Undefeated Canadian Super Welterweight Cody Crowley Headlines “Homecoming V: Going Global”

Undefeated, world-rated super welterweight Cody “The Crippler” Crowley will headline “Homecoming V: Going Global,” presented by CCC Promotions, on Saturday, October 19th at Peterborough Memorial Centre.

The 26-year-old Crowley (17-0, 9 KOs), who is also co-founder of CCC Promotions, is rated No. 8 in the world by the World Boxing Association. Crowley is the reigning Canada Professional Boxing Council (CPBC) Nation super welterweight champion.

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In his most recent fight this past February, Crowley made his first CPBC title defense, winning a 12-round unanimous ecision over Stuart McLellan (25-2-3).

“I left the town of Peterborough with nothing but a work ethic, hope and a dream—hope that I would find the right skill set to make my dream of becoming a world champion come true,” says Peterborough hero Crowley, who is now training in Las Vegas. “At 17-0, I know that my skill set is heading in the right direction. I am super excited to see what the future holds.”

Priced at $62.15, $39.,55 and $28.25, tickets go on sale Friday, September 6th, and will be available to purchase by going online at memorialcentre.ca. VIP packages are also available by texting/calling CCC Promotions at 705.927.3265.  

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Peterborough's Cody Crowley Returns Home For Bout At Memorial Centre

On May 5th, CCC Promotions returns to the Peterborough Memorial Centre, as two of Canada’s top Welterweights duke it out at “Homecoming III: Mayhem at Memorial.”

CPBC International Super-Welterweight Champion and Peterborough loyalist, Cody “The Crippler” Crowley, will return home from his training camp in Las Vegas to take on Hamilton-based up-and-comer Kevin Higson.

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Higson, WBA-NABA Canada Super Welterweight Champion, is Crowley’s toughest competitor yet, winning 12 of his 14 professional fights by going the full distance. Higson, who has won 5 bouts in a row, including notable wins over fellow Canadian contenders Phil Rose, Ryan Young and Junmar Emon.
 
In this epic main event, hometown boy Cody Crowley looks to defend his CPBC title on his home turf. In addition to putting his title on the line, Crowley will be fighting for the vacant CPBC Canadian title which will let the world know who is the best one 154 pounder in Canada.

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Crowley is a dominating force in the Canadian boxing scene and is determined to earn his way to the top by only taking on qualified opponents to get there. The fighter is gradually reaching the pinnacle of his craft, with the help of elite-level coaching staff and training partners.
 
Tickets for the bout go on sale February 2nd online or by calling 705.743.3561.

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