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10 June 2016 Greek Theatre, Ta Qali
The Rematch is what were all waiting for! The ref scored them at 38-39 in favour of Reinis, Billy Corito and his team think it was the wrong decision, so have challenged Reinis once again to get the right result! It will be a title fight so this time it will be 10 rounds of 3 minutes! Let the war commence.
We have a full packed undercard on the night, with some great novice boxers
Amir il Hans
Lourens Pahud de Mortanges
Nur il Fire
Paul De Uncle
and many more
The place to be is Greek Theatre, Ta Qali , Malta a night not to be missed! MALTA VS UK
Gladiator Night XIII
On June 4th we will have the next edition of Gladiator Night. It will held at Victor Tedesco Stadium in Hamrun. For the first time the main match will be between female athletes.
Mandy Cortis, Fight Factory, and Diane Schembri, TeamNoel, will face each other in the main match of the evening. Both athletes will compete with Boxing rules and contend for the World Boxing Union’s (WBU) Mediterranean Title Belt. The match is a 6×2 one in the 54kg category.
All the matches are sanctioned by the Malta Kickboxing Association (MKBA) and the Malta Boxing Association (MBA). Altogether there will be 12 matches in the disciplines of K1 and Boxing on semi-professional level. Fivematches will be between Maltese athletes for the National Title in their respective categories.
Gladiators Promotions and BoxMania, who are organizing the event, will also bring foreign athletes to compete. These are from Estonia, UK and France. The Maltese athletes that will contend with foreigners are: Lydon Chircop, Christian Schembri, Brandon Spiteri, Christopher Rotin, Brandon Borg and Kerstin Brown.
For more information visit the Gladiators Promotion page or contact Master Noel Mercieca on 79208283
On Friday 11 March 2016 at the Dolman Hotel and Spa, Bugibba, Malta, promoter Demis Tonna (Prize Boxing Promotion) Presents: RE-MATCH featuring a Super middleweight bout between Christian Schembri and Scott Dixon for the Benny Pace title.
Participating on this event – 76 KG Fabian Sathi 4×3 – 59KG Theon Camilleri 4×3 71 KG Duncan Calleja 4×3 – 91KG+ Micheal Carter 4×3 – 57KG Kerstin Brown 57KG – Lydon Chircop 6×3 – 69KG Garth Galea 4×3 – 75KG Richard Vella 6×3
Super Welterweight Bernard Roe will take on Frank Dodze for the vacant Malta (MBC) International super welterweight title
The underxard will feature Middleweight Nick Quigley vs Godwin Cudjoe and Light Heavyweight Goran Bogdanovic vs Tricky Commey
Event Promoter is: Stephen Vaughan (VB Promotions Ltd.) and the event will be held at the Aria Complex, San Gwann, Malta.
Nick Blackwell defends his British middleweight title against number one contender Chris Eubank Jr. at The SSE Arena on March 26
Blackwell vs. Eubank Jr., LIVE on Channel 5
LONDON (29 FEBRUARY) British middleweight champion Nick ‘Bang Bang’ Blackwell and number one contender Chris Eubank Jr. will be fighting for their hotly-anticipated British title clash on March 26 at The SSE Arena, Wembley.
Twenty-five-year-old Blackwell, 19-3-1 (8 KOs) and currently one of the most exciting fighters in the country, won the British middleweight title in May 2015 with a stunning seventh-round stoppage of John Ryder at a sold-out O2 Arena, live on Sky Sports Box Office. He then defended it twice before the year was out, knocking out Damon Jones with a single right hand in Derby and outpointing Jack Arnfield in an all-out war in Bristol, and now has his sights set on claiming the belt outright. To do so, all he needs is one more successful defence.
Eubank Jr., meanwhile, clearly represents the stiffest test of Blackwell’s thrilling British title reign. He is a year older than the champion at 26 and is the former interim WBA world middleweight titleholder.
Recent stoppage wins over Gary ‘Spike’ O’Sullivan, Tony Jeter and Dmitry Chudinov have seen Eubank Jr. in dynamic, hard-hitting form, and his narrow points defeat to world champion Billy Joe Saunders in November 2014, his sole career loss, has brought him on leaps and bounds. He is now, at 21-1 (16 KOs), coming into his prime and eager to get his hands on a British title which means so much to the Eubank family.
Two physical beasts of the middleweight division, the pairing of Blackwell and Eubank at The SSE Arena, highly-anticipated for many months now, is expected to produce both a ‘Fight of the Year’ contender and a future world champion. It promises to be something very special.