BOSTON (CBS) – More than 600 people turned out for a charity boxing tournament to benefit a good cause Saturday night.
The “White Collar Exhibition” featured 12 bouts, each consisting of three rounds of two-minute each of non-professional female and male boxers.
Proceeds went to the Michael Dunleavy Foundation which focuses on childhood cancer and brain tumor research as well as supporting local families of cancer patients.
The foundation was named after 8-year-old Dunleavy, who succumbed to an inoperable brain tumor.
For more on the foundation, go to the Michael Dunleavy Foundation website.
For more information on the white collar boxing benefit, go to A Bout To Benefit website.