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Dayton History Fight Night is where the biggest names in Dayton duke it out center stage in a boxing match.
A 1920s-themed charity boxing exhibition at historic Memorial Hall (1910). All proceeds benefit Dayton History in its mission to bring the region's past to life to understand the present and inspire the future.
Fighters train at Brown Institute of Martial Arts before going three rounds at Memorial Hall—the same venue that hosted Jack Dempsey, Joe Louis, and numerous boxing legends.
Wine, beer, and soft drinks are served throughout the night. After the final bell has tolled, the Fight Night Speakeasy After Party starts swinging in the lower level of Memorial Hall. Featuring a full-service bar and live entertainment, guests can mingle with fighters and dance the night away.
Doors open at 7pm, Fights start at 8pm.
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