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Said Ouali, Jackson Bonsu Back on Sept. 21 in Belgium

BFN-Group , a world class kickboxing promotional company, is proud to announce that the company has decided to further expand its activities and has scheduled their first boxing event on Sept 21st in the Lotto Arena in Antwerp, Belgium. The private company is based in Belgium and owned by Swiss investors.

Mr. Nicolas Bourg, CEO of BFN Group, has a passion for boxing and wants to boost boxing into Belgium. "Belgium has a long boxing history, not to many people know that Sugar Ray Robinson fought twice in Belgium (Brussels and Antwerp)” Bourg said in latest announcement.

During the first boxing event , BFN will present a major fight card for Belgium, Said Ouali (won 28 (KO 20) + lost 4) will return to Belgium, after the controversial fight against Bailey in 2010. Ouali currently training and living in Miami, Florida will headline the spectacular event from BFN. On the undercard Jackson Osei Bonsu, Harut Grigorian, Delfine Persoon and Herve Hubeaux have already been confirmed for this major Belgium event.

The event “Boxing Fight Night” will be a first of a serie of boxing events scheduled in Belgium and other European markets. For its first event, BFN signed a deal with the Belgium broadcasting channel Sporting Telenet for live broadcast of their event in Antwerp. Currently BFN is negotiating international TV coverage in numerous main boxing markets.

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