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03/16/2009 Entry: "Jesse Brinkley Wants to Fight the Best!"

Jesse Brinkley Wants to Fight the Best!
Says of Pavlik, Abraham, Bute, Froch, Taylor -- 'Anytime, anywhere.'

Press Release

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Left to right: Peter Manfredo Jr., Jesse Brinkley, Danny Milano (photo/Courtesy "Let's Get It On" Promotions)

YERINGTON, NV, March 16, 2009 -- World ranked super middleweight Jesse Brinkley has returned to the gym, one month after his blood filled destruction of Northern Nevada rival Joey Gilbert, and is looking to taking on the very best in his division.

“I know all the big names and they know me, but it seems like they’re more than a little reluctant to share a ring. Maybe all of Gilbert’s blood scared them,” said lifelong Yerington, NV native.

Describing the activity of the musical chairs being played by others in his division leaves Brinkley more than frustrated.

“Lucien Bute’s people called in January for me to fight him, but I was also signed to fight Gilbert. Bute knows a little about me as I’ve already thoroughly beat his buddy Jason Naughler” said Brinkley.

Said promoter Terry Lane of Reno based “Let’s Get It On” Promotions, “We’d be happy to fight Bute and I’m sure the fans in Montreal and the folks at Showtime want to see a better fight than Zuniga put up.”

Continued Brinkley, “Kelly Pavlik apparently is looking for another easy fight, no offense to Sergio Mora but he’s too small. I’d be happy to face Kelly at 160 or 168 and we could do it in Youngstown or anywhere else he’s comfortable.”

“Truthfully, it’s pretty disappointing that Kelly has chosen this path. Lockett, Rubio and now Mora? What do they all have in common? They’re no threat to Kelly and that’s really not acting like the middleweight champion of the world.”

Rumors on the internet have also circulated about a proposed Arthur Abraham/Vernon Forrest bout which would take place in the United States .

“Again, this is Abraham, just like Pavlik, taking on a smaller guy. Forrest is a very solid boxer, but he should fight his mandatory against Sergio Martinez. As for Abraham, I’d face him in Germany, no problem” said Brinkley.

“Same goes for the Carl Froch/Taylor winner. I’ll give these guys a little credit, they’re both super middleweights and on paper it looks like a very solid fight. Same thing here, I’d be happy to fight either guy, Taylor in Little Rock or Froch back in England.”

Said Lane, “Jesse will fly anywhere to fight anyone. All these guys want to be comfortable in their own country or their home turf. That doesn’t matter to us.”

But added Lane, “We could also do the fight in Reno. I can promise 7,000 strong anytime for a Brinkley fight, just tell us the date.”

Reno, Nevada based "Let's Get It On" Promotions was founded in 2000 by legendary boxing referee Mills Lane . In early 2005 he was joined by sons Terry and Tommy in the operations of the company. Along with super middleweight contender Jesse Brinkley, "Let's Get It On" Promotions also promotes lightweight prospect Bayan Jargal and highly regarded brothers Tyler and Derek Hinkey. They have consistently promoted world class boxing events on a national basis.

Further information on "Let's Get It On" Promotions can be viewed at

Formed in early 2008, Chet Koerner’s Las Vegas based TKO BOXING Promotions, originator of “HOMETOWN HEROES TO WORLD CHAMPIONS” stable includes; heavyweight Lenroy Thomas, super middleweight Joey Gilbert, middleweights Elvin Ayala, Albert Onolunose and James Countryman, junior middleweights Bastie Samir and Anthony Thompson, welterweights Juan Buendia, Ramon Gatica and Raul Tovar, junior welterweights Jonathan Gover, Francisco Contreras and Hastings Bwayla, lightweights Cortez Bey, Rolando Reyes and Terrance Crawford, junior lightweight Mickey Bey Jr., featherweights Matt Remillard, Carney Bowman, Delvin Plascencia, Rafael Lora and Maxwell Awaku, super bantamweights Rafael Valenzuela and Carlos Reyes and bantamweight Leo Santa Cruz.

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