Hector Camacho Jr., the son of the late, three-time World Champion boxer Hector "Macho" Camacho, headlines "Summer Throwdown 2", a world-class boxing event to be held at Frontier Field on Thursday, August 8. Camacho will face the light middleweight champion of Ireland, Lee Murtagh, in the main event.
Tickets can be purchased at the Frontier Field Box Office, Ray Ray's Bar, Mt. Hope Diner and at the Future Boxing Club. Prices are listed at $20, $30, $50, and $100. Ringside tables are also available from $1,500 to $2,000. Call 423-WING (9464) to order tickets by phone.
Click here to see a seating chart for the Aug 8 boxing event at Frontier Field.
Camacho, 34, enters this fight with a career 56-5-1 professional record with 31 knockouts while the 39-year-old Murtagh comes in with a 33-14 professional mark. Click here to read Democrat and Chronicle sports columnist Leo Roth's July 30 feature on Camacho.
The fight is scheduled for eight rounds and both fighters are expected to weigh in at 145 pounds. The exciting undercard will include Ryan McKenzy, Prichard Colon Melendez, Lavisas "Red" Williams, Russell Jordan, Brandon Williams, Marcus Hall, Miguel Rodriguez, Greg Brady, and Willie Monroe, Jr.
The promoter of "Summer Throwdown 2" is Mercedes Vazquez Simmons, President of Pretty Girl Promotions - www.prettygirlpromos.com.
Click here to see the official event poster.
The Rochester Red Wings are in their 11th season as the Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. The Red Wings are operated by Rochester Community Baseball, Inc. and have been a community-owned pro baseball franchise since 1957. Rochester's pro baseball history dates back to 1885.
To order tickets for any upcoming Red Wings home game,
* purchase in person at the Frontier Field Ticket Office
* call 423-WING (9464) to order by phone with credit card
Hours for in person/phone orders:
Monday through Friday 9 AM-5 PM, Saturday 10 AM to 2 PM (closed on non-home game Sundays)
Game Days - Monday through Friday, 9 AM through end of fifth inning or one and a half hours after game time; Sat. and Sun. 10 AM through end of fifth inning or one and a half hours after game time.
or click here to order Red Wings game tickets on-line right now.
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