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January 2, 2015

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Roc Nation Rocks!

January 2, 2015

Roc Nations Sports’ foray into the world of boxing will officially begin with the debut of throne boxing on Friday, January 9, 2015 from The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City and will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1. In the main event, undefeated Dusty “The Beltway Boriqua” Hernandez-Harrison takes on Long Island’s own Tommy “The Razor” Rainone for the vacant WBC Continental Americas Welterweight Championship. In an intriguing co-featured bout, 2008 Bahamian Olympian Tureano Johnson and Alex “El Principe” Theran of Barranquilla, Colombia will battle it out over 10 rounds for the vacant WBC Silver Middleweight Championship and the vacant WBA International Middleweight Championship. In addition to the great action inside the ring, the January 9 edition of throne boxing will feature several notable Roc Nation touches that will further serve spectators with an enhanced fan experience, including hit master DJ Mustard who will serve alongside notable event emcee and “Voice of New York” Angie Martinez throughout the night with Brooklyn’s own two-time platinum recording artist Fabolous taking the stage between fights for a special performance. World famous ring announcer Michael Buffer offers his signature voice to this big night of fights. Gus Johnson, who has worked many boxing events in the past, will call the blow-by-blow for January 9 bouts telecast on FOX Sports 1, sitting ringside with expert analyst Rich Marotta. The event is sponsored by Budweiser, D’USSE™, GEICO, HUE For Every Man, Jaybird, PUMA, SONIC® Drive-In, TapouT Muscle, Tequila CAZADORES®, TOWN Residential and Wyndham® New Yorker Hotel. Roc Nation Sports will be donating one dollar from each ticket sold on their first card to the Muhammad Ali Center.

 

 

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