The Real Fight Club: Top TV Exec Goes For Real Fight Reality

05.06.06 - Malcolm Wall, Chief Executive Officer of TV conglomerate Flextech, owners of Bravo TV, Living TV,and UKTV network makes his White Collar Boxing debut at the world famous York Hall this Friday, helping to raise funds for Cancer Research UK. Malcolm will box 3 x 2 minute rounds against Brighton hardman Paul Portch, whose firm provides security to Hotels, Clubs and pubs in the Sussex area..

"I suppose that there is a certain irony in a TV exec getting a taste of reality" says Malcolm, "and at least I don't have to eat maggots".

Joining Malcolm on the 12 bout bill are ABN AMRO Director Andrew McMIllan and Collins Stewart's Paul Compton.


Founded by London event promoter Alan Lacey, The Real Fight Club organizes White Collar Boxing training and boxing evenings for its 5900 White Collar Warriors, many of whom work for or run leading companies.

The phenonemon has taken boxing into the boardroom and significantly, our most recent event, The Boodles Boxing Ball attracted a blue chip live audience which notably included Their Royal Highnesses Princes William and Harry along with numerous members of the aristocracy. White Collar Boxing training is also a growing activity within the mainstream health and fitness arena.

In the past five years the club has pioneered Celebrity Boxing with BBC Sport Relief featuring Ricky Gervais, and has organized nearly 60 White Collar Boxing Gala Fundraisers, Private functions & boxing hall events with no injuries other than the occasional bloody nose. Our modern day Corinthians all have to go back to the office the next day (to a hero's welcome).

The Real Fight Club Boxing bouts are carefully and professionally matched using criteria based on age, weight, experience, fitness and boxing skill. Boxers compete over 3 x 2 minute rounds, under the safety-first rules and auspices of The International White Collar Boxing Association who insist that all Boxers undergo rigorous training at numerous locations across London and Europe with quality approved trainers. Contestants use 16oz gloves and head guards in generally non-decision bouts. Extensive medical precautions are taken.

The Real Fight Club although not a charity itself, has however helped to raise almost 1million for various good causes around the World.


"The Summer Bash"
Sponsored by Collins Stewart

9th June 2006 York Hall, Doors 7.00
Tickets hotline: 0871 474 6001

There will be 12 tantalizing White Collar Boxing bouts featuring businessmen from the City and East End

Article posted on 05.06.2006

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