Boxing in Saanich this March

Competitive boxing and kickboxing is coming to Saanich’s Pearkes arena on Saturday, March 21.

Competitive boxing and kickboxing is coming to Saanich’s Pearkes arena on Saturday, March 21. Co-promoters Jason Heit and Stan Peterec are organizing the event, “Resurrection,” to showcase top Canadian and B.C. boxing and kickboxing.

Canadian WBC Champion Ken Huber puts his boxing title on the line against the number one contender, Aaron Downey. The B.C. Lightweight Kickboxing Title will also be contested, featuring Victoria’s Tim Packer vs. Lucas Taylor.

Saanich’s promising boxing twins, Peter and Paul Lopez, will return to the ring, currently the fourth and sixth ranked welterweights in B.C. Other Victoria fighters, such as Gee Pandher and Cody Sahlstrom, are scheduled to fight.

Tickets are on sale now through or by phone at (250) 220-7777.


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