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Fight For Life 2013 - Sat 14 Dec - Doors open 6.00pm


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Join us for an entertainment extravaganza like no other, ‘Woodstock Fight for Life’, Saturday 14 December, where rugby union stars will be taking on leagues hardest men.

The main event sees New Zealand's own Shane "Mountain Warrior” Cameron, make his much anticipated return to the heavyweight division as he steps back into the ring to fight Brian "The Beast" Minto (USA), who is being trained by legendary boxing trainer Kevin Barry.

EVENT DETAILS:

Date: Saturday December 14, 2013

Corporate Doors Open: 6:00pm

GA Doors Open: 7:00pm

Venue: The Trusts Arena, Auckland

Charity Recipient: KidsCan

MAIN FIGHT:

• Shane Cameron (NZ) v Brian Minto (USA) - WBO Oriental Heavyweight Title

Preceding the Title fight, we have a series of fantastic undercard fights including:

• Paul Gallen (AUS) v Liam Messam (NZ)
• Sam Thaiday (AUS) v Ben Tameifuna (NZ)
• Chris Cairns v Simon Doull
• Steve Kilgallon v Stephen McIvor
• Nikolas Charalampous v Scott Taliauli

Be part of the legendary fever pitch atmosphere, intensity and rivalry at the best live event of the year.

General admission tickets available atwww.ticketdirect.co.nz

Secure your corporate tables now at
www.ducoevents.co.nz or call Donna Churton on +64 9 309 2400 or +64 27 545 5353 or emaildonna@duco.co.nz

Doors open 6.00pm
Sat 14 Dec 2013
Trusts Arena, Auckland

ENDS



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