LIFETIME BOXING FIGHTS

On the 31st of December 2018, DEF Promotions partnered with Watanabe Promotions, Muto Promotions, T1arock Entertainment Inc., and MBH Promotions Company Ltd. to organise “Insert Fight Event”, a 6-bout event in Wynn Palace Cotai, Macau. This event featured boxers from 8 different countries: the Philippines, Japan, South Africa, Hong Kong, Thailand, Macau, India, and China.

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ROAD TO GLORY II

In July 2018, DEF Promotions held Road to Glory II, a 10-bout fight at Southorn Stadium. This was a different fight event from the usual major boxing events DEF Promotions organises. Road to Glory II was designed to be a smaller show in partnership with Southorn Stadium to supplement the major events, as well as focus more on promoting local boxers, and giving them a platform to demonstrate their talents.

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Clash of Champions 3

In October 2017, DEF Promotions held Clash of Champions 3. The fight was an incredible success, requiring only three days to achieve a complete sellout of 8000 seats. This was by far the biggest boxing event ever in Hong Kong, with ringside tickets selling for well over USD$1,000, and generated a total revenue of over USD$1.5 million. Celebrities including Chan Chi-Wan, Cheung Tat-Ming, and politicians including Mrs. Regina Ip were also in attendance for the fight. This 8-bout event featured boxers from 10 different countries: Hong Kong, Japan, China, India, Thailand, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, Nepal, Philippines, and the Netherlands, once again showing DEF Promotions’ willingness to work with fighters from all over the world. With three major cards—including the main event—featuring Japanese boxers, plenty of Japanese boxing fans, as well as Japanese media organisations were in attendance.

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DEF FIGHT NIGHT 15

Only two months after Clash of Champions II, DEF Promotions held Fight Night 15. This 7-bout event featured boxers from 6 different countries: Japan, Thailand, Philippines, South Africa, Hong Kong, and the United Kingdom. For three years, Fight Night has been a popular event that was held at DEF Boxing Gym, and this event was a big step up to be placed at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, the biggest stage possible in the city. While Fight Night _ stayed true to it’s form by filling most of the fight cards with local up-and-coming boxers, it also had top Japanese fighters as well. The main, and co-main event featured Japanese fighters, and because of that DEF Promotions invited plenty of Japanese media organisations over to cover the event.

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Clash of Champions II

In March 2017, DEF Promotions held Clash of Champions II, which sold over 6000 seats. This 9-bout fight featured boxers from 7 different countries: Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Thailand, Nepal, and the United Kingdom. Similar to how Night of Champions II back in 2015 featured fighters from Australia, in Clash of Champions II, DEF Promotions featured Filipino boxers.

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BATTLE OF VICTORS

In October 2016, DEF Promotions held Battle of Victors, the second event organised with legendary promoter Bob Arum and Top Rank Inc. With 5000 seats sold, including attendance by Bob Arum himself and plenty of other notable people such as Jasper Tsang, former President of HKSAR Legislative Council, and Chan Chi-wan, Chief Advisor of Commercial Radio Hong Kong, it proved to be a huge success.

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Clash of Champions

In May 2016, DEF Promotions organised Clash of Champions, an event that demonstrated how far they have come since their humble beginnings five years prior with their partnership with Bob Arum and Top Rank Inc. The event was a resounding success, selling out 3000 seats, including a live broadcast of the fights to Japan.

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NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS II

The 29th of August, 2015 marked DEF Promotion’s return to Hong Kong after two years of working closely with world renowned promoter Bob Arum and Top Rank Inc. in Macau. Coined “Night of Champions II”, it proved to be a huge success with the 1600-seat hall at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre completely selling out. The 7-bout event featured boxers from 8 different countries: Hong Kong, Australia, Thailand, Philippines, China, Nepal, Italy, and the United Kingdom. While it was still an event with plenty of overseas talent, Night of Champions II marked DEF Promotions’ shift in focus to put more effort into promoting local talent, with three of the bouts featuring Hong Kong boxers.

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NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS

After the success of Road to Glory with Hatton Promotions, DEF Promotions powered through to 2013 with Night of Champions, selling over 1600 seats at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. This 8-bout event featured boxers from 9 different countries: Hong Kong, Thailand, Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Uganda, Macau, Nepal, and France.

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Road to Glory

Road to Glory was a major turning point for DEF Promotions. Because of the success that they have obtained from their prior events, DEF Promotions was able to hold Road to Glory at the world famous Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai. Located in the heart of the city and known to be incredibly selective about the events they hold, the HKCEC is the most expensive convention centre in Hong Kong.

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Tuesday Night Fights II

On the 26th of April, 2012, DEF Promotions returned to the Kowloon Bay International Trade and Exhibition Centre to host Tuesday Night Fights II. This 6-bout event featured boxers from 7 different countries: Hong Kong, Philippines, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Thailand, Australia, Japan, and Macau. Just like its predecessor, the spectators were also sorted by tables, with 45 tables sold this time around.

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Tuesday Night Fights

On the 22nd of September, 2011, Tuesday Night Fights was held at the Kowloon Bay International Trade and Exhibition Centre. It was the first ever professional boxing event in Hong Kong, with 7 bouts featuring boxers from 7 different countries: Hong Kong, Philippines, Thailand, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Korea, Australia, and China.

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