Dylan Price Faces Drew Correll on July 16 in Chester Pa

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Price Promotions LLC is excited about their 2022 debut event that is scheduled to take placed on July 16 at Elevation Event Center (51 E 9th Street in Chester Pa). The 10-round main event will be for the vacant NBA Bantamweight World Title featuring the Philadelphia native by way of Sicklerville NJ the seven-time national amateur champion, bantamweight sensation, 14-0, 10 KOs Dylan “The Real Dyl” Price vs. the native of Glassboro NJ by way of Danville Virginia, Drew Correll (10-2, 8 KOs).

Co-promoted by Dr. David Price, and his eldest daughter Chantel Price, the card will be the Price Promotions 2022 debut event.

Said David Price, “I’m super excited about this card on July 16th that we have deemed “New Beginnings”. We really feel that this is going to be a true event, and not just a local boxing show. We are going to bring out the cars and stars like no other boxing event seen in our area since the days of the Philadelphia classic wars featuring Bennie Briscoe, Cyclone Hart, Willie ‘The Worm’ Monroe, Kitten Hayward, Jeff Chandler, Johnny Carter and the likes.

“We are featuring a six fight card that will showcase 10 additional fighters that possess either one fight or making their professional debut. In other words 9 out of the 10 evenly matched fighters will be looking to remain undefeated, so for me that’s super exciting!

“We have secured special guest rappers to rap out Dylan, two-time World Champion’s Paulie Malignaggi and Nate Campbell will be doing the commentary. We will have a star studded After Party at the event center featuring Power 99 FM radio personalities DJ Diamond Kuts and Mikey Dreads,  so as a promoter I am proud of my team and their efforts, and as a fan I’m super excited”

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