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    Khristian Geraci to fight on Nov. 28, 2008

    The former subject of epic Bullshido thread Iron City MMA: Khristian Geraci, BJJ Black Belt in Pittsburgh, PA? , as well as the article Khristian Geraci: Final Investigation, is scheduled to fight (box) on the 11/28/08 card that takes place in New Castle PA @ the Caravan Club. His opponent is scheduled to be 4-4 middleweight Greg Beerman.

    Wish I could find more on this venue, but google is little help.

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    Good luck to him...

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    What, they run out of R names?

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    http://www.eastsideboxing.com/news.php?p=18700&more=1

    It has been over a year since the rugged and gusty welterweight Elad Shmouel last fought inside the walls of the Blue Horizon but he had the “hearts and minds” of the Philly crowd since his last appearance. Back in December of 2007, Shmouel was involved in the “Philadelphia Fight of the Year” against Lenny DeVictoria. But Shmouel has made more fans with that loss, than any win in his career. Philly fans loved the guts, now the young man had their hearts.

    Pittsburgh’s Khristian Geraci 4-6-1 (3KO’s) made a big mistake, as entered the ring wearing a Pittsburgh Steelers Jersey. That was mistake number one. The fans at the Blue nearly jumped into the ring themselves. Shmouel 19-2 (10 KO’s) Showed patience and maturity, allowing Geraci to move forward, and throw had combinations, sitting in the wait all along. As the gas began to run out, Elad stepped on his own throttle, landing brutal body shots. As Geraci began to lean low and to the right, Shmouel saw the opening for his brilliant left hook and ended this one at 1:22 of the second round.

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