KEA Boxing: "Wildwood Wars" In NJ

October 24, 2007- Wildwood, New Jersey , KEA Boxing is turning up the heat as they head into their 10th show on Saturday November 10th. After a very successful "Brawls at the Birchwood III" featuring light heavyweight prospect, Chucky "The Professor" Mussachio, 10-0, 5 KO's, KEA is taking the show into Mussachio's backyard..

In the co-feature of the evening the undefeated and rugged, "Polish Raging Bull" , Pawel Wolak, 17-0, 12 KO's will be stepping up his level of competition as he takes on Contender, Jonathon Reid, 34-7, 19 KO's. Wolak is coming off of an impressive performance in September on Long Island when he stopped Dan Wallace, 9-2 in round number 4. Wolak imposes his will on his opponents every time he fights and the result is always another "Wolak War". Reid is a cagy veteran who will force Wolak to step up his game to the next level.

The plan is to give Mussachio's hometown fans a taste of what they may have missed in June at the Birchwood in North New Jersey when Mussachio won a hard fought decision over Joe Frazier's fighter Chandler Durham in a very exciting fight. "The Pride of Wildwood" is local schoolteacher who's had over 100 amateur fights and is excited about returning to his home town to fight for his loyal fans.

Atlantic City product, Patrick Majewski, 5-0, 3 KO's , will also be featured against knockout artist Nick Collins, 4-3, 4 KO's. Collins has upset on his mind as he will enter the ring with all four of his wins coming by knockout. Majewski is ready to impress his home crowd with a step up in his level of competition.

Antonio "Tony the Tiger" Espinosa , 9-0, 1 KO will be looking to add his fifth win since signing a promotional deal with KEA Boxing. The slick boxing southpaw is a hot prospect in the lightweight division, and is looking forward to staying busy fighting under the KEA banner.

New York based light heavyweight, Dennys Lozada , 5-1, 2 KO's is taking on Michael Gutrick, 3-7, 2 KO's. Atlantic City based fighters, light welterweight Linwood Hurd, 1-0-2 and light heavyweight Alfred Kinsey, 6-2-1 , 3 KO's will also appear in separate bouts.

Tickets are available is several denominations, $75 for ringside, preferred seating is $50 and general admission $35. Tickets are available online at, show time is 7 PM.

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Article posted on 24.10.2007

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