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Commotion at the Ocean rocked Lincoln City!
June 4, 2004
By Sue TL Fox, Ringside
 
 
(JUNE 4) Last night at the Chinook Winds Casino Resort, in Lincoln City, Oregon, at the “Commotion at the Ocean”, and promoted by Tutor Promotions, LLC, televised on “ShoBox” (Showtime) there were six action-packed fights on the card.

The first five fights on the card were men’s boxing, which provided boxing fans with toe-to-toe action matches. In the last fight of the night, a women’s bout was featured between
Shelly Burton and Yvonne Reis. Burton caught Reis with some good shots early in the fight, and after Reis took  two eight counts and being knocked down to the canvas with the first eight count, the ref stopped the fight 1:59 of the second round.  Burton won by a TKO.

Showtime announced their “history first” when they said that Amy Hayes, the ring announcer on the "ShoBox" card was the “first ever” woman announcer to don a Showtime card. There was a host of ring card girls that were models, from the Swank Model agency, “Boom Boom” Mancini was a special guest who signed autographs at the event. More to come soon! 

TONIGHT:  WBAN will be ringside for the second boxing event that will be a Showtime card, with two women's matches on that card.  The venue will be the same as the above mentioned card.
 
     
     
     
     
     

 

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