White Collar Fight Night

White Collar Fight Night is a boxing exhibition event started by Kevin Reynolds and Richard Pelcz of Contenders, to raise money for Athletics for Kids. There have been 9 events, every six months, so far raising over $100,000 for young kids (up to 18 years old) to play sports. The event consists of about 8 white collar bouts. Fighters train at Contenders Training Studio and are white collar professionals; hence White Collar Fight Night. With an announcer, ring girls, and a crowd of 200, the fight nights have a real professional and personal feel. Contenders will keep this tradition going. The fight nights continue their success, and fighters become part of a great tradition. Contenders, and it¹s members, as well as all the sponsors and friends that make this event possible are very happy of what White Collar Fight Night has become and are excited to watch it grow.

White Collar Fight Night In the News:

White Collar Fight Night's Conrad Schartau makes his mark on CTV News:

F.I.L.E.S News White Collar Fight Night 7:

White Collar Fight Night covered by CTV News

Mike Djonlic Featured in a 6 part series on the Vancouver Sun:

Part 1: Meet Mike Djonlic

Part 2: What the family thinks

Part 3: What Mike's Colleagues think about his part-time pugilism

Part 4: Meet Brent Louie:

Part 5: One week to go...

Part 6: Fight Night

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