Fight Night in Toronto: Trio of Canadian Title Fights this Saturday Featuring Bahoeli-Carman, Trotter-Smichet, and Louis-Bence!
By Ben Rasofsky (24-Oct-2014)
Pro boxing returns to Toronto, Ontario with a bang as Global Legacy Boxing proudly presents it’s first fight card TOMORROW, Oct 25th, 2015 at the historic Maple Leaf Gardens. The main even is for the heavyweight championship of Canada and the card includes six pro bouts. Door open at Noon with the first bout starting at 1:30 p.m.!
On Saturday, October 25, Global Legacy Boxing (GLB) brings big time Canadian pugilism back to Toronto, Ontario, with a five fight card at the Mattamy Events Centre (Old Maple Leaf Garden’s). This is the first event, outside the annual Shaw Festival, to provide top-notch professional boxing in downtown Toronto. Although “The Shaw” routinely raises large sums of money for charity by restricting attendance to Toronto’s rich and powerful, the major knock on the event is it’s exclusiveness, which prevents the general public from attending. I’m happy to announce that GLB will be opening its doors to all paying customers, with tickets starting at $55. The tickets are a bit more than other shows, but other shows don’t typically stage three national championship fights. That’s right, GLB – in their very first show – is staging three well-matched Canadian title bouts. Well worth the price of admission!