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Anderson ready to wage war in Newark

Hard punching Newark welterweight sensation Michael “Slick” Anderson (12-1-1, 10KO’s) is ready to put it all on the line Friday night, December 7th at the Essex County College, in Newark, New Jersey when he swaps punches with Mexico’s Alberto “Bombadero” Salas (12-7, 8KO’s) in the ten round main event of the evening for the WCB regional welterweight title. If that weren’t enough, Matchmaker Renee Aiken and All Out Promotions in association with Global Boxing Promotions have put together an explosive undercard featuring some of the top fighters the east coast has to offer. The co-feature of the evening will feature the return of exciting Jamaica Queens, New York Super featherweight Joselito Collado in an eight round contest.

Anderson of Newark, New Jersey, has explosive power in both hands as shown with ten knockouts in his twelve victories. In his last bout on October 13thMichael Anderson showed his power, needing only two minutes and thirty three seconds to stop gritty fifty fight veteran Miguel Angel Munguia. Now the stakes have been raised and the WCB title is on the line on Saturday night. At thirty two years of age Anderson knows his time is now and looks to show the people of Newark that he has what it takes to be a champion.

Standing in his way will be the always dangerous Alberto “Bombadero” Salas (12-7, 8KO’s) of Hermosillo, Sonora Mexico. Salas has won seven of his last ten contests. In his last bout Salas defeated fifty-one fight veteran Ulises Duarte. With eight knockouts in his twelve victories, Salas’s power makes him a dangerous opponent that could derail the comeback of Anderson.

In the eight round co-feature of the evening super featherweight Joselito Collado (13-2, 3KO’s) looks to bounce back from just the second loss of his professional when he takes on the always dangerous opponent to be determined.

Undefeated light heavyweight Ronson Frank of Rosedale, New York looks to up his record to 17-0 when he swaps punches with Ricardo Campillo (7-4-1, 5KO’s) in a six round contest.

If that weren’t enough to make this a can’t miss card, All Out Promotions has recently added undefeated Glassboro, New Jersey super middleweight contender Derek “Take it to the Bank” Webster (13-0, 7KO’s) who will battle it out with Emmanuel Sanchez (4-1, 1KO) in a six round contest.

Exciting super bantamweight prospect Raul Lopez (8-1-1, 4KO’s) of The Bronx, New York looks to capture his sixth straight victory when he faces an opponent soon to be announced in a six round bout.

If heavyweights are your bag, then you won’t want to miss Newark’s on Tyyab Beale (7-3-1, 3KO’s) when he tangles over six rounds with Paterson, New Jersey’s Alexis Mejias (11-9, 5KO’s). Beale showed the heart of a champion in his last bout in the very same arena back in October as he had to get off the canvas to score a crowd pleasing 3rd round technical knockout of Montgomery, Alabama’s Kevin Howard (3-8-1, 1KO).

Newark’s own Akima Stocks (4-0, 3Ko’s) will appear a special four round female junior middleweight contest.

Rounding out the show is a four round featherweight contest as debuting New Yorker Pete Hayes squares off against Newark’s Shakir Aquel Dunn (0-1).

The national anthem will be performed by Interscope recording artist Ashan.

Tickets are priced as follows: $45 General Admission, $80 Floor and $120 for ringside. Tickets can be purchased by calling 973-652-2218 or

Doors open: 5:30PM First bout 6:30PM

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