Tickets are on sale now for the 2007 Tulsa Charity Fight Night XVI, held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, for The Bridges Foundation charity.
The charity Fight Nights began in 1992 when Ray and Robin Siegfried partnered with the NAIOP to combine boxing legends with business networks, and put on an international boxing competition, raising money for different charities every year.
The Fight Nights have been going for 15 years now and have played host toheavy weight champs Muhammad Ali, ‘Smokin’ Joe Frazier, Lennox Lewis and Evander Holyfield as well as other boxing personalities like Mickey Rourke, Al Berstein, Joe Mesi and Hector Commacho Jr.
But the black-tie event doesn’t just bring in the boxing greats, in past years its also drawn names like Dennis Rodman, Amber Valletta, George Wendt and Rocky Calmus, among others.
The Tulsa Charity Fight Nights have raised more than $1 million for charities like Meals On Wheels, Make a Wish Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, and the Special Olympics.
This year’s charity The Bridges Foundation connects with intellectually disadvantaged people, focusing on what each of them can do and assisting them to attain their own individual goals.
Make your reservations now because the Tulsa Charity Fight Night XVI will sell out. They always do.