by Brendan Higgins, contributing author
If James Brown was the hardest working male in program company, then Jimmy Burchfield is the hardest working male in Battle Sports. The famous promoter will surpass himself when again. He is bringing a hit card of CES expert boxing to the well known Mohegan Sun Arena on August 20 th An interview was held at Rocks 21 in Mystic, Connecticut, on Saturday, July 23 rd, to set the table for this extremely prepared for occasion. This night of boxing includes an outstanding line-up of fighters.
The card is stacked with a global taste, including fighters from all over the world. The centerpiece will include heavyweight Cassius Chaney, from New London, Connecticut, with an outstanding record of 21-1, with 14 wins coming over knockout. Chaney will hit Shawn Miller (18-7-1 7 KOs) from Troy, New York City.
If you like enjoying heavyweights combat, you remain in for a reward. Juiseppe “The Sicilian Headache” Cusumano (20-4 18 KOs) will be in action handling Justin Rolfe (7-4-1 5 KOs) from Fairfield, Maine.
In addition, you will see the similarity Nicola Quarneti of Italy, Gary Balletto of Cranston, Francis Hogan of Weymouth, MA., Alejandro Paulino of New London, CT., and Angel Gonzalez from Hartford, CT.
In a female’s match, Stevie Jane Coleman (2-0), from Columbia, Connecticut, will action in the ring with Jesenia Rivas of Denver, Colorado, making her expert launching.
Coleman informed a frightening however amusing story about her current encounter with a pet. Stevie was out running when she was bitten on the leg by what she believed to be a little Collie, a bit on the mangy side. Ends up, it was a coyote that took a bite out of the welterweight competitor. Coleman made a complete healing. Jimmy Burchfield has high expect Stevie. He stated, “This woman is going to be a champ.” Ends up Coleman is dating Alejandro Paulino. It might extremely well be a very first for CES to have a couple battling on the very same card. Seems like the makings of a tv truth reveal to me.
A 3rd heavyweight battle will see the red-hot Sean Bey, (6-0 6 KOs) of Providence, handle John Shipman, (4-2 2 KOs) from Dallas, Texas, in a four-round bout. At journalism conference Bey seemed in remarkable shape. In the preliminary of his previous battle at Bally’s Twin River, Bey knocked his challenger unconscious, sending him through the ropes and crashing into the lap of the physician in participation at ringside. This sensational knockout showed that ‘Bey do not play.’ Disallowing injury, Sean Bey seems unstoppable. He is an unbelievable professional athlete and has outstanding management under the assistance of CES. It’s just a matter of time prior to this outstanding young warrior is challenging for a title.
This assures to be a historical night of boxing at Mohegan Sun Arena. Tickets are going quick and readily available online at mohegansun.com For additional information on this and all CES boxing and mixed martial arts occasions check out cesfights.com
Brendan Higgins, author and author, RIPTA bus motorist, previous expert wrestler (Knuckles Nelson), and North Kingstown local.
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