Suggest a Boxing Nickname for Donyil Livingston Contest!
by Geoffrey Ciani - Have you ever thought of a really cool boxing nickname? Want to brag to your friends about choosing the moniker of a boxing superstar? If so, you are in luck. Here is your chance! Donyil Livingston is preparing to make his professional debut in the very near future and he wants you, the fans that follow the sport, to help choose his new boxing nickname.
Article posted on 29.10.2009
Donyil Livingston is a talented young pugilist with a celebrated amateur background totaling more than 15 years in the ring. The 25 year old is a three time National Silver Gloves Champion.. He was also a National Junior Golden Gloves Champion for six consecutive years; won the National and International Blue & Gold Glove champion over eight straight years; was the National and International Junior Olympic Champion; and the winner of many other awards and accolades.
When Donyil makes his professional debut in the very near future, he is going to be announced as:
Donyil “______” Livingston
Your job as a fan is to help Donyil fill in the blank.
If you have a suggestion for a boxing nickname for Donyil Livingston, please send it to the following e-mail address with the subject “NICKNAME FOR DONYIL”
Please include your full name and your suggested nickname(s) in the e-mail. There is a maximum of FIVE SUGGESTIONS PER ENTRY!
If Donyil ultimately chooses the nickname you suggested, you will win a free 8x10 autographed picture of the exciting young prospect.
The winner of the contest and the winning nickname will be announced by Donyil himself on the November 30 edition of the On the Ropes boxing radio program.
Be sure to make your suggestions!
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