Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Breaking News! Darnell Wilson Added to March 8 Card in Dulles, VA!

Takoma Park, MD cruiserweight Darnell "The Ding-A-Ling Man" Wilson has just been added to this Saturday's After Shock Events card at the All Star Legacy Gym in Dulles, VA! Wilson (22-6-3, 19 KO's) will take on Robert Marsh of Hickory, NC (10-44-3, four KO's) in a special six-round attraction on this card. Marsh has fought the likes of current IBF Cruiserweight champ Steve Cunningham as well as Jaidon Codrington, Robert Allen and Prince Badi Ajamu during his career.

Tickets for the card can be purchased by going to www.aftershockevents.com. The link is here on the site.

The head of After Shock Events -- promoter Asim Hanif Nichols -- talks about the card and more in this audio interview:

Gabcast! Boxing Along the Beltway #102 - Asim Hanif Talks About March 8 Card in Dulles, VA!

Asim Hanif Nichols of After Shock Events discusses his March 8 card at the All Star Legacy Gym in Dulles, VA, including breaking news on the addition of Darnell "The Ding-A-Ling Man" Wilson to the card!


TH or JH said...


Good luck with the show! I'll be there scouting cruiserweights Darnell Wilson, Adam Harris, and Dana Dunston! See you Saturday!

Linda "Great Shot" Siadys said...


Can't wait! I will be at a seminar at Dulles 9 until 5, so it's going to really be a long day for me, but wouldn't miss this for anything! Prayers out to you and your mom KO.

Anonymous said...

Isn't Wilson boxing on the Ballroom card? I guess this Dulles bout is so one-sided -- yet approved by the commission -- that the Ballroom has no problem with it.

Anonymous said...

Wow. Wilson is taking on a guy with 44 loses? That should be a competetive match. Great matchmaking.

Anonymous said...

Good job Darnell, stay busy and keep fighting! You were inactive for almost 8 months before taking on BJ.
You can perform better and much sharper by staying busy fighting.
Good luck to you!

Good job for having Ding on your show Asim!!

Han Kim

Anonymous said...

2 top cruiserweights in the area fighting different opponents....could this be the set up for a big bout???
"The Ding-A-Ling Man" VS "The All-American Prizefighter"

Anonymous said...

Thanks to all. See you Sat.
Joe, all the best with JC and George on 3/15.
If I'm done early, I'll drive up there to do my own scouting!

Anonymous said...

Stennis Floyd upset The Dinga ling
just before he turned pro.
Scott Farmer use to train him at that time.Wonder if after ten fights or so if the ding would be interested in revenge.

Anonymous said...

You mean the Ding A Ling Man vs. Robles!