New Bedford, Massachusetts [September 29, 2016] – Briam “Bam Bam” Granado (1-1-1, 1 KO) has signed to appear in the main event of the professional boxing card at New Bedford High School on Saturday, November 12. It will be the first time since 1995 a professional boxing event has taken place in the Whaling City.
“I’m looking forward to fighting in my hometown of New Bedford for the first time as a professional,” said Granado. “I know I’ll have a lot of fan support and I cannot wait for the opportunity.”
Granado, who won his pro debut last year via first round knockout at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, will compete in a bout scheduled for six rounds on November 12 against an opponent to be named in the very near future.
Granado is not only a resident of New Bedford but also a business owner in town. He is the proprietor of his own gym, All Out Fitness, located at 127 Rodney French Blvd.
As the patriarch of a young family and a small business owner, Granado knows just how important it is to bring back pro boxing to an old fight town like New Bedford. He has promised his many local fans a show that they will not soon forget.
“When there’s a will, there’s a way, and I’ll show all my fans in town what I’m made of November 12th with a good performance.”
Tickets for the November 12 All-Pro Boxing event at New Bedford High School are on sale now at www.BostonBoxingPromotions.com.
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