“This is two separate shows on the one night for just one price,” Promoter Brendon Smith said.
“The Brayd Smith Cup is a stand alone amateur card and it will be followed by our pro card.
“The same ticket gets you into both shows.
“If you buy a ticket for the pro show it also admits you to the amateur show and vice versa.
“It’s a real extravaganza of boxing.
“The Brayd Smith Cup is very special.
“Nineteen bouts have been matched and it’s City vs Country.
“Which ever team registers the most wins on the card takes home the inaugural Brayd Smith Cup.
“This is a real showcase of Queensland’s best amateur talent.
“The support from the governing body and clubs across the State has been incredible,” Smith said.
THE PRO CARD features 9 match ups.
WILL YOUNG vs MATT SEDEN 10X3 Australian Super featherweight title.
KRIS GEORGE vs HERI ANDRIYANTO 5X3 Welterweight
HERMAN ENE-PURCELL vs CLARENCE TILLMAN 4X3 Heavyweight
BRENT RICE vs JEMMY GOBEL 4X3 Super feather
SAM WILLIAMS vs KYLE TEER 4X3 Lightweight
JAMIE HILT vs RICHARD DAVIS 4X3 Welterweight
JULIE LIVET vs VICKY NEAL 3X2 55KG limit
JAMIE MCMILLAN VS DANNY SOLVALU 3 RDS Corporate boxing
ADRIAN ‘ALLOY’ YOUNG VS WILL ‘MAN OF STEEL’ KUCHLER Charity exhibition boxing
“The pro card has a lot of flavour,” Brendon Smith said.
“Will Young has the chance to become a two division Australian Champion.
“That’s never be done before by a Toowoomba fighter.
“Brent Rice, Kris George and Herman Ene-Purcell all face testing international bouts.
“The Sam Williams vs Kyle Teer re-match is a great Darling Downs derby and its all Toowoomba showdown with the girls Julie Livet and Vicky Neal.
“And the match up between Toowoomba’s Jamie Hilt and Kempsey’s Richard Davis is a state of origin style showdown.
“It’s a very competitive card and there are some great fights.
“We then have the added addition of Adrian Alloy Young and Will Kuchler doing an exhibition spar with all funds raised going to a Millmerran family that is doing it tough.
“Adrian and Will are very excited and I know the crowd will appreciate the show they put on.
“We also hope it raises as much money as possible.
“We also have the added spectacle of corporate boxing with Jamie McMIllan and Danny Solvalu going head to head.
“Toowoomba has always supported our shows wonderfully and I’m sure it’ll be the case again on October 31,” Smith said.
TICKETS ARE ON SALE FROM SMITHY’S TGW GYM.