Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Matchroom Boxing donates NHS 200 Free Tickets Per Event! Fights include AJ v Pulev. The Scheme will last for 12 Months once Boxing Resumes
389° Expired

Matchroom Boxing donates NHS 200 Free Tickets Per Event! Fights include AJ v Pulev. The Scheme will last for 12 Months once Boxing Resumes

FREE£0.01
19
Posted 28th Mar

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Matchroom Boxing will donate 200 tickets per event at our Saturday Fight Night and PPV shows to the brave front line NHS heroes fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

The scheme will last for 12 months from when it is safe for boxing to resume, with tickets available for a stellar schedule of boxing that includes Anthony Joshua’s Heavyweight World Title defence against Kubrat Pulev at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Oleksandr Usyk’s blockbuster Heavyweight clash with Derek Chisora, Dillian Whyte’s crunch Heavyweight showdown with Alexander Povetkin and much more.

Managing Director of Matchroom Boxing Eddie Hearn said: “We’ve been thinking about how we can say thank you to the incredible NHS workers that have selflessly helped everybody through this COVID-19 crisis.

“They’ve been absolutely amazing and from our side at Matchroom Boxing we are announcing a new scheme for when we get back to our live shows where we will be giving away 200 tickets to NHS workers for every Saturday Fight Night and PPV show around the country from hopefully this summer forward.

“We can’t thank you enough for all of your support. NHS workers, you have been absolutely incredible, and you are the pride of our country. Stay well everyone, stay safe, stay at home and we’ll get through this soon.”
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Perhaps the frontline NHS workers can watch their free boxing (when there's no boxing) wearing their free wedding dresses (when there are no weddings). Is it just me or is it starting to get a bit weird now...?
Edited by: "Fatal.Swan" 28th Mar
Here before all the "what about me"ists... NHS staff and blue lighters, we love you and appreciate you.
Fatal.Swan28/03/2020 20:46

Perhaps the frontline NHS workers can watch their free boxing (when …Perhaps the frontline NHS workers can watch their free boxing (when there's no boxing) wearing their free wedding dresses (when there are no weddings). Is it just me or is it starting to get a bit weird now...?


I feel that anaesthetic consultant started off a wave of nonsense when he asked for a little appreciation and coffee... what next musical instruments and tiaras

What most of us on the frontline want, is listen to our advice. If you have symptoms, stay at home 2 weeks but if you have severe symptoms or cannot cope, call 111 -the government are confused and trying to juggle the economy/brexit, whilst the NHS is run by non-clinical staff whom will agree with the government as it is their jobsworth and, lap up all these freebies. What we want are not freebies, but listen to our advice: If you have symptoms, stay at home 2 weeks but if you have severe symptoms or cannot cope, call 111, obviously if you have breathing problems or are in the shielding group and really ill, call 999.

Appreciation is best shown with actions and words, like thank you, lets make ventilators/PPE or lets send a text to the old lady down the road, even the cringe-worthy clapping as long as the message, keep yourself and others safe by listening to doctors and nurses (rather than politicians and managers) gets through. Do not get me wrong we want freebies or tax break from the government but not from the people we help, to prevent this especially if someone is vulnerable is one of the reasons all NHS staff need to declare and record any gifts they receive.

If you would like to donate, please donate to the hospices and charities already set up, charitable works like bereavement support is more important now, than ever before
19 Comments
That's amazing! I guess the information on how to get these will come out at a later date?
It's the least Eddie can do after all the nhs staff been using the broom stick for years to keep Barry in the cupboard with a 6 pack of stella.
Here before all the "what about me"ists... NHS staff and blue lighters, we love you and appreciate you.
TheRoyalEnforcer28/03/2020 17:56

It's the least Eddie can do after all the nhs staff been using the broom …It's the least Eddie can do after all the nhs staff been using the broom stick for years to keep Barry in the cupboard with a 6 pack of stella.


I think you've been eating too much wild boar today
Not a deal, just a piece of information.
Whilst I like all the NHS deals, this is one of the more ironic ones; boxing and the NHS - amazing.
Amazing!
Perhaps the frontline NHS workers can watch their free boxing (when there's no boxing) wearing their free wedding dresses (when there are no weddings). Is it just me or is it starting to get a bit weird now...?
Edited by: "Fatal.Swan" 28th Mar
Fatal.Swan28/03/2020 20:46

Perhaps the frontline NHS workers can watch their free boxing (when …Perhaps the frontline NHS workers can watch their free boxing (when there's no boxing) wearing their free wedding dresses (when there are no weddings). Is it just me or is it starting to get a bit weird now...?


