TKO Boxing Finalizes The Battle Of York V; Bowman Back In Action

Final details have been announced as TKO Boxing Promotions presents “The Battle of York V” this Saturday night, July 31st at the Sovereign Bank Stadium in York, Pennsylvania. A huge crowd is expected for the return of this unique summer evening of world class boxing at the baseball stadium. In the main event, The Fighting Pride of York, PA, Carney “Beeper” Bowman will square off against Union City, New Jersey veteran Robert Acevedo..

The undefeated Bowman, 14-0-0 with six knockouts, returns to the ring after a one year absence, his last bout being a brutal third round knockout of Delvin Placencia at ‘The Battle of York IV” last summer. The 27 year old Bowman is looking to put on a great performance for his legion of hometown fans and build momentum this year towards a world ranking.

A native of Moca, Puerto Rico, the 24 year old, upset minded Acevedo, 9-10-3 (1KO), has engaged in numerous battles with many world class prospects including Adrien Broner, Kenny Galarza, Vincent Arroyo and Mickey Bey Jr.

Also returning to the ring at the Sovereign Bank Stadium is hard hitting, cruiserweight contender Andres “TaylorMade” Taylor from nearby Johnstown, PA. Sporting a record of 15-1-1 with six knockouts, Taylor is riding a seven bout winning streak as he prepares to face Worcester, MA native Adam Harris, 10-3-0 (7KO’s).

Last summer, Taylor scored a crunching fifth round knockout of veteran Ray Ashworth, stunning the crowd at the baseball stadium.

Two other York based prospects returning to action this Saturday night are welterweight Stevie Weimer and junior lightweight Eric Nemo.

Undefeated in his first four professional bouts, the 20 year old Weimer, 4-0-0 (2KO’s), will take on veteran Dontre King, 2-7-2 (1KO) of Cambridge, MA in a scheduled four round bout.

Weimer won a four round decision over Melchor Guillen Jr. in his last outing at “The Battle of York IV.”

Junior lightweight Nemo, 8-1-1 (3KO’s) will battle Jackson, Michigan’s Rasool Shakoor, 3-7-1 (1KO) in a scheduled four rounder. Known for his all-action, entertaining battles, Nemo won a six round unanimous decision over Jairo Delgado at last summer’s baseball park show.

In a special attraction six round bout, sensational junior welterweight prospect Terence Crawford, 11-0-0 (8KO’s), will take on savvy Washington, D.C. veteran Ron Boyd, 6-10-1 (2KO’s).

Regarded as one of the most promising prospects in the 140 pound division, the Omaha native, Crawford has thrilled fans across the country with his outstanding boxing skills and fast hands.

Also featured at “The Battle of York V” is the highly anticipated professional debut of amateur phenom Alantez Fox. The 18 year old Fox, fighting out of Forrestville, Maryland, will face off against Columbia, South Carolina native Kevin Kibler, 0-2-1, in a scheduled four rounder.

Rounding out the professional portion of Saturday night’s event is a six round welterweight bout between veteran road warriors, Doel Carrasquillo, 13-15-1 (11KO’s) and Lynchburg, Virginia’s Maurice Chalmers, 8-10-1 (5KO’s).

A full slate of amateur bouts will precede the professional portion starting at 4pm.

General admission tickets can be purchased in advance for $20 through the York Revolution Box Office (717-801-HITS, www.yorkrevolution.com ). Ringside seating and VIP table seating are also available through the box office. (General admission seats will be sold for $25 on the day of the event).

The Sovereign Bank Stadium is located at 5 Brooks Robinson Way in York, Pennsylvania.

CARNEY BOWMAN RETURNS TO ACTION SATURDAY NIGHT AT “THE BATTLE OF YORK V”

YORK, PA (July 30, 2010) Carney “Beeper “ Bowman returns to the ring this Saturday night, July 31st, in his hometown of York, Pennsylvania in the main event of ‘The Battle of York V” at the Sovereign Bank Baseball Stadium.

Sporting an undefeated record of 14-0-0 with six knockouts, Bowman will battle Puerto Rico’s Robert Acevedo, 9-10-3 (1KO) in the junior lightweight main event.

While preparing for the showdown with Acevedo, Bowman trained in Houston, Texas, sparring often with perennial contender Rocky Juarez.

“Training in Houston was terrific; I’d like to work there for all of my fights in the future. Rocky and I have similar styles and we both got great work for our upcoming fights.” Juarez is also fighting on Saturday night, against Jorge Linares in Las Vegas.

Last summer, Bowman headlined the first baseball stadium event, brutally stopping Delvin Placencia in the third round.

“The feeling of fighting at the ballpark is just terrific. The whole town has been very supportive again this year. As soon as the weather got warmer I had people in York asking if there was going to be one this year.”

In regards to the current state of his career, Bowman said, “I need to fight more often; I’d like to have at least two more bouts this year after Saturday night. I don’t know too much about Acevedo but I feel confident that I’ve put the work in and I’ll be victorious Saturday night.”

The undercard at ‘The Battle of York V” features a lineup of world class prospects and local fan favorites including sensational, undefeated junior welterweight Terence Crawford, cruiserweight contender Andres “TaylorMade” Taylor, York’s Stevie Weimer and Eric Nemo, pro debuting Alantez Fox and veteran road warrior Doel Carrasquillo of Lancaster, PA.

A full slate of amateur bouts will precede the professional portion starting at 4pm.

The Sovereign Bank Stadium is located at 5 Brooks Robinson Way in York, Pennsylvania.



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