Update from Team Bujold

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Mandy fought in the main event of the evening tonight against Sierra Picton at the Atlas Boxing Club Fall Classic Event. The Fall classic is an annual event held at the Atlas boxing club which showcases some of the best local boxers. This was an action packed event with 9 exciting fights.

Bujold came away with a unanimous decision win over Sierra Picton of the Nappers Boxing Club in Welland. Sierra came out fighting which made it a very exciting bout for the full house who was in attendance.

Although the show took place in Toronto it was great to see so many people from Kitchener, Mandy’s hometown, come out to show support.

This event was great to keep Mandy active as she prepares to defend her National Title in 4 weeks. This year the Nationals will take place in Regina, Saskatchewan from Oct 22-26th.

Mandy and Team Bujold would like to thank everyone for their continuous support.

Thanks,

Mandy Bujold & Team

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