Months of training, sweat and sacrifice all led up to May 19: two coaches, 28 fighters, 14 bouts and three rounds in the ring. The third annual Real Estate Rumble took place at Park West, and the sold-out event was filled with high energy. The crowd, supporters and fighters were clamoring at the start of the first bell at 7:30 p.m. For the fighters, their teams and coaches, it all came down to a total of 270 seconds. After each bout, a winner was crowed a Real Estate Rumble belt, and the respective team was awarded a point. But at the end of the night, the true winners weren't those who dealt the most punches, they were those that raised the most money. Donning the traditional boxing attire, each contestant took to the ring with headgear and boxing gloves. A few participants even created personas for themselves, wearing capes with names like Frank the Tank. Fighters were matched up against others of their same size, age or sex, generally, with participants ranging from ...
- Third annual Real Estate Rumble pinned real estate professionals against one another in a boxing ring
- The event raised funds for the Big Brothers Big Sisters charity
- The sold out event took place at Park West