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Battle of York 4 Presser!

Photo: TKO BOXING Promotions
Photo: TKO BOXING Promotions

On Friday afternoon boxing fans and local media met with Central Pennsylvania fighters Carney Bowman, Eric Nemo and Stevie Weimer just one day ahead of “THE BATTLE OF YORK 4”. The press conference took place at the site of the event, the Sovereign Bank Baseball Stadium, home of the York Revolution. “THE BATTLE OF YORK 4”, presented by Chet Koerner’s TKO BOXING Promotions, is set for Saturday night, August 1st. Doors open at 4pm with the first bell at 5pm. Seven professional bouts will be preceded by five amateur fights.

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Said Carney Bowman, The Fighting Pride of Central Pennsylvania, “I’ve had great sparring for this fight and I’m looking forward to putting on a terrific performance on Saturday night.”

Bowman, 13-0-0 (5KO’s), will face hard hitting Dominican Delvin Placencia, 15-1-0, (6KO’s) in the eight round main event.

Eric Nemo, 7-1-1 (3KO’s), faces off against Denver ’s Jairo Delgado, 3-2-0 (3KO’s), in a six round featherweight bout.

“I’m very excited to be fighting here at the ballpark and I’m very grateful to the TKO BOXING Promotions team for putting me on the card” said Nemo.

Nineteen year old Stevie Weimer, 3-0-0 (2KO’s) battles Melcor Guillen Jr., 1-1-0, in a four round welterweight bout.

Tickets for “THE BATTLE OF YORK 4”, starting at $20 for general admission in the grandstand of the stadium can be purchased in advance through the York Revolution Box Office (717-801-HITS, ). Ringside table seating is also available through the box office.

Sovereign Bank Stadium is operated by the York Revolution Professional Baseball Club, a member of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. Sovereign Bank Stadium is located at 5 Brooks Robinson Way , York, PA 17401 . For more information, please call 717-801-HITS (4487), or visit the Revolution online at

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