Boxing bouts for charity

- Landon "Lights Out Litigator" is giving it his best shot. The Uniondale based attorney is no pro. He's just one of 18 white-collar workers getting ready to duke it out in the ring for Long Island's 13th Fight for Charity event. He has passed his minimum goal of raising $5,000.

Dr. Ron Mazza hopes to triple that. The chiropractor is a repeat contender. While he may be the oldest, the Mazzacutioner means business.

Over 1,000 people pack the Hilton in Melville. The boxing bouts are three, 1-minute rounds. The winners are the Long Island charities that benefit from the boxers hard work.

And after gearing up, I quickly learned it's not easy work. These guys just make it look good.

The Main Event is on November 21. It's too late to get in the ring this year but next year, it's all fair game.

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