FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Lewiston, Maine (March 29, 2016) – New England Fights (NEF), America’s number-one regional fight promotion, will hold its next event, “NEF 22: ALL ROADS LEAD HERE” on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at the Androscoggin Bank Colisée in Lewiston, Maine.  The fight card will feature a mix of mixed-martial-arts (MMA) and professional boxing bouts.  Earlier today, NEF announced the addition of a professional junior welterweight bout to the boxing portion of the “NEF 22” fight card.  Josh Parker (0-2-1) is scheduled to face Evincii “Prize Fighter” Dixon (7-13-1, 2 KOs) in a four-round contest.

Josh Parker is the founder and head coach of Ruthless MMA & Boxing based in Benton, Maine.  Prior to entering the boxing ranks, Parker was a regular in the NEF MMA cage.  He boxed to a draw against fellow NEF MMA alum Elias Leland (0-0-1) last November in Lewiston.  Most recently, Parker dropped a decision to undefeated Julio Perez (4-0) on a boxing card in Rhode Island.  He is hungry for his first victory as a professional boxer.

“I want to thank NEF for another opportunity to fight,” said Parker.  “I have a lot to prove.  My skills have not been reflected in my past few performances.  I’ve switched up some aspects of my training and I’m confident that I will finally be able to bring the real me to the ring.  I will be facing an experienced opponent who will present some tough challenges for me – which is exactly what I wanted.  The toughest opponent I’ve ever faced is myself, and now that I’ve figured him out, it doesn’t matter who’s standing in front of me.”

A veteran of more than twenty professional fights, Evincii Dixon has been one of the northeast’s most active boxers since his debut in the summer of 2013.  Dixon, who calls Lancaster, Pennsylvania his home, often fights multiple times in a given month in places as far away as Texas, California and, most recently, Ohio.   He made the 500-mile trek to Lewiston, Maine last month, picking up a win in the NEF ring against Antonio Chaves Fernandez (7-26-3).  Dixon will be looking to get back in the win column at “NEF 22” after a loss last weekend.

“Really excited to be back in Maine,” said Dixon. “Really looking forward to an action packed fight!  My last fight there the fans were so amazing to perform in front of and I can’t wait to give them a fight to remember!”

New England Fights’ next event, “NEF 22: ALL ROADS LEAD HERE,” takes place Saturday, April 23, 2016 at the Androscoggin Bank Colisée in Lewiston, Maine.  Tickets for “NEF 22” start at just $25 and are on sale now at www.TheColisee.com or by calling the Colisée box office at 207.783.2009 x 525.  For more information on the event and fight card updates, please visit the promotion’s website at www.NewEnglandFights.com.  In addition, you can watch NEF videos at www.youtube.com/NEFMMA, follow them on Twitter @nefights and join the official Facebook group “New England Fights.”

About New England Fights

New England Fights (“NEF”) is a fight events promotions company. NEF’s mission is to create the highest quality events for Maine’s fighters and fans alike. NEF’s executive team has extensive experience in combat sports management, events production, media relations, marketing, legal and advertising.