Gamboa back in action on Feb 20; Hayemaker 6 Tickets On Sale

ARENA’s fast rising featherweight superstar Yuriorkis Gamboa (13-0, 11 kos) will be back in action again on February 20th at the University Center Arena in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Only six weeks after stopping Roger “Speedy” Gonzalez in round 10 at his last ESPN appearance “El Ciclon” is ready to shine again on the next “Friday Night Fights” show presented by ARENA Box-Promotion US, LLC..

“Yuri is a true fighter”, states promoter Ahmet Öner. “He loves to go out there and show his talent, power and speed. If it was up to him he would most probably fight every other week. Originally we had planned to have him fight for the world title in his next bout but I think it might be good to give him another tough test before reaching for the gold.”

Gamboa completes the excellent line-up that will also see Columbian lightweight star Breidis Prescott (20-0, 18 kos) and light middleweight contender Richar Gutierrez (24-2-1, 14 kos) as well as hot Cuban prospect Erislandy Lara (3-0, 2 kos).

Tickets for the show labelled as “The Gunslingers” are available for $85, $50, $25, $15 plus fees at the UC Arena (Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave, Ft. Lauderdale, call 954-262-5551), at all ticketmaster outlets and at (call 1-900-745-300).

HAYEMAKER 6: ‘The Mersey Beatdown’ tickets now on sale

Tickets for HAYEMAKER 6: ‘The Mersey Beatdown’ are now available to buy from the Echo Arena box office, either by calling 0844 8000 400 or visiting

Tickets for the March 28 show at the Echo Arena are available at prices of £28, £48, £75 and £125 (ringside).

In order to help beat the crippling credit crunch, Hayemaker Boxing are offering fight fans a four tickets for the price of three deal on all £75 tickets purchased from the box office in one single transaction.

HAYEMAKER 6: ‘The Mersey Beatdown’ is already shaping up to be one of the domestic fight cards of 2009.

Headlining the show is the intriguing British super-middleweight title clash between current champion Brian Magee and former champion and Liverpool hero Tony ‘The Warrior’ Dodson.

The co-main event also sees the prestigious British title on the line as exciting light-middleweights Ryan Rhodes and Anthony Small do battle to decide who truly is the best in Britain.

March 28 also marks the date when Liverpool’s Olympic hero David Price will make his eagerly awaited professional debut. Bronze medallist Price looks to kick off his heavyweight pro career in style at HAYEMAKER 6.

As well as two pivotal British title clashes and a debuting Olympian, HAYEMAKER 6 features an English title bout between Liverpool’s Tony Quigley and Paul David, plus a British title eliminator between home favourite John Watson and Martin Gethin.

Fight fans will also get to witness the super-featherweight debut of Merseysider Derry Mathews, a former featherweight titleholder.

All in all, HAYEMAKER 6: ‘The Mersey Beatdown’ is a domestic fight card not to be missed. On March 28 at the Echo Arena, Liverpool, Hayemaker Boxing will turn the 2008 Capital of Culture into the 2009 Capital of Boxing

Article posted on 30.01.2009

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