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Fundraiser event honors the late Hafiz Doupo while supporting his family

‘Brawl in the Bronx’ Amateur Boxing Show

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Victoria Cummings sold T-shirts benefitting the Doupo family.
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This championship belt was presented to the Doupo family in loving memory of their late 16-year-old relative, Hafiz Doupo.
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(l-r) Ring Girls Samantha Guillen, Kehli Washington and Kathleen S. were on site to announce the next round.
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Fifteen-year-old boxer, Fyza Bardon had her hand wrapped by Coach Steve Rivera prior to her fight.
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Pablo Neives took care of the boxing gloves during the fundraiser.
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New York vs. New Jersey Main Street Boxing - ‘Brawl in the Bronx’ saw Michael Stellate, Sr., president and founder; Michael Stellate, Jr., vice president; Pop Dukes, assistant coach and Shirley Ithier, event coordinator and many others in attendance.

Let’s get ready to rumble for a good cause! ‘Brawl in the Bronx,’ a Saturday, January 30 amateur boxing show benefitting a local family experiencing a loved one’s loss was held at the Willis Avenue Boxing Club. Hosted by Main Street Boxing, this charity event’s 12 amateur boxing matches featured boys, girls, men and women from various weight classes competing in a sports event sanctioned by USA Boxing. Brawl in the Bronx honored the memory of the late Hafiz Doupo, a 16-year-old member of the High School for Medical Science family who passed away in December and was loved by many in the community. Following the event, a championship belt was presented to the Doupo family.

Updated 5:02 pm, July 9, 2018
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