February 1, 2009

Fight card to benefit the battle against Lou Gehrig's Disease

From www.soboxing.com

MINNEAPOLIS (January 29, 2009) - Seconds Out promotions and Most Hated Entertainment announced today that they have joined the fight against Lou Gehrig's Disease. Lou Gehrig's Disease which is also known as (ALS) Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, is a disease that weakens and eventually destroys motor neurons of the human body.

"With the announcement of Scott LeDoux, former heavyweight contender and current Executive Director of the Minnesota Combat Sports Commission, being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease this past August, we decided that we needed to raise awareness of this disease and to find a way to bring help to the patients and families that have been stricken by this grave illness, said Eddie Urbina," CEO of Most Hated Entertainment.

"After our meetings today with the ALS Association of Minnesota, we decided to align ourselves with this organization and fight toe-to-toe alongside our friend Scott LeDoux in his battle against this life threatening disease. We encouraging you to do the same, please come out and support our event and help us KNOCK OUT ALS," said Tony Grygelko, CEO of Seconds Out Promotions.

Proceeds from the February 13th boxing/MMA event at Epic Night Club will be donated to ALS Association of Minnesota (http://www.alsmn.org). Tickets are available for this event by calling 612-807-5547 or by going to www.epicmpls.com.
Post a Comment