“Fight Night In The Midlands” To Be Held Saturday, November 5, 2005

Columbia, SC -(October 26, 2005) – An evening of action-packed professional boxing will be held live at the Jamil Shrine Temple during “Fight Night In The Midlands” Saturday, November 5, 2005 at 8 p.m. Presented by Dream Fight Boxing Promotions, this event will introduce and offer residents of the Columbia Riverbanks Region a venue for professional live boxing. This event was rescheduled due to Hurricane Rita.

In the main event, a lightweight explosion will feature Columbia’s own Corey “Bad Boy” Goodwin vs. Mexican native Louise “El Toro” Hernandez. This will be a classic match-up of boxer vs slugger. An exciting Middleweight rivalry between two gyms in Columbia will also take place when Whiterock Boxing’s Marcus “Molina” Brooks squares off with Total Packages’ Tyrone Spearman. Heavyweight sensation Moultrie Witherspoon from Whiterock Boxing will be putting his undefeated record on the line as he punches his way towards a heavyweight title sometime next year, and Johnnie “Molina” Brooks the other half of the Molina Brothers. Also from Columbia will be Kaytel “Mr Fa’ Ness” in a Heavyweight matchup.

Tickets can be purchased at Hooters, Jamil Shrine Temple, Fort Jackson Community Center or by calling (803) 238-0403. For more information on the event and sponsorship opportunities, contact Corey Goodwin at (803) 238-0292.

Advance Ticket Prices

Military & College Students General Admission $10

All other General Admission $15

Floor Seating $25

VIP Ringside Seating $50 PP or $300 Table for 6

At the Door Ticket Prices

Military & College Students General Admission $15

All other General Admission $20

Floor Seating $35

On Fight Night, Corey Goodwin of Dream Fight Boxing says, “Our goal is to provide boxing on a monthly basis. Columbia is craving a venue that will offer entertainment, consistency, excitement and a place where you can socialize with a group or individuals.”

A portion of the proceeds from this event will go to McEntire Joint National Guard Base Family Support, an organization designed to support and help the needs of the military family.

This event is brought to you in part by Palmetto Boxing Academy, The Columbia Sports Council, Northeast Karate, Primerica, and The Hilltop Restaurant. The Columbia Regional Sports Council is a non-profit organization committed to serving as the central clearinghouse for information regarding the sponsorship, promotion, and coordination of sporting events, facilities and associations in the Columbia Riverbanks Region. If you would like additional information on the Columbia Regional Sports Council, please visit our website at www.columbiasportscouncil.com or call us at (803) 545-0009.

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