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Ladies Fight Night announced at Buckhead Fight Club!
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(FEB 25) Atlanta, GA: Ladies Fight Night, a two day amateur tournament will be held April 30 and May 1 at Buckhead Fight Club in Atlanta, Georgia.

Sanctioned by USA Boxing, Ladies Fight Night welcomes girls and women- all ages and weight classes: Junior Olympic, Novice, Open and Masters. Belts will be awarded to winners in each class. Prematch now by submitting team/boxer information to a the following link: http://buckheadfightclub.com/index2.php#!/Ladies_Fight_Night  Registration is $25. Please submit names and teams as early as possible for pre-matching..



Buckhead Fight Club is located at 3293 Buford Hwy. NE, Ste. 500, Brookhaven, GA and is owned by retired world champion and 2015 women's Hall of Fame inductee Terri “The Boss” Moss. “Bringing an exciting women's boxing show the gym is going to be an incredible experience!” Terri said. “For quite some time I've had requests to host an event like this. I hope it serves the women's amateur boxing community and gives them a little work. We are going to try to make sure those who come can get as much time in the ring as possible."

 
     
     
   
 
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