Global Legacy Boxing Continues The Fight To End Cancer At THUNDER AT THE FALLS | December 1st Niagara Falls, ON

November 29, 2017
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Global Legacy Boxing Continues The Fight To End Cancer At THUNDER AT THE FALLS | December 1st Niagara Falls, ON

 

DILLON “Big Country” CARMAN
To defend his Canadian Heavyweight Title !!


The Fight to End Cancer (FTEC) is delighted to partner once again with Global Legacy Boxing, with the return of professional boxing to Niagara Falls, for their 7th professional show to help bring awareness to the sport and to continue raising critical funds for cancer research.

Canadian Heavyweight Champion DILLON “Big Country”CARMAN (12-2, Madoc, Ontario) will defend his title against MLADEN “Monster Mel” MILJAS 6-0, 6KO’s (Mississauga, Ontario), on Friday, December 1st, 2017, at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

The Canadian Heavyweight Championship will headline a seven (7) bout professional card, presented by Lennox Lewis and Les Woods of Global Legacy Boxing.  Once again they will be partnering with the Fight To End Cancer for the official 50-50 draw, with 100% of the proceeds going to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.  The show will include matches featuring heavyweight Kristian Prenga of Albania, Niagara Falls boxers Marko Szalai and Slavko Paic, in addition to the professional debuts of highly regarded prospects Joshuah Lupio of Niagara Falls and Ryan Robinson of London, England.  “Carman vs. Miljas” will represent Global Legacy Boxing’s second event in Niagara Falls, following their notable and very successful June 30th inaugural event.

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.

 

“I am both excited and proud to be bringing the GLB fight series to Niagara”

– Lennox Lewis, Undisputed Heavyweight Champion/Global Legacy Boxing Partner

“We could not be happier being able to continue to develop our sport in the wonderful city of Niagara Falls.  Every aspect of the experience has been positive, from the fighters, to the fans, to the facility – we intend to stay and grow for a long time to come!”

– Les Woods, Global Legacy Boxing President.

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.  In Les’ words:

“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.”

Photo by: Virgil Barrow | Fight To End Cancer Founder, Jennifer Huggins poses for a shot with FTEC Promo Girls. They raised nearly $2000 selling tickets to the official 50/50 draw last Friday night. The winner took home $937 and the remaining proceeds from the draw benefited the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.

Photo by: Virgil Barrow | Fight To End Cancer Founder, Jennifer Huggins poses for a shot with the FTEC Promo Girls.  They raised nearly $2000 selling tickets to the official 50/50 draw at the Global Legacy Boxing show on June 30, 2017.  The winner took home $937 and the remaining proceeds from the draw benefited the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.


WHO:  Dillon “Big Country” Carman vs. Mladen ” Monster Mel” Miljas, plus 6 other pro bouts

WHAT:  Professional Boxing, Canadian Heavyweight Championship

WHEN:  Friday, December 1st, 2017.  Doors open at 6:00pm.

WHERE:  Scotiabank Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, Ontario

WHY:  Fight for the Heavyweight Championship of Canada | Support the Fight To End Cancer

TICKETS:  Use promo code FTECGLB7 (tickets are between $50 – $75 and are available at www.Globallegacyboxing.com Ringside seating and VIP tables are available from $2000 to $3500)

BUY TICKETS NOW

 


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 and enjoy.

• Website:  www.Globallegacyboxing.com
• Facebook:  www.facebook.com/Globallegacyboxing
• Twitter:  www.twitter.com/GLBoxing
• Instagram:  www.instagram.com/GLBoxing

For additional information on Global Legacy Boxing or general inquiries, please
contact Nicola Scott at Global Legacy Boxing.

Email:  nscott@glboxing.com
Phone:  (647) 537 3859

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 to date since our inaugural year in 2012.  Funds raised by FTEC are donated directly to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.  We celebrate the incredible hard work and dedication of our FTEC family with a black-tie charity boxing gala each year.  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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