Star Boxing to be televised on HDNet

02.11.06 - On November 3, boxing fans can feel “The Heat” as the spectacular firefight between former Olympians Terrance “The Heat” Cauthen and Dante “Inferno” Craig for the USBA Junior Middleweight championship will be broadcast on the HDNet television network. A terrific match-up with world title fight implications for the winner, Olympic Bronze Medalist Cauthen (32-3, 9 KOs) and 2004 US representative Craig (17-5-1, 13 KOs) went to war at an all-star night of Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, New York..

As an added bonus, also showcased on the broadcast will be supporting bouts between the “Kosovo Kid”, cruiserweight Elvir Muriqi and Illinois’ respected veteran Ted Muller, as well as former Olympian Roberto Benitez continuing his climb to ring stardom against England’s Vineash Rungea.

And then on November 10, don’t miss another great 12-round match from the very same evening, featuring the return of TV’s “Contender” star and matinee idol Joey Gilbert (13-1, 9 KOs), as he takes on Kansas City’s rough-and-tumble Keith Sims (25-12-1, 14 KOs) for the NABO Middleweight Championship.

A corporate executive by day and a bone-crunching brawler by night, Gilbert’s style makes for guaranteed excitement every time out and his war with Sims is no exception.

The supporting bout broadcast that night will be a heavyweight showdown between future champion Kevin Johnson and Detroit’s always-tough Demetrice King.

Boxing fans, if you love world-class boxing and non-stop boxing action, don’t miss either thrilling night! Both the November 3 and 10 broadcasts will begin at 9:30 EST.

About Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing: Star Boxing, in operation since 1992, is a world-class promotional organization having staged events throughout the world and for every major television network. Star Boxing President Joe DeGuardia is an accomplished attorney and a past Bronx Assistant District Attorney. In addition to Gilbert and Cauthen, the Star Boxing stable includes former world light heavyweight champion Antonio Tarver and upcoming world title challenger Mike Arnaoutis. For more information on Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing, visit

About HDNet: HDNet ( provides viewers with the best in original comedy, drama, news, sports and music programming.

HDNet is your exclusive, high-definition home for popular, critically acclaimed original programming including television’s only HD news feature programs “HDNet World Report”, “NASA on HDNet” (presenting live shuttle launches through 2010), and, beginning in November, “Dan Rather Reports”. HDNet presents championship sports coverage featuring the National Hockey League, Major League Soccer, NASCAR Grand National Division, Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts including World Extreme Cagefighting; groundbreaking music programming with the HDNet Concert Series featuring leading artists and bands including U2, Eminem, Gorillaz and more, plus original music programs “Sound Off with Matt Pinfield”, True Music w/Katie Daryl” and “On Stage at World Cafe Live”; entertaining interview shows including “Face 2 Face with Roy Firestone” and “Higher Definition”, in addition to fun and irreverent lifestyle programming including “Deadline!”, “Art Mann Presents”, and “Get Out!” HDNet is also the exclusive high-definition home to the critically acclaimed and award winning programs such as “Dead Like Me”, “Smallville”, “Joan of Arcadia”, “Boomtown” and “Andy Richter Controls the Universe”. New to HDNet this fall are the Emmy Award winning “Arrested Development” and “Star Trek: Enterprise”.

HDNet Movies produces and broadcasts more original movies than any other network and is the exclusive home of day and date movie releases from HDNet Films including the Academy Award nominated “Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room”, Toronto Film Festival nominee “The War Within”, and “Bubble”, the first of six movies by acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh and produced exclusively for HDNet Films. Other HDNet Films releases include “One Last Thing” starring Cynthia Nixon, “Herbie Hancock: Possibilities”, and coming soon, Matt Taubers’ Tribeca Film Festival nominee “The Architect”, starring Anthony LaPaglia and Isabella Rossellini, “Diggers”, starring Paul Rudd, Ron Eldard, Maura Tierney and Lauren Ambrose, “Quid Pro Quo”, starring Nick Stahl and Vera Farmiga, “Hunter”, the story of the life and death of infamous gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson from director Alex Gibney, and producer Graydon Carter. Also coming soon are “Fay Grim”, from maverick writer-director Hal Hartley, starring Superman’s Parker Posey and Jeff Goldblum, and “Broken English”, from Zoe Cassavetes, starring Gena Rowlands, Parker Posey, Drea de Matteo and Griffin Dunne. Many more are to come.

HDNet Movies also features a wide selection of major studio theatrical releases – all uncut, unedited, and appearing in their original aspect ratio so that HDNet viewers get the best possible home theater experience.

Launched in 2001 by Mark Cuban and General Manager Philip Garvin, the HDNet networks are available on Bright House Networks, Charter Communications, DIRECTV, DISH Network, Insight, Mediacom, Time Warner Cable and more than 40 NCTC cable affiliate companies. For more information, visit

Article posted on 02.11.2006

Bookmark and Share

previous article: Valuev, Klitschko, Liakhovich, Maskaev – The Heavyweight Committee

next article: Liakhovich/Briggs: Final Press Conference Quotes

If you detect any issues with the legality of this site, problems are always unintentional and will be corrected with notification.
The views and opinions of all writers expressed on do not necessarily state or reflect those of the Management.
Copyright © 2001- 2015 - Privacy Policy l Contact