Ivan Golub Vs Karim Mayfield Tops Broadway Boxing On April 10th
Venue : Sony Hall in Times Square
DiBella Entertainment on its 16th anniversary, will be back to Manhattan with its acclaimed Broadway Boxing series on Wednesday, April 10, at Sony Hall in Times Square, headlined by Ukrainian welterweight contender Ivan “The Volk” Golub (15-1, 12 KOs), who defends his WBC USNBC title against Karim Mayfield (21-5-1, 11 KOs) in a 10 round Welterweight bout.
Welterweight Prospect Ivan Golu, co-promoted by DiBella Entertainment and Fight Promotions Inc defeated Lanardo Tyner to win the WBC USNBC title via an outstanding ten round unanimous decision in his fight. He had a good amateur experience, five-time Ukrainian National champion, won bronze medals at the Junior World Championships in 2006 and at the World Championships in 2009.
Enter your email address:
Delivered by FeedBurner
The fight will also have, WBA Super Middleweight Women’s World Champion Alicia “The Empress” Napoleon (10-1, 5 KOs) make her return to the ring in a non title bout. Napoleon had a very decorated amateur career which spanned nine years, winning 11 National titles, including two New York Golden Gloves championships and a National Golden Gloves title before turning pro in 2014.
Napoleon defeated Femke Hermans on March 3, 2018 to win her world title and has so far defended it ones, A 10 round unanimous decision over Hannah Rankin.
“I’m thrilled to bring Broadway Boxing back to New York City and to debut the series at Sony Hall in Times Square,” said Lou DiBella, President of DiBella Entertainment.
“On Wednesday, April 10, hard-hitting Ukrainian welterweight contender Ivan Golub will take on highly skilled veteran Karim Mayfield in defense of his WBC USNBC title. The stacked undercard includes Long Island’s world champion Alicia Napoleon, the Big Uzbek, heavyweight giant, Bakhodir Jalolov, as well as renowned amateur, junior middleweight brawler Hurshidbek Normatov and rising Brooklyn prospect Khalid Twaiti. We also welcome Brooklyn’s former amateur standout Brian Ceballo, promoted by Tom Loeffler, to Broadway Boxing.”