LOS ANGELES (July 13) – The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Boxing Team presents the inaugural Brawl At City Hall 2015, on Saturday, July 18, a fun and exciting charity boxing event to benefit the Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation. In the past, charity boxing events presented by the LAPD Boxing club in association with other law enforcement clubs throughout California have been a tremendous success with outstanding officers giving their best performance.

Shutting down Los Angeles City Hall in the 200 block of North Spring Street, the live charity boxing event will feature live music, a meet and greet with Golden Boy Promotions fighters, a beer garden hosted by the LA Brewing Company, trendy LA catering trucks, family friendly activities, and more. LAPD boxing team members will face off against officers and firemen from the Pasadena Police Department, West Covina Police Department, US Marshall’s Office – San Diego, Big Bear Fire Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in a 10-fight stacked card to support this wonderful event.

The Memorial Foundation has played a vital role in assisting the families of LAPD officers who have experienced catastrophic circumstances resulting from injury or death. Since its inception in 1972, the Foundation has granted more than $14.5 million for medical, funeral and educational expenses.

The LAPD Boxing Team is extremely honored to receive support on this event with the assistance of Los Angeles City Council Member Jose Huizar, District 14 and the support of Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions.

Tickets for the event are priced at $25 and will be available at the gate, and all proceeds will benefit the Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation. Gates open at 2:00 p.m. and the first bout begins at 4:00 p.m.

We are truly hoping supporters of the Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation and members of the Los Angeles Boxing fans will attend and support our efforts.