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FAQs

Do I have to pay for the training?

No, we offer all Legacy Boxing fighters a free 9 week training camp.

What equipment do I need?

You need to buy your own gum shield, boxing gloves, hand wraps and groin guard (a cricket box is fine) for training. You may also want to buy your own head guard for training although you may be able to borrow one from the training venue when you spar. We will provide gloves and head guards for fight night. 

Can I get extra training sessions?

Yes, all of our coaches offer discounted 1 on 1 or small group training sessions for Legacy Boxing fighters.

How will I be matched against an opponent?

You will be matched based on weight, ability and experience to ensure a fair bout.

How many rounds are the fights?

3 x 2 min rounds

What gloves do we wear for the fight?

14oz gloves supplied by Legacy Boxing.

Can we raise money for any charity?

Yes you can, Make a Wish is just our preferred charity partner.

How far in advance will I find out who my opponent is?

You will find out within 2 weeks of the show date.

 

Is there a limit on number of tickets per boxer?

No, you can purchase as many tickets as you wish and they are sold on a first come first served basis.

Are tickets refundable?

No, tickets are non refundable 

 

What happens should I drop out?

If you drop out within 3 weeks of the show then there is a fee of £60 to be paid to cover coaching and training. Tickets sold are also non refundable.

 

Who are my corner men?

Corner men are provided by Legacy Boxing but if you choose you can have two of you down cornermen although one of them must be a qualified boxing coach.

 

Where are tickets sold?

All tickets are available online at www.legacy-boxing.com/tickets