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Win Tickets To The 2015 U.S Women's Olympic Boxing Trials

The City of Memphis and Prize Fight, in October of 2013, joined together as a team to pursue bringing the 2016 Olympic Movement to Memphis and the Mid-South by submitting a bid to host the 2016 U.S. Olympic Boxing Trials and the Men’s Olympic Boxing Trials Qualifier to our hometown. After a long and sometimes exhausting effort, and edging out both Los Angeles (Staples Center) and New York (Barclays Center), Memphis secured being named the host city. Team Memphis announced that it had been chosen at the March 19th press conference with Mayor AC Wharton, Kevin Kane from the Memphis CVB, and Prize Fight’s Brian Young at the world famous Rendezvous Restaurant. This world class event will take place October 24th-31st, and kick off with an Opening Ceremonies Party for the athletes, sponsors, and fans on Saturday, October 24th, downtown featuring a Meet and Greet, live music, celebrity guest appearances, a tribute to The City of Memphis, and much more! There will be in excess of 300 plus male athletes competing in morning and afternoon sessions, with the 2016 U.S.A. Women’s Olympic Team Trials taking center stage every night at 7:00pm. Each tournament will consist of 6 days/nights of non-stop, exciting action. The Women’s Olympic Team will finally be decided with the finals on Saturday night, October 31st.

The 2012 U.S. Women’s Olympic Team from the London Summer Games, which brought home two medals, is expected to be the media darlings of the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Competing in the Memphis Olympic Trials are 2012 Gold Medalist Claressa Shields from Flint, MI, and Bronze Medalist Marlen Esparza from Houston, TX. The memories of watching all these athletes fight for their hopes and dreams of Olympic Glory are sure to stay with every fan for a lifetime.
Prize Fight and The City of Memphis/Tunica have worked together as a team now for almost 20 years, bringing the record setting biggest Heavyweight Championship Fight in history to town with the 2002 Lennox Lewis vs. Mike Tyson fight, the 2003 Mike Tyson vs. Clifford Ettienne fight, opened up the FedEx Forum September 25th with the HBO Roy Jones, Jr. vs. Glen Johnson bout, followed up by seven more world class boxing cards at the Forum. Prize Fight.
We here at WITIN RADIO, know you don’t want to miss this, so we’re proud to offer you a chance to win a free ticket to the U.S Olympic Boxing Trials, Courtesy of WITIN RADIO, Prize Fight & The Memphis CVB.

To enter, simply use the comment space( Leave Full Name & E-mail) below or e-mail (Walter@WitinRadio.Com) between October 1st and October 16th. The winner will be chosen on October 19th, 2015.

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