APFC and Siv Ngesi Productions host charity boxing event: Fight for Change


Local fight promotion African Pride Fighting Championship (APFC) and South African celebrity and t.v personality, Siv Ngesi have joined forces for a charity boxing event which takes place on 15 June at the Tsogo Sun Cape Sun.

Hosted on the eve of Youth Day, Fight for Change  aims to raise R50 000 for child focused charities, Dare to Share and Pebbles Project.

“The youth of our country and boxing are things that are very precious to me and this is what motivated me to partner with APFC on this event. I couldn’t think of anything better that watching a couple of spectacular fights and then presenting a charity with a cheaque afterwards, said Ngesi.

Co-owner of APFC, Mike Mouneimne, will be doing his bit for charity by stepping into the ring for the first time in 12 years, against fellow martial arts stalwart, Bruce van Rensburg of Samurai Martial Arts.

“It’s been ages since I have fought and nothing could be a better motivator than raising money for kids in need. I am looking forward to meeting Bruce in the ring and having the fight community come together to do some good,” said Mouneimne.

About Fight for Change

Fight for Change is a charity boxing event co produced by Jess and Mike Mouneimne of APFC and Siv Ngesi Productions. The event takes  place on 15 June, at Tsogo Sun, Cape Sun. Doors open at 18:00. Tickets from R200. To book a ticket contact Mike 082 660 2129

For more info visit: https://www.facebook.com/AfricanPrideFC/

To make a donation on the crowdfunding’s page go to: https://www.backabuddy.co.za/champion/project/fight-for-change

To stream the event on PPV: http://africanpridefightingchampionship.cleeng.com/fight-for-change/E354448688_ZA

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