Ric Moylan posing at his charity event at the hilton hotel manchester.

Charity Boxing Nights

Charity Boxing Nights exists due to circumstances extremely close to my heart. In 2015 my family suffered the loss of my niece Soffia Rose, just 12 days old.

Many of us are parents ourselves and the loss, or severe illness of a newborn child is something that we simply cannot and do not ever want to imagine. The care, attention, dignity and love given to my family from the wonderful doctors and nurses on the Neonatal unit at St Mary’s Hospital in Manchester is something I will never forget.

Charity Boxing Nights was created to honour these amazing people, to show my appreciation and to raise some much needed money.

In just 2 years we have already raised over £100,000 for this amazing cause.

But that is just the beginning, Charity Boxing Nights is going to grow and grow and this is your chance to be part of something special.

What's Involved?

You will train for 6 weeks with me, pushing your body to limits that were once unimaginable.

You may feel scared, but also have anticipation, excitement and fear running through your veins. As you walk into the ring to enter into combat you will know you have done more than you thought was possible.

You will have experienced blood, sweat and tears including plenty of laughs along the way.

You have lived the journey of the combat warrior.

This is your chance to become the star of the show, for an outstanding cause.

Charity Boxing Nights gives you the opportunity challenge yourself, raise money and to make yourself proud.

If you are interested in taking part in our next charity boxing event, perhaps as a fighter, a sponsor or as a guest, please contact my team for more information.

Frank Bruno Charity Boxing Manchester
Charity Boxing Manchester