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Fight Week Press Conference

ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK SUPER 8 REDEMPTION:

Fight Week Press Conference

Fight night is only three days away, tensions are mounting as the SUPER 8 title challengers and Last Man Standing contenders, gather to face the public now the hard work has been done.

Also the SLOGGER, Jesse Ryder has taken the week off cricket to silence controversial BLOGGER Cameron Slater. 

The face off this time will cut quite a different picture, with Slater coming off an 8 week professional boxing camp to prepare and losing 17 kilo's in the process.

Ryder has been juggling his cricket commitments - begging the question: Will his athletic gifts be enough to halt an extremely well prepared Slater ?

Please join us at 11.00 am on Wednesday 25th at CITY BOXING for the ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK SUPER 8 REDEMPTION, fight week Press Conference.

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