White Collar Fight Night 5


White Collar Fight Night 5 another huge success!!!!

(Photo's provided by Jason Keel and Richard Lawrence)
 

White Collar Fight Night at Contenders Boxing Gym and Training Studio in Vancouver
Thanks to everyone that attended and our sponsors, the evening was the best to date!

The past 3 have completely sold out.  Every event has raised over 10 thousand dollars, and White Collar Fight Night 5 was no exception.

Raising over 13 thousand dollars, White Collar Fight Night 5 put us over 60,000 dollars raised in total
for Athletics for Kids!!
 

 

This event would not be possible without the great fights!


Fight Number 1: Brent Louie VS Ed Chung

First up we had Brent Louie winning over first time fighter Ed Chung. 

Brent established his jab early while Ed tried vigorously to establish his hay-maker. 
 

Brent Louie VS Ed Chung at the White Collar Fight Night at Contenders Boxing Gym in Vancouver  

Brent Louie VS Ed Chung at the White Collar Fight Night at Contenders Boxing Gym in Vancouver

 



Fight Number 2: Amar Manuel VS Amin Ibrahim

Second fight of the evening was Amar Manuel VS Amin Ibrahim.

One of the most exciting bouts of the evening.  This fight was so close Amar was thought to have won.  But in the end, it was Amin’s allusiveness that made him the victor.
 

Amar Manuel VS Amin Ibrahim at the White Collar Fight Night at Contenders Boxing Gym in Vancouver   Amar Manuel VS Amin Ibrahim at the White Collar Fight Night at Contenders Boxing Gym in Vancouver




Fight Number 3: Leighton Dean VS Alex Prodanovic

Third bout was Leighton Dean VS Alex Prodanovic. Leighton’s speed and foot work was taken away by Alex’s constant pressure.  And with the short rounds, neither fighter was tired enough to make the difference.  Alex landed shots while dean was trying to pick a pace. Alex won on all 3 judges scorecards.

 
Leighton Dean VS Alex Prodanovic at White Collar Fight Night at Contenders   Leighton Dean VS Alex Prodanovic at White Collar Fight Night at Contenders



Fight Number 4: David McWhinnie VS Kibben Jackson


Fourth fight of the evening, our main event.  Farris’s David “The Fever” McWhinnie, took on Fasken’s Kibben “Pretty Boy” Jackson. While Jackson was establishing his straight punches, McWhinnie seemed to be working on his showboating.  In the end, Jackson beat “the fever”, but didn’t look like much of a “pretty boy”.  It was a close bout, with McWhinnie landing flurries and moving, while Jackson stuck to the basics landing his straight punches and countering when necessary.

 

David McWhinnie VS Kibben Jackson at the White Collar Fight Night at Contenders in Vancouver   David McWhinnie VS Kibben Jackson at the White Collar Fight Night at Contenders in Vancouver

 



 

Fight Number 5: Stephen Jackson VS Chad Drummond

Fifth fight, sponsored by searchforvideo.com, and the closest was Stephen “Big Daddy” Jackson VS Chad “The Stone” Drummond. What started off as a boxing match, quickly turned into a full out brawl.  Both fighters not taking a step back and landing flurry after flurry.  Both covering up and displaying great defense.  This fight could only be judged a draw.  Both fighters looked great and fought hard, showing off their skills and heart.

 

Stephen Jackson VS Chad Drummond at the White Collar Fight Night at Condenders in Vancouver   Stephen Jackson VS Chad Drummond at the White Collar Fight Night at Condenders in Vancouver

 



Fight number 6: Bruce Mackenzie VS Rob Macdougall


The last fight of the evening, sponsored by Hawkeye Gold, was White Collar Fight Night 4’s Champion Bruce “The Headhunter” Mackenzie VS Rob “The Doog” Macdougall.

Early in the first round the champ looked better then ever.  Moving and landing combinations, confusing Macdougall.  Suddenly, Macdougall opened up landing a solid cross knocking the champ down.  Mackenzie quickly got up and shook it off.  Mackenzie finished off the fight swinging showing more heart and courage then any other fighter this evening.  In the end it was Macdougall’s sheer power that won him the fight.  Making him the new White Collar Fight Night Heavy Weight Champion.

Bruce Mackenzie VS Rob Macdougall at WCFN at Contenders in Vancouver   Bruce Mackenzie VS Rob Macdougall at WCFN at Contenders in Vancouver



We would like to send out a special thanks to everyone that helped out:

Paul Lazenby, Marina Mavros, Cynthia Galvez-Flores, Andy Mavros, Collin Wong, Gary Peters, Danielle Lowe, Alyce Harper, Sid Williams, George Angelomatus, Dave Babych, Robin Russell, Holly Merritt And Kam Longia

Thank you to Bone Hardwear for making the event look great by donating the White Collar Fight Night Apparel.

Bone Hardwear Logo


And a very special thanks to our Platinum Sponsors:
Fasken Martineau and Farris, Vaughn, Wills & Murphy Searchforvideo.com and Hawkeye Gold.
 

search for video - logoFasken Martineau logo

Farris logoHawkeye logo


Lets get ready for November 27, 2008. White Collar Fight Night 6!!!

Again, thank you to everybody that attended.  Your donations will be appreciated by the kids that finally have been given the chance to play
sports.
 



Upcoming White Colla
r Fight Night 5

It's time for the most anticipated White Collar Fight Night to date!!

May 22, 2008 Contenders Training Studio will be hosting it's 5th White Collar Fight Night!! After the huge success of White Collar Fight Night 4, this one is bound to be epic!

Some of the fighters have been training harder then ever and are preparing for battle to help raise money for Athletics for Kids (a charity that helps pay for young kids to play sports). Adrian Formosa will be defending his title, Bruce Mackenzie will also be defending his title and taking on a tough fight. White Collar Fight Night 4's big winner David McWhinnie will be up against Kibbon Jackson in a Farris VS Fasken Rematch!!

 

Tickets are $35 dollars, and for those who have been to the event, you know how popular it has gotten. WCFN 3 and 4 were completely sold out long before the event. Due to the venue we are limited to 200 tickets. They sell fast and all sales go directly to the charity.

At the event there will be drinks served from Ringside Lounge, as well as a 50/50 draw.

Another way you can support the event is by donating in the form of a sponsorship package. The sponsorship packages are listed below.

Also any donations are greatly appreciated. Let's keep the momentum going and make White Collar Fight Night 5 the most successful, the biggest and the best of the Contenders White Collar Fight Nights!

For more information, to purchase tickets, or for sponsorship packages please contact Teddy at:

Email: Ted@contenders.ca or Tel: 604.661.5059

Sponsorship Packages (Limited to the number if fights)
(These donations go straight to the Charity and you will receive a Tax Receipt)

Platinum Sponsors $1500
            Platinum Sponsors will receive:

  • Name and Logo Displayed around the gym during fight night
  • Logo Displayed beside belt until next fight night
  • Name announced before match (with sales blurb)
  • 5 tickets to fight night
  • 2 free personal training session at Contenders
  • WCFN Sweater

Gold Sponsors $1000
            Gold Sponsors will receive:

  • Name announced before pre-lim fight
  • 4 tickets to fight night
  • 1 personal training sessions at Contenders
  • WCFN Sweater

Silver Sponsors $500
            Silver Sponsors will receive:

  • 3 Tickets to fight night
  • 1 Personal training sessions
  • WCFN Sweater

Bronze Sponsors $250
  Bronze Sponsors will receive:

  • 2 tickets
  • 1 Personal Training Session
  • WCFN Sweater



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