Greektown Casino to Host ‘Detroit Brawl’ Professional Boxing Event on February 6th

Promoter Dmitriy Salita of Salita Promotions is proud to announce that Detroit’s Greektown Casino Hotel has signed on as principal sponsor of his first Detroit Brawl professional boxing event.

Scheduled for Saturday, February 6, at the iconic Masonic Temple Downtown, “Detroit Brawl” will feature a diverse array of up-and-coming prospects and established contenders from Michigan and around the world including Detroit’s James Gordon Smith (8-0, 5 KOs), Ed Williams (10-1-1, 4 KOs), James Ballard (5-0, 2 KOs), and Antonio Wade (1-0, 1 KO), undefeated Dominican Eudy Bernardo (20-0, 14 KOs), Brooklyn’s Dimash Niyazov (8-0-3, 4 KOs) and the professional debut of Turkmenistan’s former Asian Games Amateur Champion, Serdar Hudayberdiyev.


Salita Says Detroit Was the Obvious Choice for Upcoming Series of Professional Boxing Shows

“I strongly feel that Detroit has a lot of potential to become a hub for pro boxing. Not only with its own talented fighters, but also for boxers from around the country and around the globe. With consistency, competitive fights and talented boxers there’s a tremendous amount of potential for world-class boxing in the city of Detroit.” Dmitriy Salita.


First “Detroit Brawl” Pro Boxing Card Is Coming Together, Buy Tix Now!

Detroit (January 4, 2016)–The New Year will be kicking off with a bang in Detroit when the first “Detroit Brawl” card unfolds in America’s number one comeback city.

Salita Promotions is crafting a stellar promotion, from tip to top, which will feature hometown talent galore, reported promoted Dmitriy Salita. Circle the date on your calendar: Feb. 6, at the Masonic Temple in downtown Detroit.


WBC world title on line at Brooklyn Brawl October 29th

She is a dean at the Bernard Hopkins School of Pugilism.

Alicia Ashley, 48 years old, will attempt to win a world title, the WBC world female super bantamweight crown, on Thursday evening in Brooklyn, and if she is successful, she will be honored with another incredible addition to her resume. She will gain another entry into the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest female to win a world title, setting an even higher bar with her incredible longevity and durability.


Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller looking to make a statement on ShoBox

Undefeated heavyweight Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller unofficially began his boxing career by protecting himself on the streets of his Flatbush neighborhood as a teenager. More than a decade later, the Brooklyn bruiser has transformed a lifetime of beating the odds into a career where he deals beatings to his opponents, and he doesn’t plan to slow down anytime soon.


Napoleon Set For Title Shot Saturday At The Paramount

NEW YORK (Oct. 19, 2015) – “What are you fighting for?” is the cutting interrogatory mantra posed by the Overthrow Boxing Club, a half year-old ultra-hipster retro boxing space that currently occupies 9 Bleecker Street in lower Manhattan, an area of New York City traditionally linked to decades of cultural and social activism.