Boxing Weekend 2017 The University of Tennessee

Since 1980, the Boxing Tournament has been a huge part of Greek life at the University of Tennessee. From its humble beginnings, the Tournament has grown steadily in size and profit each year. Over 1,500 fraternity men have competed in the Tournament to date, with more new competitors each year. The Tournament has also grown to be one of the largest collegiate fundraisers in America.

Hundreds of students, parents, and other spectators come from all over the south to enjoy the tournament. Roughly 55 boxers compete in 11 different weight classes over the course of a weekend.

Senior Kappa Delta Kaily Groover takes in the fights at her last Boxing Weekend Tournament as a student.

Sophomore Spencer Shelton gets ready to take on Sophomore Andrew Clevenger in a highly anticipated fight.

Sophomore Spencer Shelton vs. Sophomore Andrew Clevenger.
Alpha Gamma Roe Sophomore Cody Hunter and Phi Sigma Kappa Stephen Nash go head to head.
A boxers parent intently watches his sons fight.
Alpha Gamma Roe Sophomore Cody Hunter vs. Phi Sigma Kappa Stephen Nash
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