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C.P.B.C. Western Canadian Men's Middleweight Championship

The Fight between Paul Bzdel vs Aubrey Morrow was nothing short of what was predicted, an all out war with both fighters putting in 100% of their guts and skills. Bzdel had Morrow cut and banged him up pretty good, it seemed like Bzdel was going to take this one but in the 7th round Morrow found some reserved energy and landed a big shot putting Bzdel on the ropes and following up with more shots that got the referee to step in and stop the action and Aubrey Morrow winning the C.P.B.C Western Canadian Middleweight Championship.


C.P.B.C. Western Canadian Women's Bantamweight Championship

The Fight between Alisah McPhee vs Peggy Maerz was a good fight with both girls feeling the waters early but then Alisah started boxing and moving and taking the lead to win a unanimous decision by scores of 78-74 77-75 79-73. and win the C.P.B.C Western Canadian Women's Bantamweight Championship.


Rumble at the Rink

C.P.B.C. Western Canadian  Titles
Saturday, May 23, 2015 - 18:30

The C.P.B.C. will be in Nanaimo British Columbia May 23rd 2015 for 2 C.P.B.C Western Canadian Championship Fights. The Show is Billed as Rumble at the Rink
and will be held at the Frank Crane Arena in Nanaimo BC. The First Title fight will see the always game and slick boxer Paul Bzdel of Saskatoon SK going up against #4 Ranked Middleweight Aubrey Morrow of
Qualicum BC for the C.P.B.C. Western Canadian Middleweight Tiltle. This bout will surely be exciting from the first bell and could hold a fight of the year status.




The C.P.B.C. is very happy to announce that it is now officially affiliated with the WBO/NABO. Exchange of logos with both organizations will be done soon.



The C.P.B.C. has declared the Heavyweight Title vacant as a mandatory title defense was not met in due time.


Scotty (The Bull Dog )Olson

The C.P.B.C. and its staff would like to wish Alberta Representative of the C.P.B.C. Scotty (The Bull Dog Olson ) a speedy recovery from his recent illness.
Prayers out to you Champ, and get well soon.


McCarthy Down for the Count

Down for the count

Here is a look back in time. The pictures here are very vintage (originals from 1913).


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