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Meet the Tua vs King UNDERCARDS

Meet the Tua vs King UNDERCARDS (Leti, Warren, Vaitele, Pele & Warren)

Boxing supporters, families and friends are warmly invited to meet and farewell the Tua vs King UNDERCARDS of Leti Leti, Warren Fuiava, Vaitele Soi and Pele Faumui as well as Oli Filimaua before returning home.


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Leti will return to Las Vegas on Sunday where he is now based and train after his explosive win over veteran Paz Viejo in a first round knock out. This is Leti’s last fight in New Zealand and will not return for a long time as he pursues his dream for a world championship in the USA.

Warren, Vaitele, Pele and Oli who are also managed by Event Polynesia will return to Samoa next Wednesday to prepare for their next assignment here in Auckland in June. The four boxers are following in the foot steps of Shane Cameron, David Tua and Maselino Masoe to be the next New Zealand champions.

Come and MEET THE BOXERS and be part of the winning team:
• This SATURDAY 2 April at Guada Club, Manukau between 8pm – 10pm. Admission free.
• Coming MONDAY 4 April at Otara Music Centre, Otara between 6:30pm – 8pm. Admission free.

We will be selling Posters $2 and Calendars $5 on both evenings towards funding the boxers training. Donations are much appreciated

ENDS

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