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Heavyweight Derric Rossy returns on Dec 14th in Brooklyn

On Saturday night, December 14th, Sal Musumeci’s Final Forum Boxing presents a big night of boxing at Pacplex in Brooklyn, New York. In the featured bout of the evening, Heavyweight Derric Rossy will see action against an opponent to be named. Rossy of Medford, New York has a record of 28-7 with 14 knockouts.

The 33 year-old Rossy has faced many of the top Heavyweights in the world and holds victories over the likes of Gary Bell (22-3-1), Sahnnon Miller (14-2), Edward Guitierrez (15-3), former world champion Ray Mercer (35-6-1), William Shahan (7-0), Carl Davis Drummond (26-1), Alexis Mejias (10-2), Ian Lewson (6-1-1) and Travis Walker (39-8-1).

Rossy also has faced former world title challenger Eddie Chambers twice, Alexander Dimitrenko (27-0), Kubret Pulev (11-0), Audley Harrison and he is coming off a ten round unanimous decision defeat to Fres Oquendo.

“We are excited to bring this event to Brooklyn,” said promoter Sal Musumeci.

“New York and especially Brooklyn has have a great year of boxing and I am thrilled to be doing the show there. The state has had around 50 events this year and it will be a great honor to work with such a great and professional commission that is under the guidance of Melvina Lathan.”

“Also to have Derric Rossy headline this event is a great opportunity for the fans to see a Heavyweight that is hungry. He has faced more top Heavyweights than anybody and this will kickstart his quest to become Heavyweight champion.”

Also seeing action will be undefeated Heavyweight Natu Vasinia. Vasinia of Lakewood, California and of American Samoan descent has a record of 9-0 with 8 knockouts.

In a six round Cruiserweight bout, Keith Tapia (9-0, 6 KO’s) will make an appearance.

In another six round bout, popular Light Heavyweight Joe Smith Jr. (13-1, 11 KO’s) will see action.

Also signed to appear in separate four round bouts will be undefeated Cruiserweight Jay Rodriguez (2-0, 2 KO’s) of Queens, NY and former Ecuadorian Olympic Heavyweight Ytalo Perea (5-1, 3 KO’s)