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Holmes Loses Final Fight by Decision

by on Apr.01, 2012, under Boxing News

According to the Post-Tribune, Jimmy “The Fighting School Teacher” Holmes lost his final fight by decision.  You can read their account at the following link:

http://posttrib.suntimes.com/sports/11644248-556/holmes-loses-final-fight-by-decision.html

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Fighters Set To Sign Autographs At Thunderbolts’ Weekend Homestand

by on Jun.02, 2009, under Boxing News, Press Releases

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MERRILLVILLE, Ind., June 2 – On Friday, June 5th and Saturday, June 6th, Octavius James’ One In A Million Inc. will join forces with the reigning Frontier League champions in the form of the Windy City Thunderbolts when fighters from the upcoming sensational card dubbed “Tinley Park Rumble” will be on hand at Standard Bank Stadium, 14011 S. Kenton Ave- Crestwood, IL, to sign autographs; gates open at 6 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 7 p.m.

“The Thunderbolts have dominated and been the class of the Frontier League these past few years and we are definitely excited about going out to the beautiful Standard Bank Stadium,” said Octavius James, C.E.O. of One In A Million Inc. “This is a great opportunity for boxing fans and baseball fans alike to come meet some of the top fighters the world of boxing has to offer while enjoying a night of professional baseball.” (continue reading…)

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Ochoa Looks to Step It Up at ‘Tinley Park Rumble!’

by on May.21, 2009, under Boxing News, Press Releases

 

Ochoa at right (Tom Barnes photo)

Ochoa at right (Tom Barnes photo)

MERRILLVILLE, Ind., May 21 — On Friday, June 12th at the fight card dubbed “Tinley Park Rumble,” welterweight Ed “2 Fast 2 Furious” Ochoa (8-0, 8 KOs) will square off against a rugged ring Jesse Davis (11-12, 8 KOs).

Ochoa vs. Davis is one of the electric fights scheduled for the “Tinley Park Rumble” with Michael “Midnight Stalker” Walker (19-2-2, 12 KOs) vs. “Iron” Orphius Waite (5-0, 3 KOs) as the main event, but it has been Ochoa stealing the shows with his devastating knockouts lately.

“This is definitely an incredible card to follow up the instant classic that was ‘Date With Destiny’ card,” said Octavius James, C.E.O. of One In A Million Inc. “(Ed) Ochoa is definitely going to be in for a war with Savannah, Tennessee’s Davis, but this is just one of those steps he has to take to become the next world champion.”

The 27 year-old Hobart resident is coming off a destructive 1st round knockout (2:10) of Chris Hill at “Date With Destiny” that rattled the Hammond Civic Center, but Ochoa looks to bring down Davis and the Tinley Park Convention Center to their foundations.

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