TONIGHT: Last Man Standing 2016 – Live Broadcast on Yahoo Sports Indiana

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Indiana Talks very own Jordan Maly along side co-host Michael McMahon will be broadcasting all of the actions live right here on Indianatalks.com and the TuneIn Radio App starting at 6PM ET. 

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The brothers of Sigma Pi Fraternity – Beta Chapter at Indiana University present ‘Last Man Standing’, a boxing event to help raise awareness for The American Cancer Society and IU Relay For Life. The event is going on today, Friday April 22nd 2016. The event will include student organizations and other greek life affiliates in a 1v1 boxing match up. The winner of the event will receive $1,000 to donate to a charity of their choice. The brothers of Sigma Pi Fraternity last year raised over $16,000 in donations and was honored with the 2015 Relay For Life Team of Excellence Award from The American Cancer Society Lakeshore Division. Click the link below to find out how you can donate to help knock out cancer:

LASTMANSTANDING2016.com

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Where: The Warehouse

1525 S. Rogers St., Bloomington, IN

Doors Open: 5:30PM First Fight: 6:30PM

General Admission: $10

Sponsors for the Event:

Pepsi, Mountain Dew Kickstart, Chick-fil-A, Gatorade, RockStar Energy, Yogi’s Bar & Grill, and Select Sports Outfitters.

Faceoff LMS

Wednesday night, boxers participated in the official weight-in for the event in anticipation for Friday Night’s Fight.

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