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Tommy Zbikowski Added To Vanes vs. Roman FSN Card
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Baltimore Ravens safety Tommy Zbikowski returns to the ring on a Top Rank Live! championship event at the WinStar World Casino, Thackerville, Oklahoma, on Saturday, April 23. The fight card will be televised live by FSN.

Zbikowski will take on Blake Warner of Oklahoma City in a four round bout. Zibikowski, former captain of the Notre Dame football team, will train in Detroit with Hall of Fame trainer Emanuel Steward.

"I love playing football," said Tommy. "But I take my boxing very seriously."

In the main event, Vanes Martirosyan of Glendale, Ca. will take on Saul Roman of Mexico in a title fight.

In the opening televised bout, unbeaten Texas contender Roberto Marroquin faces Frankie Leal of Mexico.

Tags: Vanes Martirosyan , Tommy Zbikowski , Saul Roman , Martirosyan vs Roman , Martirosyan-Roman


 

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comment by Kevin Malone, on 04-01-2011
[QUOTE=Spray_resistant]Don't see why he is getting so much attention he only has what two fights, if he beats someone good then I will be interested.[/QUOTE] Probably because he's a player in the NFL which is by far the biggest sports league and most popular form of entertainment in the United...

comment by Spray_resistant, on 03-31-2011
Don't see why he is getting so much attention he only has what two fights, if he beats someone good then I will be interested.

comment by Rockin', on 03-31-2011
I give any man credit for stepping up to fight in a professional ring, it is not easy in there. But this guy lacks skill, he will be hurt once he fights a guy with a pulse........Rockin':boxing:

comment by tx_boxing, on 03-31-2011
[QUOTE=ИATAS206;10310908]Good for him. And before people come in the thread and say "oh he struggled with a bum he'll never be anything!" the guy deserves credit for even giving the tough sport of boxing a shot. He's well off and has money, as he gets paid very well from being in the NFL...

comment by -Antonio-, on 03-31-2011
[QUOTE=onechance87]who gives a shlt if hes a football player.Theres other fighters who deserve attention.A bum will knock him out.[/QUOTE] A lot of people do. He puts boxing in the national spotlight and I hope he does well. He adds fans to ever event.

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