Andre Dirrell vs. Vladine Biosse added to this week’s ESPN Friday Night Fights

Sherman Oaks, CA (July 29, 2014) Former world title challenger and Super Six Participant ANDRE “The Matrix” DIRRELL will battle Vladine Biosse on Friday, AUGUST 1 in a ten round super middleweight co-feature Bout at “Little Creek Brawl V” on ESPN Friday Night Fights presented by Corona Extra™ from The Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Washington, and promoted by Goossen Promotions.

“Andre was an outstanding amateur and one of the top super middleweights in the world picked to be part of Showtime’s innovative Super Six Tournament. His win over former world champion Arthur Abraham and highly controversial loss to Carl Froch during the tournament opened a lot of eyes on his tremendous athletic abilities and talent,” said Dan Goossen, promoter of the eventual Super Six Champion Andre Ward and USA teammate of Dirrell in the 2004 Olympics.

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ShoBox Results: Love, Edwards and Pearson Victorious / Floyd Mayweather Interview

Undefeated super middleweight J’Leon Love dominated en route to a 10th-round TKO over Vladine Biosse on Friday’s ShoBox: The New Generation.

In the co-featured bouts, Derek Edwards upset previously undefeated Badou Jack and rising Mayweather Promotions star Christopher Pearson defeated Lanardo Tyner in an 8-round middleweight bout.

The evening’s promoter, 10-time World Champion Floyd “Money” Mayweather, was ringside at Turning Stone Resort and Casino and interviewed by SHOWTIME Sports analyst Steve Farhood for the first time since Mayweather announced his next opponent—Marcos “El Chino” Maidana.

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No stage too big for ‘Mr. Providence’ as southpaw super middleweight preps for Showtime bout

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Feb. 27th, 2014) – Fighting on a major network in front of a worldwide audience might be unnerving for someone who doesn’t know any better, or someone who has never faced the music on boxing’s biggest stage.

Vladine Biosse (15-2-2, 7 KOs) actually looks forward to the pressure of the bright lights and adoring eyes. It’s brought out the best in the Providence, R.I., southpaw, whether it’s the two big wins he scored early in his career on ESPN2, or his showcase victory over former world-rated contender and hometown rival Joey Spina, a fight few thought he had a chance to win.

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