Atlantic City, New Jersey – Tuesday, April 24, 2012 - The “No Mercy” Caged Fighting Championship (CFFC) main event was embraced by Gary Barbera, Philadelphia native and owner and operator of Barbera’s Autoland, a Chrysler dealership in Pennsylvania.
The main event showcased two welterweight fighters. George Sullivan of Bellmawr, New Jersey and Greg Soto of Oakhurst, New Jersey. Gary Barbera
, a long time supporter of local fighters and their related events, was present during the bout. The two fighters came to serious blows at 2:09 in the first round when George Sullivan won by knock out against Greg Soto. Gary Barbera and his Barbera Cares Program was one of the sponsors during the event as a caring partner, they have also been promoting events in the community for more than two decades. The Barbera influence in Pennsylvania is a well-known staple of the community.
“It was great to take a photo with the champ! What a great fight!” Gary Barbera
said after George Sullivan’s victory. Most CFFC fighters are from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and the New York area, a place that Gary Barbera calls home.
The entire event was held at the Borgatta Hotel & Casino and will be televised on WB 17 in Philadelphia. Gary Barbera
is the owner and operator of Barbera’s Autoland the World Famous Barbera’s on the Boulevard, a competitive automotive dealership offering new and pre-owned inventories of Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles.
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