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Federal Way boxer Thompson featured in ‘Fight Night at the Playboy Mansion’ | Slideshow of Ring Card Girls

Federal Way boxer Vincent Thompson, shown in between rounds during Battle at the Boat 76, held April 3, 2010. Thompson defeated DJ Linderman to win his second professional fight. - Mirror file photo
Federal Way boxer Vincent Thompson, shown in between rounds during Battle at the Boat 76, held April 3, 2010. Thompson defeated DJ Linderman to win his second professional fight.
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Federal Way heavyweight boxer Vincent Thompson will fight at the Emerald Queen Casino on Aug. 28 in Battle at the Boat 78.

Sponsored by Brian Halquist Productions, “Fight Night at the Playboy Mansion” will also include Playboy Playmates Pilar Lastra, Deanna Brooks, Stacey Fuson, Hiromi Oshima, Kara Manoco, Quina Chase and Seria Tawan. Also in attendance will be MTV’s DJ D-Wreck, Wednesday and Ray Rhodes.

Click here to view a slideshow of the Ring Card Girl Contest held Friday.

VIP ticket holders will be allowed to get into the pre-fight VIP party at 5 p.m. the night of the fight. This includes a meet and greet with the celebrities and a no-host bar.

Thompson (4-0) will fight Vili Bloomfield (9-4-1) in one of the featured fights. The main event will be Brent “Hurricane” Urban (6-2) against Jason Douglas (7-2).

Tickets are available at the Emerald Queen Casino box office or online at ticketmaster.com. Tickets range from $25 to $100.

VIDEO

Watch a short video below of Federal Way boxer Vincent Thompson preparing for his second professional fight at Battle at the Boat 76:

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