Ring 8 will pay tribute to women of boxing this Sunday (12:30-5:30 p.m.ET) at its 35th Ring 8 Holiday Event and Awards Ceremony, highlighted by celebrated honorees Christy Martin and Katie Taylor, at Russo’s On The Bay in Howard Beach, New York.
Women’s boxing pioneer Martin, who will receive the Boxing Legend award, was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2020. Irish boxing icon Taylor, Ring 8’s Boxer of the Year, won an Olympic gold medal in 2012, and she is the reigning World lightweight unified champion.
Limited tickets are still available for $150.00, which includes a complete brunch with cocktail hour upon entry, followed by seating at the awards ceremony, dinner and dessert, and top-shelf open bar throughout the afternoon. There will also be a silent auction of boxing memorabilia. This event is expected to sellout, and everybody is urged to purchase tickets as soon as possible to secure favorable seating. Part of the proceeds will go to the AAIB Scholarship Fund.
To purchase tickets. please contact Ring 8 President Bob Duffy at 516.313.2304 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2022 RING 8 AWARD WINNERS
Boxing Legend: Christy Martin
Boxer of the Year: Katie Taylor
Prospect of the Year: Cesar Francis
Humanitarian Award: Jeanette Salazar
Sam Kellerman Media Award: Ron Borges
Long & Meritorious Service Award: Ed Post
Uncrowned Champion Award: Kevin Moley
Trainer of the Year: Aureliano Sosa
Professional Official if the Year: Ricky Gonzalez
Amateur Official of the Year: Deni Auclair
Good Guy Award: Michael “Mickey” Pickford
Budd Schulberg Award: Dave Schuster
Patrick Day Sports Achievement Award: Timothy Mertens