Olson’s Gym

Ding, ding, it’s Fight Night in Colwood

Olson’s Gym, on Mount View Avenue, is hosting Fight Night this Saturday (June 9).

Olson’s Gym is hosting Fight Night, this Saturday (June 9).

The Olympic-style boxing event will showcase up to eight bouts from experienced boxers.

Three-time provincial welterweight champ Jordan Baird will be one of the pugilists on the card. The 21-year-old trains at Olson’s Gym on Mount View Avenue.

Most fighters are local, but some are travelling from Kelowna and North Vancouver.

Tickets are $20 for general admission or $30 for balcony viewing.

All proceeds will be used to pay for the athletes’ travel expenses to future events.

For more information, call 250-474-4424.

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