Brandon Cook and his Fans Ready to Invade the Bell Centre for Butler Clash!

On Saturday, January 28, NABA super welterweight champion Brandon “Bad Boy” Cook (17-0-0, 10KOs) of Ajax, Ontario, makes his hugely anticipated return to the ring against IBF North American titlist Steven “Bang Bang” Butler (18-0-1, 15KOs) of Montreal, Quebec, in a massive continental unification clash. Slated for Montreal’s prestigious Bell Centre, Cook-Butler tops a huge nine-fight card, co-promoted by Eye of the Tiger Management and United Boxing Promotions. Both men are coming off big victories. After winning and defending the WBA Inter-Continental Championship in 2015, Cook set his sights on the NABA crown in 2016, defeating David Doria (14-4-1, 4KOs) of Germany by unanimous decision to claim the vacant title. Butler made waves in 2016 as well, scoring a dominating knockout victory over heavy handed Albertan Janks Trotter (10-4-1, 10KOs) in October.

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Hard-Hitting Homecoming: Brandon Cook to fight for WBA Inter-Continental Title in his Hometown of Ajax, Ontario

On Saturday, June 27, United Boxing Promotions, in conjunction with OLG Slots Ajax Downs, is proud to present two-division Canadian champion Brandon “Bad Boy” Cook (14-0-0, 8KOs) in WBA Inter-Continental super welterweight championship action against Austrian titlist Gogi “Lionheart” Knezevic (28-5-1, 12KOs) of Vienna. Scheduled for the Ajax Community Centre, this exciting twelve-round attraction is Cook’s first fight in Ajax, Ontario – the “Bad Boy’s” hometown – since turning pro in 2011.

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