Photo: Big Joe Miranda
Heavyweight contender Chris Arreola and former WBC jr middleweight champion and Contender Season 1 winner Sergio Mora met boxing fans this weekend in the Los Angeles area as part of Everlast’s global philanthropic ‘What Do You Fight For?’ social movement.
On Saturday, Arreola (with a cast on his broken left hand from his recent fight with Manny Quezada) appeared at the Hollenbeck Youth Center in Los Angeles to personally deliver $10,000 in new Everlast equipment and offer inspiration and encouragement to the kids who participate in the program.
On Sunday, August 22nd between training sessions for his September 18th showdown with “Sugar” Shane Mosley, former WBC World Champion, and Los Angeles native Sergio Mora stopped by the Boxing 2000 gym in Garden Grove to personally deliver $10,000 in new Everlast equipment. Sergio shared with the kids his personal story about life growing up in Los Angeles and offered inspiration and encouragement to reach for the stars to achieve their dreams.
Countless athletes and celebrities, along with key Everlast endorsers Randy Couture, Andre Berto, Gray Maynard, Miguel Cotto, and Teddy Atlas, have already joined the fight and shared their personal motivations. Be sure to visit the Everlast “I Fight For Contest” page on Facebook, www.Facebook.com/Everlast, to share your story, read other’s stories and comment.
Everyone has a fight in life…What Do You Fight For?