Following the success of the EOTTM gala on October 27 of last year, which marked the return of professional boxing to Outaouais after a few years of absence, the Montreal promoter is back with a second event on September 8 at the Theatre du Casino Lac-Leamy.

The card will feature the new NABF super-lightweight champion, Steve Claggett, as well as local talents Alexandre Gaumont, Vanessa Lepage-Joanisse, and Harley-David O'Reilly. The evening will be broadcast live on Punching Grace and ESPN+.

Claggett (35-7-2, 25 KOs) demonstrated in October last year when he stopped Jonathan Jose Eniz in the 4th round. Since then, known as "The Dragon," he claimed the NABF title at 140 lbs with an impressive stoppage over former WBA world champion Alberto Machado in three rounds. Claggett continues his ascent to the top of the division and hopes that his bout on September 8 will earn him a place in the world's top 10.

"You saw the dragon roar on June 1, but I haven't shown all my fire yet! I'm excited to climb the rankings and make an even bigger impact on the world stage! This title puts me in contention for something greater, and I won't stop until I reach where I want to be: world champion! With my team in my corner and Eye of The Tiger behind me, I know we'll get there," said Claggett.

Buckingham's pride, Gaumont (8-0, 6 KOs), continues to rack up victories and intends to dazzle his fans once again as he competes in his first 8-round bout of his career. Fighting in front of his hometown in Gatineau is a matter of the heart and an honor for the Gaumont family, as expressed by Marcellin, Alexandre's father and coach:

"The region had its boxing hero in Gaétan Hart, whom I met 47 years ago. He is a true inspiration to us. Now, it's Alexandre who follows in his footsteps to revive boxing in Gatineau. His will to win and all the efforts he has put into training in recent months will be reflected once again on September 8, and we are thrilled to know that Mr. Hart will be ringside once again to witness the next generation's performance."