ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - Tickets are officially on sale for the December 14th "Road To Redemption" boxing card at the Superstar Theatre at Resorts International Hotel and Casino. The main event is a 10-round heavyweight bout featuring undefeated knockout artist Amir Mansour, 19-0, 14 KOs, of Newark, Delaware, as he takes on Pensacola, Florida's, super-sized Kelvin Price, 14-1, 6 KOs. The co-feature bout pits Lionell Thompson, 14-2, 9KO's, of Buffalo, New York, against Ryan Coyne, 21-1, 9 KO's, St. Charles, Missouri, in a 10-round light heavyweight bout
Philadelphia's two-time champion, Steve "USS" Cunningham, 25-6, 9 KO's, will also be on the card in an 8-round heavyweight fight. His opponent will be announced shortly.
Tickets are priced $75 and $50. They can be purchased at the Resorts International Hotel and Casino Box Office, 800-736-1420 and at TicketMaster. Click here to connect to TicketMaster or cut and paste: http://www.ticketmaster.com/Main-Events-Boxing-tickets/artist/1940738
The main event and co-feature will be televised on NBC Sports Network's FIGHT NIGHT, December 14th, 8 - 10PM ET.
Six additional bouts are planned for the card which is promoted by Main Events and Peltz Boxing in association with DiBella Entertainment.
ABOUT RESORTS CASINO HOTEL
The resort that brought gaming to Atlantic City in 1978, Resorts Casino Hotel is at the top of its game today, offering world-class casino action in a relaxed environment that keeps the focus on fun. Resorts Casino Hotel made history as the first American casino outside of Nevada and will celebrate its 35th anniversary in May 2013 with a new milestone: the opening of a $35-million Margaritaville casino and entertainment complex that will include, among other attractions, the only beach bar on the Atlantic City sand.
Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority assumed management of Resorts Casino Hotel in Fall 2012 - a move that has set the stage for its return as the most exciting gaming destination in Atlantic City. Boasting a prime location spanning 11 acres at the northern end of the famed Atlantic City Boardwalk, the resort features 942 guest rooms and suites in two hotel towers, a 99,951-square-foot casino, two theaters, six restaurants, two VIP slot and table player lounges, a casino bar, indoor-outdoor swimming pool, health club and spa, salon, and retail shops. Its 39,000 square feet of sophisticated meeting space includes seven meeting rooms and a 13,000-square-foot ballroom. For more information, visit http://www.resortsac.com.