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Upcoming CNBA Title Fights – By Daniel Doiron

Champion Tyson Cave

cave-vs-mcneil-posterBREAKING NEWS: The Canadian National Boxing Authority proudly sanctioned the Vacant CNBA Canadian 12-round Featherweight Championship Bout between Tyson Cave VS Kyle McNeil on Saturday, June 15, 2019 in Bedford, NS. Atlantic Fight Group. Is promoting the card under the auspices of the NS Combat Sports Commission. This is the first 12 round title fight for a Canadian title in a generation.

The CNBA is enthusiastic at the quality of this fight and looks forward to seeing two of Canada’s finest in action. Tyson is a former world Champion and is a world ranked contender.

McNeil is the NBA Featherweight Champion and is entering the fight with every intention of taking home the championship belt. This will be the CNBA’s first 12-round title bout, a throwback to a time when title belts were 12 rounds and is reflective of almost every national title outside of Canada. This will bring more consistency to the sport within our borders and prepares all fighters for major title fights, including world title fights which are also 12 rounds in duration.

The card is sanctioned by the NS Combat Sports Commission known Canada wide for its professionalism and outstanding officiating.

The CNBA expects this to be one of the most competitively challenged championship fights in Canadian Boxing in recent memory.

Mr. MacIsaac, the promoter, is doing an awesome job to give the fans exactly what Boxing’s fans have come to expect: domestic mayhem that keeps them on the edge of their feet. Don’t miss this card – it’ll be a history making night in Bedford NS!

Proudly presented by Atlantic Fight Group. Sanctioned by the NS Sports Combat Commission. Championship Bout Sanctioned by CNBA
Proudly presented by Atlantic Fight Group.
Sanctioned by the NS Sports Combat Commission.
Championship Bout Sanctioned by CNBA.
Champion Tyson Cave
Champion Tyson Cave
Kyle McNeil after capturing the NBA title with then President Daniel Doiron
Kyle McNeil after capturing the NBA title with then President Daniel Doiron

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