Albany, NY — Oct 17, 2013 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) — Ares Promotions, upstate New York’s premier boxing promoters, today announced the card for Ares Fight Night XII. The main event will be the NYS Middleweight Title fight between WBC Silver Belt Champion Nick Brinson 15-1-2 and Chris Chatman 11-2. The card will also feature WIBA Women’s IBA Featherwieght Title between area favorite Jaci Trivilino 9-5-3 and Lindsay Garbatt 7-6-2.
“Thi s is without a doubt the best non-televised fight card in years,” said Brian Cody, Ares Promotions Director of Marketing. “It has been a while since the Capital Region had a fighter of the caliber and skill of Nick Brison. This is the chance to see him locally as he put his NYS Middleweight title belt on the line verse a tough opponent in Chris Chatman.”
“When Brinson beat up heavily favored Jorge Melendez for 9 and 1/2 rounds back in June in front of a Showtime audience, he only confirmed what we knew for a while, that he’s a legit top contender in the middleweight division! Albany fans need to catch this rising star in their backyard while they still can! 20 bucks to see this future champ is ridiculous, but we at Ares Promotions made sure to keep prices down so that we could pack the place and create an awesome, electric atmosphere for the fights,” said Cody
The full card for the fight will be:
Main Event: NYS Middleweight Title 10 rounds
Nick Brinson 15-1-2 vs Chris Chatman 11-2
WIBA Women’s IBA Featherwieght Title 10 rounds
Jaci Trivilino 9-5-3 vs Lindsay Garbatt 7-6-2
Middleweights, 8 rounds
Jose Medina 18-13-1 vs Andy Mejias 13-0
Lightweights, 4 rounds
Joe Gbolo vs Rigoberto Miranda
Middleweights, 6 rounds
Tony Brinson vs Joey Yerdon
Welterweight, 4 rounds
Teysean Wiggins vs TBA
“The card will also feature a rematch from Ares Fight Night XI, which many thought was the fight of the night, between hometown favorite Jaci Trivilino verse Lindsay Garbatt for the WIBA Women’s IBA Featherweight Title. Andy Mejias will put his undefeated record on the line verse a tough Jose Medina,” said Cody.
“The Armory has a long boxing history, hosting some of the early fights of Mike Tyson. We are bringing that caliber of fights back to the Armory and back to Albany. Tickets are on-sale now and can be bought at the Armory of through our website at aresboxing.com. I wouldn’t wait to much longer we are already selling out many of the sections,” concluded Cody.