SIX NATIONS – Karl “The Razor” Hess held an open training day last Saturday at the Six Nations’ Pro-Fit Health Club Hess and his Black-Eye-Boxing team came to give away some tickets to Hess’ debut fight as a professional boxer set for this coming March 27th, at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga. Coach Jackie Armour taped the Razor’s hands and put his prodigy through a series of workouts and drills.
The big night is March 27th when Hess will enter the ring at the Hershey Centre as a professional, a goal he has been working towards for years. He will be taking on an up and coming Mexican fighter as part of the fight card.
Fight night is promoted by Hess’ promotional team United Boxing Promotions. According to FightOn Canadian Combat Sports site, “The hardest hitting young fighter in Ontario amateur boxing is turning pro.”
Tickets are becoming hard to get but some are still available by calling Jackie Armour at 519-732-7267. The all-new “Razor” T-shirts are now also available through Armour at the Boxing Club.