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FAQ - Hellraiser Boxing - Professional Boxing Fight Nights - London
Frequently Asked Questions about Hellraiser Boxing's professional boxing fight nights in London.

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Q: Who are the boxers, do your events involve
champions & title fights?

A: Hellraiser fight nights are typically grass-roots events with championship level top of the bill fighters. Many of the fighters featured are ambitious novices on the way up, frequently pitched against each other. The main event is always a title fight. Previous events have included commonwealth title fights, variety of international title fights, area title fights, eliminators, and final eliminators.

Q: What is the price of tickets?

A: Tickets typically range from £30 - £70. Check out our upcoming events for more information.

Q: Are tickets available on the door?

A: Although tickets are often available on the door, many events sell out up to a week in advance – we recommend you get in quick!

Q: Are tickets available on-line?

A: Yes. To avoid disappointment, we would strongly recommend purchasing your tickets online.

Q: Is there a dress code?

A: Smart casual dress code is required.

Q: I’m thinking of bringing my girlfriend/wife/significant other - is it male only?

A: Everyone is welcome!

Q: How many fights are there?

A: On a typical night you’ll see between 10 and 12 fights

Q: Do you do corporate packages?

A: Yes, bespoke corporate packages are available, please contact us.

Q: I’m thinking of coming for a stag-do – are there discounts available for group bookings?

A: Yes we can offer group discounts for groups larger than 10 - please contact us for more information.

Q: Where are the shows held?

A: We hold events across London and the South East - venues include York Hall, Bethnal Green; Camden Centre, Kings Cross; and The Coronet, Elephant & Castle.

Q: How long have Hellraiser been putting on fights for?

A: Hellraiser have been hosting fight nights since 2003

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