Fresh off one of the best boxing shows of 2010, Havoc Boxing Promotions will return to the Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn that will feature world ranked Super Middleweight, Curtis “Showtime” Stevens in the ten round main event.
Bouts featuring Undefeated Light Heavyweight Will Rosinsky, undefeated Welterweight and former U.S. Olympian Sadam Ali as well as undefeated Featherweight Joselito Collado will serve as the co-features on the loaded card.
Stevens, of the boxing hotbed of the Brownsville section of Brooklyn is one of the most feared punchers in the Super Middleweight division and has a record of 21-3 with fifteen knockouts.
Stevens started out his career as one of the most ballyhooed prospects in boxing as he racked up thirteen straight victories with eleven knockouts. After suffering a controversial stoppage defeat to veteran Marcos Primera, Stevens scored a eight round unanimous decision in the rematch that took place four months later.
After winning four consecutive bouts, Stevens dropped a ten round unanimous decision to former U.S. Olympian Andre Dirrell in a bout that was shown on HBO.
Stevens went on to win four consecutive bouts which included a three round pounding over then undefeated Piotr Wilczewski (22-0) in front of predominantly Polish crowd in Newark, New Jersey.
In Stevens last bout, he came out strong before dropping a twelve round unanimous decision to former member of the Contender Jesse Brinkley (34-5) in an IBF title elimination bout on January 29 in Brinkley’s hometown of Reno, Nevada.
Uundefeated Light Heavyweight Will Rosinsky will see action an eight round bout against Miguel Hernandez. Rosinsky has a record of 12-0 with seven knockouts and has quickly become one of the most popular fighters in the New York area.
The native of Brooklyn has developed a string fan base as he has fought eleven of his twelve pro bouts in New York and has been steadily stepping up the competition.
In his last bout, Rosinsky made his second appearance at the famed Madison Square Garden and stopped Angel David Gonzalez in three rounds as part of the Ivan Calderon – Jesus Iribe undercard that took place on June 12th.
Ali of Brooklyn, New York is fast becoming one of the best prospects in the United States as the twenty-one year old has improved in each bout and is growing into his power.
After winning his first seven bouts and only three by knockout, Ali has stepped the competition and has shown tremendous punching prowess in disposing tough Philadelphia fighter Julias Edmonds on July 16th in Newark, New Jersey.
In his last bout, Ali had his most impressive outing to date has he stopped iron chinned Lennin Arroyo in five rounds on August 21st as part of the Tomasz Adamek – Michael Grant Pay Per View Undercard
Collado of Queens, New York has quietly racked up eleven straight wins with three knockouts to begin his pro career. The Featherweight has some nice wins on his ledger which includes his first round destruction of Philadelphia prospect Jules Blackwell (8-2-2) and his last outing when he outboxed upset specialist Andreas Ledesma on August 7th at The Aviator Sports Complex.
A terrific undercard is being assembled that will include welterweight Anthony Irons (3-0-1, 2 KO’s) of the Bronx; Light Heavyweight Seanie Monaghan (2-0, 2 KO’s); Lightweight Michael Brooks (1-0, 1 KO)of Long Island, NY; Lightweight Shemuel Pagan (1-0) of Brooklyn, NY; and Ex Army Lieutenant Boyd Melson will make his pro debut in a four round Jr. Welterweight bout.
Tickets for this special night of boxing are priced at $50 for all seats and can be purchased at the Following Locations:
The Aviator Box Office, Gleasons Gym (718) 797 2872, Sadam Ali Boxing & Fitness Center (917) 807 3630, New Legend Boxing Club (718) 487 4474.