Johnston has a Vicious surprise for Harris!


Johnston has a Vicious surprise for Harris!

The eyes of the boxing and business worlds will be on Silverhawk Entertainment Group, formerly Silverhawk Boxing Promotions (, as it celebrates its restructuring, reorganization and coming-out party as a publicly traded corporation in grand fashion by having two of its fighters headlining major nationally and internationally televised fights in two cities on Saturday night. This is a one-two combination that few, if any, boxing promotion companies have achieved.

Silverhawk’s IBO world and NABC light welterweight champion Steve Johnston (38-3-1, 17 KOs), a former two-time WBC lightweight title-holder, will headline one card and fight former WBA super lightweight champion Vivian Harris. This main event will be shown on HBO’s “Boxing After Dark” at 10:30 p.m. ET from the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, Calif.  

Also Saturday night from Qwest Arena in Boise, Idaho, Silverhawk’s four-time champion and current WBO and NABO light heavyweight title-holder Prince Badi Ajamu defends his NABO belt against future Hall of Famer Roy Jones Jr. in the “Hold Nothing Back!” pay-per-view event,

Jones (49-4, 38 KOs) is a five-time world champion in four different weight classes and remains one of the most recognized names in the ring. 

Prince Badi (25-2-1, 14 KOs) comes from the rugged gyms of Philadelphia. He won the NABO title Jan 27 and also holds the WBC Continental Americas, WBC CABOFE, IBC Intercontinental and Pennsylvania State light heavyweight belts.

Also, Silverhawk’s former IBF world light heavyweight champion William “KO King” Guthrie fights Luke Munsen in the Boise PPV co-feature for the IBF International cruiserweight title in Guthrie’s bid to become world champion again. 

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