The "Razor Brawl" 4 It All is the AFC Championship Headline Title
January 16, 2012- Dunkadelic Sports Marketing in Baltimore, Maryland has created a headline title name for the AFC Championship Game featuring the Baltimore Ravens vs. the New England Patriots. The "Razor Brawl" 4 It All is the headline title.
The two AFC heavyweights will battle each other for the right to represent the American Football Conference (AFC) in Super Bowl XLV1
The headline title gives the game the feel of heavyweight title match of the 1970's in the mold of The Rumble in the Jungle or The Thrilla in Manila. Both fights featured boxing icon Muhammad Ali.
The Patriots play at Gillette Stadium and the stadium is nickamed 'The Razor'.
Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic Sports Marketing hopes that the media and fans will get behind the headline title to create a buzz that will make the game one of the most viewed AFC Championship games of all-time.
Vaughan continues, "The Razor Brawl 4 It All is a perfect title because the game features the best offensive player of his generation in Tom Brady and the best defensive player of his generation in Ray Lewis." The Patriots win with a fancy passing attack like an Ali jab. Tom Brady is the pretty boy also like a young Ali. The Ravens are like Joe Frazier, Jack Dempsey or George Foreman they hit you on defense like a heavyweight slugger. The Patriots will try to revenge the first-round knock out that the Ravens delivered to them from two-years ago when they beat them 33-14 in the Divisional Playoff round. It will be a great game."
Vaughan also said he hopes there will be t-shirts and hats made for the game. It would be a very nice piece of memorabilia. All is needed now is for Michael Buffer to introduce the game.
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