Boxing: Salita invited to White House

Salita, a junior welterweight, has a record of 26-0-1 with 15 KO's.

December 18, 2006 01:08
Boxing: Salita invited to White House

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US President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush have invited unbeaten Brooklyn boxing star Dmitriy Salita to the White House for their annual Hanukka Festival Celebration, which will be held on December 18. Salita, a junior welterweight, has a record of 26-0-1 with 15 KO's. The celebration will include the annual hanukkia lighting by the president and first lady, and it will be Salita's second visit to the White House.

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