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Brawl for a Cause Tickets
Type of Event: Charity Boxing
Founded In: 2016
Main Host City: Atlanta, Georgia
Some Former Celebrity Guests: Evander Holyfield and Roy Jones Jr.
Brawl for a Cause TicketsThe organizers of Brawl for a Cause ask a simple question: How much do you really believe in something? Do you believe in a cause enough to be willing to sacrifice for it, to actually step into the ring and fight for it? With their tagline of "Put Your Fist Where Your Heart Is," Brawl For a Cause gives ordinary people the opportunity to raise money for a charitable cause that they believe in, attract other people to a boxing event and then actually step into the ring and fight to raise money for that cause. In the past, causes and charities have included things like human trafficking and Hero for Children, an organization providing assistance to children affected by AIDS. The fighters at Brawl for a Cause are not professional boxers. Often, they are hometown heroes, meaning that, if you attend a Brawl for a Cause event, the chances are decent that you’ll actually be able to see someone that you know stepping in to fight. To become a part of the action and contribute to a good cause, get your Brawl for a Cause tickets at StubHub today.
How do Brawl for a Cause events work?All Brawl for a Cause events have a very specific structure. The first phases actually begin long before any crowds show up, but they are extremely important to what the event becomes once it actually happens. First, between 60 and 90 days before an event happens, a would-be fighter submits an application to participate in brawl for a cause. Along with his application, he must mention a charitable cause that he is willing to fight for. Once his application is accepted, the fighter must spend the next 30 days spreading awareness about his cause in any way that he can. While spreading awareness, fighters must help to sell tickets to the event and secure pledges from people to donate money to the fighter’s cause of choice if he earns a spot at the event. Then, in the next phase, a group of 40 fighters — consisting of 30 ordinary Brawlers and 10 alternates — are selected to train for the event. For the next 30 days, fighters must train and continue to fundraise. They will be given spots in the event based on their weight, age, the amount of money they’ve raised and how hard they have trained. Then, in the final 30 days before the event, all fighters make a final push for fundraising. After this, the tournament finally begins.
Who fights in Brawl for a Cause events?Technically, anyone can fight in a Brawl for a Cause event. Nearly all of those who do fight have had no prior experience with boxing. That means that, if you attend a brawl for a Cause event, you might actually be able to see a friend, neighbor or family member of yours step into the ring.
What are some venues that have hosted Brawl for a Cause events?Most Brawl for a Cause events over the years have taken place at various venues in Atlanta, Georgia. This has remained fairly consistently true since the organization’s founding. These venues can and have been everything from sporting arenas to repurposed restaurants and convention centers. Some of them have included places like Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the Georgia World Congress Center, the Grand Hyatt Hotel Buckhead and the Tago International Center.
When will there be future Brawl for a Cause events?According to the organization’s official website, the new Brawl for a cause event is scheduled to take place on May 2, 2020 at the Cellar Southern Exchange Ballroom in Atlanta, Georgia, between 6:00 and 10:00 PM.
What other kinds of events might fans of Brawl for a Cause also enjoy watching?Fight fans with charitable inclinations who like what Brawl for a Cause Stands for are encouraged to also check out the Sparta Combat League, a Denver-based MMA promotion that also raises money for charitable causes through its events. The Original Toughman Contest is another boxing event that generally involves ordinary and fairly untrained people. More generally, boxing fans might also be interested in events like Top Rank Boxing, Matchroom Boxing, Premier Boxing Champions and Championship Boxing.
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