Cheshire White Collar Boxing’s 2013

With just 2 months to go until training begins for Cheshire White Collar Boxing’s 2013 event, preparation is already well under way. Firstly I am pleased to confirm we are returning to the beautiful Mere Golf & Country Club in Knutsford on Saturday 30th November, where our first show last year was a sell out.

Imagine walking out of the changing room with your song of choice blaring away, walking past your friends and family and a few hundred people, climbing through the ropes and facing your opponent across the ring. All the training, the runs, the blood sweat and tears for this exciting, exhilarating, adrenaline-filled 6 minutes of your life…Have you got what it takes?

White collar boxing originated in 1988 in New York. Tired and bored office workers found it not only a great way to let off steam, but also the best form of exercise they had ever done as well as the big buzz that came from it. It soon hit London and only in the last few years it has become popular with celebrities like Les Dennis, Grant Bovey and Ricky Gervais taking part and making it popular.

Anyone can compete from 18 to 57 and any level will be matched very evenly, and fight at the same weight. There is the odd bloody nose and a knockdown is rare.

Aside from the venue, I’ve been busy arranging a whole host of other things – the boxing equipment, including a full size boxing ring, lighting, video & photography, cornermen, referee. Although a knockdown or injury is rare in White Collar Boxing, we also have medical assistance booked for the night as this is a legal requirement at this type of event.

If you think you’ve got what it takes we have a small number of places left to compete in one of the bouts. Please contact me ASAP on 07886 432 658 (Glenn Williams).

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