By Steve Kim
Last week. ShoBox aired a quadruple-header that featured the likes of heavyweight Jarrell Miller and lightweight Mason Menard from Rochester, New York. Now, the series which has help develop a multitude of world champions, moves forward.
Gordon Hall, Sr. V.P of Production and Executive Producer of ShoBox tells BoxingScene.com - "We have a September 23rd ShoBox. We're going to open up with Trey Lippe-Morrison - Tommy Morrison's son who's with Tony Holden, who of course had Tommy Morrison. I'm in conversations to try and get him to fight Ed Lattimore, who with RocNation(Sports) and is 13-0 but that's not confirmed."
Morrison, a heavyweight like his father trains at the Wild Card Boxing Club under the tutelage of Freddie Roach.
Hall mentioned that this broadcast will be filled out with fights involving Ivan Golub (who is scheduled to face James Stevenson), Ivan Baranchyk and Travis Peterkin. This card will take place from the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma.
Then on November 4th there will be ShoBox that will be promoted by Banner Promotions and feature Taras Shelestyuk in the main event.
Steve Kim is the news editor for BoxingScene.com.