RAN NAKASH LOOKS TO STAY
UNDEFEATED AGAINST DAVE BRUNELLI IN
ANTICIPATED BOUT APRIL 3RD
AT THE LEGENDARY BLUE HORIZON
PHILADELPHIA (February 20, 2009)-On
Friday night, April 3rd one of more
intriguing matchups to have hit
Philadelphia in a long time will take
place when undefeated Israeli sensation,
Ran Nakash battles former Heavyweight
prospect and extremely popular Dave
Brunelli in the eight round Cruiserweight
main event of an exciting night of boxing
at The Legendary Blue Horizon in
The great card is promoted by Vernoca
L. Michael and Blue Horizon Boxing
This fight harkens back to the days
where great ethnic battles between Jewish
and Italian fighters were commonplace in
the sport of boxing.
Nakash of Haifa, Israel has not only
become a staple at The Legendary Blue
Horizon but he has become one of the most
popular fighters in Philadelphia.
This will be his ninth appearance at
The Legendary Blue Horizon as he has won
his previous eight fights at the Blue with
five knockouts. Overall Nakash is 17-0
with thirteen knockouts.
In his last outing on February 6th,
Naksah bludgeoned Ryan Carrol (7-1) in two
After that fight, Nakash went back to
Israel and re-assumed his place in the
Israeli Army to fight against unrest that
is going on in the Middle East.
Brunelli is one of the most popular
fighters in Philadelphia as the Northeast
Philly native has built up a great fan
base that has supported him throughout his
five year career.
Brunelli has a record of 8-4 with three
knockouts and is itching to get back in
the win column after losing two straight.
Brunelli is coming off a first round
knockout at the hands of former U.S.
Olympian Devin Vargas (15-0) last May in
Brunelli is undefeated (2-0) at The
Legendary Blue Horizon with the high point
being a unanimous decision victory over
Aaron Lyons in June of 2007.
Ironically it was Lyons who handed
another out of town Philly favorite, Joey
Abell his first loss.
A lot of the talk around town has
Brunelli springing the upset on April 3rd.
In one of the exciting co-features just
added with be a six round Jr. Welterweight
battle of Philadelphians as Tyric "Too
Sweet" Robinson taking on Julias Edmonds
in what will possibly a "show stealer"
Robinson has one of best reputations in
town and he has amassed a record of 9-3-1
with three knockouts.
Robinson is a slick boxer with
deceiving power. This will be Robinson's
seventh start at The Legendary Blue
Robinson has taken on some very good
fighters such as Chris Fernandez (14-3);
Lenny DeVictoria and Jason Cintron (8-0)
and will be looking to get back in the win
column after dropping an eight round
unanimous to decision to Cintron back on
October 17th at The Legendary Blue
Edmonds has one of the biggest hearts
around as he looks to fight all of his
fights in a "Phone Booth"
That style is exciting to the fans and
Edmonds is constantly in the "Fight of The
Edmonds has a record of 4-3 as is 4-1
at The Legendary Blue Horizon.
He is coming off an exciting six round
unanimous six round unanimous decision
victory over Linwood Hurd on February 6th.
More exciting bout will be announced
shortly which will include the return of
Elad Shmouel on April 3rd.
These fights will be streamed live all
over the world on www.gofightlive.tv
Ticket prices for this great night of
boxing are $200 for Queen Seating, $125
for Presidential seats, $65 for VIP, $55
for Ringside, and $45 for General
Admission and can be purchased by calling
The Legendary Blue Horizon at
1-215-763-0500. Doors open at 6:30 PM /
1st bout begins at 7:30 PM
The Legendary Blue Horizon is located
at 1314 North Broad Street in
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