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Indio, California (November 9, 2012) – Since participating in the London Games, 2012 U.S. Olympic Super Heavyweight Dominic Breazeale has been preparing for his professional debut in the heavyweight division. Many eyes are on the young former quarterback with hopes of Breazeale becoming America’s next Heavyweight Champion of the World. Breazeale understands that his road to the world title will not be an easy one, however, he also understands that dedication and hard work is what translates into becoming a world champion.

“I want to make the supporters and boxing fans happy and be the guy that brings back the world title to America.

I know that my road to the top is going to be a struggle at the beginning, but once we start rolling it’s going to be another day at the office. Boxing is a sport but at the same time is a lifestyle; I’m going to eat, sleep and breath boxing,” Breazeale stated.

In preparation for his pro debut, Breazeale has been training diligently with long time trainer John Bray. When asked about his fighter’s progress, Bray stated, “I’m very impressed with his transition from amateur boxing to professional boxing. He’s transitioning at an impressive rate and improving everyday. He will shine in his pro debut.”

Breazeale has taken his training to another level since the London Games, working with strength and conditioning coach Sean Martinez in the morning’s and training Breazeale Weigh-In with Bray in the evening’s. His commitment to the sweet science is evident as he has been at his lightest and leanest in years. Breazeale is excited to start his career as a professional and is embracing his opportunity to fight in front of millions of viewers.

When asked about the opportunity to make his pro debut on ShoBox, the Next Generation, Breazeale stated, “It is a great opportunity and I want to thank ShoBox, Al Haymon and Golden Boy Promotions for allowing me to have my first fight on Showtime. What better way to start off your career than televised live on ShoBox.”

“Night Of The Olympians” is being promoted by Golden Boy Promotions. The ShoBox: The New Generation telecast will air live on Showtime at
10:00 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast).

Tickets, priced at $25, $35 and $45, are available for purchase at the Fantasy Springs Box Office, by calling (800) 827-2946 or online at

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