As was reported by Justin Armsden on Channel 9, Peter Foster is behind this world wide scam, with posting all of the false results. So is his whole family, Mum Louise, Sister Jill, Partners in crime Michael John Patrick Ryan, William Duffy, girlfiend Liana Emberg,
Where were Sportalists on this charity boxing day where the world's best hedge traders were invited to participate in Hong Kong in a charity boxing match??
Ah..sorry they were not raising funds for the Foster Foundation!!!
Peter Foster had been in training for this..had his pink 16 oz gloves ready at his side!!
Louise his Mum and official trainer was ready for him to take on the world in the ring..Son Peter could do it.. check out the photos...Foster has overdosed on Sensaslim, Louise just neede one more f*g before he hopped into the ring!!
Boxers Bloodied Amid Bikini Models in Hong Kong
By Eleni Himaras and Bei Hu - Oct
26, 2012 3:01 PM GMT+1000
Hedgies Trade Uppercuts in Hong Kong Fight Night
It was just so quick, said Danielle Steely Midalia after defeating
Andrea Glynn- sanity Glynn in the only womens bout at last nights sixth
Fund Fight Nite in Hong Kong. [continued below]....
Mark O'Reilly of Astbury Marsden, left, and George Radford of IP Global
fight during their boxing bout as part of the 2012 Hedge Fund Fight Nite, a
promotional boxing event held by the banking and hedge fund industry, on Oct.
25, 2011 in Hong Kong. Photographer: Aaron Tam/AFP via Getty Images
Oct. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Steve "The Wizard of Wanchai" Taw, his
son Thomas "Tommy Gun" Taw, Andrea "Glynn-sanity" Glynn and
Danielle "Steely" Midalia talk about their participation as finalists
in the annual "Hedge Fund Fight Nite" taking place tonight in Hong
Kong. The event, organized by IronMonger Events Ltd., seeks to raise HK$1
million ($129,022) for Operation Smile, which funds surgery for children with
facial deformities, and Operation Breakthrough, which combats crime and
juvenile delinquency in low-income and immigrant communities. (Source:
Steven Taw of South Ocean Management Ltd. gets punched during a boxing
bout as part of the 2012 Hedge Fund Fight Nite in Hong Kong on October 25,
2012. Photographer: Aaron Tam/AFP/Getty Images
Andrea Glynn of Bank of Montreal, left, and Danielle Midalia of the
charity Operation Smile, fight during their boxing bout as part of the 2012
Hedge Fund Fight Nite in Hong Kong on October 25, 2012. Photographer: Aaron
Andrew Wylde of Hatst and Consulting gets punched during a boxing bout
as part of the 2012 Hedge Fund Fight Nite in Hong Kong on October 25, 2012.
Photographer: Aaron Tam/AFP/Getty Images
You have no time to think, you just have to rely on your training and
what your corner men tell you, the creative manager at The Cat Street Gallery
said, red-faced and covered with sweat just minutes after the bout that had
bloodied her and her rivals noses. In some ways it was easier than training
-- as they say, train hard, fight easy.
The pair, 12 other pugilists, and 600 guests were greeted by bikini-clad
models and black-tie waiters bearing trays of beer and wine at the Indian
Recreation Club in Happy Valley. Festivities opened when four women in hooded
boxing robes stepped into the ring, stripped off to reveal red bikini tops and
hot pants, and began a choreographed dance routine under multicolored strobe
There were few signs of the financial industrys woes, as guests bid on
high-priced trips including fishing in Mongolia between bouts and courses of
fig, Iberico ham salad and roast beef. The event raised more than HK$500,000
($64,512) for charities that fund surgery for children with facial deformities,
and combat crime and juvenile delinquency in low- income and immigrant
communities, falling short of the HK$1 million goal set by organizer IronMonger
The financial industry has been taking its own punches amid shrinking
equity volumes. Bank of America Corp., BNP Paribas SA, Deutsche Bank AG,
Macquarie Group Ltd., Morgan Stanley, Nomura Holdings Inc., and UBS AG are all
Anthony The Tank Carango, 40, who attended West Point and went on to man the turret of an M1 Abrams tank, defeated Craig El
Toro Barnish in the second round of the evening. He had more to celebrate than
victory: His second child was born less than two weeks earlier.
Its been tough the last week, trying to fit in twice a day training
with a newborn, Carango, an executive director at Nomura, said after the fight, brandishing a cigar, glass of wine,
gold medal and broad smile. He said his wife has been hugely supportive,
taking late night wake-up responsibilities the evening before the fight.
The 14 finalists trained at Jab Mixed Martial Arts Studio in the heart of the business district twice a week for five months. In
addition to the sessions of sparring, punching bag work, crunches and
rope-skipping, most trained four to five times a week, and in some cases twice
a day. The finalists were culled from 70 hopefuls and were paired off for seven
bouts of three two-minute rounds each.
All the fights went the distance, with no knockouts. All seven bouts
were decided on points by the ring-side judges.
Each bout opened with a pre-taped video of the boxers talking about
their training and opponents. At the fights end, the referee raised the hand
of the victor when the tuxedo wearing announcer proclaimed a winner.
In between the matchups, models in Union Jack and Stars-
and-Stripes bikini tops mingled with bankers, while ski trips, art works and
bottles of wine were auctioned for charity.
The regions hedge funds have been staging their own fightback. The
Eurekahedge Asian Hedge Fund Index returned 2.3 percent in September, the best
performer among five regional indexes, based on preliminary figures. The index
has returned 3.9 percent this year through September compared with the 4.3
percent advance by the global industry gauge.
Steve The Wizard of Wanchai Taw, the oldest competitor at age 53 in
the history of the event, lost to Blaire The Bear Crichton, an associate vice
president in business development atHSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA),
26 years his junior.
He got in one punch that was really good, said the sweat-soaked Taw, a
director at South Ocean Management Ltd., who said this will be his last round
in the ring. It doesnt really hurt because you have the gloves and the
padding, but all the time, its in the back of your mind.
Taw competed four years after his sons victory in the same charity
event. Thomas Taw, 27, who works in electronic trading at Macquarie, was
standing in his fathers corner during the fight.
Other fighters at the event included Barnish, co-founder of BAH
Partners, Ltd., Nicolas Boulay, a derivatives broker at Louis Capital Markets;
Adam Gazal, a managing partner at National Australia Bank Ltd.; Grant
Livingston, an executive director in convertible bonds at JPMorgan Chase &
Co.; Brad Moreland, a director in prime services at HSBC; Mark O Reilly, a
managing director at Astbury Marsden; George Radford, a consultant at property
investment company IP Global; Richard Rouse, an account manager at HSBC, and
Andrew Wylde, head of sales and operations at Hatstand Consulting, who sported
the nights bloodiest nose.
Standard tables of 12 cost HK$24,000 with the ringside version pulling in
HK$50,000. The event at Happy Valley wrapped up with the last bout just before
midnight, when the pugilists and many of their supporters then filed into taxis
to Lan Kwai Fong, the citys stretch of bars and restaurants in the business
Where are you Peter???