Menominee Nation Arena and Supreme Hits Promotions Bring Boxing to Oshkosh
(Oshkosh, Wis.) – Menominee Nation Arena is joining forces with Supreme Hits Promotions LLP, to bring “The Undisputed Truth” boxing events to Oshkosh. The first event, on April 28th, will feature WBF World Super Featherweight Champion Duarn “The Storm” Vue. “The Storm” won his world championship in fewer than ten fights and threw a record-setting 1,800 punches in the championship bout while becoming the first Hmong world titleholder.
“The Undisputed Truth” event takes place on Saturday, April 28th at 7:00 p.m. Tickets range from $30-$175 and are available at ticketstaronline.com or by calling (920) 744-2035.
“This partnership is major for boxing in the state of Wisconsin,” explained Murid Muhammad, president & CEO of Supreme Hits Promotions. “We are grateful and thankful that the Menominee Nation Arena sees the professionalism, honesty and the strength of our brands to be power players in the world of boxing and entertainment.”
The April 28th event will feature WBF World Super Featherweight Champion Duarn “The Storm” Vue competing against former WBA World Champion Nehomar Cermeno of Venezuela for the WBA Intercontinental Championship and the top 5 ranking in the world. Other featured fighters will be Deonte “Bomaye” Wilson, who recently won the WBF Super Lightweight USA Championship, and others from the Supreme Hits stable like Danny Torres, Rashid Stevens, Donte Randall and more.
In addition to bringing marquee-name boxing talent to Menominee Nation Arena for its first boxing shows, the partnership expands access to Fox Valley boxing fans. The second and third events in the series will be held July 7 at 7:00 p.m. and October 20 at 7:00 p.m.
“We are excited to bring Supreme Hits Promotions and its boxing lineup to Oshkosh and the Fox Valley,” said Greg Pierce, president, Fox Valley Pro Basketball. “Our goal in building the arena was to introduce a wide variety of sporting and entertainment events to this area. Supreme Hits Promotions will help attract a boxing audience that would otherwise need to travel to see the sport.”