Tommy Zbikowski (5-0, 3KO) made a splash in front of a sold-out hometown crowd last Friday night, when he defeated Keith Jackson by unanimous decision in the four round, crowd pleasing main event at the Belvedere in Chicago.
Zbikowski a former Notre Dame and NFL footballer, and now Chicago Firefighter, looks to keep the momentum going when he returns May 14th at the Horseshoe in Hammond, Indiana, in the next installment of Hitz Boxing’s long-running fight series, Fight Night at the Horseshoe.
Zbikowski joins a stacked card, which features a 10-round WBC Continental Americas Super Middleweight Title bout between Chicago’s own Mike “Hollywood” Jimenez, and Aaron Pryor, Jr. in the evening’s main event.
Doors to The Venue at Horseshoe Hammond open at 6:00 on May 14th, and first bell is at 7:00. Tickets are priced $90, 40 and 30, and are available at www.HitzBoxing.com. Boxing fans must be 21 years and older to attend events at the Horseshoe Hammond.