By Steve Kim
After more than a two year hiatus from the ring, Dusty Harrison (30-0-1, 16 KO's) is now slated to make his return in his hometown of Washington D.C.
"I'm fighting on December 1st, it's at a new arena that they just built, "Hernandez said of the Entertainment and Sports Arena which is the home of the WNBA Mystics. Hernandez, who last fought on September 15th, 2016 (a 10 round decision victory over Thomas LaManna) will be facing veteran trialhorse, James Winchester in a junior middleweight contest.
This particular card which will also feature the likes of Dominic Wade and Sam Crossed is being promoted by Tricky Entertainment, a local outfit from the DC area.
Harrison's career had been bogged down by a failed relationship with RocNation Sports, who he recently got his release from. He makes makes that he is a free agent but says he would be willing to continue his relationship with Tricky Promotions, telling BoxingScene.com - ''I know they have plans of doing multiple shows here in D.C. and if it works out it would be great for me to be able to build here.
"They've got some money and they haven't been cheap about anything."
Chris Middendorf, the matchmaker for this card, says tickets for this event will go on sale later this week.
Steve Kim is the news editor for BoxingScene.com.