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Boxer Shane Cameron’s Back To Business


Boxer Shane Cameron’s Back To Business – On Maori Television!

Maori Television will screen free-to-air live coverage of boxer Shane ‘Mountain Warrior’ Cameron’s fight against African American Jonathan Haggler in CAMERON’S BACK TO BUSINESS on Friday April 11 from 8.00 PM to 11.00 PM.

Cameron – who has a record of 20 fights for 19 wins and 1 loss with 17 coming by way of a knockout – will take on tough 6’4” Jonathan Haggler in Auckland. Haggler has the same number of professional fights as Cameron: 20 fights but with 18 wins and 2 losses (with one of his losses due to a shoulder dislocation during the fight).

CAMERON’S BACK TO BUSINESS will include three top undercard fights as well as Cameron’s clash with Jonathan Haggler. Cameron’s manager, Ken Reinsfield, says it is fantastic that Maori Television is screening the fight live and free-to-air. Cameron will make a guest appearance on Maori Television’s award-winning sports entertainment show CODE to talk about the upcoming fight tonight – Thursday March 6 – from 8.30 PM.

“Shane is Maori – affiliated to Rongomaiwahine – so we’re very excited to be working with a channel that is willing to support Shane and give him and the sport of professional boxing the coverage it deserves,” says Reinsfield. “This is a very dangerous opponent with huge knockout ability – it’s a very explosive match-up. Plus there are top quality undercards on the night.”

Get ready to rumble when Shane ‘Mountain Warrior’ Cameron takes on Jonathan Haggler – live and free-to-air only on Maori Television from Auckland’s SKYCITY Convention Centre – in CAMERON’S BACK TO BUSINESS on Friday April 11 from 8.00 PM to 11.00 PM.


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