LAS VEGAS, Jan. 9, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – âWith the United States averaging over 400,000 new cases per day for the first time since the pandemic, as many as we want – we just can’t with a good conscience will put 8,000 spectators in a room within three weeks. This will give all the fighters time to get back in shape and put on a bigger show! âLegendary four divisions, ten (10) times World Champion, Roy Jones Jr. (https://www.instagram.com/ royjonesjrofficial)
Roy Jones Jr. left his mark in boxing history by winning the WBA heavyweight title, becoming the first former middleweight champion to win a heavyweight title in 106 years. Jones was named “Fighter of the Decade” for the 1990s by the Boxing Writers Association of America.
âWe are extremely saddened that we cannot host Fight for Veterans 2022 between January 28 and 29, 2020, as originally planned. â(Https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2021/12/31/2359732/0/en/Fight-for-Veterans-2022-A-Two-2-Day-Historical-First-Live- Streaming -Star-Studded-NFT-Artwork-Auction-Event-Produced-and-Directed-by-Royster-Productions-LLC.html) This event means more to me than anything. The opportunity to give back to my brothers and sisters in arms forever, and the family members who support us through and through, you have my undying respect and gratitude. We will return when the COVID-19 situation is more stabilized. The fight against the COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on the mental health of individuals in the United States. However, even before the pandemic, mental health was a long-term and growing concern for veterans. Illness, bereavement, job loss, social isolation, uncertainty and other stressors associated with the pandemic have contributed to an increase in psychological distress on an unusually large scale. The need for spiritual guidance is at an all time high. The aim of our planned event was to create a strong positive atmosphere, to strengthen our appreciation for the men, women and active veterans of our country. For our 19 million veterans, that means ensuring they have access to the support and resources for a future of security, opportunity and dignity. So many of our veterans bear the scars of their service – both visible and invisible – and it is everyone’s responsibility to help them heal and encourage them to keep fighting, to never give up. “- BCG CSO Lt Col. (Ret.) Dennis P. Donegan
The event was blessed with so much talent and so many great artists who are ready to take the stage and show their sincere admiration for our veterans. An incredible range of exhibition world champion fighters and professional fighters. In addition to our event partner Roy Jones Jr., Fight for Veterans 2022 has garnered interest and commitments from great boxing legends such as Antonio Tarver, Evander Holyfield Jr., David Moore and Riddick Bowe, in plus special performances from the NBA star. Nick Young and former TMZ Van Latham to name a few. Combined with incredible speed, power and athleticism, our selection of the all-time greatest # GOATS4VETERANS and sports icons have won world championship titles in multiple weight classes and reinforced their incredible commitment and dedication in coming back and claiming their world champions title on several occasions.
Antonio Tarver, who played Mason “The Line” Dixon in the 2006 movie Rocky Balboa (https://rocky.fandom.com/wiki/MasonâDixon), knows firsthand how people with mental health problems feel. . In a compelling interview, the Grand Champion said, “I want to tell my story. The greatest story ever told is mental health.”
âThere is widespread awareness of the damage done to combatants by head trauma; provided, however, that there is another possible cause for many of these symptoms: post-traumatic stress disorder (“PTSD”). PTSD is known to cause depression, fear, and severe anxiety. Very few fighters have a safety net when it comes to retirement, health care, and other benefits. These are the same challenges our veterans face. For far too many veterans, returning from military service means coping with symptoms of PTSD. “- BCG CSO Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Dennis P. Donegan
1.53 million veterans are uninsured and 2 million cannot afford healthcare, a new Harvard and Public Citizen study found in 2020. https://www.citizen.org/news/1 -53-million-veterans-are-uninsured-and- 2 million people cannot afford healthcare at New Harvard. Two years after the start of the pandemic, these figures are even more alarming.
According to a recent article from October 2021 in Newsweek; some 37,000 veterans are homeless. https://www.newsweek.com/37000-us-veterans-are-homeless-i-was-one-them-opinion-1647352
Thanks to our Fight for Veterans 2022 #fightforveterans, we alone will not be able to make a big difference. But we hope we can make a difference for someone there! We hope that our NFT social fabric, our meta-fabric concept, through our SPE platform and as part of the #fightforveterans initiative, website: https://www.FFV2022.com, can help support leading veterans organizations in front of caring and compassionate donors. businesses and to help connect these honorable and dedicated charities and their initiatives are raising much-needed funds and awareness this winter.
We are committed to hosting the world’s first live NFT artwork auction in honor of our veterans on a vibrant social media platform. We would like to point out that NFTs not only play a leading role in buying, selling and owning digital artwork, but can also help with social issues and what they can bring to life. the future of philanthropy by adding social fabric to the mix.
âBlockchain-based NFTs have become a powerful fundraising vehicle for nonprofits. By adding social components to digital artwork and connecting social media feeds, the value of these digital artwork can be compounded by the social status of owning such an NFT as it connects to real social issues. worrying with real faces and real voices. Through our NFT Monoliths, we believe that new opportunities exist to strengthen the social challenges our society faces and empower key voices. âOur platform will serve and empower female Veterans, Transgender, Veterans with depression and mental health issues and their families as they transition from military to civilian life. As we reach out to our Veterans, their families, Nonprofits and our community are paramount. We ask and appreciate everyone’s support and patience as we work through COVID protocols that will keep ALL SAFE and the result will be an event like never before. WE PROMISE AN EVENT FILLED WITH GREAT FIGHTERS, FOR GREAT FIGHTERS AND ON BEHALF OF GREAT FIGHTERS. ” – BCG CSO Lieutenant-Colonel (retired) Dennis P. Donegan
Shawn Royster, Acting Director of Royster Productions LLC, applauds the decision of Blockchain Sports, Inc. and Roy Jones Jr. Promotions, Inc. âWe are committed to producing the best show you can buy, with exceptional programming from all over the world. World-class boxing shows and musical performances – we’ll continue to build a show worthy of its cause. â- Shawn Royster, Director of Royster Productions LLC.
The event is produced by Royster Productions, LLC., (Website: http://www.roysterproductions.com)
For more details on this historic two (2) day star studded special event, please visit the website: https://www.FFV2022.com by January 14 for new details on the schedule of events. fights from February 25 to 26, musical performances, PPV and ticket sales.
The Blockchain Sports, Inc., a leading sports development company.
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BCG CSO Lt Col. (Ret.) Dennis P. Donegan [email protected] (Website: https://specialforcesgreenberetmemorial.org/lieuataire-colonel-ret-dennis-donegan)
Roy Jones Jr. Promotions, Inc., (RJJ) (Website: https://royjonesjr.com) a leading promoter of boxing and all combat sports in the world. RJJ has already made a huge impact in the boxing community in just a few short years. By creating exhilarating content for UFC Fight Pass, CBS Sports, Showtime, ESPN and beIN Sports in some of the best sites across the country, RJJ has proven he’s conquering the sweet science of sports.
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