uReport: Toronto boxer Shanice Szmidt gets her professional debut in New Brunswick

Sports Oct 10, 2016 York Guardian

Shanice Szmidt, a competitor and coach at Toronto Boxing Academy is scheduled to make her professional boxing debut Oct. 15 at the Aitken Center in New Brunswick. Her opponent will be the tough and experienced Annie "No Mercy" Mazerolle of New Brunswick.

Training out of Toronto and Durham Boxing Academy and coached by Brock Arthur, Szmidt has an undefeated amateur record and is a past national champion in wrestling and rugby.

Szmidt is focused and has undergone a great training camp for this fight. When asked what kind of fight we can expect from her on Oct. 15, her response was "Expect me to come out and dominate; my training, my focus and drive will show the professional boxing world that there is a new force to be reckoned with."

Having excelled in every sport she has participated in, rising up professional boxing ranks should be no different.

For fight updates and upcoming events, visit www.torontoboxingacademy.ca


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uReport: Toronto boxer Shanice Szmidt gets her professional debut in New Brunswick

Sports Oct 10, 2016 York Guardian

Shanice Szmidt, a competitor and coach at Toronto Boxing Academy is scheduled to make her professional boxing debut Oct. 15 at the Aitken Center in New Brunswick. Her opponent will be the tough and experienced Annie "No Mercy" Mazerolle of New Brunswick.

Training out of Toronto and Durham Boxing Academy and coached by Brock Arthur, Szmidt has an undefeated amateur record and is a past national champion in wrestling and rugby.

Szmidt is focused and has undergone a great training camp for this fight. When asked what kind of fight we can expect from her on Oct. 15, her response was "Expect me to come out and dominate; my training, my focus and drive will show the professional boxing world that there is a new force to be reckoned with."

Having excelled in every sport she has participated in, rising up professional boxing ranks should be no different.

For fight updates and upcoming events, visit www.torontoboxingacademy.ca


* What is uReport?

uReport enables our readers to submit photographs and videos from local events, written reports on things happening around Toronto, letters to the editor and event listings.

Submissions, made through insidetoronto.com or via email at newsroom@insidetoronto.com, are reviewed by an editor before being published on our website. Select submissions will appear in the newspaper.

More than 270,000 individuals visit www.insidetoronto.com every month which makes this is a great opportunity to share your information with a broad audience.

uReport: Toronto boxer Shanice Szmidt gets her professional debut in New Brunswick

Sports Oct 10, 2016 York Guardian

Shanice Szmidt, a competitor and coach at Toronto Boxing Academy is scheduled to make her professional boxing debut Oct. 15 at the Aitken Center in New Brunswick. Her opponent will be the tough and experienced Annie "No Mercy" Mazerolle of New Brunswick.

Training out of Toronto and Durham Boxing Academy and coached by Brock Arthur, Szmidt has an undefeated amateur record and is a past national champion in wrestling and rugby.

Szmidt is focused and has undergone a great training camp for this fight. When asked what kind of fight we can expect from her on Oct. 15, her response was "Expect me to come out and dominate; my training, my focus and drive will show the professional boxing world that there is a new force to be reckoned with."

Having excelled in every sport she has participated in, rising up professional boxing ranks should be no different.

For fight updates and upcoming events, visit www.torontoboxingacademy.ca


* What is uReport?

uReport enables our readers to submit photographs and videos from local events, written reports on things happening around Toronto, letters to the editor and event listings.

Submissions, made through insidetoronto.com or via email at newsroom@insidetoronto.com, are reviewed by an editor before being published on our website. Select submissions will appear in the newspaper.

More than 270,000 individuals visit www.insidetoronto.com every month which makes this is a great opportunity to share your information with a broad audience.