Casino Class World Boxing

Casino Class, World Boxing

Wednesday 19th March 2014, Jupiters Hotel & Casino, Broadbeach.

 

WBO Welterweight Title

Jeff Horn  V’s  Rivan Cesaire

 Jeff Horn is on a fast track up the World Rankings, with a great attitude and determination to succeed.

With an impressive amateur career Jeff has definitely made an impression coming into the professional ranks, with a record of 6 Wins (5 by KO) & 1 Draw.  He has said “I will fight anyone”, and he wants to fight the best in Australia.

Jeff & Rivan meet back on 8th August 2013, this was shaping up to be a boxing war, but unfortunately Rivan got a large cut over his eye in the 3rd round and the bout was deemed a draw.

 

 

 

 

Rivan Cesaire is after the same goals as Jeff, with a record of 11 Wins (3 by KO), 4 Losses & 1 Draw.

Rivan originating from Cameroon now residing in Melbourne, also has an impressive amateur career.

He has only had 1 bout since his draw with Jeff having to have 6 weeks off for his cut to heal.  Jeff has been busy with 3 bouts on his record since then.

This will be an absolute battle, with both fighters wanting this Title.

 

 

 

 

 

Australian Heavyweight Title

Bowie Tupou  V’s  Nick Guivas                                                                                                                                      

With over 12 months out of the ring, Bowie Tupou is ready to climb the “Boxing Ladder” once again.

Bowie started his career with legendary trainer Johnny Lewis in 2006, having 9 fights for 9 wins. With opponents getting hard to find in Australia he made the journey to the USA in 2007.

Now settled back in Australia he is ready to continue his career. With a record of 23 Wins (16 by KO) & only 3 Losses, still young at 31yrs he had the opportunity to reach the ultimate level in boxing “Heavyweight World Champion”.

 

Making a Return to the Ring!!

John Hopoate is making a come back at the young age of 41.

His last bout was 18th March 2010 against Shane Cameron, with John being disqualified for holding, wrestling and ignoring warnings.

John has always had controversy in his football and boxing careers but with a record of 12 Wins (11 by KO) & 5 Losses he is no “mug” in the sport of boxing.

For the first hand interview on his come back http://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/sport/local-sport/former-nrl-bad-boy-john-hopoate-to-resurrect-boxing-career-on-the-gold-coast/story-fnj94izo-1226793560873

Queensland Lightweight Title – 8 x 3

Kane Cassells  V’s  Matt Casboult

Undercard Fights

Marco Monarco  V’s  James Porter

Luke Barclay  V’s  TBA

Byron Vince  V’s  TBA

Fight Card Subject to Changes by Promoter

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