New Jersey - KEA Boxing is coming to South Carolina! After establishing a solid reputation for displaying world-class talent at top-notch venues in New Jersey for the last several years, KEA has decided to take the show on the road. The April 11th show will feature an exciting night of world-class professional boxing at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina . KEA plans on doing consistent shows this year, and to start doing them all over the country.
A sellout is expected at the Citadel's McAllister Field House, which provides seating for approximately 6000 fans. KEA 's commitment to deliver competitive fights to boxing fans for very reasonable prices will continue. When people attend a KEA boxing show, they will always get their money's worth in an impressive atmosphere with an action packed night of entertainment that the whole family can enjoy.
KEA will be featuring former heavyweight champion, "The Atlantic City Express" Bruce Seldon, 36-6, 32 KO's. Seldon has started a come back in the hopes that he will regain the form that lead him to the heavyweight championship of the world. After losing his title to Mike Tyson and retiring for seven and a half years, Seldon feels that he still has a lot left. At this point he truly believes that he still can compete with the best the heavyweight division has to offer.
Featherweight contender Rogers "The Tiger" Mtagwa, 22-11-2, 16 KO's , lost his USBA title in his last fight by split decision. The crowd-pleasing Philadelphia slugger has a deceiving record and is determined to put on a good show for the fans and get back on track.
Undefeated New Jersey prospect, light welterweight, Antonio "Tony the Tiger" Espinoza, 8-0, 1 KO will be stepping up to his first 6-round bout on the card. The impressive prospect from West New York, New Jersey is looking forward to picking up his third win in the last three months.
The son of 1976 Olympic gold medalist Howard Davis Jr.- light heavyweight, prospect Dyah "Ali" Davis, 9-0, 5 KO's and heavyweight prospect Kevin "Big Man" Barnett, 5-1-1, 3 KO's will both be featured on the card. The remainder of the card will consist of top local talent.