The Uzi Is Back – Stephen Dailey Jr Returns To Charlotte September 29th On Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions’ Card

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The Uzi Is Back – Stephen Dailey Jr Returns To Charlotte September 29th On Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions’ Card

Stephen Dailey Jr. “The Uzi” Returns To Charlotte, North Carolina September 29th And “The Uzi” Promises To Put On A Good Show On The Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions’ Card at the Extravaganza Events Center

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Parkersburg, West Virginia (September 21) – When Stephen Dailey Jr. first fought in North Carolina, he felt like he didn’t bring all of his tools, especially his jab.  This time, “The Uzi” is back, and he returns to Charlotte with all of his tools September 29th on the Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions’ Card.

Dailey Jr. is a confident young man and quick to tell you “I am calm and collected.  I am slick and quick.  I like to put on a good show.  I’m flashy, but if you mess up, I’m going to make you pay for it.”  Dailey Jr is a former high school football player.  The six-foot-tall wide receiver had dreams to play pro football, but things changed.  A rough upbringing and the need to defend himself led the quick and athletic Dailey Jr. to the boxing ring.

Dailey Jr. has taken the lessons of his athletic past and used them as tools for survival inside and outside the ring.  The greatest lesson he has learned is pushing through the pain.  Inside the ring, Dailey Jr. believes boxing is the toughest and most grueling sport on your body and finding a way to mentally focus on your goal and overcoming the pain is tough.  Outside the ring, life has been equally tough for Dailey Jr, and the month of September brings him an enormous emotional challenge.  Dailey Jr’s birthday is September 20th, his mother passed away four days before his birthday on September 16th, and his mother’s birthday is September 29th.  While the month of September could be crippling to the average person, Dailey Jr. is finding a way to channel his emotions.  “Pushing through the pain in everything.  Boxing is a very very dangerous sport.  Pushing your self to the limit.  The longer you can go the better you will be.  On September 29th, I’m taking all my emotions and putting it into the ring.  I have been working hard in training camp.  I’m going to put it all into the ring.  I hope to go out there, show exactly what I’m planning to do, and give all glory to her.”

Dailey Jr. has a strong support group and owes a lot to his grandma, father, and Brian Lee.  He is also thankful to Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions for giving him another opportunity to shine on September 29th.  Unable to contain his excitement, Dailey Jr. left fans with the following message, “On September 29th, The Uzi will stand tall at the end of the fight.  Uzi is winning this one.  I promise you that.  The Uzi is back!”

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 – Tickets can also be purchased by calling (980) 230-5059 or emailing

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