October 26-29, 2023
Multiple session times (see below)
Save Max Sports Centre
1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E
Brampton, ON L6R 0K2

OCTOBER 24, 2023 | TORONTO, ON. – Boxing Ontario is set to host two exciting boxing tournaments in one on October 26-29 at the Save Max Sports Centre in Brampton, ON.

In Ring 1, many of the top amateur boxers in Ontario will compete to be crowned Provincial Champions during the Golden Gloves tournament. The results from the Championships will determine the roster for the 2023/2024 Provincial Team.

For some athletes, winning the Golden Gloves will be a first step on their journeys to compete for Ontario and Canada on the world stage, and for others, a chance to defend their current Provincial and/or National Champion titles.

Ring 2 will host a developmental Novice Tournament, where up-and-coming boxing talents will try to make their mark in the Ontario boxing scene. 

Spectator tickets for individual tournament sessions and weekend passes will be available in person at the Save Max Sports Centre (1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E, Brampton, ON).  

Competition Sessions:

Session 1: Thursday, October 26 at 7pm
Session 2: Friday, October 27 at 1pm
Session 3: Friday, October 27 at 7pm
Session 4: Saturday, October 28 at 1pm
Session 5: Saturday, October 28 at 7pm
Session 6: Sunday, October 29 at 12pm

To view schedules, brackets, bout changes, and other important information, please visit the respective Provincial Championships and Novice Tournament pages on Boxing Ontario’s website. Bouts are subject to change. Please continue to check the tournament pages for the most up-to-date bout schedules.


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Media Contact:

Rebecca Freeman | Communications, Boxing Ontario | [email protected] | +1 (416) 426-7250

About Boxing Ontario:

Boxing Ontario is the only governing body for Olympic-style boxing in Ontario. As such, it is affiliated with Boxing Canada (CABA), the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture, & Sport, and World Boxing. Our mission is to inspire and grow interest, participation, and a love of the sport of Olympic-style boxing in Ontario. Founded in 1972, Boxing Ontario encompasses over 150 clubs, 1,500 competitors, and more than 12,000 recreational members. Learn more at www.boxingontario.com