I Agree.

Special slots at supermarkets because the shelves were bare when front line workers need food.
Free car parking so they can park near work
Free hotels when they need to isolate
Discount on takeaways to save cooking after a long day
A few others too....

I can't understand that....The rest is just self promotion.
Fatal.Swan28/03/2020 20:46

Perhaps the frontline NHS workers can watch their free boxing (when …Perhaps the frontline NHS workers can watch their free boxing (when there's no boxing) wearing their free wedding dresses (when there are no weddings). Is it just me or is it starting to get a bit weird now...?


I feel that anaesthetic consultant started off a wave of nonsense when he asked for a little appreciation and coffee... what next musical instruments and tiaras

What most of us on the frontline want, is listen to our advice. If you have symptoms, stay at home 2 weeks but if you have severe symptoms or cannot cope, call 111 -the government are confused and trying to juggle the economy/brexit, whilst the NHS is run by non-clinical staff whom will agree with the government as it is their jobsworth and, lap up all these freebies. What we want are not freebies, but listen to our advice: If you have symptoms, stay at home 2 weeks but if you have severe symptoms or cannot cope, call 111, obviously if you have breathing problems or are in the shielding group and really ill, call 999.

Appreciation is best shown with actions and words, like thank you, lets make ventilators/PPE or lets send a text to the old lady down the road, even the cringe-worthy clapping as long as the message, keep yourself and others safe by listening to doctors and nurses (rather than politicians and managers) gets through. Do not get me wrong we want freebies or tax break from the government but not from the people we help, to prevent this especially if someone is vulnerable is one of the reasons all NHS staff need to declare and record any gifts they receive.

If you would like to donate, please donate to the hospices and charities already set up, charitable works like bereavement support is more important now, than ever before
OperateOnMe28/03/2020 22:56

I feel that anaesthetic consultant started off a wave of nonsense when he …I feel that anaesthetic consultant started off a wave of nonsense when he asked for a little appreciation and coffee... what next musical instruments and tiarasWhat most of us on the frontline want, is listen to our advice. If you have symptoms, stay at home 2 weeks but if you have severe symptoms or cannot cope, call 111 -the government are confused and trying to juggle the economy/brexit, whilst the NHS is run by non-clinical staff whom will agree with the government as it is their jobsworth and, lap up all these freebies. What we want are not freebies, but listen to our advice: If you have symptoms, stay at home 2 weeks but if you have severe symptoms or cannot cope, call 111, obviously if you have breathing problems or are in the shielding group and really ill, call 999.Appreciation is best shown with actions and words, like thank you, lets make ventilators/PPE or lets send a text to the old lady down the road, even the cringe-worthy clapping as long as the message, keep yourself and others safe by listening to doctors and nurses (rather than politicians and managers) gets through. Do not get me wrong we want freebies or tax break from the government but not from the people we help, to prevent this especially if someone is vulnerable is one of the reasons all NHS staff need to declare and record any gifts they receive.If you would like to donate, please donate to the hospices and charities already set up, charitable works like bereavement support is more important now, than ever before


That was difficult to read
PACMAN12345628/03/2020 19:13

I think you've been eating too much wild boar today


Un-castrated don't forget.....
Some of the gestures I’ve seen have been amazing, free food, taxis, accommodation etc for NHS staff.

I do however think that some are just doing them for the publicity now, like this ‘gesture’
Edited by: "Candystore" 29th Mar
Candystore29/03/2020 10:06

Some of the gestures I’ve seen have been amazing, free food, taxis, a …Some of the gestures I’ve seen have been amazing, free food, taxis, accommodation etc for NHS staff.I do however think that some are just doing them for the publicity now, like this ‘gesture’


I don’t think that at all! Eddie Hearn gives tickets away quite a lot I.e to the Armed Forces. He’s not spread this nation wide to be honest. I only found it on the match room website.
Lots of jealous people around not happy nhs are getting freebies. Pathetic scum.
Matchroom Boxing donated 200 tickets per event, very nice.
Edited by: "Jackson_21" 29th Mar
Perhaps if a boxer gets knocked out they'll be called down to the ring.
Hello.

Is there any further updates to this?

I’m heavily into my boxing so this would a really good night out. Thanks
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text