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World Heavy-weight champion Evander Holyfield gets Punched in New Orleans
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Evander Holyfield LA 2011BREAKING NEWS: The former undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World is getting punched in New Orleans and we all know, he can surely punch back. 

The man who has stepped into many terrifying rings, even beating some of the greatest boxers in modern history, such as Larry Holmes,  George Foreman and Mike "Yummy, Love your ear" Tyson, will step into another (and altogether different type of) ring Thursday night June 19 in New Orleans.

Holyfield will headline this month’s Politics with a Punch, Thursday night, June 19, at the Eiffel Society in New Orleans.

Also stepping into the ring are actor and former New Orleans Councilman Oliver Thomas and Fletcher Mackel of WDSU TV.

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NEW ORLEANS POLITICAL COMEDY TRADITION:

Hon. Stacy Head New Orleans City Council, At-Large Member
Ian Hoch Treme Actor, Comedian, Internet Viral Sensation
Evander Holyfield 5-Time Heavyweight Boxing Champion, "The Real Deal"
Sophie Johnson Comedian, Teacher, Improv Artist, Blogger
Fletcher Mackel Emmy Nominated Sports Anchor, WDSU-TV, Channel 6
Al Scramuzza Marketing Genius, Iconic Star of Seafood City TV Spots
Oliver Thomas Former N.O. City Councilman, WBOK-AM Talk Show Host
Discount Tickets: $15.00 per person/$25.00 per couple.

Politics with a Punch is funnier than laughing gas

Politics with a Punch was founded by WGSO’s Jeff Crouere and Bayoubuzz publisher and local attorney Stephen Sabludowsky, who have co-produced this event for the past twelve years. 

Crouere serves as the forever able and accomodating host and emcee.

Doors open at 6.  Delicious foods and “knock-out” drinks can be purchased. 

The main event rings at 8pm. 

A sellout is expected so get your tickets now.

Reserve your tickets NOW or contact Stephen Sabludowsky This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Jeff Crouere  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To learn more, check out ringsidepolitics.com

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