10 different countries to be represented during first event of 2014

Tickets start at $45

The 2014 opener to the HOLLYWOOD FIGHT NIGHT pro boxing series will be held on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at the intimate and historic Florentine Gardens Nightclub in Hollywood, California. The February 6th show will mark the seventh installment of the HOLLYWOOD FIGHT NIGHT series.
Highlighting one of the most internationally diverse fight cards in years will be the U.S. debut of current IBO Welterweight Champion, South African Chris Van Heerden (19-1-1, 10KOs), and the return of undefeated British prospect, Sheer Management’s Johnny Quigley (10-0, 2KOs).

Two hard-hitting heavyweights, Charles Martin (13-0-1, 11KOs) and Thanasis Michaloudis (7-0, 6KOs), hope to add to their knockout count in separately scheduled bouts. Also, a trio of pugilists from Wildcard Boxing Club, Zachary Wohlman, Urmat Ryskeldieu, and Minju Shin, look to hold home court in Hollywood. Finally, Light Heavyweight Slava Shabranskyy is scheduled to make his 5th appearance at Hollywood Fight Night, while former Contender Season 4 quarterfinalist Deon Elam makes his long-awaited return to the ring after a near four-year layoff due to shoulder surgery and multiple setbacks.

HOLLYWOOD FIGHT NIGHT 7 takes place on Thursday, Ferbuary 6, 2014 at the Florentine Gardens Hollywood, located at 5955 Hollywood Blvd. in Hollywood, California. Without a doubt, HOLLYWOOD FIGHT NIGHT is the hottest and sexiest boxing show in the country, featuring VIP bottle service by contracted professional runway and print models, alluring ring card girls, non-stop go-go dancers, and live surprises and entertainment in every show.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.hollywoodfightnight.com or by calling (626) 388-8888. Tickets start at $45 for General Admission and range from $55 to $125 for Reserved, Ringside, and Front Row seating. A limited number of VIP bottle service tables are also available.

Doors Open at 6:30pm; First Bout at 7:00pm. Due to the adult nature of the show, patrons must be 18 years of age and over. All bouts are subject to change.