Zab Judah Returns On Nov 17
Prize Fight Boxing announced today the Gus Lightbourne Sports Complex on the magnificent Caribbean Island of Turks & Caicos will be the host venue for a night of star-studded boxing. Saturday, November 17, kicks off the first installment of the multi fight deal Prize Fight recently inked. In the main event, Three-Time World Champion Zab “Super” Judah (35-5, 25KO's) will be featured against Ryan Davis (20-6, 8KO's) in what's expected to be a twelve round slugfest. for the vacant IBC Jr. Middleweight World Championship Title ..
Article posted on 24.10.2007
The co-main event will include the very popular super duo, the Peterson brothers Anthony and Lamont both ranked #1 and #5 in the world. In a scheduled eight-round lightweight bout, Anthony Peterson (24-0, 17KO's) will face Columbia's, Oscar Leon (27-6, 18KO's). Also, in an 8-round Jr. Welterweight Bout, Lamont Peterson (22-0, 10KO's) will square off against Ramon Duran (11-2, 7 KO's) from the Dominican Republic.
Undefeated ranked # 9 in the world and current NABO Flyweight Champion (18-0, 9KO's) Rayonta Whitfield will go head to head in a twelve round battle defending his NABO Title against Domingo Gullien (36-8, 33KO's) from the Dominican Republic.
Rounding out the card will be a scheduled eight-round light heavyweight fight with #11 world ranked Deandrey Abron (14-1, 10KO's) versus Alexander Santana (6-0, 3 KO's) from the Dominican Republic.
“We are very happy to bring live boxing to the Island for the first time. Prize Fight is elated to be bringing some of the biggest names in boxing to Turks and Caicos. Also, we would like to thank the Premier Michael Misick and his wife Lisa Raye-Misick for being instrumental in solidifying this partnership,” said Russ Young.
The event will be telecast tape delayed on Comcast in the United States.
Ticket information will be released early next week.
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