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Fight for Life is back, Auckland, December 3


Fight for Life is back, Auckland, December 3


An entertainment extravaganza like no other, Woodstock Reserve
Fight for Life in association with Kiwi Bacon is back on
December 3 at Trusts Stadium Auckland, with its best line-up ever.

Witness giants of world Rugby box against League's hardest men,
to find out which code is tougher.

Team Rugby includes: Jonah Lomu, Christian Cullen, Carlos Spencer,
Troy Flavell, Liam Messam and Slade McFarland.

The League line-up includes: Wendell Sailor, Issac Luke, Monty
Betham, Awen Guttenbeil, Joe Vagana and Jerry Seuseu.

So which code do you think will win, League or Rugby? There's
only one way to find out...

Event highlights will include:

• Sumptuous four course dinner with unlimited beverages

• No holds barred battle of pride, League VS Rugby, 6
bouts for 3 x 2 minute rounds

• First class view of explosive boxing and stunning
entertainment

Don't miss your opportunity to host clients and mates just 3
weeks before Christmas for a night they will never forget.

With 35 tables already pre-sold, please be quick to secure your
place.

Book now at: www.fightforlife.co.nz

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