Browning, Shahan to meet for WV Heavyweight Championship

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Black Eye Promotions presents King Of The Coal Fields 9, Friday, October 25, 2013 at the Madison Civic Center in Madison, West Virginia. In the main event, two natives of the Mountain State step into the ring for the West Virginia Heavyweight Championship. Warren “The Hitman” Browning (17-3-2 12 KO) Of Lenore, West Virginia Meets William “Wild Bill” Shahan (9-5 8 KO) of Glenville, West Virginia in the ten round title bout.


Five professional bouts and nine amateur bouts will be presented as part of the event. In other featured professional action, undefeated cruiserweight contender Chris “No Joke” Jones (5-0 3 KO) of Richlands, Virginia takes on Terrance Watson of Danville, Virginia, heavyweight Justin Novaria of Zanesville, Ohio faces George Oiler from Beckley, cruiserweight contender Cory Phelps (13-6-1 7 KO) returns to the ring against CULLEN Rogers of Akron, Ohio, and super middleweight prospect Don Pennington (2-0 2 KO) of Huntington will fight Tierre King of Akron, Ohio.


In addition to the nine amateur bouts, the two most exciting amateur boxers will be offered professional contracts with Black Eye Promotions.


Creator of the popular King of the Coal Fields series, Black Eye Promotions is the home of the best professional and amateur boxing in the state of West Virginia. King Of The Coal Fields 9 is presented by Hill Chiropractic Center, Boone Memorial Hospital, Cook and Cook Law Firm, and Quality Metal Roof Manufacturing and Sales.


A boxing card is planned for the Williamson Fieldhouse in early January of 2014.


Interviews, media credentials, and video services are available upon request. Contact Chase Hill at (304) 785-9124 for more information.


Tickets are on sale now at Hill Chiropractic Center, or by calling (304) 785-9124. $20 general admission, $35 reserved floor seating.


All bouts are sanctioned and supervised by the West Virginia Athletic Commission.

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