Get ready for Wallace Fight Night XI!

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WALLACE –– This Saturday evening is Fight Night XI in Wallace and this event promises to be one of the more unique events of the holiday season.

The Silver Valley Boxing Club is once again hosting its November spectacular, but with change of scenery.

Fight Night XI will be hosted in the upstairs ballroom of the Wallace Elks, a place that is no stranger to boxing.

“This is going to be tricky up there, but many bouts were held up there during the 80s and 90s,” Silver Valley coach Rick Welliver said. “This could be a one and done event up there so come check it out.”

With Veteran’s Day the following day, coach Welliver has organized the event to be friendly to the attending Vets who will be able to get into the event for free.

“We wanted to make it special for them,” Welliver said. “This area has an illustrious history of boxing and veterans and we want to honor that.”

Boxers and boxing teams from across the Pacific Northwest will be making the journey which is shaping up to be a fun one.

Welliver believes that the fight card should be a good one, especially the lady’s bouts.

“We have really elevated talent female-wise at this event,” Welliver said. “All of our girl’s bouts should be top quality fights.”

Chevy Hawkins, Tyler Wuerfel, and Zach Cameron will be repping the Silver Valley as the local fighters at the event.

Tickets are now available at select locations or by contacting Welliver himself.

Doors open at 3:30 p.m. and the fights begin at 4 p.m.

This is the current fight card and is subject to change:

Red                Age/Weight          Blue

1, Caeden Renne 9-10         Oliver Johnson Nelson Boxing     55 lbs        Electric City

2, Chevy Ward     8-9          Roland Bennett Silver Valley        80 lbs       Hamilton Boxing

3. Tyler Wuerfel   9-10         Marino Raffo Silver Valley        80 lbs       Nelson Boxing

4. Christian Sellars 9-11       Jordan Gardipee Blackfeet Nations   65 lbs      Electric City

5. Chazen Bird      11-12      Conner Ferrier Blackfeet Nations   75 lbs     Cranbrook Eagles

6. Phoenix Boggs   11-12     Darrian Corcoran Blackfeet Nations   90 lbs     Electric City

7. Zach Cameron   11-12     Evan Bennett Silver Valley          90 lbs     Hamilton Boxing

8. River Boggs       11-12     Arturo Maniquez Blackfeet Nations   106 lbs   Electric City

9. Stryder Sutton   12-13     Angelo Bear Nelson Boxing        75 lbs     Blackfeet Nations

10. Edwin Magana  12-13     Brad Kolberg Howard Street        110 lbs   Hamilton Boxing

11, Timmy Sellars  13-14      Isaac Russell Blackfeet Nations    101 lbs    Small Ring Kings

12. Max Berkely      13-14     David Ponce Nelson Boxing         141 lbs   Hamilton Boxing

13. Georgia Robinson SpSr(F)  Julisa Lopez AAA Boxing               119 lbs   Yakima War Eagles

14. Nicole Branstatter  SpSr(F) Emme Grigsby Spokane Boxing          125 lbs Yakima PAL

15. Christian Torrez  17-18    Dustin Davis Dungeon Boxing      141 lbs  Small Ring Kings

16. Israel Gordon     Sp Sr     Chris Azure Blackfeet Nations     201+     Hamilton Boxing

17. Vance Sellars    Op Sr      Luis Alvarado Blackfeet Nations    132 lbs    R & C Boxing

18. Brett Adams      Sp Sr      Garrett Griffin Nelson Boxing         190 lbs    Hamilton Boxing

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