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Next Friday Night Fights Event to be Held in January at Dover Downs

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DOVER, Del.- Dover Downs Hotel & Casino announces the next Friday Night Fights series event will take place on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, in the Rollins Center.

Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Dec. 5 at noon for between $40 - $200 and may be purchased by calling VIP Services at 800-711-5882 or visiting doverdowns.com.

Headlining the event will be heavyweight superstar Amir "Hardcore" Mansour, winner of the World Boxing Foundation Intercontinental heavyweight championship title. Mansour, out of Wilmington, Del., has a flawless record of 16 wins, 12 by knockout.

Female super featherweight champion "Queen" Ronica Jeffrey, 11(1)-0, of Brooklyn, N.Y., headlines the undercard.

Also appearing on the undercard will be featherweight Omar "Super O" Douglas, 6(4)-0, of Wilmington, Del.; WBF Intercontinental super middleweight champion "Mighty" Mike Tiberi, 20(7)-1, of Wilmington, Del.; light heavyweight "The Bull" Anthony "Caputo" Smith, 13(10)-1, of Kennett Square, Pa.; and light welterweight "Rockin" Ryan Belasco, 17(3)-5-3, of Wilmington, Del.

The first bout will begin at 7:30 p.m. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Will call will be open from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. Visit doverdowns.com for updates.

Event, times and card are subject to change or cancellation without notice.

 

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