It’s unfortunate that Joe DeGuardia of Star Boxing and Terry Trekas of One Punch Promotions have, one, elected to air any perceived differences they might have with Sycuan Ringside Promotions through the media and, two, attempted to bolster any hidden agenda they may have through a litany of inaccurate, defamatory and slanderous allegations, this in regards to the proposed bout between former International Boxing Federation lightweight champion Julio Diaz and Nate Campbell. We do take exception and great umbrage to some snide and unfounded comments made by Mr. Trekas, specifically his referral to “tarnished image” and “dishonest tactics.” Nothing could be further from the truth.
Also, Mr. Trekas, on a personal note, there’s no need for you or Mr. DeGuardia to concern yourself with my attendance at Roy Englebrect’s Fight Promoter University. Mr. Englebrect was kind enough to extend an invitation to me to be a guest “professor” and speak to his students.
Finally, Mr. DeGuardia, if any apologies are owned it’s by you and Mr. Trekas to the readers of BoxingTalk for feebly attempting to pass off fiction as fact. If BoxingTalk’s readers wanted fiction, they’d pick up a novel.
Sycuan Ringside Promotions has always taken and will continue to take the “high road” in all of our dealings. The suggestion of any thing else smacks of hypocrisy. Sycuan Ringside Promotions also is prepared to pursue all legal remedies it deems necessary.
Regardless, we wish Mr. De Guardia and Star Boxing and Mr. Trekas and One Punch Productions success in their future endeavors.