The King vs Friday 13th on Friday the 13th

"King" Afa Tatupu will be headlining against Conrad "Friday the 13th" Lam on Friday the 13th, on Craig Thomson's "Heavy Hitters" Fight Night.

The undefeated Conrad Lam (4-0-0), nicknamed Friday the 13th, is well known for his big size but still with fast and heavy hands. The biggest fight of his career was a Split Decision win over Brown Buttabean Dave Letele, even though a lot of people thought he lost the BBB fight.

Lam is now managed and trained under the interim WBA Oceania Heavyweight champion Julius Long, who is well known for being the tallest active boxer in the world.

Lam has fought once in Australia against Hasely Hepi back in October last year, winning by Unanimous Decision. Lam won a belt in that fight, which is called the "Inaugural Pacific Promotions Heavyweight Title". 

Lam fought on Craig Thomson's last show against Tussi Asafo. Lam Dominated the entire fight which ended by Knockout. Originally Lam was scheduled to fight James Wilson, however Wilson pulled out due to a torn bicep requiring surgery to heal. After that fight, Craig Thomson decided to help promoted Lam on his shows.

Afa Tatupu is a very tough veteran that's been pro boxing off and on since 2010. He has fought the likes of Kyotaro Fujimoto, Joseph Parker and Herman Ene Purcell. The former New Zealand champion, Tatupu is coming near the end of his career, now age 37 and have taken a lot of heavy hits in his career.

As for the undercard on the show, Kriton Eliu will be making his pro debut against Lui Te'o, Panuve Helu will be taking on an opponent that is still to be announced and a full corporate card.

Heavy Hitters
Friday the 13th of October
Ellerslie Event Centre
Tickets available at
https://events.ticketbooth.co.nz/event/heavyhitters/tag/fbog

Doors Open 6.00pm - Fights Start 7.00pm
General Admission online sales $40.00
Door Sales $50.00 Ringside
Premium Tables $1800.00* 
Premium Tables $1500.00*

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