The September edition of the monthly ProAm boxing cards promises a chockfull of action and one of the principals in particular, Simeon Hardy, will get an opportunity to convince himself and his fans that he is indeed the top class material he is touting himself to be. Unbeaten so far in an otherwise fledgling career, Hardy will match gloves with Winston Pompey in a 6 rounds middleweight bout in what is definitely his most challenging engagement to date. As usual, the card will be staged on the final Friday night of the month, September 30, and is supported by three other bouts which promises much.
Miguel Antoine, the Barbadian that has created waves, defeating several Guyanese pugilists including Mark Austin for the Regional Commonwealth title will return to face Trinidad based Jermaine King in a 4 rounds welterweight affair, while middleweights, Troy Lewis and Kelsie George will duke it out over 4 rounds. The latter fighter is making his professional debut after completing a decent amateur career.
Another pugilist, Shaheed Ali, will also take off his shirt when he battles Carlton Skeete in a bantamweight contest.
Meanwhile, the pugilists will convene at the Avenue of the Republic offices of Abdool and Abdool Insurance Brokers to formulize the deal with the signing of their respective contracts. The ProAm boxing affair is an initiative of the Guyana Boxing Board of Control in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports, The Guyana Amateur Boxing Association and the National Communications Network (NCN).
The action gets underway at 20:00 and admission is $1,000 for adults with children being asked to pay half that amount.
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