Molina-Frankel tonight; Weights from Woodhaven; Majewski Honored by Atlantic City

Temecula, CA (June 23, 2011) - Tomorrow evening Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, CA will host the ESPN2 "Friday Night Fights" doubleheader presented by Goossen Tutor Promotions.

In the main event, reigning World Boxing Council (WBC) USNBC Lightweight Champion John Molina, Jr. (21-1, 17 KOs), from Covina, CA, will square off with Denver, CO tough veteran Robert "Red Hot" Frankel (28-10-1, 5 KOs). The semi-main event will feature Bakersfield, CA junior welterweight Mike "The Silent Assassin" Dallas, Jr. (17-1-1, 7 KOs) battling Mauricio "El Maestro" Herrera (17-1, 7 KOs), of Riverside, CA in an evenly matched bout on paper and a toss-up in the ring. The Dallas-Herrera bout will be promoted in association with Thompson Boxing. Both bouts are scheduled for 10-rounds.

Tickets prices start at Ringside $70. VIP $50 and General $35 and are available at

at the Pechanga Box Office daily from 10am to 10pm, anytime at the on-site ticket kiosks, or by calling 1-877-2946. Doors open at 4:00 PM. First Bout is at 5:00 PM.

ESPN airs at 6:00 PM (PT).


Juan Dominguez 117 - Arturo Santiago 117
Eileen Olszewski 110 - Melissa McMorrow 111
(New York State Flyweight Title)
Martin Wright 148 - Carlos Cisneros 148
Tommy Rainone 149 Norman Allen 145
Scott Burrell 138 Bryan Abraham 138
Jonathan Cuba 134 Ariel Duran 135
(New York State Lightweight Title)
Edward Waldez 133 - George Santiago 137
Mike Broos 138 - Mateo Acosta 137

Promoters: New Legend Boxing / Old World Boxing
Venue: Cordon Bleu
1st Bell: 7:30 pm EST.

Patrick Majewski Honored by Atlantic City For NABO Middleweight Title Win!

Atlantic City (June 23, 2011) - The newly crowned NABO middleweight champion Patrick "The Machine" Majewski received a special decree from the city of Atlantic City last week for his triumphant performance against Marcus Upshaw on June 11 at the DeSoto Civic Center in Southaven, Mississippi.

Majewski, who is unbeaten at 17-0 (11 KO), is a native of Radom, Poland but relocated to America ten years ago at the age of 21 and began boxing out of the Atlantic City PAL with trainers Bill Johnson and Arnold Robbins. Majewski is promoted by Global Boxing Promotions.

The decree from the city council, which is dated June 15, 2011, reads:

"Whereas; the relentless, non-stop attack proudly allowed him to capture the title belt and go down in history as the new NABO Middleweight Champion of the World; and

"Whereas, Patrick's hard work, determination and devotion to the sport of boxing have paid off and are an inspiration to many.

Now, Therefore, be it resolved that City Council of the City of Atlantic City, hereby congratulates Przemek Patrick "The Machine" Majewski for becoming the new NABO Middleweight Champion of the World."
Majewski was overwhelmed by the honor, stating "This is a very proud moment in my life. I have worked very hard to reach this goal, and will continue to work hard to achieve higher plateaus in my career. To have the support of Atlantic City, as well as my fans back home in Poland and those who come to my fights, gives me great inspiration and motivation to reach for my goals."

For more information on Patrick Majewski, visit .

Article posted on 24.06.2011

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