Ultra White Collar Boxing

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Get Fit with 8 Weeks of Boxing Training!

Ultra White Collar Boxing is a unique opportunity for people with no boxing background to experience the wonderful world of boxing, in a safe and enjoyable environment.

All of the participants take up White Collar Boxing for the same reasons; to get fit, learn a new sport, gain a real sense of achievement and to reach their own personal goals. This is not for professionals, it is for novices who want to get fit and try a new enjoyable experience!

If you sign up to take part in one of the boxing events across the country, you will receive 8 weeks of FREE intense training from trainers in your area. They will get you to an extremely high level of physical fitness and teach you the techniques you will need for your fight. From the training regimes the trainers will be putting you through, you will be in the fittest condition of your life and will be feeling great!

Ultra White Collar Boxing are proud of the fantastic work done by participants and at events to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Since their partnership with Cancer Research UK in 2013, Ultra White Collar Boxing have raised over £10 Million to help beat cancer sooner. At all events there is a raffle and auction where all proceeds go towards the charity, the participants also raise money through sponsorship from friends, family and local businesses. 

 

This is a supporter-organised event

This event is organised by a Cancer Research UK supporter. Cancer Research UK staff may have supported the event organiser but the charity is not responsible for the event itself. Our supporters are legally obliged to return any fundraising money that they have collected in aid of Cancer Research UK. Any questions about the event should be directed to the event organiser directly.

The event organiser is encouraged to look at all aspects of safety for their event or activity. Cancer Research UK cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury caused as a result of taking part in the event.

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