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“Rising Olympian Star In The Big Apple”

This weekend Brooklyn, NY will be the center of the boxing universe. Seven days later the momentum continues with the big pay-per-view show at Brooklyn’s Aviator Sports Complex featuring unbeaten 2008 Olympian welterweight Sadam “World Kid” Ali (15-0, 9 KOs) against Jermaine “Too Sweet” White (17-5, 9 KOs).

Below is a promo video for the October 27 card billed as “Rising Olympian Star In The Big Apple.”


Main Event – Welterweights (10)
Sadam “World Kid” Ali (15-0, 9 KOs), Brooklyn, NY
Jermaine “Too Sweet” White (17-5, 9 KOs)

Co-Feature – Cruiserweights (10)
Santander “The Demolition Man” Silgado (22-0, 18 KOs), Brooklyn, NY
Gary “Pit Bull” Gomez (19-13-2, 7 KOs), Salt Lake City, UT

Super Middleweight (8)
Curtis “Showtime” Stevens (2203, 16 KOs), Brownsbille, NY

Cruiserweights (8)
Ramadan “Holy Man” Yasser (7-0, 5 KOs), New York, NY

Light Heavyweights (4)
Michael Costantino (pro debut), Queens, NY

Light Middleweights (4)
Steven Gamache (3-0, 1 KO), Lewiston, ME
Jose Angel Ortiz (4-10-1, 1 KO), Springfield, MA

Female Bantamweights (4)
Jennifer Santiago (1-0), Brooklyn, NY
Ivana Coleman (0-1), Sidell, LA

Light Middleweights (4)
Shawn Cameron (pro debut), Brooklyn, NY
Mamadou Doumbia (1-0), New York, NY

WHERE: Aviator Sports Complex, Brooklyn, NY

PROMOTER: World Kid Promotions

PPV: Distributed in the United States by Integrated Sports Media for live viewing at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT on both cable and satellite pay per view via iN Demand, DISH Network and Avail-TVN for a suggested retail price of $29.95

TICKET INFORMATION: $150.00, $100.00 and $50.00, on sale and available to purchase by calling 917.807.3630 or 917.655.5254 in Brooklyn and Queens, 718.744.8855 in Manhattan, or 201.914.9392 in Staten Island and New Jersey.

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