JACKSON, Tennessee — The popular event is back in Jackson.
Black tie and boxing presented by Leaders Credit Union returned Saturday night.
This is one of the biggest events of the year in Jackson.fighter fromIn the Mid-South, we fought for individuals with disabilities.
Fighters Fight in mixed martial arts and kickboxing matches, Skills in a cage for a big purpose.
Jesse Williams is fighting for the first tIm.He says he’s looking forward to doing a show with his first kIckboxing match.
“I’m very excited. It’s my first amateur fight. I’ve always wanted to be in the ring.Or for a long time, black tie will be the perfect place to show off my abilities,” Williams said.
Black Tie and Boxing Moves to New Partnership with Star Centers and revenues benefit organizations.
Revenue supports 6 services including s.speech therapy, music therapy, employment services, home care,Assistive Technologies, and Vision Services.
The event was packed with food, drink, and ringside seating for the fight.
Rachel, Star Center Donor and Community Relations Manager Ryan, like many others, was thrilled to have the event back.
“This is our sixth event here in Jackson, Hub City. Over 1000 people cheer on local MMA fighters and kickboxers tonight Fighters from local and other parts of the state,” Ryan said.
Ryan would also like to thank everyone involved in the creation of this event.This year is also a great success every year.
“An event like this wouldn’t be possible without volunteers, fighters and sponsors.His West Tennessee community has gathered around this event each year.
We are grateful to all of them and the impact they have had on Star Center,” Ryan said.
Black tie boxing is an event that grows in size every year.
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