New star on the rise

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Dominic  “Dominator” Babineau

 

June 25 2016 Moncton Boxing fans will be able to see a young Canadian rising star in professional boxing.

Dominic will be looking for his 5th win as a pro in the ring.  His opponent is yet to be named as his team along with the promoter are searching for a suitable opponent for him on this date.

Domenic made his pro debut in March  2014 in front of his hometown crowd and made short work of his opponent David McQuaker with a 1st round stoppage at Casino NB.  His second win came November 28, 2015 in Dartmouth at the Sportsplex when he fought a very game young boxer from Nova Scotia named Jesse Macmillan .  The two battled it out over 6 rounds and Dominic picked up the UD winning the Atlantic Canadian C.P.B.C Title Super featherweight division .  A few months later  March 19, 2016 in Moncton at the Lions club Dominic totally dominated mma fighter  turned boxer Brad Young  in his debut with a KO in the first round.   Two months later May 14th 2016   at the Atkin Center in Fredericton would see Babineau vs Mac MIllan 2 in which would have a different outcome then their first fight.  Dominic scored an impressive win via tko this outing in Fredericton putting him at 4 and 0 .

Dominic has an impressive amateur background as a 2 time Canadian Champion and also a Canada Games Gold medalist. He has been boxing since 12 yrs of age under the guidance of his Coach Phil Baraly at Baraly’s Rival Boxing Gym in Moncton NB.  Dominic has a new passion for the sport as a professional and is a rising star on the scene.  He is gathering a huge fan base here in the Maritimes and what people like most about him is his skills and ability as well as his demeanour inside and outside of the boxing ring.  The making of a champion.

This card is presented by Victory Boxing promoters

June 25 2016 get your tickets and Don’t Blink

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Written by the Alberta Professional Boxing

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June 4 ,2016, top notch Calgary based combative sports promotion DEKADA will be taking their show on the road to the Cold Lake Energy Centre in Cold Lake , Alberta.

The Main Event is a title defense for the CPBC Canadian Cruiserweight Championship between
Champion Rob Nichols (9-3-1) from Ft Kent, Ab and Frank White (10-9-2) from Plympton-Wyoming, Ontario. In their first Championship fight in Calgary this past December, both Nichols and White gave their all in a very entertaining take no prisoners type of battle. The depth that these 2 scrappers dug into last time was “old time” classic quality.

In the Co- Main Event for the vacant CPBC Western Canadian Cruiserweight Championship
Gary Kopas ( 5-11-2) from Saskatoon, Sk will be going toe to toe with Taylor Bull ( 3-4-0) from Maskwacis,Ab. Kopas is well known for his durability and straight ahead style while the lanky Taylor shocked many fans with his TKO defeat against heavily favoured Jordan Smith last September in Calgary.

Sheena Kaine ( 3-0-0) Edmonton vs Christina Barry (0-3-0) Winnipeg, Mb
Always in shape, Kaine hopes to improve to 4-0 against Barry while Barry intends on eliminating Kaines perfect record.

Brian Samuel (2-1-0) Red Deer, Ab vs Stephen Bass (1-1-0) Savannah, Georgia
Samuel will be facing former South Carolina Golden Gloves champion and MMA UFC T.U.F. 14 quarter finalist Bass. Should be a good one  for the fans.

Tim Chemelli ( 0-1-0) Cold Lake, Ab vs Grayson Wells ( Debut) Kelowna , BC
This show opener between 2 MMA practioners testing out their boxing skills should be a heavy fisted battle and great way to welcome boxing to Cold Lake.