Some things you just have to read to believe, so here is the official press release from Team Snooki Boxing.
New York, NY – December 27, 2011 – Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi appeared on WFAN and MSG Network’s “The Boomer and Carton Show” on Wednesday December 14th, 2011 to announce the latest venture in her growing empire. Team Snooki Boxing will feature a trio of Irish brothers. The Hyland Brothers comprised of Patrick “Pajo” Hyland (Featherweight, 24-0, 11 KOs, Irish Featherweight Champion, Former I.B.F Intercontinental Featherweight Champion, Intercontinental Super-Featherweight Champion, and WBF World Featherweight Champion), Eddie Hyland (Super-Featherweight, 16-1, 6 KOs, Former Irish Super-Featherweight Champion), and Paul Hyland (Super-Bantamweight, 20-2, 6 KOs, Irish Super-Bantamweight Champion, and former EU Super-Bantamweight Champion).
The Hyland Brothers will headline a night of boxing at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Saturday, January 28, 2012. While in the United States, they are trained by two time World Champion, Tracy Patterson and their father, Paddy has trained them since birth. The event, to be titled “The Irish Invasion,” will mark the first time that three brothers, who are all Irish champions, have fought on the same card in America.
“We are incredibly excited to introduce The Hyland Brothers and Team Snooki Boxing. We’ve seen what these boys can do, and expect nothing less than continued success and ‘living up to the hype’ for each of them here in the States,” said Mike Pascale, Vice President of Final Round Promotions. “The Irish Invasion” will be presented by Final Round Promotions on Saturday, January 28th, 2012. A presser announcing the partnership and promotion will take place at McFadden’s Irish Restaurant in New York City on Thursday, January 12, 2012.
Tickets are now on sale through Ticketmaster and Resorts Hotel Casino. For additional information please visit www.thehylandbrothers.com, www.resortsac.com or www.ticketmaster.com.
Remember what I have always told you, it isn’t getting the 15 minutes of fame that is important, it is how you extend it. I am not mad at Snooki getting her Don King on.
Maybe she can put together Mayweather vs. Pacquiao.