Brooklyn, NY (September 19, 2014) — The heavyweight division is moving closer to the post-Klitschko era. Vitali Klitschko has retired and Wladimir Klitschko can’t have many more years left at the top of the heap.
Fight fans are now looking for fighters who will be stepping in to fill the vacuum. New York-based promoter Dmitriy Salita believes that he promotes a boxer with the skills, and the punch, and the charisma, to help fill the gap when the Klitschkos are out of the picture.
You can see for yourself what Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller brings to the table, TONIGHT, on MSG Network.
This evening (Friday, Sept. 19, 10 PM ET), you can check out prospect, and possible future heavyweight champion “Big Baby” Miller, a 26-year-old Brooklyn resident, who owns a 9-0 record (with 9 knockouts).
Miller’s fight with solid vet Joshua Harris will be part of a program topped by a stellar main event, a leading contender for 2014 Fight of the Year, the cruiserweight clash for the WBC International championship, between Junior Wright and Steve Bujaj.
Salita is totally enthused about the possibilities in the near future for Miller, who’s conjured some buzz as just maybe being another hard-punching luminary from the borough of Brooklyn, which helped form the character and skill set of Hall of Famer Mike Tyson and super-skilled Riddick Bowe.
“Jarrell has the skills, size, power and personality to be a force and a star in the heavyweight division,” Salita said.
Salita recommends you get the popcorn and beverage of your choice ready for the MSG presentation this evening, and also asks that you note the show will run Saturday, Sept. 20 (7 PM ET) in case you have other plans this evening. “Junior Wright versus Steve Bujaj was the best live fight I have ever seen,” the fighter/promoter said, which is no small feat.
Please log on to Salitapromotions.com more information on the next Salita show.
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