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Competition: Win tickets to the World Series of Boxing

PUBLISHED: 19:34 09 April 2015 | UPDATED: 19:34 09 April 2015

The World Series of Boxing comes to the Copper Box Arena on Thursday

The World Series of Boxing comes to the Copper Box Arena on Thursday

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Six lucky readers have the chance to win free tickets to see some of the UK’s finest amateur fighters in action when the World Series of Boxing comes to the Copper Box Arena next week.

The British Lionhearts face Cuba Domadores on Thursday in five bouts of five three-minute rounds and the Recorder is giving away three pairs of tickets exclusively to our online readers.

To stand a chance of winning, email londonmarketing@archant.co.uk with the correct answer to the question below.

Question: Which British fighter became the first woman to win Olympic boxing gold at the London 2012 Olympics?

a) Natalie Adams

b) Nicola Adams

c) Naomi Adams

Entries must include your full name, address, date of birth and phone number and should have the subject line “Boxing Competition”.

Entries must be made by the closing date of Tuesday, April 14.

Entrants must be over 16 and a Newham resident. Three winners will be selected at random from the entries and contacted after the closing date.

Full Archant terms and conditions apply (available on request).

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Any personal data submitted by the entrant will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation.


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