CINCINNATI – A 10 bout boxing event will take the main stage at the Horseshoe Casino Sept. 7.
The casino, along with R&R Promotions, will host the event at “The Shoe,” the venues outdoor lawn that has played host to concerts all summer.
"I am very excited to be involved with the first boxing show ever at any casino in the State of Ohio," said Andrew Williams, CEO of R&R Promotions. "It has been a pleasure to work with VP Kevin Kline and his great team at the Horseshoe Casino to make this dream a reality."
Included in the event will be bouts that include lightweight Brandon “Untouchable” Bennett, Aaron Pryor Jr., and Ronald Hearns. In additional pro-boxing Hall of Famer Aaron Pryor Sr. and three-time champion Adrian Broner will be on hand to watch the event, according to R&R Promotions.
Tickets for the event start at $25 and are on sale through Ticketmaster locations, www.ticketmaster.com, or 1-800-745-3000.
For more information about the event visit http://randrpromotions.net.
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