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Thomas “Cornflake” LaManna to headline on Saturday, December 5th at the Claridge in Atlantic City
Plus Anthony “Juice” Young in the co-feature as well as undefeated Angel Cencepcion
For Immediate Release
Atlantic City, NJ (October 26, 2015)–On Saturday night, December 5th, Thomas “Cornflake” LaManna will be featured in the main event of a card that will take place at the Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City.
The card is promoted by Rising Star Promotions in association with Vincent M Ponte’s Gulf Stream Promotions.
The fight card will also be in conjunction with Ray McCline of The Atlantic City Boxing Hall of Fame.
LaManna (18-1, 7 KO’s) of nearby Millville, New Jersey will take part in a 8-round Welterweight bout against an opponent to be named.
The 23 year-old LaManna turned professional in 2011 and won his first sixteen bouts that were highlighted by wins over Ashandi Gibbs & Jamaal Davis.
Since suffering his only loss, LaManna has won two straight which includes a 6-round unanimous decision over rugged Ayi Bruce on September 26th in Beach Haven, New Jersey.
That loss, which a nationally televised fight with Antoine Douglas, gave LaManna the realization that he should move down in weight and the former Middleweight contender will now campaign as a Welterweight.
LaManna, who has taken more control of his career with his formation of Rising Star Promotions, has been very active as this will be his 3rd fight in 4 months.
Also seeing action in a six round bout will be Welterweight Anthony “Juice” Young.
The 27 year-old native of Atlantic City has a record of 11-1 with five knockouts, will be making his 5th appearance in his hometown. He is coming off a 6-round unanimous decision over Jonathan Garcia on August 15th in Atlantic City.
Also in action will be Heavyweight John Lennox (13-3, 5 KO’s) of Carteret, New Jersey, Super Bantamweight, Anthony Carramano (2-1) of Staten Island in a 4-round bout, Light Heavyweight Angel Concepcion (7-0) of Newark, New Jersey in a 4-round bout; Pro debuting Cruiserweight Alvin Varmall of Catskills, New York and Pro debuting Heavyweight Julio Arceo of Philadelphia
More bouts and opponents will be announced shortly.
Tickets are $50 GA, $75 Ringside, $75 Stage & $125 VIP (Booths of 5 available for $500) and are available at RisingStarBoxing.com
The Clardige Hotel is located at 123 S. Indiana Ave. Atlantic City NJ