Press Release: Edvis Galloway Uses Boxing To Become A Champion And Re-Unite Family

Edvis Galloway Uses Boxing To Become A Champion And Re-Unite Family

Edvis Galloway Fights In His Second Professional Fight on The Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions’ September 29th Card at The Extravaganza Events Center In Charlotte, North Carolina, And He Will Be A Step Closer To Becoming A Champion And Re-Uniting Family

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New Bern, North Carolina (September 19) – Edvis Galloway is driven by a recurring dream where he is jumping rope in front of 50,000 fans, Floyd Mayweather Jr is training him, and the late cutman Rafael Garcia is wiping sweat and encouraging him.  Galloway’s dad stands nearby, smiling and giving his son full approval for the hard work he is doing.  The dream motivates Galloway to use boxing to become a champion and re-unite family.

In 2002, a young Galloway made a trip to Chicago, Illinois to see his father for the third time in his life.  Galloway’s father took his son to a Mike Tyson-Lennox Lewis fight party hosted by former NBA referee Joey Crawford.  Galloway’s father proudly introduced Edvis as his son to friends, but it was the way the attendees and his father were so into boxing that inspired Galloway to become a boxer.

“I was so happy how my dad introduced me to his friends at the party but watching how they were all so into boxing, Mike Tyson, and the fight just moved me.  As soon as I got home from the trip, I told my mom I wanted to box.  Ever since then every time I get into the ring, I think everyone is here to see me.  I also think if this is the way to bring my family together then I’m gonna keep doing it bigger and better every time.  My dad came from Chicago for my pro debut and Roy Jones Jr. was there.  The people were going crazy, so I had a great debut.  They might not have been there for me, but they knew me after,” said an excited Edvis Galloway.

Galloway 1-0 (1 KO) is dedicated to becoming a world champion.  He is working full time with legendary trainer Don Turner.  Turner runs a no-nonsense training camp which requires Galloway to be away from home for months at a time.  Galloway wakes up early to complete a long morning run before a mandatory breakfast is served at 8 AM sharp.  “If you are late, you don’t eat,” said Galloway.  Galloway gets a short break and then trains until lunch is served promptly at noon.  After lunch, they get a break where they have limited access to the internet, and then they are right back to training.  “I am to the point now where I eat, sleep, and shit boxing.  I love it so much I’m to the point where I don’t want to go home for too long and I spend my free time shadow boxing, thinking boxing strategy, and focusing on my dream.  All work from me.  On September 29th, I’m treating my opponent like he is the best in the world.  I am on the bottom rung of the ladder, so I have a lot to prove.  All hands on deck September 29th.  HOD baby.  I have a lot to prove and do!” …Edvis Galloway.

About Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions – September 29 “Marine vs. Army”

 

Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions presents a night of powerful professional boxing Saturday, September 29, 2018, at The Extravaganza located at 1610 N Tryon Street in Charlotte, NC.  Doors open at 5:30 PM.  First Fight at 6:30 PM.

This must-see event will have an added punch when United States Military rivalries are renewed and nasty rivals JacQuan “Da King” Townes and Miree “The Pink Panther” Coleman do battle in a fight billed “Marine vs. Army” for the WBF Cruiserweight Silver International title.

Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions’ September 29th card will also include WBL Super-Middleweight title fight featuring undefeated KO artist David “GOD’s Warrior” Griffith.  Stay tuned to Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions’ Social Media for detailed updates.

Tickets to the Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions event are priced at $40 for General Admission and $60 for Ringside/VIP.  Tickets are available online by going to https://bit.ly/2N9AYzS – Tickets can also be purchased by calling (980) 230-5059 or emailing Vegasgrandboxingpromotions@gmail.com.

For more information about Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions, follow on social media @VegasGrandBoxingPromotions use Hashtags #VGBP #VegasGrandBoxingPromotions

 

 

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