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). The C.P.B.C. would like to thank our sponsor Mapleton Pharmacy and Premium Awards & Recognition Ltd. for their support.
Saturday September 30th 2017 in Peterborough Ontario at the Peterborough Memorial Center with another full house was nothing short of just an electrifying night of Professional Boxing as Cody ( The Crippler ) Crowley defended his C.P.B.C. International light middleweight title with a 6th round TKO of Jamaican Richard ( The Frog ) Holmes who could not come out to continue fighting. Until that moment the fight was very exciting and and action packed but the Crippler showed he was to fast and to strong for his opponent.
The C.P.B.C. would like to send out our deepest condolences to the friends and family of Lawrence Boom who passed away suddenly a few days ago. Lawrence had a big following of fans students and very well known and respected in the sport of boxing.He will be sadly missed by all his friends and family and the boxing community. RIP Lawrence.
In this photo: Siblings Patricia L. Tully and Muhammad Abdullah – cousins of honouree, David Downey on his maternal grandfather’s side -present former two-time Canadian Professional Middleweight Boxing Champion, Dave Downey with a framed poster including an image of him and his career events.
David is proudly wearing the CPBC Legacy Champion Belt that he was presented a few minutes previously by CPBC President, Don Collette. Dave Downey is the 4th recipient of the prestigious C.P.B.C Honorary lifetime champion award.
Philly Fight Night returns Sept 8
Junior lightweight Avery Sparrow, who insists on “meaningful fights” to boost his resume, finds himself in with another toughie when he boxes former four-time Canadian national amateur champion Joey Laviolette in the scheduled eight-round main event Friday evening, Sept. 8, at the 2300 Arena.
The Sparrow-Laviolette contest tops a nine-bout card which begins at 7.30 pm.
The C.P.B.C is sad to hear of the passing of one of the greatest boxing officials ever, Marlon Wright. Marlon worked numerous title fights for the C.P.B.C. we will miss him dearly. Condolences to all his friends and family.