Saturday, October 29 will be a busy night at the 2300 Arena in South Philly. Heavyweight Sonny Conto (10-0, 8 K0s) will take on James Bryant (6-1, 4 K0s) in Saturday’s sixth round headliner. The Philadelphia Phillies will be in Houston facing the Astros in Game 2 of the World Series. Jake Paul and Anderson Silva clash on Showtime PPV, all on the same night.
With the fight for life in the main stadium, the Phillies game will be broadcast on one of the biggest TV shows, and at 9 pm ET, the area 2300 Arena Bar will show the Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva. What better way to spend a Saturday night as a sports fan in Philadelphia.
Tickets at $55, $75, $100 and $150 are on sale:
Also fighting Saturday night at 2300 Arena:
Bryce Mills (9-1, 4 KOs) of Liverpool, NY will be looking for his fourth straight win when he takes on Larry Fryers (11-5-1, 4 KOs) of Yonkers, NY via Clones, Ireland, in a six-round junior welterweight bout.
Tariq Green (2-1, 1 KO) of Philadelphia, PA will take on Everlon Still (2-2, 1 KO) of Voorhees, NJ in a four round super middleweight tournament.
Carlos Marrero (3-8-3) of Bridgeport, CT will fight Tyree Arnold (1-4) of Philadelphia, PA in a four round junior welterweight fight.
Shane Slocumb of Philadelphia, PA will make his debut in a heavyweight fight against Johnathan Wiles (0-1) of Philadelphia, PA.
James White of Warwick, PA fights Keynan Williams (0-2) of Winchester, VA.
Devin Gantt (1-0, 1 KO) of Sicklerville, NJ will see action in a four-round featherweight fight following a three-round stop against Taijiro Arakawa on September 1st.
ABOUT JOE HAND PROMOTIONS
Founded in 1971, Joe Hand Promotions is the nation’s oldest and largest pay-per-view television distributor of circuit sports and entertainment, such as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), competitive boxing, and concerts. – music. JHP event consultants offer their marketing knowledge and marketing experience to help business establishments grow their business through the use of live sports and entertainment programs. Additionally, JHP sponsors 4-6 boxing tournaments each year in the Philadelphia area. These events held sold-out crowds in various venues and arenas.