If you can't come up with a reason why boxing has been exciting in the DC area, you should agree that the reason is Gene Molovinsky of Keystone Boxing Promotions. Gene Molovinsky has been in the promoting business for over 30 years and his experience is really showing in 2012. The Washington DC area has been in need of a boxing face lift. It's been more than 15 to 20 years since boxing has had an active role in DC. Keystone was smart by using the jump start that Golden Boy Promotions gave DC at the end of 2011 with the Khan vs Peterson bout on December 10, 2011. Molovinsky never turned off the engine. He just kept it running in 2012. Keystone has kept boxing events going in March, May, July, and future dates in August, September, November, and December. It's nothing like going to see a live boxing match and Keystone is making it convenient for the fans. They set their ticket prices so the fans are able to afford them and enjoy a great night of boxing ($35 general admission $60 ringside). Matchmaker Brian Dillon along with Co-Promoter Raymond Bubbles Jackson do a fantastic job of featuring the local fighters on the cards and finding them opponents for the great shows. All three events so far had nothing but great feedback from the fans. After every show the fans look forward to the next event. Keystone is more than happy to please the fans with the next four future dates they have planned at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
Visit their website at www.keystone-boxing.com for information on their events and fighters.