Boxing at Greenwood Center To Benefit the Folds of Honor


The Engine Room Boxing Gym presents Fight Night 3 at Tulsa’s Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 N. Greenwood, Friday Feb. 12, beginning at 7 p.m.

The evening will feature professional and amateur boxing matches with local and regional fighters. This is a fully sanctioned event under the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission (pros) and Boxing (Amateurs).

The event will kick-off Thursday, Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. with fighter weigh-ins at Zanmai Restaurant at 14th Street and Peoria Avenue. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales for the boxing event and from Thursday evening’s food and beverage sales at Zanmai will benefit Folds of Honor, an Owasso nonprofit foundation established by Major Dan Rooney to benefit the spouses and children of fallen and wounded soldiers.

Tulsa boxers scheduled to fight include:
Mayra Hernandez; 28; Featherweight; Pro Record 4-0; Amateur Record 9-0 *NAMA (North American Midwest Assoc.) Belt Holder
Bruce Scott; 35; Heavyweight; Pro Record 5-0
Rocky Gonzalez; 27; Lightweight; Pro Record 2-0

The Engine Room, located in Tulsa’s Pearl District, is owned and operated by Aaron Sloan, a certified coach, judge and referee and certified 1 Star coach. Sloan is licensed with the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission and is a licensed promoter and registered Cardiac Nurse. The Engine Room trains amateur and professional boxers as well as individuals seeking to improve their health and fitness. For more information, visit

Updated 01-25-2016

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