Fight Results

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Mar
19

Ray Olubowale a 3 time Canadian Champion

On Thursday night at Casino Montreal in front of a sold out crowd former 2 time Canadian became a 3 time Canadian Champion by stopping a very game Eric Martel with a 3 rd round KO and claim the C.P.B.C. Canadian Heavyweight Championship. The fight was not boring for one second and exciting right till the end. This was the co-main event of the night with rising start Custio Clayton fighting the main event of the night that did not leave anyone dissapointed.


Feb
28

C.P.B.C. in Calgary Alberta

February 26th 2016 saw the C.P.B.C. in Calgary Alberta for Teofista's Boxing Series #18 as they hosted the C.P.B.C. Canadian Super Welterweight title fight between Janks Trotter and Stuart Mclellan.


Feb
28

C.P.B.C. in Saskatoon

The C.P.B.C. was in Saskatoon this weekend February 27th 2016 for the C.P.B.C. Canadian Super Middleweight title fight between home town fighter Paul Bzdel and Shakeel Phinn from Montreal Quebec. The show was promoted by Page Promotions (Denis Page) was almost sold out and the was the first pro show in Saskatoon in almost two decades.


Dec
12

Rob Nichols wins the C.P.B.C. Cruiserweight Title

New C.P.B.C. Cruiser-weight Champion Rob Nichols

Friday night December 11th 2015 in Calgary saw two Cruiserweights battle it out for the then reigning champion Frank White's C.P.B.C Title. The fight started a little slow but soon picked up speed with both warriors throwing bombs at each other. A few times during the mid rounds it looked like White had Nichols in some trouble but the tough Nichols would come back. Also in the mid to late rounds it looked like Nichols had White in trouble but then White would come back, so after a hard fought ten rounds it was 97-93 97-93 97-93 for the winner and new C.P.B.C.


Dec
1

Tyson Cave wins the WBU Super-bantamweight Title

The show in Dartmouth Nova Scotia on November 28th,was a great show to say the least All opening bouts were action packed except for the bout between Greg Weeks of P.E.I. against Halifax's Juan Sanchez Weeks went to work hitting Sanchez to the body with punches that he could just not recover from, putting a halt to the bout quickly.


Jun
6

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.


Jun
6

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.


Aug
3

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.


Aug
3

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.


Aug
3

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.

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