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Fighting for Families

Australian business heavyweight, Rod Walker, will be fighting for families when he swaps the suit for gloves to attempt the world record for most consecutive boxing rounds ever.

One of Australia’s business heavyweights is stepping into the ring to try to break the Guinness world record for most consecutive boxing rounds ever. Rod Walker, CEO, Director and Chairman with over 30 years experience, will go toe to toe with elite boxers, celebrities and everyday Australians for 125 rounds over 8 hours with only 60 seconds in between to recover.

He’s fighting to raise desperately needed funds for the Fusion Families Program in Western Sydney. By supporting Rod, you’ll be supporting the work of an organisation that helps equip and inspire parents to build healthy, loving families and promote a brighter future for our communities.

“Hey Rod just want to congratulate u on yesterday I was telling the team and coaches today the more I think about it it’s one of the greatest efforts I’ve seen or heard of. Congrats. Hope u raised plenty of money. Well done. Paul”
Paul Gallen, Paul Gallen is an Australian professional rugby league footballer and heavyweight boxer who currently captains the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks of the National Rugby League as well as the New South Wales State of Origin team
“Well done mate. Great mental toughness from you!! Impressive!! It was a great honour to be a part of it!!
Thank you for including me, Phil”
Phil Waugh, Phillip Waugh is a retired Australian rugby union footballer who played 124 matches in Super Rugby for the NSW Waratahs, and in 79 Test matches for the Wallabies

The Fight

Fighting For Families is the brainchild of business heavyweight Rod Walker and families champion, Sallie Hammond. On 28th February 2016, Rod will attempt the Guinness World Record for most consecutive boxing rounds ever to help raise money for Sallie’s Fusion Families Program.

For Rod, this world record attempt means fighting 125 three-minute rounds over nine hours with only 60 seconds to recover in between. On the day, he’ll go toe to toe with elite boxers, celebrities and everyday Australians all with one thing in common; a desire to support struggling families.

Free entry | All ages welcome | Celebrity appearances | Huge silent auction | 25+ opponents | Kid’s activities | Giant raffle | Entertainment and more!

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125

125 THREE-MINUTES ROUNDS

8

OVER 8 HOURS

60

ONLY 60 SECONDS RECOVERY

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Fighting for Families – Episode 1

Fighting for Families – Episode 2

Fighting for Families in the Media

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