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Laase Gets Title Shot vs Jamal James

Created: 02/04/2014 8:46 PM WDIO.com
By: Eyewitness Sports

Hinckley, Minn. - The Minnesota Welterweight Title will be up for grabs on March 28th when Jamal 'Shango' James defends his championship against Duluth native RJ 'T-Rex' Laase.

Both fighters picked up victories last month at Grand Casino in Hinckley and it will be at that venue where they'll compete against each other in the main event.

Laase is 12-1 and he will be moving up seven pounds to fight James at 147 pounds.

James is undefeated at 12-0.

Also on the card, former Minnesota Middleweight Champion Andy 'Kaos' Kolle (25-4) returns to the ring for the first time in about 14 months. His opponent has not yet been announced.

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