BROOKLYN, NY (October 11, 2012) - Welterweight Contender Dmitriy Salita to appear at Brighton Beach and Public workout at Fight Factory Gym.
Dmitriy Salita returns home to Brooklyn after completing an intense training camp in Detroit's famed Kronk Gym to meet his fans ahead of the highly anticipated evening of World Championship Boxing at the new Barclays Center.
Dmitriy's dream is coming true with the opening of Barclay Center boxing Saturday, October 20 in his beloved Brooklyn. Salita is the Extra Added Attraction that night to compliment the Four World Championship Fights. Dmitriy enjoys great popularity as a Brooklyn prizefighter, motivational speaker and role model for local youth groups. "I'm only one or two fights away from a World Title fight in my beautiful home borough of Brooklyn", said Dmitry Salita
"I want Paulie Maignaggi to defend his welterweight title successfully on the 20th, so we can fight in The Battle of Brooklyn for his 147-pound world championship soon after. Wouldn't that be great?", "I'm excited. If I wasn't fighting on the card there is no way I would not be there. I know I'll be seeing lots of my friends in the crowd a week from Saturday. They always give me such generous support."
Both events are open to press and boxing fans.
Schedule of Dmitriy's appearances:
WHEN: Sunday, October 14, 2012 - 12:00 PM
WHERE: Tatiana restaurant
3152 Brighton 6th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11235
WHAT: Dmitriy will be joined by NY State Senator David Storobin, Dmitriy's trainers Arnold Jayvon Hill and Nirmal Lorick, and Hall of Fame Golden Boy publicist Bill Caplan. The group will meet the press and fans to discuss Dmitriy's preparations and the significance of return of world championship boxing to Brooklyn.
WHEN: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 - 6:30 PM
WHERE: Fight Factory Gym
24 Cobeck Court
Brooklyn, New York
WHAT: Dmitriy will hold a public work out where he will go through a training regimen and talk about the preparations for the upcoming night of world championship boxing on October 20th.
Tickets are priced at $50, $100, $200 and $300.
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