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The Cyber Boxing Zone Newswire -- SEPTEMBER 8:2001
Press Release--Lucky Eagle Casino, Rochester, Washington
Saturday, Sept. 8 fight card


Weaver Brothers Vying for Title Belts. Troy Weaver (16 wins, 16 KO's) faces Konstantin Smemrdjiev in 10 Round WBB World Light Heavyweight Title fight and his brother Floyd Weaver will have his hands full against California Champion Sebastian Valdez for the Penta Continental Junior Middleweight Championship.

WBB World ChampionchipTitle Fight Fight Night XXXIV Saturday, September 8th at 7:00pm Troy Weaver Faces Konstantin Semerdjiev

Dateline: Rochester, WA, September 6, 2001

The WBB (World Boxing Board) World Light Heavyweight 10 round Championship will be held at the Lucky Eagle Casino on Saturday, September 8th at 7:00pm and will feature Troy Weaver facing Bulgarian Konstantin Semerdjiev. Weaver, one of the famous triplets, is coming off two consecutive knockout wins including a NWBA Championship bout over Reggie Roberts. He has 16 wins all knockouts!

"Konstantin is a tough, stocky, competitor in the typical European style and has never been knocked out. He lost a close match to Julio Gonzalez, who lost a recent fight to Roy Jones Jr. He is fearless and Troy will have to get to him early. It will be a war!!"

In an eight round Penta Continental Junior Middleweight Title fight, Troys brother, Floyd Weaver returns to face California Champion Sebastian Valdez. Weaver won a unanimous decision over Ron Pasek in June and Valdez is an impressive 15 wins and 2 losses.

In another exciting eight rounder, Miguel Avila faces Ron Pasek, who was impressive in a loss to Floyd Weaver in June.

19 year old Olympia native, Jonathan Williams will have his pro debut against Chauncey Willaver, of Tacoma in a heavyweight bout.

Other fighters scheduled are Lucky Eagle unbeaten favorite Steve Loury (trained by Manny Sobral) facing Jose Juarez, Damion Hatch vs. Louis Sergeant, and Andrew Poulos vs. Paul Mpendo.

Changes and additional information will be announced as they occur.

Tickets $40 ringside, $25 reserved, $20 reserved of general admission available at Ticketmaster, casino (800-720-1788) or Twin Cities Fuller's stores. Fighters are subject to change and contract approval by the Washington State Boxing Commission.

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