Tickets for Fight for Tomorrow are now available. They can be purchased at the Lonsdale Boxing Club, Monday to Thursday from 5:00 pm to 9:30 pm. You can also email for tickets. We will be accepting cash, cheque and e-transfer. If paying by cheque please make it out to In your Corner.

We would like to thank Family Plumbing and Heating for being our Knock Out sponsor.

Regina's Lonsdale Boxing Club will host a fundraising event next month, to raise funds in support of mental health programs for young people in our community. The Fight for Tomorrow event will be held on September 25 at the Lonsdale Club, in support of the newly-formed In Your Corner charity. Our Knock Out sponsor is Family Plumbing & Heating.

In Your Corner has been established to help young people struggling with mental health issues access existing programs and services in the community. The message of "it's okay to not be okay" will be delivered to teens and young adults through a variety of methods, including in-person presentations at schools.

"Many of us have been impacted by teen suicide," said Lonsdale Club President Frank Fiacco. "We know there are resources in place in the community. Our mission is to connect young people who are struggling with those resources. We also want to help address the stigma still associated with mental health, by helping young people understand there is absolutely no shame in asking for help when you need it."

The Fight for Tomorrow card will feature seven bouts, including a main event featuring two well-known local radio personalities, Michael "Ballsy" Ball (104.9 the Wolf) and Mark Johnston (Play 92 FM). Several other local celebrities will take part, including Mayor Sandra Masters, Regina Walsh Acres MLA Derek Myers, Police Chief Evan Bray and AGT Foods CEO Murad Al-Katib, who will serve as judges for the main event. Former Regina Ram and professional wrestler Wavell Starr will be the special guest referee for the Ball-Johnston bout.

Tickets for Fight for Tomorrow are $50, and are available at the Lonsdale Boxing Club. The cost includes admission, appetizers, supplied by Joe's Catering. The event will also be broadcast live on the Access Communications Access Now channel. 

Hello Lonsdale Boxing Club members

We thought it would be good to provide you an update of how and what the gym is doing with regards to being open. 

As you know, we have opened back up our facilities as permitted by the Saskatchewan Health Authority. We have guidelines in place that everyone must follow. 

Our members and staff safety are our priority so please be mindful of the new protocols in place.

Since June 8, 2020, we are back up and running. We are happy to welcome back our members and it has been great to see everyone.  Of course, there are a few changes, but we continue to provide a safe place for you to continue boxing.

We have some new signs that remind and encourage social distancing. We know some people are from the same household, so there may be concerns if someone is unaware and sees them together. Please talk to a coach if you have any questions or concerns. 

We do have limited equipment for members to use. If you have used gloves, or ropes etc, please put it in the bin designated for used equipment so it can be sanitized properly. 

The water fountain is not available to use currently except the filling station. Please make sure you bring your own water bottle. 

The gym is sanitized between classes and we appreciate your consideration in keeping things tidy and in your bags. Do not wear your indoor shoes to the gym. Put them on when you get to the gym.

Currently there is no sparring in the gym. We are able to do some focus pads, but both parties must wear a mask when doing so. 

At this time, we do not require you to pre-book for classes. If the class reaches capacity, we will post that it is full on our social media. 

As always, if you are sick or have been in contact with someone who is sick, please do not attend then gym. If you have travelled outside of the country or province, please refrain from attending the gym for a period of 14 days. 




JUNE 1, 2019


Lonsdale Boxing Club V.S. Western Canada

On Saturday, June 1, 2019, The Conexus Arts Centre will become electrified, as we showcase Lonsdale Boxing Club athletes against athletes from Western Canada.

The Battle of the Prairies will include a delicious family style meal followed by an evening of action packed Olympic Style Boxing,  You will have an opportunity to see some of Western Canada's best young prospects.

This will be a great night out for you, your friends, family and co-workers. This is also a great opportunity to get exposure for your company. Each table seats eight people with pricing starting at $650.00.

As we are a non-profit organization, this helps us keep our youth in a positive environment as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We also work closely with the aboriginal community as well as youth as risk. Help us make Regina a healthier and safer community.

General admission tickets for the boxing starting at 7:30 p.m. are also available in advance for $10.00 or $20.00 at the door.  Tickets are available at the Lonsdale Boxing Club, 1361 Halifax St.

If you require any further information you can contact us at 306-352-3778 or by dropping in at the Lonsdale Boxing Club, 1361 Halifax St., Regina.