Nedal Promotions is set to bring another pulse pounding night of professional boxing back to the Hamilton Manor in Hamilton, Township, New Jersey on Friday March 14th featuring an eight round light heavyweight crossroad battle between Roland Bryant (16-3, 11Ko’s) and William “The Iceman” Santiago (6-8-1, 2Ko’s). Both fighters look to bounce back from two consecutive losses and know a win is essential for the careers in the ring. Rowland knows a win could move him back one step closer to contender status. It will not be easy though as standing in his way will be the upset minded William “The Iceman” Santiago, who has taken on some of the best and recently handed light heavyweight Vincent Miranda (16-1, 9Ko’s) the only loss of his professional career. A win for Santiago would put a signature victory in his cap and in line for more lucrative fights. In the co-feature of the evening, Philly middleweight prospect Fred Jenkins Jr., (6-1, 2Ko’s) will be tested by Camden, New Jersey’s Gilbert Alex Sanchez (2-3, 2Ko’s) in a six round scrap.
The undercard looks to be loaded with local and regional talent ready to test their metal at the regal Hamilton Manor.
There will also be a special four round women’s flyweight contest featuring Las Vegas Nevada’s Mikayla “MK Ultra” Nebel (0-5) against Christina Fuentes (2-5-3) of Laredo, Texas.
Local crowd favorite Rami Ibrahim (4-8-1, 1Ko) of Philadelphia, PA should continue to thrill his raucous fan base with an entertaining four round junior welterweight contest against hard luck Jason Sia (0-5) of Ewing, New Jersey.
If heavyweights are your bag of choice, then you won’t want to miss debuting Patrick O’Connor as he squares off against Aaron Leonard 1-1-1, 1Ko) in a four round scuffle.
Two hungry cruiserweights are ready to lay it on the line in their professional debuts as Newark, New Jersey’s Hector Perez tangles with Atlantic City’s Terrance Forbes in a four round clash.
Undefeated welterweight Jeff Lentz (2-0, 1Ko) of Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey looks for his third victory as a pro when he swaps punches with the dangerous Shakir Aquel Dunn (1-1, 1Ko) in a four round contest.
Junior middleweight Glenwood “Bo” Latimer (1-0) looks to shake off almost two years of ring rust when he faces debuting Rafael Pingion in a four round scuffle.
Undefeated lightweight Samuel Teah (2-0, 1Ko) will swap punches over four rounds with Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Deshawn Debose (0-1).
Tickets for this exciting night of action packed fights are priced at $50 for general admission,
$75 VIP and $100 for special VIP seating with dinner included. Tickets can be purchased by calling (609) 209-5642.