Boxing Returns to The Pavilion at Coushatta, Lousiana on Feb 7
30.01.04 - Carlos “Stiff-jab” Kalinchuk: On February 7, 2004, Texas State Super Bantamweight Champion Armando Guerrero will meet former IBF Flyweight Champion Francisco “The Spider” Tejedor in the main event at “Knockouts at Coushatta II.” The undercard features an array of professional fighters, including NABA & IFBA Super Middleweight Champion Ann Wolfe; Lightweight Bobby “The Bayou Bomber” Aucoin; the undisputed Welterweight Champion of the world Sunshine Fettkether; Mia St. John “The Knockout of Female Boxing,” and more.
Article posted on 30.01.2004
First undercard at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 6:00 p.m. This event will be held in The Pavilion at Coushatta, adjacent to Grand Casino Coushatta, and is open to boxing fans of all ages. A limited number of ringside seats are available. Tickets on sale in hotel gift shop. Ticket prices: $50 ringside; $15 general admission. Boxers’ weigh-in will take place in Mikko Center on Friday, February 6, at 4:00 p.m. For additional information, phone 1-800-584-7263, ext. 7702.
Located 25 miles northeast of Lake Charles on US 165 (I-10 Exit 44) and five miles north of Kinder, Grand Casino Coushatta is Louisiana’s largest land-based gaming resort with 3,200 slot machines and 80 table games, plus a 12-table live Poker Room. It features six restaurants on the casino floor. Kids Quest, the supervised children’s activity center, is available for children 6 weeks to 12 years of age, and Grand Arcade welcomes ages 12 and up. More than 400 rooms in two hotels provide luxurious accommodations. Red Shoes Park RV resort offers 158 pads plus 50 chalets. Koasati Pines at Coushatta, the 18-hole par-72 championship golf course, provides a challenging, yet relaxing, experience for novice and experienced golfers alike. Feather Fuel, the 24-bay fuel facility and convenience store, offers all grades of fuel at competitive prices. Grand Casino Coushatta is owned and operated by the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana. Phone 1-800-58-GRAND for more information, or access the website at www.gccoushatta.com.
Carlos “Stiff-jab” Kalinchuk
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