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Hanna Gabriel Returns To Costa Rica on March 31

Sampson Boxing LLC announces Costa Rica‘s national pugilist, Hanna Gabriel to be part of the week long inauguration of the new Costa Rican National Stadium in San Jose, Costa Rica.  This much honored and idolized female boxing symbol of Costa Rica, will be defending her WBO Jr. Middleweight title on March 31, 2011.  Promoter Sampson Lewkowicz, President of Sampson Boxing LLC said, “ I am very proud to be part of this historical event in Costa Rica that brings honor to both Hanna Gabriel and the highly anticipated inauguration of this beautiful stadium.“ The news was unveiled in a press conference in the San Jose Palace Hotel in Costa Rica.  Hanna Gabriel will fight at the Costa Rican National Stadium, against a fighter later to be announced by Sampson Lewkowicz. Gabriel’s fight will be part of an evening of boxing that will include seven fights.  Four of the bouts will be home grown local boxing talent.  A total of three female World Champions will be part of the evening‘s fight card.

Ticket prices will be:  52,000, 36,400, 26,00, 15,600 and 5,200 Colones.  Tickets will go on sale on Friday, February 18, 2011.

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