READY TO BARE KNUCKLES: David Harrison (Pacific Hotel), Sandy Schofield (Bare Knuckles Fight Club), Richard Doherty (JRT), Ben Hawkes (Bare Knuckles Fight Club).
READY TO BARE KNUCKLES: David Harrison (Pacific Hotel), Sandy Schofield (Bare Knuckles Fight Club), Richard Doherty (JRT), Ben Hawkes (Bare Knuckles Fight Club).

Bare Knuckles fighters ready for Coast event

BARE Knuckles Fight Club will host its third Road To Glory event at Cap Coast Recreation Centre (Basketball Stadium).

The event, at the Cordingley St, Yeppoon, venue on Saturday, October 14, will showcase some of Central Queensland's local talent in muay thai and boxing.

Jana Hawkes said husband Ben Hawkes trained the local boys who regularly attended Bare Knuckles Fight Club through the week.

"After the two previous Road to Glory Fight Nights being a huge success, this event is sure to be another crowd pleaser,” she said.

Gates open from 5.30pm with the first fight set to start at 6pm.

Tickets are $20 general admission, $35 ringside seating, and VIP seating also available.

The event would not be able to go ahead without the support of local businesses who provide sponsorship and support.

For inquiries about the event call Sandy on 0484 302 615 or Ben on 0423 6292 78.



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