Oct. 16: Derek Ennis to battle Eromesele Albert for USBA Jr. Middleweight Title

Exclusive from The Fight Network

PHILADELPHIA (OCTOBER 14TH, 2009)—Wednesday at The Fox and Hound in Center City Philadelphia, Derek “Pooh” Ennis led a group of fighters that will be participating on this Friday night’s big show at The Legendary Blue Horizon that will showcase Ennis taking on Eromosele Albert for the USBA Jr. Middleweight title.

Albert was not present as he was en route from Miami for this very important fight.

The fight will highlight Power Productions 10th anniversary show.

Greg Robinson (Promoter Power Productions)—“It’s been ten years, a long time and I never thought I would make it to this point, fifty-plus shows later and we are still here”

“We are going to do this Power style with great fights and great entertainment.”

“Our 1st show was October 19th, 199 with Calvin Davis fighting for the Pennsylvania State title and now we are back on October 16th, 2009 at the place where it all began, The Legendary Blue Horizon”

Derek “Pooh” Ennis (18-2-1, 12 KO’s, Jr. Middleweight contender who will be fighting for the USBA Title) —“I hope everybody comes out as I will put on a spectacular show”
“I am in shape and ready to box.  Hit and not get hit”
“After I beat him, I am ready to take on all comers next”

Tyric Robinson (9-4-1, 3 KO.s—Jr. Welterweight)—“I don’t need to talk too much but I am ready”
“I sparred Vasquez once or twice and it really doesn’t matter”
“its like I have an X on my head as everybody in Philly wants to fight me.”

Derrick Webster (2-0, 1 Ko—Middleweight)—“I am in good shape and looking to get better fight by fight”

Rachel Clark (3-2-1, 2 KO’s—Jr. Middleweight)—“I have a good management team and the best is yet to come”

Coy Evans (4-0-1—Super Featherweight)—“I am ready to fight everybody.  I have never complained about fighting anyone

The special 10th anniversary show will feature a special awards ceremony as well as a video highlighting the best fights from the ten years of Power Productions.


Ticket prices for this great night of boxing are $60, $40, and $30 can be purchased by calling  Ticketmaster at  1-215-336-2000, Power Productions at 1-215-240-9987 or Total Car Care Detailing at 1-267-385-7648. Doors open at 6:30 PM / 1st bout begins at 7:30 PM

The Legendary Blue Horizon is located at 1314 North Broad Street in Philadelphia, PA


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