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New Jersey’s Aces Boxing Club to offer free father/son seminar

BOONTON, N.J. — Aces Boxing Club is inviting the public to a free father/son boxing seminar on Sunday, July 20.

The event, which starts at 12 p.m. and will run for about 90 minutes, will be held on location at 718 Main Street in Boonton. The purpose, said club owner/head coach Joe Zabry, is to educate fathers on basic boxing knowledge, mittwork, and bagwork in pursuit of having them become a bigger part of their son’s boxing experience. Continue reading

Aces Boxing Club to host amateur boxing event on May 3

BOONTON, NJ — Dozens of fighters from across New Jersey and New York will gather at Aces Boxing Club in Boonton on Saturday, May 3, to test their skills in a club show that promises nothing but excitement.

This event will be smaller than prior Aces-hosted shows in order to give new amateur boxers the chance to compete “without the bells and whistles” of larger events, said Aces’ head coach Joe Zabry. Continue reading

“Holiday Havoc” amateur boxing event strikes North Jersey Saturday night

PARAMUS, N.J. – Christmas is coming early for North Jersey fight fans this Saturday night as LBC Sports Management presents “Holiday Havoc — An Amateur Boxing Event” at the Paramus Elks Club in Paramus, N.J.

The event will feature a plethora of amateur boxers hailing from over 20 gyms in the tri-state area, said organizer Mike Rizzo, and several open class bouts are guaranteed to put the Garden State’s best young talent on display. Continue reading

New Jersey’s finest amateurs ready June 15 battle

PARAMUS, NJ — A number of New Jersey’s finest amateur fighters will put their pugilistic talents on display during a one-night show on Saturday, June 15, at the Paramus Elks Club in Paramus, NJ. Brought to the masses by Mike Rizzo of the Loyalty Boxing Club (LBC) Sports Management team, the event, nicknamed the “Summer Showdown,” will be a sanctioned amateur event featuring the best of the Garden State’s young talent. Continue reading