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Gaetan Hart: Triumph and Tragedy by Ted Sares

Ted Sares published a great article on Canadian boxing legend Gaetan Hart earlier this month over at
Read the full article here.


Double Jeopardy Highlights from Moncton

Brandon Brewer and Paul Bzdel

Saturday February 1st 2014 saw Professional Boxing return to Moncton with Double Jeopardy taking place at ST- Pats center in Moncton. The Show was completely sold out and what a night of action fights. In the first bout Steve Rainford proved too much for opponent Maikel Marcelo Verdicia. It started off evenly but Rainford put a quick end to the bout with a KO in the third.


Victory Boxing Promotions Presents: Double Jeopardy

Saturday, February 1, 2014 - 18:30

Victory Boxing Promotions will host a boxing show on Saturday, February 1st, 2014 November 23, 2013 at the Moncton Lions Center at 55 Mark Ave.

Tickets available at both Dooley's locations (Mountain Road & Elmwood Drive) or by calling Mike at 386-2691 or Ulysse at 380-5755.


Tilmon " Tilly " Leblanc

The C.P.B.C. and its members would like so send out its deepest condolences to the family of Tilmon "Tilly" Leblanc who passed away peacefully on Sunday September 22nd 2013 in Moncton N.B. Tilly was one of the great Maritime Fighters back in the older days of boxing and also a Member of the Canadian Boxing Hall of Fame. Tilly also went 10 rounds in 1954 with the great Willy Pep. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Rest in Peace Champ.


Ken Norton

The C.P.B.C. would like to take this moment to express condolences to the family of the great Ken Norton who passed away recently. He will be sadly missed. Rest in peace Champ.


C.P.B.C. Welcomes Jamie Taylor

The C.P.B.C and its members are pleased to announce that Jamie Taylor of Medicine Hat Alberta has joined the C.P.B.C. as the new Western Canadian Representative. Jamie will cover from Manitoba to Vancouver to make things happen with his years of experience in boxing. Congratulations and welcome aboard Jamie.


Tommy (The Duke) Morrison

The C.P.B.C. and its members would like to send out our deepest condolences to the family of Tommy (The Duke) Morrison who passed away Sunday night, he was 44. He will be sadly missed.

Rest in peace Champ.


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