The August 19 Lee Baxter Promotions card at the Brampton Powerade Centre isn’t just a showcase for one of the most successful Ontario fighters of the past ten years in Samuel Vargas, it’s a proving ground for some of Canada’s best prospects as well.
Over the past two years, Lee Baxter Promotions events have become home to some of the best international talent to have fought in Ontario in recent memory.
Samuel Vargas has been on boxing’s biggest stage, and he’s determined to prove that he still belongs there.
On August 19, Vargas steps up in one of the biggest fights of his career, as he battles Ali Funeka in the main event of Lee Baxter Promotions’ second event at the Brampton Powerade Centre.
Samuel Vargas has fought in front of millions of viewers on national television, but he’s never fought in his true homeland.
That changes tonight, when Vargas battles Marco Antonio Avendano at the Coliseo Carlos Mauro Hoyos in Medellin, Colombia as part of a special event presented by Lee Baxter Promotions.
The summer of 2017 is going to get even hotter on August 19, as some of the hottest fighters in Canadian boxing return to the Powerade Centre in Brampton.
On the heels of a show in front of a near-capacity crowd on March 18, Lee Baxter Promotions comes back to the scene of the historic night with another jam-packed card.
It’s a sign that the culture of boxing is changing in Ontario when a top-flight American prospect is coming to town.
That’s exactly what’s happening on April 20, as Chordale “The Gift” Booker will make his Canadian debut as part of Lee Baxter Promotions’ “Light ‘Em Up” event at the Danforth Music Hall in downtown Toronto.
As the old saying goes, where there’s smoke, there’s fire, and on April 20, Lee Baxter Promotions is out to prove that its new wave of stars is indeed the real deal.
On Thursday, April 20, LBP presents “Light ‘Em Up,” another night of world-class professional boxing at the Danforth Music Hall in downtown Toronto.
You can now relive Sandy Tsagouris’ historic world title-winning performance.
Last Saturday’s broadcast of Lee Baxter Promotions’ “The Boys Are Back In Town” event from the Powerade Centre in Brampton has been posted online for fans to watch, free of charge!
Simply follow this link at the LBP website, hit the “Videos” dropdown menu, and click the FREE button beneath the poster to play the event.
It’s big fight day across the world, and Canada is no exception, as many of the country’s best will enter the ring tonight in Brampton, as Lee Baxter Promotions presents “The Boys Are Back In Town.”
If you’re not one of the nearly 4,000 fans who will be in attendance at the Powerade Centre, tonight’s event will be broadcast live, in full, on the LBP official website.
The Boys Are Back In Town on March 18, and boxing fans are flocking to town with them.
Due to overwhelming demand of tickets for this weekend’s world championship boxing event at Powerade Centre in Brampton presented by Lee Baxter Promotions, an additional block of tickets has been made available online.