The Pats & Big Blue "Rematch Rumble at the Horseshoe" Hypes SB46
January 24, 2012- Dunkadelic Sports Marketing in Baltimore, Maryland has continued its heavyweight championship headline titles for this year's NFL Playoffs. The concept was done to honor the passing of boxing legend Joe Frazier who died on November 7, 2011 of last year, and the 70th birthday (January 17, 1942) celebration of boxing and sports icon Muhammad Ali.
The AFC Championship between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots was titled"The Razor Brawl" 4 It All.
The NFC Championship game between the NY Giants and San Francisco 49ers was titled"The Gridiron Fisto" In San Francisco. Both headline titles were popular with online sites of all four teams.
Super Bowl XLVI is a rematch between the NY Giants and New England Patriots who met in Super Bowl XLII. The Giants defeated the Patriots 17-14 and ended the dream of a perfect season by New England who were a perfect 18-0 entering the game.
The game is being played in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium home of the Indianapolis Colts. Dunkadelic Sports Marketing has titled the game The Pats & Big Blue "Rematch Rumble at the Horseshoe."
This is the first time since Super Bowl XXVIII (Buffalo vs. Dallas) that two teams will faced off in a Super Bowl rematch. The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Buffalo Bills in both Super Bowl match-ups (Super Bowl XXVII 55-17 and Super Bowl XXVIII 30-13).
Eli Manning has the chance to defeat Tom Brady for a second time in a Super Bowl. Brady is trying to join Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana as the only quarterbacks to lead a team to four Super Bowl titles.
"This one of the most anticipated Super Bowls in the last 15-20 years" says Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic Sports Marketing. "It has a true Ali-Frazier build up to it and its most deserving of a headline title that people will be able to remember 20-25 years from now. It will be one of those moments in sports history that be relived over and over again. I can't wait."
The Pats & Big Blue "Rematch Rumble at the Horseshoe"