North Bergen, NJ – Junior-Welterweight contender “Mighty” Mike Arnaoutis of Atlantic City, NJ will make his second straight appearance at North Bergen, NJ’s Schuetzen Park when he faces off with Troy Browning on August 27. The 10-round main event will headline the show promoted by Pound4Pound Promotions.
“I want to thank John and Pat Lynch for giving me the opportunity to fight in their main event once again,” says Arnaoutis, 22-3-2 (10 KO). “Troy Browning is a very tough, rugged opponent who I will not underestimate. He will be coming to win, just as I am, and will be dangerous for the whole fight.”
Browning of Willingsboro, NJ has lost three straight fights but against excellent opposition. The combined records of Browning’s last four opponents tally an incredible 96-6-2. Browning turned heads in 2007 when he upset highly-regarded prospect Julio Cesar Garcia on ESPN2.
Arnaoutis, renowned for his slick boxing ability, thrilled the North Jersey crowd by standing in the pocket and trading blow for blow with the hard-punching Doel Carrasquillo in June. Arnaoutis won by unanimous decision in a trade-shot rumble that had the crowd on it’s feet for the duration.
Arnaoutis recently received an award from the International Boxing Federation for making the most defenses of his USBA title in 2008 than any of their other champions.
“I want to thank all of my fans around the world and in Greece for their support. I will bring my best effort on the 27th and will take the next step towards winning the world championship.”
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