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New C.P.B.C International Lightweight Champion

Steve Wilcox

Sizzling Summer Fight Night's main event was Steve Wilcox vs. Imre Nagy from Hungary for the C.P.B.C. International Lightweight Championship. The fight started off slow but quickly picked up speed as Wilcox totally outboxed Nagy. The Hungarian fighter was very game throughout the fight but Wilcox had too much height and reach advantage. After 8 rounds the fight was stopped giving Steve Wilcox a TKO and the new C.P.B.C. International Lightweight Championship.


New Eastern Canadian Light heavyweight Champion

Eastern Canadian Light heavyweight Champion Travis Connors

The bout between Travis Connors and Jean Paul Arsenault for the C.P.B.C. Eastern Light heavyweight Championship was very entertaining up until Connors ended it with a third round KO and claimed the vacant title.


C.P.B.C. Eastern Canadian Super middleweight Title

Richard Arsenault vs. Shane Upshaw

The fight between Arsenault vs. Upshaw for the C.P.B.C. Eastern Canadian Super middleweight Title was all out war for six solid rounds. It was non-stop action from beginning to end with the fight ending in a draw.


New C.P.B.C. Middleweight Champion

C.P.B.C. Middleweight Champion Francis LaFreniere, Quebec, June 2014

Saturday June 28th/2014 was one of the best fights seen in years as Francis Lafreniere of Quebec walked in the ring to take on Paul Bzdel of Saskatoon for the vacant C.P.B.C. Middleweight Title. As the fans waited for the match to start, they had no idea what they were about to see. Put simply, it was one of the most exciting and entertaining fight in years. For the first round it was a testing round but after that the fire came up and never went down. Both warriors never stopped punching for 9 hard fought rounds and at the end of the 10th, Francis LaFreniere is the new C.P.B.C.


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.


Summer Heat Highlights from Africville

C.P.B.C. Light welterweight champion Steve Wilcox

On Saturday August 24th 2013 in Africville, Halifax N.S. under the big tent was a great fight card. Two title fights were to be had, the first one the co-main event feature, Steve (The Pirahna) Wilcox came up against Marcel (Little Magic) Maillet for the C.P.B.C. Canadian Light Welterweight Championship. The fans were treated to a very exciting fight with Marcel Maillet showing great courage, the heart of a true warrior and one very tough opponent for Steve Wilcox. See the score card for each round of this fight.


4th Annual Fight for Kids

Michelle Nelson with corner men

On April 4th, 2013 the C.P.B.C. was again in Calgary Alberta for the 4th annual Big Brothers and Big Sisters fundraiser. Cannacorp Genuity organized and hosted the fundraiser part of the event while Impact Boxing Promotions organized and hosted the boxing show. What a show it was - two C.P.B.C. titles were on the line to a completly sold out crowd!


3rd Annual Fight for Kids

C.P.B.C. Heavyweight Champ

April 25th, 2012 was an exciting night in Calgary Alberta as Cannacorp Genuity with the help of Impact Boxing Promotions had there third annual Big Brothers / Big Sisters fund raiser. It was a sold out show starting off with some amateur bouts and auctions in between every bout. Closing the night was a 6 rounds bout between Michelle Nelson vs Peggy Maerz and it was a none stop action bout till the end with Maerz getting the decision. Look to see these two meet again in the near future.


Anthony Lessard vs. Roberto McLellan

Roberto McLellan vs Anthony Lessard, March 10, 2011

Roberto McLellan managed to pull off a big upset Thursday night in Calgary by stopping Anthony Lessard at the end of round 6, therefore winning the vacant C.P.B.C. junior middleweight title. McLellan was in control of the fight from the beginning, landing punches from the outset using lots of angles. McLellan hurt Lessard with a body shot and then sent him to the canvas with a combination of well placed punches. Lessard beat the count but looked exhausted and hurt as he made it to his feet. McLellan followed up with another knockdown near the bell.

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