Claiming Canadian Titles And Fighting Cancer In Niagara Falls Ontario | Featuring Global Legacy Boxing

December 3, 2017
Filed Under: Event News, Top Stories


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Fight To End Cancer founder, Jennifer Huggins (centre) helps promote awareness and raise funds at the Global Legacy Boxing show in Niagara Falls Dec. 1, 2017 | Photo Credit: Virgil Barrow


Claiming Canadian Titles And Fighting Cancer In Niagara Falls Ontario | Featuring Global Legacy Boxing


Global Legacy Boxing has Established Professional Boxing, and the Fight To End Cancer in Niagara Falls!

Mladen (The Monster) Miljas demonstrated that he has scary power in both fists Friday night at the Niagara Falls Convention Centre.

The Mississauga heavyweight captured the Canadian heavyweight title away from defending champion Dillon (Big Country) Carman with an awesome display of force. View Full Story via. Toronto Sun | Steve Buffery

In addition to launching their inaugural “Fight Series: Niagara” earlier this yearGlobal Legacy Boxing also partnered with the Fight To End Cancer for their official 50-50 draw, with proceeds benefitting the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.  Nearly $3000 was raised, with the over 2000 guests who packed the Scotiabank Convention Centre this past weekend for “Thunder At The Falls”.

“The Fight To End Cancer is a global initiative and I’m honoured that Les Woods and Lennox Lewis have joined the fight. It’s an incredible opportunity for me to combine my passion for boxing and love for the community into one outlet. Global Legacy Boxing is helping to promote awareness and raise funds for a cause that affects us all!”

~ Jennifer Huggins | Fight To End Cancer

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Fight To End Cancer proudly bears the Canadian flag before the bell rings for the main event featuring Dillon (Big Country) Carman versus Mladen (Monster Mel) Miljas.

Fight To End Cancer proudly bears the Canadian flag before the bell rings for the main event featuring Dillon (Big Country) Carman versus Mladen (Monster Mel) Miljas.

Dillon (Big Country) Carman, right, scored early against Mladen (Monster Mel) Miljas on Friday but Carman didn't make it past the second round, losing his Canadian heavyweight title to his former trainng partner. | Photo Credit: Virgil Barrow

Dillon (Big Country) Carman, right, scored early against Mladen (Monster Mel) Miljas on Friday but Carman didn’t make it past the second round, losing his Canadian heavyweight title to his former trainng partner. | Photo Credit: Virgil Barrow

Renowned violinist, Dr. Draw and Canadian Beatboxing champion, Scott Jackson, pumped up the crowd before the co-main event. | Photo Credit Virgil Barrow

Renowned violinist, Dr. Draw and Canadian beatboxing champion, Scott Jackson, pumped up the crowd before the co-main event. | Photo Credit Virgil Barrow

Global Legacy Boxing has proven that they will stop at nothing to accomplish their goals, with the energy and support for both boxing and giving back to the community.

Global Legacy President, Les Woods, and FTEC Founder, Jennifer Huggins, both share similar passions in the world of boxing and giving back to the community.

“At a time when so many are afflicted by this debilitating disease, both physically and mentally, our ability to play a role in supporting a foundation to fight one of the greatest fights of all, felt like a natural partnership.”

~ Les Woods | Global Legacy Boxing

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Photo: Global Legacy Boxing President/CEO (left) and Lennox Lewis (right) | Les Woods is determined to bring boxing back to its golden days. His passion and commitment to the world of boxing prompted Lennox Lewis' partnership with Global Legacy Boxing.

Photo: Global Legacy Boxing President/CEO (left) and Lennox Lewis (right) | Les Woods is determined to bring boxing back to its golden days.  His passion and commitment to the world of boxing prompted Lennox Lewis’ partnership with Global Legacy Boxing.

Les Woods, Lennox Lewis and our friends at Global Legacy Boxing are true heroes in the Fight To End Cancer and we couldn’t be more grateful to have them on the team!  We are always looking for more people ready to take on the fight.  If you’re interested, please Contact Us and Join The Fight!  Together we can end cancer once and for all!


ABOUT GLOBAL LEGACY BOXING

Global Legacy Boxing is the brainchild of successful Canadian Entrepreneur, Les Woods and Lennox Lewis, the last undisputed, universally recognized, Heavyweight Champion of the World. Global Legacy Boxing was founded to establish professional boxing as a premier sporting, cultural and social event for all Canadians to experience.

For additional information on Global Legacy Boxing, Lennox Lewis, or general inquiries, please contact Cullen Woods at Global Legacy Boxing. Cullenwoods@glboxing.com 647.269.5503

ABOUT FIGHT TO END CANCER

The Fight To End Cancer (FTEC) is a year round initiative carried out by ambassadors, sponsors and volunteers worldwide.  Over $700,000 has been donated since our inaugural year in 2012.  Funds raised by FTEC are donated directly to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.  Each year we celebrate the incredible hard work and dedication of our FTEC family with a black-tie, charity boxing gala.  This gala showcases 10 men and women who represent our Official Fight Team.  More About Us

Fight To End Cancer Media Contact:
Jennifer Huggins
Founder | Executive Director
Phone: +1.416.666.9314
Email address: jennifer@fighttoendcancer.com

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