After a huge success in Cyprus of the first edition of the 8 Man Boxing Tournament, Jean Christophe Courreges and Stephane Cabrera are working on the second Bigger’s Better show.

BIGGER’S BETTER 2 with a very exciting fight card, featuring some of the best Boxers, MMA athletes and Kickboxers of the World.

The show will be LIVE on EUROSPORT

WBN BIGGER’S BETTER OFFICIAL WEB SITE : www.biggersbetterboxing.com

Boxing has been left out of the spotlight for quite some time now . New combat sports such as kickboxing and mma have drawn the attention of a younger crowd, one who is accustomed to fast pace action and instant gratification.

Since the heavy meddling of the alphabets boys and the creation, in the 60s,of an endless number of weight classes and champions, the public is confused and has come to be disillusioned with boxing.

t’s time to go back to the 1909 national London sporting club rule and to abide by the 1920 New York athletic commission like law.We are going back to the roots of boxing.

No more cruiserweight: but one division from light heavyweight to heavyweight.

BIGGER’S BETTER is a one night tournament with a truly fast pace and which will induce a sense of immediate satisfaction, for both the spectator and the fighter. A video game-like experience with real riors.

An 8 men punch-fest with a $ 30 000 total prize money.

The night has one aim, finding out who is the baddest man. The 175 pound rior with speed, balls and tactical sense or the 250pounds giant with strength, power but no speed.

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Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a muaythai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is a former national champion of Belarus, and also a finalist of IFMA European Cup. He is an editor and journalist at FIGHTMAG. He covers national and world news. Iskenderov is also the WKN (World Kickboxing Network) international coordinator for Australia.