July 29, 2013
This Friday, August 2, will be a historic night for boxing as www.pandafeed.tv will air a full night of boxing action on their new website. Headlining their first show is southpaw “The New” Ray Robinson (15-2-0, 6 KOs) who will be battling the former Olympian Sugar Ray Narh “The Emperor” (26-2-0, 21 KOs) for the USBA Welterweight title. Their next show could be in your backyard.
This one is your typical Philly versus New Yawk turf war. Ray Robinson of Philadelphia has a record of 15-2 with six knockouts. The former amateur standout won his first eleven bouts to include a win over the undefeated Darnell Jiles (8-0-1).
After losing to undefeated and future world ranked contenders Brad Soloman and Shawn Porter, Robinson won four in a row and captured two titles.
He won the Pennsylvania Welterweight title with a two round waxing of former U.S. Olympian Terrance Cauthen and in his last bout on February 8, Robinson scored a 10 round unanimous decision over Alberto Morales to pick up the Interim NABA Welterweight title.
The hard punching Sugar Ray Narh, “The Emperor” of Brooklyn, New York by way of Accra, Ghana has a record of 26-2 with 21 knockouts. Narh won his first ten professional bouts before running into the then undefeated Almazbek Raiymkulov. That loss lit a fire under Narh who proceeded to win 15 straight with quality wins over people like Ramazan Paliani. Narh stopped Paliani in eight to win the Pennsylvania Lightweight championship.
In his next bout, Narh stopped two-time world title-challenger Luis Bolono in two rounds. He then won the USNBC Jr. Welterweight title with a second round stoppage of Angel Hernandez. Narh also has a win over former world champion Freddie Norwood.
After being stopped by future world champ Mike Alvarado, Narh picked up a significant win in his last bout back in June when he scored a 10 round unanimous decision over much herald Ronald Cruz in Cruz’ hometown of Bethlehem, PA.
In the 10 round co-feature, they have veteran Dorin Spivey (42-6-0, 30 KOs) defending his NABA Lightweight title against undefeated Samuel Kotey “Unbelievable” Neequaye (20-0-0, 15 KOs).
The 40-year old Spivey who is from Portsmouth, VA, turned pro in 1993 and has had an outstanding career. He went 26-1 before being stopped by Juan Lazcano for the NABF Lightweight title. He has quality wins over the likes of Billy Irwin (34-4) and Michael Stewart (28-0-2). Spivey won the NABA Lightweight title with a fourth round stoppage over Meacher Major and made one title defense.
He then recaptured the title with a seventh round stoppage of Victor Vasquez. In his last bout, on October 12, 2012 Spivey defended the title with a 10 round majority decision over Rod Salka.
Neequaye, like Narh is originally from Accra, Ghana, West Africa’s hotbed of boxing champions. Before turning pro, he represented Ghana at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
After winning his first 17 fights in Ghana, the 30 year-old Neequaye came to the United States and has won three in a row with his last fight being an eight round split decision win over Guillermo Sanchez on June 7th.
Also appearing on the undercard will be undefeated prospect Omar Douglas (8-0, 6 KOs); Interim NABA Light Heavyweight champ Frankie Filippone (14-2-1, 2 KOs) and Lightweight Joey Tiberi (9-1, 5 KOs)
The show will originate from the Bob Carpenter Center on the campus of the University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware.
“We are ecstatic to be able to launch this new company with the two, very important title fights,” stated Pandafeed.tv co-founder and director of boxing Marc Abrams. “We are looking forward to bringing you the very best in Boxing, MMA, Concerts and all manner of entertainment. We’ll also be taking the concept of online streaming to the next level as we plan on working with any and all promoters in not only maximizing their on-line viewership but also helping them with their live gate. We have an extensive media list that reaches all over the world and we plan to use an aggressive multimedia format to help promote each of these great events.
“To have our first event begin with two championship belts on the line, with four fighters having a combined record of 103-10 is the type of programming we plan to showcase,” concluded Abrams.
Tickets for the Live event cost $25, $35, $45, $65, and $95 and can be purchased at ticketmaster.com and at the Bob Carpenter Center by calling 1-800-745-3000 and at www.champsmanagement.com.
The show is promoted by Champs Management who can be contacted at http://www.champsmanagement.com
For More Information on www.pandafeed.tv, contact:
Marc Abrams at 856 287 7611 or email@example.com