MEET AND GREET the world’s biggest fighters, promoters and industry people at
the First time, one of a kind event
For Immediate Release
Las Vegas (AUGUST 7TH, 2014) – 4 TIME world champion “Terrible” Terry Norris has confirmed that he will appear and have a booth to Meet & Greet his fans at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the inaugural Box Fan Expo that will take place this September from 10am to 6pm. The Boxing Expo will coincide with the rematch fight between Floyd Mayweather jr. vs Marcos Maidana.
Terry will have merchandise to sell to his fans, as well as photos and memorabilia.
Terry Norris bypassed a baseball career for one in the Boxing ring, amassing a stellar 291-4 amateur record. “Terrible” Terry turned pro in 1986 and defeated Quincy Taylor before his TKO win against Steve Little for the NABF junior middleweight title. In 1989 he challenged the hard-punching Julian Jackson for the WBA title, but was halted in the second round.
The resilient Norris bounced back to score a sensational one-round kayo over John “The Beast” Mugabi for the WBC junior middleweight belt. An impressive string of 10 successful defenses followed, including wins over Donald Curry, Jorge Castro, Carl Daniels, Meldrick Taylor, Maurice Blocker, Troy Waters and Sugar Ray Leonard. In his11th title defense, he was upset by Simon Brown via 4th round TKO, but regained the title with a 12-round decision in the rematch six months later.
Terry Norris hung up his gloves in 1997 after a glorious and spectacular career, with a 47-9 (31 KOs) pro ledger. Terry Norris was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota in 2005.
Quote from Terry Norris:
“I’m excited about the Box Fan Expo. I’m Happy to be involved and see all the fans. I think it’s a good idea to keep Retired Boxers in the loop and keep their Brand alive. I never realize before how important it was to keep my Brand in the public eye, and the Boxing Expo will help me do that.”
Every year, one of the biggest boxing weekends of the year is Mexican Independence Day. In 2014, that weekend has just got bigger, better and more fan accessible with the announcement of the FIRST-EVER BOX FAN EXPO.
Box Fan Expo will take place on Saturday, September 13th, 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center and will run from 10am to 6pm.
To Purchase tickets click: http://www.BoxFanExpo.eventbrite.com/
Box Fan Expo is the ultimate fan experience that was created to promote the entire boxing industry and to allow fans to celebrate, Meet and Greet their favorite boxers and boxing celebrities. The event will feature boxing legends, today’s superstars, Hall of Famers, future prospects and the stars of today all under one roof.
The event will also feature major promoters, ring card girls, sanctioning organizations as well as trainers, referees, commentators and announcers. Anyone that directly or indirectly represents the sport of boxing will have a chance to showcase themselves to the boxing fans and whole industry. Also in attendance will be exhibitors, sponsors, television broadcasters and media.
Box Fan Expo will also feature different activities such as autograph sessions, photo ops, weigh in, face off with your favorite fighters and buy merchandise.
Throughout the next several weeks, there will be weekly updates on the many stars that have already committed their appearance at the Box Fan Expo.
For anyone in the industry who would like to be involved and reserve a booth, contact
Box Fan Expo at:
U.S.A Telephone Number: (702) 997-2099 or (514) 572-7222
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Box Fan Expo is committed to helping the Retired Boxers Foundation which is a nonprofit organization that helps improve the quality of life for retired fighters. This is a fantastic opportunity for sponsors, retailers and anybody involved in the boxing industry to get involved and be a part of this once in a lifetime event and help out this great cause.. Box Fan Expo is proud to announce that part of the proceeds from the event will help the Retired Boxers Foundation.