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SHOBOX: THE NEW GENERATION  |  JULY 22ND  |  FOXWOODS


STUNNER

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SHOBOX: THE NEW GENERATION  |  JULY 22ND  |  FOXWOODS


SHOWTIME!


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SHOBOX: THE NEW GENERATION  |  JULY 22ND  |  FOXWOODS

GRAY MAKES TELEVISION DEBUT FRIDAY


MASHANTUCKET, Conn. (July 20th, 2016) -- ShoBox: The New Generationreturns to Foxwoods Resort Casino's Premier Ballroom on Friday, July 22nd, 2016to celebrate the 15 anniversary of its critically-acclaimed series featuring a fight card loaded with New England's premiere talent.

Friday night's quadruple-header, presented by GH3 Promotions, CES Boxing and Sampson Boxing, features the television debut of unbeaten Worcester, Mass., junior middleweight Khiary Gray (13-0, 10 KOs), who battles Paterson, N.J., vet Ian Green (9-1, 7 KOs) in an eight-round bout, the first of four on the televised main card.

FALOWO-CHATMAN II  |  JULY 15TH  |  TWIN RIVER


UNDISPUTED



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FALOWO-CHATMAN II  |  JULY 15TH  |  TWIN RIVER


THE NEXT CHAPTER



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CHATMAN-FALOWO II  |  JULY 15TH  |  TWIN RIVER 


BRING IT ON


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CHATMAN-FALOWO II  |  JULY 15TH  |  TWIN RIVER CASINO

REIS REMAINS MOTIVATED DESPITE SUCCESS

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (July 7th, 2016) -- With three world titles under her belt, including one of the most prestigious in all of boxing, and a well-earned reputation as one of the sport's toughest road warriors, Kali Reis has accomplished more than most fighters can dream of.

 
"If I was to be 100 percent real," Reis said, "I have nothing else to prove to myself."
 
Regardless, the Providence, R.I., native and reigning World Boxing Council (WBC) Female Middleweight World Champion remains as hungry as ever, motivated by the desire to achieve more and continue learning about everything the sport has to offer both in and out of the ring.

CHATMAN-FALOWO II  |  JULY 15TH  |  TWIN RIVER CASINO


ENCORE!


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CHATMAN-FALOWO II  |  JULY 15TH  |  TWIN RIVER CASINO


ALL HEART


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CHATMAN-FALOWO II  |  JULY 15TH  |  TWIN RIVER CASINO

SKY'S THE LIMIT FOR WORCESTER PROSPECT ORTIZ


PROVIDENCE, R.I. (June 29th, 2016) -- Arguably the most decorated amateur boxer from New England to enter the professional ranks in quite some time, Jamaine Ortiz of Worcester, Mass., is on the fast track to success under the promotional guidance of CES Boxing. 

He'll encounter obstacles and deal with inevitable change along the way, but there'll always be that one constant, that calming influence in his corner, his longtime coach Carlos Garcia, Worcester's world-renowned trainer and the heart and soul of the city's Boys & Girls Club, where so many fighters before Ortiz honed their craft.

MANFREDO-BIOSSE   |   MAY 13TH   |   TWIN RIVER CASINO


FIT TO BE TIED


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MANFREDO-BIOSSE  |   MAY 13TH   |   TWIN RIVER CASINO


GAME ON


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MANFREDO-BIOSSE  |   MAY 13TH   |   TWIN RIVER CASINO

LIVE STREAMING AVAILABLE FOR MANFREDO-BIOSSE

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (May 12th, 2016) – Out-of-town fans unable to be in attendance Friday, May 13th, 2016 for the Peter Manfredo Jr.-Vladine Biosse super middleweight showdown at Twin River Casino can catch all the action live on the Go Fight Live Combat Sports Network.


GFL will stream the entire nine-fight card for $14.99. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FIGHTS LIVE. The first fight begins at 7 p.m. ET.

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MANFREDO-BIOSSE  |   MAY 13TH  |   TWIN RIVER CASINO


WORTH THE WEIGHT


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MANFREDO-BIOSSE  |   MAY 13TH   |   TWIN RIVER


REDEMPTION


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MANFREDO-BIOSSE  |   MAY 13TH   |   TWIN RIVER CASINO

WOODS, WILLIAMS FACE MAJOR STEP UP MAY 13TH

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (May 6th, 2016) -- Manny Woods has heard all about the so-called tough fight cities in the United States, among them Philadelphia, Los Angeles, New York and even Providence, R.I., the home of five-time world champion Vinny Paz and The Contender star Peter Manfredo Jr.
 
Next Friday, Woods (15-4-1, 5 KOs) hopes to show New Englanders what his home state, Florida, is all about when he faces undefeated New Haven, Conn., welterweight Jimmy Williams (10-0-1, 5 KOs) on enemy turf.

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MANFREDO-BIOSSE  |   MAY 13TH  |   TWIN RIVER CASINO


"I AM WHO I AM"

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MANFREDO-BIOSSE  |   MAY 13TH   |   TWIN RIVER CASINO

WILLIS' CAMP OFFERS GRAY STERN WARNING

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (May 4th, 2016) – Between he and his brother, Marcus, also a professional fighter, Quinton Willis describes himself as the “mellow one.”


That is, until he’s asked whether or not his upcoming opponent, undefeated junior middleweight Khiary Gray, has ever faced anyone of his caliber. Willis didn’t even need to hear the rest of the question.


“No,” he said matter-of-factly. “Not at all.”

MANFREDO-BIOSSE   |   MAY 13TH   |    TWIN RIVER CASINO


MORE THAN A NAME


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MANFREDO-BIOSSE   |   MAY 13TH   |   TWIN RIVER CASINO


GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY

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MANFREDO-BIOSSE  |   MAY 13TH   |   TWIN RIVER CASINO

WILLIAM'S STEPS UP TO FACE FLORIDA'S WOODS MAY 13TH

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (April 22nd, 2016) – Five months following his triumphant Twin River Casino debut, New Haven, Conn., welterweight Jimmy Williams returns to Rhode Island on Friday, May 13th, 2016 in his toughest test to date.


The undefeated Williams (10-0-1, 5 KOs) puts his record on the line in a six-round bout against St. Petersburg, Fla., veteran Manny Woods (15-4-1, 5 KOs), who enters on a two-fight win streak and has won five of his last six bouts dating back to 2013.

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MANFREDO-BIOSSE  |   MAY 13TH  |   TWIN RIVER CASINO


WELCOME BACK


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VLADINE BIOSSE VS. JOEY SPINA: MAY 2012

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FEATURED FIGHTER: ANGEL CAMACHO JR.

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TIME IS NOT an ally of Angel Camacho Jr., but he's making the most of his second chance at a lucrative boxing career. 


The 32-year-old Providence, R.I., native is now 15-0 after knocking out Rich Gingras in the eighth round of their scheduled 10-round main event on Sept. 18th at Twin River.


Setbacks robbed him of some of his prime years; he endured two separate three-year layoffs and fought just once in a six-year stretch between 2008 and 2014, but has won three in a row since his comeback last November and appears poised for a major run in 2015 and 2016. 


One of the best-kept secrets in New England is about to make his mark worldwide. 

 

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