By Kurt Wolfheimer
Nedal Promotions is set to bring another night of professional boxing back to the Hamilton Manor in Hamilton, Township, New Jersey on Friday March 14th. Headlining the show is the comeback of former world title challenger Yusaf “Mack Attack” Mack (31-7-2, 17 KOs), who is set to face the dangerous Roland Bryant (16-3, 11 KOs) in an eight round light heavyweight contest. Mack knows a win over the upset minded Bryant is essential if he is to make one more run for a coveted world title fight. The co-feature of the evening is a six round cruiserweight contest featuring “The City of Brotherly Love’s” Charles Hayward (9-7, 4KOs) against upset minded William “The Iceman” Santiago (6-8-1, 2KOs). Hayward looks to bounce back from two tough losses against Radivoje Kalajdzic (13-0, 9KOs) and Lenin Castillo (11-0, 7KOs). It won’t be easy though as William Santiago has taken on some of the best and recently handed light heavyweight Vincent Miranda (16-1, 9KOs) the only loss of his professional career.
The undercard looks to be loaded with local and regional talent ready to test their mettle at the Hamilton Manor.
Philly middleweight prospect Fred Jenkins Jr (6-1, 2KOs) will try to continue his winning ways in a six round contest, when he clashes with Camden, New Jersey’s Gilbert Alex Sanchez (2-3,2KOs).
Atlantic City, New Jersey’s Anthony “Juice Young (9-0, 4KOs) looks break into double digits in the win column in a six round welterweight contest.
Local crowd favorite Rami Ibrahim (4-8-1, 1 KO) of Philadelphia, PA should continue to thrill his raucous fan base with an entertaining four round junior welterweight contest against hard luck Jason Sia (0-5) of Ewing, New Jersey.
Undefeated welterweight Jeff Lentz (2-0, 1 KO) of Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey looks for his third victory as a pro when he swaps punches with the dangerous Shakir Aquel Dunn (1-1, 1 KO) in a four round contest.
Trenton, New Jersey cruiserweight Mike Hilton (pro debut) will duke it out with Akron, Ohio’s Martez Williamson (1-4) in a four round tussle.
Junior middleweight Glenwood “Bo” Latimer (1-0) looks to shake off almost two years of ring rust, when he faces debuting Rafael Pingion in a four round scuffle.
Undefeated lightweight Samuel Teah (2-0, 1 KO) will swap punches over four rounds with Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Mason Wicket (0-3).
Junior middleweight sensation Robert Sweeney (2-0) is set to do battle with Bronx New York’s Pete Dobson, who is making his pro debut in a four rounder.
Two hungry cruiserweights are ready to lay it on the line in their professional debuts as Atlantic City, New Jersey’s Hector Perez tangles with Philadelphia’s Terrance Forbes in a four round clash.
Rounding out the show will be a special four round women’s contest featuring Las Vegas Nevada’s Mikayla “MK Ultra” Nebel (0-5) against Christina Fuentes (2-5-3) of Laredo, Texas.
Tickets are priced at $50 for general admission, $75 VIP and $100 for special VIP seating with dinner included. Tickets can be purchased by calling (609) 209-5642Call: (609) 209-5642.
Doors open at 7:30PM. First bout is set for 8PM