Williams (22-0-1, 14 KOs), 26, of Philadelphia, became the mandatory challenger by virtue of a seventh-round knockout of Italy’s Marcello Matano in a title eliminator in March. “It’s a fight which has been asked for by fight fans,” Schaefer said. “It’s one of the best fights you can make in the division. I expect fireworks. Sometimes with mandatories you are stuck with a fight nobody wants to see, but in this case, it’s a fight everyone wants to see.” The card will be the second in Galen Center history and first since May 2014, when it hosted Bermane Stiverne’s sixth-round knockout of Chris Arreola to win a vacant heavyweight world title on ESPN. Schaefer, a Switzerland native who has lived for many years in Los Angeles, said his goal when he founded Ringstar was to have his first event in his adopted hometown. “I wanted to do my first event as a meaningful event where it’s a great card to be proud of, and I really wanted it to be in Los Angeles,” he said. Mr Romesh Angunawela – Moorfields Private Eye Hospital – Advanced Vision Surgery“When this card was shaping up, I threw my hat in the ring and talked to Al (Haymon, adviser to all four featured fighters). I said this is an event I’d like to be involved with, and that’s how it happened. I’m especially excited to be doing the card on the USC campus because that’s where two of my (three) boys go to college.” Also on the card, in a fight ticketed for the Showtime Extreme coverage of preliminary bouts, Australia’s Lenny Zappavigna (35-2, 25 KOs), 28, and Los Angeles-based Russian up-and-comer Sergey Lipinets (10-0, 8 KOs), 27, will meet in a world title elimination bout.
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Delegates can now secure their place at http://www.haagstreituk.com/retinasymposium . HS-UK Retina Symposium 2017 Faculty Harlow, Essex (PRWEB UK) 27 October 2016 Haag-Streit UK (HS-UK), the leading manufacturer and distributor of gold-standard optometry and ophthalmic equipment, is delighted to confirm that online booking is now live for the upcoming HS-UK Retina Symposium 2017. Delegates can now secure their place at http://www.haagstreituk.com/retinasymposium . Dr Pearse A. Keane, Moorfields Eye Hospital, will be chairing the Symposium. The Keynote Lecture Why 2RT? 50 Years of Science will be delivered by Prof John Marshall MBE, Professor of Ophthalmology, Institute of Ophthalmology. Other confirmed members of the Faculty include; Prof Giovanni Staurenghi, University of Milan Dr Michel Puech, Ophthalmologist, VuExpolora Institute of Paris Ms Rehna Khan, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Calderdale Hospitals NHS Trust Mr Nishal Patel, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Kent & Canterbury Hospital Mr Marco Morales, Ophthalmology & Visual Science Nottingham University Mr Serge Pierrache, International Sales Director, EMEA Optovue. The Symposium will cover a variety of topics, including; OCT angiography (OCT-A), including its use in diabetic retinopathy DMO and AMD SLO microperimetry Wide-field, true colour and auto-fluorescence imaging. It will be held at the historic Midland Hotel in Manchester on 30th January 2017.
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