Ever considered fighting in Brawl on the Bund, but for one reason or another you decided to hold back?
Well maybe this is finally your time to make a move! Shanghai's premier White Collar Boxing China event, which returns in November.
This marks the 10-year anniversary of White Collar Boxing training bootcamp! It all started in 2008 with a squad of less than 20 first-time boxers. In honor of the anniversary, this edition of Brawl on the Bund will be extra special.
The event will be themed after the famous cabaret show in Paris, Moulin Rouge. Yes, that means fancy dress, windmills, performers and cabaret dancers.
The training camp kicks off on September 4. Over the course of 12 weeks, boxers will train with two coaches three times per week, with each session lasting 1.5 hours.
Brawl on the Bund is a charity boxing event held in Shanghai by White Collar Boxing China. The night attracts over 500 people for a black-tie dinner to watch seven to nine boxing matches with regular Shanghai residents who have trained professionally for three months.
Funds raised at November's event will go towards More Than Aware, a Shanghai-based support club empowering women to be proactive with their health and wellbeing in the prevention and recovery of breast cancer.
Still not sure about signing up? Check out our photo gallery from the latest brawl, June's Brawl on the Bund White Party, or check out photo galleries from previous events (Rumble in the Jungle 2017, Fight Night 2016, Brawl on the Bund 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013). Or watch episodes of their associated reality show, White Collar Boxing.
How to sign up for November's Brawl
This year, potential fighters can register for the training camp through either White Collar Boxing's website or by following them on WeChat and tapping the "Sign Up" button. Scan the QR code below (or on the event poster below) to follow White Collar Boxing's official WeChat account.
Additional questions? Email email@example.com or call +86 21 3223 0563.