Cape Town - Nothing But Trouble (NBT) is set to host yet another White Collar Boxing (WCB) event at Good Hope Centre, Cape Town on 20 June 2015.
The event will be hosted in support of the Pebbles Project charity. Pebbles Project, specialises in enriching the lives of children from disadvantaged backgrounds with special educational needs, focusing on those whose lives are affected by alcohol.
This stylish and conventional Russian Revolution Red-themed event will feature distinguished white collar boxing, awesome music, a bar and a swing parlour – all in aid of an amazing cause.
Despite the fact that the majority of contestants in this game have no prior boxing experience, they have undergone intensive training for three months, preparing for this event. In addition, contestants are provided with full access to first-class equipment, coaching and a referee to ensure the safety of each participant.
The NBT White Collar Boxing fighters’ line-up includes a mix of old and new fighters from various professions. A line up of fighters include: Ian Ashforth - an Entrepreneur, Stephen Oakes - a Recruitment Specialist, Ross D'Arcy-a Quantity Surveyor/Construction Manager, Michael Sterne - an Admin Clerk, Lloyd Prince - a Sales Consultant, Michael Prince - an Account Executive, Michael Nortje - an Entrepreneur -Plumbing, Chris Heaton - a Managing Director and Kate Lategan.
Additional fighters will be announced in coming weeks.
The NBT WCB Russian Revolution 2015 is a special event not to be missed, as P.H Fat, Jakobsnake, Niskerone will be making special appearances and DJ Django will grace the dance floors, while heating up this ice party with his remarkable and awesome mix.
According to NBT, "The Russian Revolution isn’t over, it only just begun." NBT, the real deal in boxing, invites you to an underground boxing match and the after-party set in mid-winter Mother Russia during the Red Revolution. Sit down, stay down and enjoy an unforgettable night of awesome fun, all in the name of charity.
Nothing But Trouble White Collar Boxing’s event is a fast growing, amateur sporting event in support of various charities.
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Tickets for the Nothing but Trouble: White-collar Boxing Party can be purchased here.
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