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Joseph Parker vs 'The Tank' Williams

Published: Mon 8 Sep 2014 02:15 PM
Joseph Parker vs 'The Tank' Williams
See for yourself why former undisputed Heavyweight Champion Larry Holmes is so impressed with the lightning fast hands of New Zealand Heavyweight Champion Joseph Parkeras he goes into combat against one of the world’s most durable fighters Sherman ‘The Tank’ Williams on Thursday 16 October.
Your guests can expect:
• A sumptuous four course dinner
• Fine wines and beers
• Some of the best views in the house
• Six action packed bouts
The Tank possesses a rock hard chin, as good as David Tua and has only be stopped once in 52 fights in his 17 year career. Having knocked out more than half of the 36 opponents that he’s beaten, this will most certainly be Parker’stoughest challenge to date.
With William’s promising to bring his heavy hit’s, “bullets and gun smoke” and with Parker’s hand speed, this bout, scheduled for ten rounds, promises to be world-class.
The card will also feature New Zealand’s three round world champion and crowd pleaser, Dave Letele, ‘The Brown Buttabean’ along with light heavyweight prospect Nik ‘The Greek’ Charalampous.
Join us live for an evening of spectacular sporting entertainment, book your corporate table of 10 to secure the best view in the house.
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