View Comments Broadway Balances America It’s time to seize the day! Broadway Balances America, the special six-part series airing on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television, returned on November 6 with a behind-the-scenes look at the tour of Disney’s Newsies. Correspondent Amber Milt travels to New York and learns the show’s iconic “newspaper dance” from the thrilling Act I closer “Seize the Day.” She also talks with Christopher Gattelli, the musical’s Tony-winning choreographer, some of the show’s “newsies” and Broadway’s Liana Hunt about Disney’s “Get Up and Go” fitness initiative and what it takes to be a “newsie.” Click play now!
Ekpo shone at GOtv Boxing Night 4 in October 2015, where he defeated crack Burkinabe champion, Jules Kabore in the fifth of their 10-round international challenge bout.Rasheed, better known as Afonja Warrior, will on March 18, take on Sam Sheedy of Britain for the vacant Commonwealth middleweight crown at the Ponds Forge Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire.Abolaji came to stardom through GOtv Boxing Night, where he has featured in four editions. He is currently the national and West African middleweight champion, with both titles won at the GOtv Boxing Night.He defeated Ghana’s Adjei Sowah via third round knock at GOtv Boxing Night 6 to emerge the West African middleweight champion. At GOtv Boxing Night 8, he defeated Sunny Iyere to win the national title.Confirming the fights, General Secretary of the Nigerian Boxing Board of Control (NBB of C), Mr. Remi Aboderin, said the development was an indication that Nigerian boxing has regained its verve. Aboderin said this is due to the investment in the sport by GOtv, sponsors of GOtv Boxing Night; Flykite Promotions, organizers of the event for providing the springboard for Nigerian boxers and the NBB of C, which has supplied the regulatory backbone. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Two of the boxers who have featured at different editions of GOtv Boxing Night, Isaac Ekpo and Abolaji Rasheed, are billed to fight for the World Boxing Association (WBA) super middleweight title and the Commonwealth welterweight title bouts respectively next month.Ekpo, a former national and World Boxing Organisation (Africa) super middleweight champion, will challenge incumbent title holder, Germany’s Tyron Zeuge, on March 25 at the MBS Arena, Potsdam Brandenburg, Germany.