As the first boxing card in 31 years at renovated Nassau Coliseum was winding down Saturday night, one thing was abundantly clear to promoter Lou DiBella about the experience. The atmosphere at the event, which attracted 7,492 fans, was at its loudest and most vibrant during the match between Polish heavyweights Adam Kownacki and Artur Szpilka that kicked off the three bouts shown on the Premier Boxing Champions on Fox TV national telecast.
Long Island fans may not have been familiar with Omar Figueroa Jr. and Robert (The Ghost) Guerrero, the welterweights who fought the main event for Premier Boxing Champions on Fox TV Saturday night in the first boxing event at Nassau Coliseum in 31 years. On the other hand, the 7,492 boxing fans in attendance must admit the brawl that was advertised materialized just as promoter Lou DiBella said it would.
Long Beach native Seanie Monaghan reveled in the moment when he walked to the ring for the first boxing card in 31 years at renovated Nassau Coliseum Saturday night to the lilt of Irish bagpipes. Before the first bell, he heard his partisans — many of whom bought their tickets directly from him — chant his name. That was as good as it gets. But what followed in short order were the worst moments of Monaghan’s career.
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