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'Fight will be a sell-out'

Moiz Munif
Saturday, February 10, 2018

WESTWOOD Boxing promoter Praneel Dass believes that his boxing program scheduled for next Friday at the Novotel Suva Lami Bay convention centre in Lami will be a sell-out.

Speaking at a press conference at the Holiday Inn yesterday Dass confirmed he has had positive feedback for the event.

"More than 40 per cent of the tickets have been sold and the remaining is selling fast. We are looking at an exciting program and I'm sure before the event all tickets will sell out," Dass said.

Tickets for the program can be purchased from Digicel outlets. General area tickets are $50 while ring side is $100.

Sebastian "Sniper" Singh will be fighting Thailand's Jomyuth Sor Narongchai in the main event.

Meanwhile Boxing Commission of Fiji has revealed the details of other boxing programs this year.

Next programs:

February 16: Westwood Promotion, Novotel, Lami

March 17: Majesty Promotions - Suva

April: TBC - Kiran Boxing Promotion

May 5: Westwood Boxing Promotion , Nadi

June 23: Canada Fiji Southern Promotion

August 4: Westwood Boxing Promotions, Nadi

September 1: Kiran Promotion, Venue TBC

September 15: Canada Fiji Southern, Nadi

October 6: Westwood Promotions Suva

November 3: Kiran Promotion , Venue TBC

November 24: Canada Fiji Southern, Nadi

December 8-16: Westwood Promotion- Labasa

December 15: Canada Fiji Southern, Nadi








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