Brawl for it all"
Friday 24th February 2006
Knox Netball Centre
Dempster St Ferntree Gully (mel ref 73 J4)
Australian Super Lightweight
Australian Super lightweight champion travels
down from Toowoomba, Queensland to defend his National title against
local boy and 2 times Australian champion Steven Marks.
Mick Shaw is a very worthy National champion
with a total of 29 bouts in which he has won 21 of with only 7 losses
and a draw.
His record is impressive with wins over
Australian lightweight champion Alan Luxford, Wade Clout and David
Wiramu. He has fought notable fighters like Nedal Hussien and Renee
Mick Shaw is making the first defence of his
title that he won from Brad Hemming on the 22 nd of July last year.
Steven Marks in the other corner is a former 2
time National champion; both times he has won the title at "Fort
Knox". First time being on the 10 th of September 1999 against
Dindo Canoy, with a win via stoppage in the 5 th . The second time, on
the 31 st August 2001 in a win over Mathew Paully and that time winning
via 9 th round TKO.
Marks is a warrior that always comes to fight
and on-lookers will never leave feeling they didn't get there moneys
With both camps confident of victory this is a
fight with two equally deserving opponents which on paper could be a
candidate for fight of the year.
As always there will be very good supporting
In the main support P.A.B.A Middleweight
champion Pradeep Singh defends his title against Radek Hrabak from the
Pradeep Singh, the 19 year old kid formerly
from India is making his 2 nd defence of the title. Singh is now 7 wins
out of 7 with 5 ko's and wants to obviously continue his winning ways
and go all the way to a World title. He has hunger and desire and lots
of talent and is determined to just keep defending this title and slowly
move up in the World rankings.
Hrabak from the Czech republic is an
experienced campaigner having had 29 bouts. He is the number one
contender for the title and wants to use this fight as a spring board to
some major fights in Europe.
Get behind Pradeep Singh, he is a fighter that
will be in some major fights in years to come.
Justin Nolan is back, unbeaten in 9
starts with 8 wins and a draw, Nolan will square off aganst rugged
Queenslander Cameron Russel.
Luke Moloney who is 2 and 0 will step up and
take on Matt Te Paa of New Zealand. Moloney is another Victorian boy to
watch and will go all the way.
Clinton Johnson with 2 wins out of 3 will take
on another New Zealander in Jason Costa.
Mark Quon of the Glenroy boxing gym makes his
pro-debut when he steps in with Matt Merideth of Queensland.
As a special feature we have 2 ladies
fighting. Beth Davis of Blackburn takes on Nicky Piehler of Queensland.
Both girls are making there professional debut. Piehler is bringing down
a huge amount of support from Brisbane and they will both be trying hard
to impress with Beth fighting in front of her home crowd and this will
be a very entertaining bout.
This will prove to be a highly entertaining
night of professional boxing with some of Victoria's and Australia's
best showcasing there talent.
Like all of the "Fighters Factory"
promotions, the night is fully licensed and it's always a great night at
The doors will open at 6:30pm and the action
will start a 7:30pm.
Remember the date, 24 th of February 2006 and
make sure you keep it free for the fights.
See ya at the fights