Dat Nguyen To Be Co-Promoted By DBE And Featured At Broadway Boxing

NEW YORK (July 15, 2008) – DiBella Entertainment presents “Hot Fights…Summer in the City”, a special edition of their hit series “Broadway Boxing” Wednesday night August 6 live at B.B. King Blues Club (237 West 42nd Street) in the heart of Times Square..

One of the highlights of the card will certainly be Vietnamese-born featherweight Dat “Dat Be Dat” Nguyen (12-1, 6 KO’s) who has dazzled fans at shows throughout his 4-year career. “I am very excited to be co-promoting Dat with Richie Cappiello,” said DiBella Entertainment head Lou DiBella. “He brings a ton of charisma coupled with great skill into the ring and I am happy to showcase his talents. We hope the Vietnamese community of New York can come out and support Dat at B.B. King’s on August 6.”

“I am happy to be fighting on DiBella Entertainment’s Broadway Boxing in the heart of New York City,” said Nguyen. “To become a star in the fight game, you need to show everyone how great you are and I am prepared to show everyone in New York what Dat Nguyen is all about. I hope the Vietnamese community can come out and support me!”

Nguyen last fought on April 12 where he won an eight-round majority decision over Robert Daluz at The Roxy in Boston. Nguyen is trained by known teacher and former legendary fighter James “Buddy” McGirt in Vero Beach, Florida where Nguyen now lives.

Tickets for Broadway Boxing are priced at $160 (VIP seats and VIP tables), $100 (ringside seats and ringside tables), and $60 (standing room only). Due to the intimate size of the venue, only 550 seats are available. To purchase tickets, please call DiBella Entertainment offices at (212) 947-2577. Call quickly because over 200 tickets have already been sold!

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Article posted on 16.07.2008

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