Clark, Camechis to headline Arnold Pro Boxing
Arnold Pro Boxing will return in 2013 with a main event that features Michael “Cold Blood” Clark of Columbus and Brian “The Golden Greek” Camechis of Glouster, Ohio in a 10-round welterweight fight for the WBC U.S. Championship.
Arnold Pro Boxing will be held Saturday, March 2 at LC Pavilion. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
The battle – billed as “The War To Settle The Score” -- will be a rematch of a memorable fight between the Ohio pro pugilists at Arnold Pro Boxing in 2011, when Clark (46-5) won a majority decision over the scrappy Camechis (20-4).
The co-main event will feature John Smith Jr. of Columbus against Daniel Martz of Clarksburg, West Virginia in a 10-round match of undefeated heavyweights for the Ohio State Heavyweight title.
Smith, who is 13-0, is the nephew of former world heavyweight champion James “Buster” Douglas and fights out of the COACH Boxing camp under the tutelage of John Johnson. Martz is 8-0 as a professional with seven knockouts.
Other bouts include:
Heavyweights: Armando Ancona (4-1) vs. William Sheehan (7-2)
Lightweights: Antwan Slaughter (3-1) vs. Angel Figuero (2-0)
Cruiserweights: Robert Richardson (2-1) vs. Mike Brison (2-0)
Junior welterweights: Dominique Foster (2-1) vs. Alejandro Hernandez (1-0)
Welterweights: Afrim Mema (2-2) vs. Augestine Ciero (2-2)
Welterweights: Travis Hanshaw (7-0) vs. Wade Tolle (5-1)
Tickets to Arnold Pro Boxing are $30-$85 and available at www.ticketmaster.com/arnold