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Joseph Parker's next fight - Auckland, March 5

Joseph Parker's next fight - Auckland, March 5

Joseph Parker is set to light up Auckland's Vodafone Events Centre this March 5th, 2015when he takes on Jason ‘The Technician’ Pettaway!

The prospect of facing up to New Zealand’s best isn’t worrying The Technician, with the slick counter-puncher confidently declaring that he will “show the world the chinks in Parker’s armour”.

As well as a fantastic night of in-ring action, you can expect:
• A delectable four-course dinner.
• A selection of premium wine and beer.
• The best seats in the house, seeing the action up close and personal!
Get set for a night of explosive boxing action, with an undercard stacked with local and international talent featuring Polish heavyweight Izuagbe Ugonoh, Kiwi contender Reece Papuni and the infamous Brown Buttabean!

Join us at the Vodafone Events Centre for an evening of spectacular sporting entertainment! This will be one of only two fights Joseph will have in Auckland this year, so don't miss out, book your corporate table of 10 now to secure the best seats in the house!

For corporate sales, contact Donna Churton on 09 309 2400 or 027 545 5353 ordonna@duco.co.nz
or visit www.duco.co.nz

General Admission tickets now available throughwww.ticketdirect.co.nz

ENDS

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