"Ring of Fire 3" - November 21, 2007 Miami Sheraton Mart
Three 8-round battles will ignite Bad Dog Productions' Ring of Fire 3 on Thanksgiving Eve, Wednesday, November 21, 2007. Fists will be flying faster than turkeys from pilgrims when BDPs latest signing, Jose "El Temible" Varela, the 6'2" 154 pounder fighting out of Puerto Rico (21-2, 14 ko's) takes on Las Vegas-based veteran James Crayton in the main event. A native of Nicaragua, Varela uses his incredible height, reach, and power to blast out his adversaries.. He is trained by Evangelista Cotto, manager and trainer of world champ Miguel Cotto. Crayton, a regular sparring partner of Floyd Mayweather, comes into the fight in top condition and looking for an upset.
Article posted on 15.11.2007
Popular Dominican Republic-born, Hollywood,Fl. resident Edward Paredes continues his climb toward a world tile shot as he faces the experienced Daniel Craycraft in the 8-round co-feature.
Rounding out the trio of 8 round features is former 2-time world title holder Byron Mitchell, returning to the ring after a 4-year absence. Now campaigning at light heavyweight, he will begin his march to another world title on Ring of Fire 3 facing West Palm Beach's Richard "the Destroyer" Hall,originally from Jamaica.
Local favorites Conchtown Timmy "the fighting firefighter "Leonard of Key West takes on Orlando's Ron Summey, trained by the legendary Christie Martin; Puerto Rican hero Juan Nazario steps up in competition to face tough Adrian Perez of Orlando; Miami amateur star Antoine Smith steps in against upset artist Chris Gray; South Beach's favorite fighter Alex Brenes takes on Hollywood's Mario Galan ;rising Cuban heavyweight Henrrys Fuentes squares up against Miami's Jose Luis Roque and Colombian bantamweight Felix Flores takes on Puerto Rican Jose Laureano.
Tickets are priced at $20, $50, and $100 and are available at Ticketmaster. Come celebrate the start of your Thanksgiving Holiday at the Sheraton Miami Mart Hotel, 711 NW 72nd Ave. Doors open at 7pm, first fight will start at 8pm. For more information, call Bad Dog Productions at (305) 265-1437.
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