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Fight For Life

November 28


Fight For Life

Boxing: LIVE Coverage of the Woodstock Reserve Fight For Life charity event: only on SKY ARENA (SKY Channel 038) on Saturday December 3 from 8pm, replaying on Sunday December 4 at 8.30pm.

SKY ARENA brings you exclusive coverage of the biggest charity boxing event of the year, the Woodstock Reserve Fight For Life.

An extravaganza like no other, Woodstock Reserve Fight For Life is the ultimate sporting event of 2011 featuring six rugby superstars versus six rugby league hard-men, alongside the much anticipated bout between Crowd Goes Wild reporter Hayley Holt and pro surfer Paige Hareb. It will be an extreme battle-of-the-codes as the athletes go head to head over three two-minute boxing rounds for charity.

Team League will consist of Wendell Sailor, Awen Guttenbeil, Issac Luke, Jerry Seuseu, Wairangi Koopu and Monty Betham. Whilst Team Rugby will feature pro boxer Shane Cameron, Christian Cullen, Carlos Spencer, Matua Parkinson, Slade McFarland, and Liam Messam. The charity these boxers are fighting for is The Prostate Cancer Foundation of NZ (PCF), which is a non-government funded organisation funded from public donations.

The Woodstock Reserve Fight For Life charity event is available to all SKY domestic Subscribers for $39.95 and will air LIVE on SKY ARENA (SKY Channel 038) Sunday 3rd December at 8pm, repeating the following evening on Sunday December 4 at 8.30pm

Don’t miss out. To book now visit www.sky.co.nz/myaccount, call 0800 759 758 or book by using your remote. This event will also be available in HD on SKY Arena HD (Channel 39), to HD subscribers.

Boxing: LIVE Coverage of the Woodstock Reserve Fight For Life charity event: only on SKY ARENA (SKY Channel 038) on Saturday December 3 from 8pm, replaying on Sunday December 4 at 8.30pm.
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