Catch the live fights Saturday night

Mission City Boxing Club’s Jessy Brown

Mission City Boxing is presenting a night of live boxing March 26 at 7:30 p.m.

This will highlight five of Mission City Boxing Club’s amateur athletes starting with 12-year-old Tyson Volker versus Justis McKay-Topley from Nanaimo. They have each won one of their two previous matches, so this will be the rubber match. The card will also feature Leeland Oosterbrink facing off against Kamloops’ Drew Weafer. Oosterbrink is an exciting boxer to watch, having won his two previous matches by TKO in the first round.

Sean McIntosh is now ranked number two in Canada and he will be fighting Josh Slager from Kamloops, who has had eight wins in a row.

The co-main event will be Jessy Brown, a two-time Canadian champion, against Tody Ibedero from New Westminster.

The other main event will feature Cody Brown versus Nicco Ippolito from Kamloops. Cody is also a two-time Canadian champion and Ippolito is the Canadian silver medalist.

There are going to be five other exciting bouts.

Tickets are $20 (adults) and $10 (students). The address is 33201 London Ave. For further information, call Dale at 604-826-1455.

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