizers for the aforementioned main events.
Jr. Lightweight, Lenny DeVictoria of Philadelphia takes on sixty-four fight veteran Ricardo Medina in a scheduled six round bout.
DeVictoria is coming off a spirited unanimous decision loss to Steve Chambers last December 1st at The Legendary Blue Horizon. It was a rematch of a controversial fight that DeVictoria had with Chambers from 2004.
DeVictoria has a record of just 8-7 with two knockouts, but the record is very deceiving due to the fact he has lost to opponents who had a combined record of 77-5-3 when DeVictoria got in the ring with them
In Medina, he will be battling a cagey veteran who is more then capable at springing an upset despite having a record of 29-31-4 with seventeen knockouts.
Gee Culmer of Philadelphia is trying to continue in Philadelphia’s long line of great middleweights. Culmer has complied a record of 9-1 with three knockouts and is coming off a four round unanimous decision over Corey Budd last September 15th at The Legendary Blue Horizon. This will be Culmer’s fifth consecutive appearance at The Legendary Blue Horizon.
Culmer will be battling Daniel Hicks of Lansing, Michigan. Hicks is 2-0 with two first round knockouts with his last being December 2nd when he stopped Blake Edelin in one round in Hicks’ hometown of Lansing .
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