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Big Night in Australia!

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Australian middleweight contender Ben Crampton ( 21-1-2, 10 KOs) will box Joel Burke (13-17-2, 7 KOs) over eight rounds at the Revesby Workers Club, NSW, Australia tonight. Crampton is a hot favourite to defeat Burke but the Newcastle boxer has defeated former world rated Daniel Lovett. Crampton boxed in London, England during 2008 losing a decison in Commonwealth title bout… Promoter Paul Nasari.
Former Australian heavyweight champion Nathan Briggs ( 20-5, 16 KOs) will punch it out tonight with Michael Kirby (4-2-1, 1 KO) over twelve rounds at the Mansfield Tavern Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Briggs is trained by his twin brother Paul who challenged Tomasz Adamek for the WBC light heavyweight crown losing twice in action packed fights by majority decision. Paul said, “Nathan is boxing great and is much improved. I am confident he will defeat Kirby on Friday.” In a super middleweight bout Tyrone Tongia (9-2, 5 KOs) will clash with the experienced Josh Clenshaw (26-14, 13 KOs) in what will be the Brisbane boxer’s toughest bout. Promoter Angelo Di Carlo
Former Australian welterweight champion Shannon McMahon (15-3-1, 6 KOs) will be back in action tonight at the Moonee Valley Racecourse Reception Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia when he will clash with Thailand’s Saengsada Charoenkasem (7-8, 4 KOs). McMahon defeated Paul Tapley in ten rounds in 2005 to capture the national championship. Promoter is Joe Nader. Several of Melbourne’s best glovemen will be in attendance including Sam Soliman who extended Anthony Mundine over twelve rounds for WBA super middleweight crown in 2008 and also lost disputed decision to Ronald Winky Wright. Soliman said. “Joe Nader is a very good promoter and I am looking forward to seeing Shannon McMahon boxing.”

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