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Arizona based Iron Boy Promotions to host boxing card in El Paso

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With twelve successful shows under it's belt in Phoenix, boxing promoting company and Scottsdale based, Iron Boy Promotions will be taking the show on the road this Friday, June 6, as they present their first card outside Arizona. "Iron Boy XIII," will take place at Buchanan's Event Center in El Paso, Texas.

Realizing the great boxing market and the dedicated hardcore fans in El Paso, Iron Boy Promotions is hoping to capture the same energy it has created in Arizona. The geographic location of El Paso makes the city a great hub for boxing, presenting opportunity for fighters in Texas, New Mexico, as well as Mexico to showcase their talent.

Established in 2011, Iron Boy Promotions has made a commitment to provide quality talent for all of it's shows. They also have a gym, the Iron Boy Gym in Phoenix, provides a place for fighters, male or female to train and spar, making it possible for any fighter to achieve their dream.

Heavyweight boxer, and El Paso native, David "Nino" Rodriguez will be a special guest at Friday's show, together with one hundred soldiers from nearby Ft. Bliss Army Base.

Tickets for the fight are priced at $25 for general admission and can be purchased at www.iron-boy.com.

Buchanan's Event Center is located at 11540 Pellicano Drive, in El Paso, Texas.

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