Get ready for some exciting amateur boxing as Warriors Edge Boxing Promotions presents their 1st annual “Clash of The Youth Boxing Event.”
The event will kick off the 2021 amateur boxing and will take place this Saturday May 22, 2021 at 4 p.m. at the Texas Army National Guard Center located at 11701 Montana Avenue.
In the video below, Luis Trevino from Warriors Edge Boxing gives some details on how the event came to be and what to expect.
During the event, each fighter will receive a WBC medal courtesy of the WBC Mexico’s care and amateur organization program.
Two key players that made the “Clash of Youth possible are Hector Espinoza the President of the Local Boxing Commission and Pete Faraone the President of the El Paso Sheriffs’ Officers Association.
In the video below, Hector Espinoza talks about all the things that the LBC took into consideration to bring amateur boxing back and what the future holds.
In the video below, Pete Faraone talks about how the EPSOA is helping support youth boxing in El Paso. How they’re trying to kick off the Police/Sheriffs Athletic League and how they want to establish a strong relationship between the youth and law enforcement.
Tickets for the event are only $10 in advance and they can be purchased at the Warriors Edge Boxing Gym located at 3465 Lee Blvd Suite 233. The price will be $12 at the door on the day of the event.
The doors open at 3p.m. and the first bout will be at 4 p.m.
Come on out and support the kids and their boxing teams because as Luis Trevino tells us, they were very excited when they heard this event was gonna take place.