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The Toy Tiger goes National Fight Network

Toy Tiger will be having its world television premiere on Canada's National Combat Sports T.V. Station: the Fight Network. The first screening will be on November 11th at 9pm eastern time with subsequent screenings throughout the month. Don't Miss It!

New Toy Tiger: Deluxe Edition now available

The perfect Christmas gift for under $20! Includes the award winning documentary, 4 full fights from the prime of Art Hafey's career and a never-before-seen sparring session with ring legend Bobby Chacon! The DVD is only $19.95 so act now or forever miss out on this critically acclaimed piece of boxing history. (Click here to buy.)

One of the best boxing documentaries I have ever seen Cover of Ring magazine

Check out what Pete Ehrmann had to say about the film in the June issue of Ring magazine (click here).

The Hall Calls

On June 26th, 2010 in front of a packed house at the Sportman's Lodge in Studio City, Art Hafey was inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame. Art (along with Enrique Bolanos) was also the coverboy for the program. Way to go champ!

Art Hafey inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame
Toy Tiger awarded Best Documentary at San Diego Indiefest
Thirty years later 'The Toy Tiger' delivers all over again

Click here to read Marty Mulcahey's review of the film for

Nova Scotia Boxing legends, past and present, turned out for the Halifax Premiere of "Toy Tiger" at Palooka's Boxing Club on December 12th, 2009. Les Sprague (Cdn light welter champ), Lawrence Hafey (Art's brother and a former Cdn Middleweight champ), Chris Clarke (Commonwealth Welterweight champ), Rickey Anderson (Cdn Welterweight champ) and many more showed up for the fun. The screening was a benefit for Palooka's Amateur Boxing Program.

Toy Tiger had its Canadian premiere on November 23rd, 2009 at the Empire Studio 7 Theatre in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. "Twilight:New Moon" had to be bumped out of the big theatre to accomodate the 700 people that showed up to support their hometown heroes. Well over 200 people were turned away at the door and two additional screenings had to be added with a third likely for December. The screenings were a benefit for former Canadian Lightweight Champion Barry Sponagle who lost his home in a house fire last year. Check out Peter Clarke's article about the premiere, from the new Glasgow news.

On October 3rd 2009 Toy Tiger premiered at the El Portal Theatre during the 9th annual Valley Film Festival. Boxers Ruben Olivares, Bobby Chacon, Carlos Palomino, Ruben Castillo, Mike Anchondo, Randy Shields, Armando Muniz, Frankie Duarte and many more were in attendance to welcome Art Hafey back to the City of Angels. Read Michele Chong and Randy De LA O's ringside reports.

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