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GRAY-PENNINGTON  |  FEB. 4TH  |  TWIN RIVER

PENNINGTON AIMS TO DETHRONE GRAY FEB. 4TH

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Jan. 12th, 2017) -- Courtney Pennington doesn't have a lengthy amateur background to fall back on, but at least one of his fights from his short amateur career might help guide him through his latest challenge next month at Twin River Casino.

 
On Saturday, Feb. 4th, 2017, the Brooklyn-born Pennington faces reigning Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) junior middleweight title-holder and Worcester, Mass., native Khiary Gray (14-1, 11 KOs) in the eight-round main event of CES Boxing's 2017 season opener, a rematch of their 2012 amateur fight at Gleason's Gym in New York in the annual Long Island Amateur Boxing Championships. 

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GRAY-PENNINGTON  |  FEB. 4TH  | TWIN RIVER


LAUNCH PARTY


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VINCENT-LEE |  DEC. 2ND  |  TWN RIVER


CLOSING STATEMENT


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VINCENT-LEE  |  DEC. 2ND  |  TWIN RIVER


YEAR-END BASH



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FEATURED FIGHTER: KENDRICK BALL JR. 

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ONE OF THE busiest young prospects in New England continues to make strides with each fight as he develops his reputation as one of the hardest hitters in the region.


Worcester, Mass., middleweight Kendrick Ball has fought four times since making his professional debut in May, winning three times by knockout with one draw on his record after stepping up to face 5-0 David Wilson on just seven days' notice. 


Ball's incredible height and range, combined with his devastating knockout power, make him a face to watch for the remainder of 2016 and well into the following year as he continues to develop into an elite puncher under the promotional guidance of CES Boxing.


 

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