Throughout the night, 24 boxers, including two from the local Seaside Boxing Club, stepped into the ring in front of a cheering crowd.
First to go was local Lesley Borden, against Lorie Brown from the South Shore Boxing Club. With cheers of "Go Lesley!" the two boxers went hard at it in the ring. After three rounds it came down to the judges’ decision, and they declared Brown the winner that evening.
The night was filled with plenty of other boxing action to cheer for though, with clubs from around the Atlantic provinces bringing their best and brightest boxers to Liverpool.
The second to last match was between Seaside's Danny Wong against South Shore's Jared Mitchell. Both boxers came out strong, but a hard blow by Mitchell ended the match late in the first round.
Wong says his opponent was taller than him, and didn't come out right to take on his opponent. That left him open to a hard clean hit, and the referee ending the match. Though it didn't knock him out, Wong says the referees like to be cautious when hits are that hard. His only regret for the evening was he couldn't put a good show on for his hometown.