Sunday, April 22, 2018
by Clip Syndicate
This weekend, professional boxing is coming to Biloxi with plans to stick around for a while if all goes according to plan. On Saturday, the IP Hotel and Casino will be hosting a show featuring seven fights headlined by heavyweight boxer Michael Hunter in the main event. Boxing Promoter Ron Weathers says he hopes to turn this into a monthly showcase with future sights set on hosting matches at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum. Even after several decades in the business, Weathers says there’s nothing like the trill of a live fight while Hunter sees this bout as an opportunity to work towards his ultimate goal. "Hopefully I'll be getting a fight with my stable mate Deontay Wilder and we can link up again cause he's a heavyweight champ. We were stable mates in 2008 for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing." Weathers said, “It's the excitement of the moment that gets you because it's two guys in there banging each other and it wakes you right up, believe me it does. When they start knocking fire from each other you start screaming one way or another, it gets you on the edge of your seat. It's not like wrestling, wrestling is just entertainment, but this is the real thing.” Weathers says tickets range anywhere from $20 to $50 plus fees and taxes with the doors opening at 6 p.m.   [READ MORE]
Special Olympics
by Clip Syndicate
Olympics Fundraiser   [READ MORE]
Rockford boxer Angel Martinez Takes Gold In Jr Olympics   [READ MORE]
Rising sophomore Austin Wiley and incoming freshman Chuma Okeke have been selected finalists for the USA Basketball U19 World Cup Team. The team was cut from 27 to 18 on Tuesday following four sessions at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.   [READ MORE]
Special Olympics Summer Games: GJ Soccer Team Wins Gold   [READ MORE]
day 2 special olympics
by Clip Syndicate
day 2 special olympics   [READ MORE]
Sports Friday June 9th
by Clip Syndicate
Find out if the Cavaliers can keep their season alive in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Pilots offense looks to stay hot, and opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics Alaska summer games.   [READ MORE]

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