James Moore Added To Star Boxing Card On Oct 18
Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing announced today the addition of undefeated fighting Irishman James "Jim" Moore (12-0, 9KO's) to the already sensational action packed "Boxing At The Ballroom" card, Thursday October 18th. Moore is returning for the third time to the Manhattan Center where he made his professional debut back in 2005, to face Chad "Taz" Greenleaf (10-7-1, 4KO's) in a scheduled six round bout..
Article posted on 04.10.2007
Moore's last outing was July 12th on the popular boxing series presented by Star Boxing "Punchin At The Paradise" from The Utopia Paradise Theater in the Bronx. Moore pummeled his opponent Chris Overbey into submission, knocking him down twice in the third round. Overbey's corner had seen enough and threw in the towel after he stayed down for the 10 count, giving Moore his ninth KO.
Moore joins fellow stable mates Vinny Maddalone, and Ali Oubaali on what promises to be an unbelievable night of incredible top tier talent from start to finish.
"We are excited to have James Moore on the card. He is a real tiger in the ring and a gentleman outside of it. This show is shaping up to be a great 'melting pot' night. Italian Stallion Vinny Maddalone, Fighting Irishman James Moore, French Moroccan Ali Ouabali and all our other ethnic and American fighters. We are unilaterally extending United Nations week in New York," said Joe DeGuardia.
Tickets are fan friendly priced at $100 Ringside, $50 and $30 General Admission and are available at www.ticketmaster.com or by calling (212) 307- 7171 and at all other Ticketmaster outlets. Additionally, tickets can be purchased directly from Star Boxing call (718) 823-2000 or visit www.starboxing.com
Doors open at 6:00PM First bout 7:00PM
Full Undercard to be announced at a later date.
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