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Date:Saturday July 17
On Saturday, July 17th, two former heavyweight title challengers collide live on Pay-Per-View, when devastating knockout artist, David Tua (51-3-1, 43KO's) takes on fellow hard-hitting contender, Monte Barrett (34-9, 20KO's) in an exciting match-up of heavy handed bangers at the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City, NJ. The show, billed as, T-N-T at the Tropicana, is scheduled for twelve rounds and will be for Tua's WBO Asian Pacific, and WBO Oriental Heavyweight titles.
Heavyweight David Tua Tuamanator, the Samoan-born, New Zealand-based veteran contender who hasn't fought in the United States since 2007, returns against faded contender Monte Barrett at the Tropicana in Atlantic City, N.J., on Saturday night.This will be Tua's third fight overall, but first in the U.S. since making his return to the ring in October of last year after a two-year hiatus..
David Tua said
"It is great coming back to fight in the states. I'm back to the place where it all started for me," stated Tua. "My fans here are just as passionate as they are at home. It's a great feeling and humbling to know that my fans are still there and still into it for me. I'm grateful for their support and loyalty they've always shown for me. My fans have supported me since Day 1 and that means the world to me."
Regarding training here in the states, Tua seems to be very content.
"All is good, I have no complaints. I'm working hard, and taking it one day at a time."
"It's exciting times for me but I can't get fixed on a world title fight with this important fight in front of me," Tua said. "I know I have to keep winning or there won't be another world title fight for me and that's motivating enough to keep me going.
Heavyweight powerhouse David Tua of New Zealand takes the next step in his comeback on July 17th, when he faces the always-game former two-time heavyweight title challenger Monte Barrett in Atlantic City, N.J. Tua, now 37-years-of-age and 51-3-1(43) as a pro, will be having his first fight in America since September of 2007. The questions is, will Tua get himself a quick KO victory, or will the 39-year-old New Yorker known as "Two Gunz" reach deep inside and pull out one last, huge effort and score a big upset?
New York's Barrett (34-9, 20 KOs), loser of three straight and six of his last nine, including four by knockout, said whatever happens this is his last fight.
Barrett, a guy who has never handpicked his opponents, wants to see what he has left at top level, and maybe he decided to take the match with Tua knowing it will be his last fight if he does lose. Wanting, as he once said, "to fire all his bullets before walking away from the sport", Barrett must be applauded for taking this fight as a last effort at doing just that. But is there any way Barrett's "Two Gunz" will get the job done for him against the rock-chinned Tua?
Tua (51-3-1, 43 KOs) vs Barrett (34-9, 20 KOs) record