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Thread: Steve Bujaj To Fight For WBC Cruiser Crown

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    Steve Bujaj To Fight For WBC Cruiser Crown

    Budding Cruiser Star Steve Bujaj Fights For WBC International Crown May 15!

    ??Brooklyn, NY (April 25, 2014)---Dmitriy Salita's reputation for making fan-friendly fights is growing every day. ??
    Salita's Star of David Promotions is pleased to announce the feature for their May 15 card at the Millenium Theater in Bright Beach, Brooklyn, NY. Steve Bujaj will battle for the WBC International cruiserweight belt against 10-0 (9 KOs) contender Junior "Hurricane" Wright, an Illinois resident.
    ??"This is an incredible main event," Salita said. "Much respect to both fighters, who are willing to step up and fight a fight is risky for both fighters. This fight, by far, is biggest test for both. This fight will be for the WBC international cruiserweight title, and will get the winner close to a shot at a world title."
    ??Both men have ample amateur experience and are looking to scramble quickly up the cruiserweight ladder. Bujaj, now 12-0 (9 KOs) is a two-time NY Golden Gloves champion, while Wright won three Chicago Golden Gloves titles.
    ??Other talents slated to appear on the Salita card include: heavyweight rising star Jarrell Miller, junior middleweight contender Steve Martinez, superb super featherweight Amanda Serrano, and rising prospects Dimash Niyazov and Adam Kownacki.????Tickets can be purchased at www.dsalita.com or by calling (646)481-5558 ??Ticket priced at $125 (VIP), $100 (Ringside), $80, $60 & $40.

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    Re: Steve Bujaj To Fight For WBC Cruiser Crown

    Okay, I wouldn't blame anyone for snickering.

    Here we have two guys with 22 fights combined competing for an INTERNATIONAL title. Shucks, why not broaden the sphere and bill it for the inter-galactic cruiserweight title?

    But low budget shows like this are the lifeblood of the sport, hark back to a better time, and often provide more entertainment than a show with a big budget.

    I hope that Mr. Salita keeps on keepin' on.

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