BAY ST. LOUIS, MS – Hollywood Casino Bay St. Louis announced that the winning team at “Brawlin in N’awlins” lead by boxing promoter Leslie Bonano will host another exiting boxing event at the casino on Saturday, July, 10th at 8p.m.
“This card will showcase exciting and outstanding pro boxing and introduce ‘new blood’ as well as bring back some crowd favorite fighters from the previously sold-out events,” said Bonano.
In the main event Middleweights Zane “The Train,” Marks (17 wins – 5 losses, 10 knockouts) from Golden Meadow, Louisiana, will duke it out with Derrick “Superman,” Findley (16 wins–3 losses – 10 knockouts). Findley hails from Gary, Indiana.
Marks, who at age 17 was trained by the late Frank James from Baton Rouge, La, and is managed by Damien St. Pierre, has been in the ring with former champions Will McIntyre and Lucien Bute. Marks lost by a split decision in his latest bout against the World Boxing Council’s 8th ranked fighter Kingsley Ikeke in a bout that put Ileke’s NABA title on the line. Findley’s a hard fighter and his losses came at the hands of unbeaten fighters Adre Ward and Andre Dirrell, rated in the Top 3 in the world ratings.
The under card will feature unbeaten Marcus McDaniel from New Orleans who now sports a record of 3 wins and 0 losses. “McDaniel is the hottest young prospect to come out of New Orleans in many years,” said Bonano.
Casey Adams will make his professional boxing debut after a very celebrated amateur career winning the Jr. Olympics and the Golden Glove Championships. He will fight in the Welterweight Division.
Mark Salser has record of 9 wins and 0 losses. He hails from Mansfield Ohio will also appear on the under card as he travels the country to gain experience. Two other outstanding bouts will be added to the card.
Don’t miss the Battle in the Bay at Hollywood Casino Bay St. Louis. Hurry, these fighting events will sell out soon. Tickets are $20, $50 and $100 and on sale now at the Gift Shop or call 1-800-229-2683. MATCHES, FIGHTS AND FIGHTERS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Must be at least 21 to attend. Visit www.hollywoodcasinobsl.com.