Thank you for your support! Our readership has hit a new high over the last two months. This last week was our best ever! The holiday weekend has been a time to decompress after all the happens of the last couple weeks. We have some exciting changes coming over the next few weeks and months and I just want to thank you for your continued support. Now back to the reason you’re here in the first place, BOXING. Below are some punches in bunches from around the state.
Gary “Stone Cold” Eyer was in great spirits after his second TKO of Scott Robinson. Gary again told me how scared he was going into the ring, but those who were there or have watched the web-cast know Eyer was more scary than scared.
I had an opportunity to talk with “T-Rex” RJ Laase Saturday. He gave credit to Hecotor Orozco for coming to Duluth and taking care of business. RJ is a very smart young boxer and understands the opportunity this gives him to learn from Thursday nights action. I have no doubt the next time we see Laase, he will be better than ever.
Tyler Hultin lived up to the talk. You really could not ask for a better start to a professional career than an early knock out. I was able to chat with Tyler after his fight Thursday night. First off, Tyler, his dad, his fans, were all class. This is another talented and classy fighter from Fergus Falls MN. He was in great spirits after his fight with Craig, he said he was really looking forward to being able to fight in Duluth again.
In just under two weeks the most stacked announced card will take place at Grand Casino Hinckley, June 5. Phil “The Drill” Williams is living up to his talk in taking on a very difficult challenge in Jaidon Codrington. Marcus Oliveira will be facing another TV show star in Otis Griffin. ”Golden” Caleb Truax is stepping up competition and taking on a lefty in his quest to get a shot at Minnesota’s middleweight champ, Andy “Kaos” Kolle. Willshaun Boxley looks to finally get in the ring with Thomas Snow.
June 6, Shooting Star Casino has a show featuring, Chris Holt vs Jonathan Corn. Also on the card will be, Patrick Cape, Marty Lindquist and more.
Zach “Jungleboy” Walters and Andy “Kaos” Kolle will be making their return to the ring June 18 at Grandma’s Sports Garden. It looks like they will be giving their desired weight class’s a shot, Kaos at 154 and Jungle at 168. Those that want to see the action in person, please get in touch with one of Horton’s fighters, Horton’s gym or Grandma’s for tickets as soon as possible, with both Kolle and Walters on the card, tickets will be gone soon. You can also reserve tickets by going to our contact page and leave us a message with “tickets” in the subject line and how you can be contacted.