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Fightin For Cerebral Palsy Ready to Rumble on Sept. 20
Night of boxing from King's Promotions set for Saturday, September 20th at 6:00 p.m.
08/27/2014 4:28 PM ET

Baseballtown will be getting ready to rumble on Saturday, September 20th when FirstEnergy Stadium hosts Fightin For Cerebral Palsy, a boxing event to benefit Cerebral Palsy. The night will feature exciting boxing matches from King's Promotions. Proceeds from the event benefit Cerebral Palsy thanks to King's Promotions. 

Bell time for the event is at 6:00 p.m. with Tompkins VIST Bank Gates opening at 5:00 p.m. 

Ringside tickets cost $25 while general admission is just $15. Tickets are available by calling King's Boxing at 610-587-5950.

King's Gym opened in Reading in 1995 as a way to get youngsters off the streets and involved in more positive activities. The name "KING" stands for "Kids In Need of Guidance and gym owner Marshall Kauffman has spent years using the sport of boxing as a way for both his professional and amateur boxers to feel good about themselves through confidence and pride. 

KING's Promotions was formed in 1994 and has since put on many successful amateur and professional fight cards in the mid-Atlantic region. In 2005, local businessman Jeff Nigrelli joined Marshall as a partner in KING's Promotions. They have since put on several sold-out fight cards at the Riveredge Complex in Reading and have recently expanded to boxing events at the spacious and modern Sovereign Center in downtown Reading, Pennsylvania.

Fans can get more ticket information by visiting Fightins.com, calling the Fightin Phils Ticket Office at 610-370-BALL, or by visiting the Fightin Phils Ticket Office in person at FirstEnergy Stadium. Follow the Fightin Phils on Twitter at @ReadingFightins and like them on Facebook via www.facebook.com/fightins. 

 

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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