It's All Guts And Flair At Event Polynesia
It's All Guts And Flair At Event Polynesia Boxing Promotion Tomorrow
Source: Event Polynesia Boxing
Tomorrow's professional boxing promotion at the Otara Recreation Centre, Auckland is promising to be an all action from round one. It's been a while in New Zealand since twelve top professional boxers' line up under one roof.
The main event is a title fight of twelve rounds contest for the South Pacific Cruiserweight title between defending champion Bob Gasio of Samoa and Sakeasi Dakua of Fiji. Bob won the vacant title in February with a unanimous decision after twelve rounds over the Tongan Warrior Walter Pupua.
Of the five undercards bouts, four are heavyweight contests. According to Mr. Teleiai Su'a Edwin Puni, "With the big boys in the ring, there's going to be fireworks and big hits."
Former New Zealand heavyweight champion Daniel Tai of Cook Islands and Maori descent will square off with Seiaute Mailata of Samoa in a sex round contest. Seiaute had been an undercard in a number of Shane Cameron's fights and comes into the ring with a lot of experience.
Mohammed Azzaoui originally from Nigeria now fighting out of New Zealand steps into the ring tomorrow night with an impressive record including a number of world title challenges against Amosa Zinc of Samoa in a heavyweight four round contest. This is another fight to watch.
The other two heavyweight bouts will feature Joey Wilson of New Zealand against Moyoyo Mensah formerly of Ghana plus Robbie Adams of New Zealand against Oscar Siale of Tonga. In the middleweight division, Sosaia Vaka of Tonga will fight Fale Siaoloa of Samoa.
Two kick boxing amateur bouts start the program at 7:00 pm Tuesday, 13th May 2008 at Otara Recreation Centre. Tickets available on the night.
Please forward this information to anyone that is interested in supporting Pacific professional boxers, including keen boxing fans who may like to attend the upcoming promotion. Event Polynesia Boxing promotes smoke free, alcohol and drug free events, so bring out the whole family.