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Comms-care’s ‘Enforcer’ seals victory at charity fight night

Comms-care recently took part in the CRN fight night on Thursday 28th May. Operations Manager at Comms-care, Mark ‘The Enforcer’ Forster was the first to compete in the charity event against Phil ‘The Baby’ Bell of Westcoast with both fighters putting up a very entertaining fight in front of a sell out crowd.

The CRN Fight Night was launched last year and has become one of the leading channel events. The evening creates a great atmosphere for entertaining customers and getting together with colleagues and with all the money going to charities selected by the fighters a lot of money is raised for worthwhile causes. Comms-care’s chosen charity The Railway Children has already received over £1000 from Comms-care events held throughout the course of the year and in addition sponsorship from the Fight Night already stands at over £800.

After three entertaining 90 second rounds between the fighters the result was decided by an audience vote.  Holding their voting cards aloft the victory was awarded to the blue corner of Mark ‘The Enforcer’ Forster who was quick to show the crowd his delight and appreciation.

Comms-care also donated 2 Club Wembley tickets to the auction to watch the World Cup Qualifier game between England v Andorra. Again, all money raised on the evening went to charity. Well done to Trend Micro who were the highest bidder donating £350. 

After training for over three months, Mark was very pleased with his performance and is already looking forward to getting back in the ring again. “It has all being worth it, I have enjoyed the training and the buzz of getting in the ring was the best feeling. The most important thing for me was raising the money for The Railway Children, giving children the best start in life is extremely important – The Railway Children are doing a fantastic job and I’m proud to say I support the charity.”