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Welcome to the C.P.B.C.

Welcome to the official website of the Canadian Professional Boxing Council, the longest reigning sanctioning body for professional boxing in Canada and also now sanctioning abroad. This site is dedicated to the memory of the late Jerry Doiron Sr. (Senior Advisor) and the late Vince Bagnato (Past President).

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November 11th let us remember them

The C.P.B.C. and its members would like to remind everyone on November 11th that we remember those who fought and gave their lives so that we could all be free. We thank all the brave soldiers that put it all on the line for our freedom.


Cody Crowley

October 19th 2019 in Peterborough Ontario was the place to be for a show that was nothing short of spectacular. Cody (The Crippler) Crowley 17 and 0 would take on Mian Hussain 16 and 1 and a debut on the UFC Fight Pass live to 140 countries across the world and a packed Peterborough Memorial Center with screaming fans. The show began with an exciting undercard as two promising heavyweights looked impressive.


C.P.B.C. Honors Len Shaw

Len Shaw

The C.P.B.C. was in Eastern Passage Sunday September 15th 2019 to pay honor to a remarkable man Mr. Len Shaw who has help so many kids .upcoming fighters of all sorts in the probably 60 years plus of being involved in the sport of boxing. Len has been there all those years as a coach, corner man, a trainer a role model and mentor and still in there doing it today. Len is only the second recipient to receive the C.P.B.C. Diamond Award. Michael ( Bunny Phillips ) was the first and he was trained by Len Shaw also in his early days. Len Shaw the C.P.B.C.


Laviollette scores upset

Joey Laviolette scored a big upset last night in Richibucto N.B. by defeating Dominic Babineau in a unanimous decision victory over 10 rounds. Laviolette dropped Babineau twice in the 7th round. Other matches Annie Mazerolle won a unanimous decision over Giovanna Gonzalez. In another match Greg Weeks stopped Alex Paul in a second round tko. Jani Babineau scored a unanimous decision over Brenda Balderas.


C.P.B.C. Honors Les Sprague

Les Sprague

The C.P.B.C. was in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Friday June 21st to honor one of the the greatest fighters to come out of the Maritime provinces from back in the day, Les Sprague, with the C.P.B.C. Honorary Lifetime Champion Award. First, there would be some very exciting Amateur Bouts Feature, 14 of them to be exact, and a well organized show promoted by Promoter Kelsey Fraser. There were fighters from Tribal Boxing Gym, Fist Boxing Gym of Moncton and Warriors Boxing Gym squaring of against opponents from the Province of Quebec.


C.P.B.C. in Mexico

C.P.B.C. International Superfly weigh Champion Luis Bedolla Orozco

Saturday June 1st C.P.B.C. was in Zamora Michoacan Mexico for 2 International and 1 North American title fight. The show was a very professional venue and everything was professional hosted by GdeZ Promotions. Uriel Hernandez fought a tough fight against Isidro Toala but Hernandez came up with the unanimous decision to win the C.P.B.C. North American Middle Weight title . Starting off to look like it might be a rough fight Luis Bedolla Orozco made short work of Eduardo Cruz Munoz ending it in the 2nd Round via TKO and winning the C.P.B.C. International Super Flyweight title .

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