J&G Boxing Promotions presents The Fights at Fair Park II
J&G Boxing Promotions is pleased to announce their second offering of exciting professional boxing to the DFW metroplex, The Fights at Fair Park II, at Fair Park, home of the great State Fair of Texas.
Tony Mack the newly crowned Texas Super Middleweight Champion is again headlining. Tony won his title in March at the initial J&G Boxing Promotions show. Tony is now 7-0 with 3KO’s and this being only the second time he has had the opportunity to fight in front of his home crowd is eager to impress. One of the best trainers in Texas, Derrick James is Tony’s trainer. Derrick also trains Jerry Belmontes of Corpus Christi and the fast rising, hard hitting, 2012 London Olympian Errol “EJ” Spence. In addition, Derrick is the “J” of J&G Boxing Promotions.
DFW area boxers scheduled for the August 10 show include; lightweight De Anthony Bonner (3-1 1KO), super lightweight James Burns (1-2 1KO), super welterweight Juan Carlos De Leon (1-2), middleweight Chris Jones (1-4 1KO), Ryan Mar (debut) middleweight Corey Richards (1-0-1), and welterweight Jonathon Steele a TCU student is making his pro debut. Also making his professional debut on The Fights at Fair Park II is Kenny Grammer from Wichita Falls, Texas who has been making waves sparring one of the area’s top professionals.
Tickets start at only $10 for General Admission, Floor Seats are just $25 & $50, Ringside tickets are $100; all floor seating is reserved. Purchase tickets online at:
Who: J&G Boxing Promotions
Anthony Goins Derrick James
What: The Fights at Fair Park II
When: Saturday, August 10
Time: 7:00 – 10:00 PM (Doors open at 6:00 PM)
Where: Fair Park Coliseum,
1438 Coliseum Drive,
Dallas, TX 75201
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