Sweet Sweat Backs Gabriel Rosado’s Bid for WBO Intercontinental Jr. Middleweight Belt

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Sweet Sweat, the scientifically-tested thermogenic workout enhancer, supports “King” Gabriel Rosado as he fights Sechew Powell for the vacant World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior middleweight championship at the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on June 1.

Sweet Sweat, the topical thermogenic workout enhancer used by amateur and professional athletes, backs Philadelphia native “King” Gabriel Rosado, who faces fellow American Sechew Powell for the vacant World Boxing Organization (WBO) intercontinental junior middleweight championship at the Sands Casino Resort, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on June 1. The Rosado-Powell bout is the main event of the latest edition of NBC Sports Net’s “Fight Night.”

“Sweet Sweat is always on the lookout for up-and-coming fighters in boxing and mixed martial arts (MMA) who will help represent what the brand stands for. Gabriel, with his heart and skills, has the potential to be one of the best fighters in the division,” said Sweet Sweat vice-president for sales and marketing Jeff Pedersen, Jr. “We believe that Sweet Sweat will help enhance his workouts, making it easier for him to make weight and be at his best every time he enters the ring.”

Rosado (19-5, 11 KOs) is riding a five-fight winning streak and has won 12 of his last 15 fights. His most recent victory was a fifth-round TKO of Jesus Soto Karass at the ECW Arena in Philadelphia. He also holds victories over the likes of former International Boxing Federation junior middleweight champion Kassim Ouma of Uganda and Saul Roman of Mexico.

The 26-year-old American of Puerto Rican descent was originally slated to face Colombian right hander Joel Julio (37-4, 31 KOs) but the latter withdrew from the bout. Powell (26-4, 15 KOs), a southpaw, stepped in as a replacement. The change in opponents required adjustments in training but Rosado is unfazed. “At first I wasn’t crazy about fighting a lefty, but the junior middleweight division is full of them so it all turned out for the better. I am coming into this fight well-prepared. Using Sweet Sweat was a big help for my conditioning and weight cut,” said Rosado.

After the Rosado-Powell fight, Team Sweet Sweat heads west to take part in the International Esthetics, Cosmetics, and Spa Conferences, which will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center from June 9 to 12. Sweet Sweat will occupy booth 1314.

Sweet Sweat is formulated to help boost circulation, which in turn, accelerates warm-up and recovery time. The topical cream is ideal for both athletes and fitness enthusiasts as it helps enhance workouts and support fitness goals, be it fat loss, muscle gain, or improved performance. For more information, visit SweetSweat.com or call +8006339308.

About Sweet Sweat:
Sweet Sweat was developed by fitness expert Jeff Pedersen, Sr., the first baseball player in NCAA history to start on three straight national champion teams. The elder Pedersen launched Sweet Sweat in 1980 and is now available in 54 countries worldwide. Sweet Sweat is manufactured by Sports Research, a California-based company that also produces dietary supplements and other fitness products.


Jeff Pedersen, Jr.
Sports Research Corp.
784 W. Channel St.
San Pedro, CA 90731
Phone: 310.519.1484 ext. 102
Fax: 310.519.7525
Email: jeffjr(at)srcfit(dot)com

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