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September 09, 2017

CONNECTICUT FEATHERWEIGHTS AGREE TO REMATCH AT MOHEGAN SUN

Press Release: On October 5th, two featherweights from New Haven, Connecticut-- Nate Green (9-0, 2 KOs) and Josh Crespo (7-5-3, 3 KOs)-- will face-off in an eight-round rematch at Connecticut's Mohegan Sun Casino. The local rivals initially faced off in 2011 at the same venue, with Green defeating Crespo in a four-round unanimous decision. The first fight was Green's professional debut. Since then, the Brooklyn-born southpaw has amassed nine straight victories with two of those wins coming by way of knockout. 

In his most recent fight, Green travelled to Ponce, Puerto Rico and came back from a second-round knockdown to upset Emanuel Rivera in hostile territory. Aside from his win in Puerto Rico and a short ride to Queens, all of the New Haven's local's fights took place in Connecticut, where he has been amassing quite a fan base. This will be Nate's fourth time fighting at Mohegan Sun.

Crespo, also 28, has fought his entire professional career in the Northeast, including five fights at Mohegan Sun. He fought there in November of last year with a first-round KO over Jesus Gonzales from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Since their initial fight in 2011, Crespo has been eager to avenge his first career loss. Despite some losses on his record, Crespo has been a more active fighter than Green over the last few years. Crespo may also have a size advantage this time around: their first fight was at 119 lbs, but the rematch will take place at 123 lbs. Crespo added, "When the sun rises in Africa, whether it's a gazelle or a lion, they both know what they got to do to make it to another sunrise: either I out run the lion or eat the gazelle, but my objective is to win the next sunrise no matter what position or what opposition." 

Main Events CEO Kathy Duva said, "Both of these guys are from New Haven and have been fighting in Connecticut, building up their fan bases for years. This local grudge match is the kind of fight their supporters want to see. We're often unable to make this kind of fight because the boxers are friends or work in the same gym. So it's refreshing to have two fighters from the same area agree to face each other. Everyone at Mohegan Sun on October 5 is definitely going to get their money's worth. It will be a great Thursday night for boxing fans in Connecticut."

About October 5: The Mohegan Sun's Rising Stars Boxing Series hosts its third installment with a rare Thursday Night edition at the Arena at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut. The Main Event features a ten-round middleweight match-up between Rising Stars' staple Vaughn Alexander and former middleweight title contender Elvin Ayala. The series is presented by Mohegan Sun and Main Events and feature boxing prospects from New England and around the world. Tickets are available now through Ticketmaster and the Mohegan Sun box office.



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