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Mundine vs McKart To Move Forward On July 14 in Vegas

Millennium Events, Inc. in association with Wealth TV proudly present World Class Championship boxing scheduled to take place July 14, 2012 inside the award winning “Pearl” theatre at the Palms Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas NV.   The prestigious event billed as "WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE" really promises to deliver outstandingly exhilarating match-ups to the fans at ringside and millions of television viewers worldwide as it  will feature some of the world's premium boxers of our era competing at their best.
 
In the main event, the former two time World Champion Anthony “The Man” Mundine (43-4-0) will take on former WBO and IBA Light Middleweight Champion, Bronco “Superman” McKart (54-9-1) in a ten round bout... In the clash of “The Man" vs "Superman" the winner will surely be rewarded with another opportunity to fight for a World Title or a huge marquee fight in the next outing.  Despite enjoying the status as the most popular and recognized Australian boxer today, this will be Mundine's first USA appearance as he endeavors to win over American fans with his debut performance. However, there will be no shortage of support from his loyal fans at ringside including celebrities ready to cheer their hero to a win on American soil. Actor Russell Crowe who is a good friend and a huge fan promised to be at Anthony's side for the big collision July 14.
 
Hailing from Sydney, Down Under  Anthony “The Man” Mundine has bravely called out to the boxing's elite names including Floyd Mayweather and the rest of the highly rated Champions. He believes that coming to Mayweater's back yard and producing an impressive win is exactly what he needs to deserve the right for a Mega fight with Floyd.
 
Bronco “Superman” McKart on the other hand is determined and hungry to fulfill his dream of winning a third World Title honor. He is coming off three solid wins and feels ready for whatever Mundine has to offer. Undoubtedly, there will be fireworks in the making when these two collide!
 
In the co-main feature deserving of the main event status on its own, Russia's best light heavyweight boxer, WBO International Champion, WBO #1 and IBF#5 rated Dmitry Sukhotsky will be making his USA debut against  the dangerous Cornelius  "Da Beast" White (19-1-0) from Houston, Texas for the IBF International Light-Heavyweight Title in a twelve round bout. Russia vs USA knock out artist vs big puncher promises to have all the ingredients of a real fans Championship fight which may not go the distance. Both of the combatants are big punchers and have compiled an impressive total of twenty nine knockouts between them. They will be expected to come out with bombing raids from the outset as the winner of this contest should solidify the World #1 ranking and Mandatory obligation to fight for a World Title.
 
In a Special Heavyweight attraction scheduled for eight rounds will be featured the hard hitting sensation Olanrewaju “God's Power” Durodola (9-0-0) formerly from Nigeria now calling Kansas his home. Given that he has stopped eight out of his nine previous opponents inside the distance and seven of those inside the first round, he has been compared by some critics and fans to a young “Iron” Mike Tyson. 

His opponent will be the tuff and ever exciting Henry Namauu (10-4-0) from Las Vegas, Nevada. This will be the toughest test for Duradola as he will learn if he has what it takes against the battle tested Namauu to move to the next level.
 
The undercard bouts will feature upcoming boxers and local favorites from the West Coast and Las Vegas area.

In a highly anticipated rematch of Light-Flyweights, Edwin Reyes will take on Yosigey Ramirez. In their last encounter April 13, they fought to an exciting draw and received a standing ovation from the fans at ringside.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 06-06-2012

who wrote this trash of an article???No way I could support this terrible main event...

Comment by Thickear on 06-06-2012

[QUOTE] will feature some of the world's premium boxers of our era competing at their best.[/QUOTE] That overview obviously doesn't include the main event.

Comment by Greatwhitehope on 06-06-2012

Stopped reading at 'most popular Australian boxer'

Comment by Drunk Punch on 06-06-2012

I bet Mayweather has a hard time sleeping knowing Mundine is out there. His kryptonite.

Comment by Hougigo on 06-06-2012

The one guy who can beat Mayweather... lol. He's taking on the dangerous.... McKart

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