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OH WHAT A NIGHT: TVKO SAYS BOWE-HOLYFIELD ON FOR NOVEMBER 4
Published October 3, 1995
The Bowe-Holyfield heavyweight fight will remain scheduled for November 4 at Caesars Palace, according to an announcement this morning by TVKO, Time Warner Sports, Caesars Palace, Spencer Promotions and Main/Events Monitor. The live pay-per-view event will begin at 9pm EST, with the main card scheduled to begin around 11:30pm. The event will go head-to-head with Fox's broadcast of Mike Tyson's second fight since being released from prison. The Bowe/Holyfield PPV special will carry a suggested retail price of $39.95. Time Warner Sports President Seth Abraham said they "were very pleased that our partners at Caesars, Spencer Promotions, Main Events/Monitor and the cable industry were able to re-affirm their commitment" (TVKO).