Frank Bruno and Joe Calzaghe lined up for Gorleston Ocean Room

14:15 24 January 2013

The countdown is under way to another knockout night of verbal boxing action at Gorleston’s Ocean Room. The parade of champions, which has so far brought Sugar Ray Leonard, Mike Tyson, Nigel Benn and Roberto Duran to the town continues on March 15 when ex-world champions Joe Calzaghe, Frank Bruno and John H Stracey are lined up to visit along with Golden Boy Promotions’ newest recruit, Anthony Ogogo from Lowestoft.

Ticket prices are £100 and £125. For details contact Leon Docwra 07776352450 and Carl Moore 07919026341.


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