19th Annual Ringside: A Fight For Kids & A Win For The Charley Foundation
Friday night’s sold-out 19th annual Ringside: A Fight for Kids at The Factory’s Liberty Hall in Franklin, Tennessee was a knockout success for The Charley Foundation and the children’s charities it supports.
The premier charity boxing gala event featured four Rumble on the Row bouts with Nashville music industry and business professionals squaring off in the ring. The crowd was treated to the National Anthem performed by Warner Music Nashville/Buena Vista Records duo Temecula Road, a silent auction and gourmet dining before the evening’s main attraction.
Notable guests for the annual event included Reba McEntire, actor Rex Linn, Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn, Terri Clark and Chris Young, who turned out to support the boxers and the Charley Foundation, which provides assistance to disabled and underprivileged children served by medical, recreational and care groups.
Rumble on the Row bout decisions were as follows:
- Ryan Hamblin (Co-Owner/Director/
Photographer, BrainStem Digital) defeated Will Carnahan (Photographer/ Director, Will Call Cinematic, LLC)
- Emily Vincent (Artist Manager, Torrez Music Group) defeated Evane Stone (Entrepreneur)
- Tripp King (Account Manager, FBMM) defeated Drew Magid (Artist Manager, Big Loud)
- Dorothy Young (Huskins-Harris Business Management, Inc.) defeated Marne McLyman (Manager, Maverick Management)
“I couldn’t be prouder of the boxers for their time and commitment,” said The Charley Foundation Founder and Ringside Producer Carolyn Miller. “They all worked so hard to prepare for their bouts and their selfless efforts will directly impact the lives of area children in need.”
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