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ST. LOUIS – The fight card for the 27th annual Budweiser Guns 'n Hoses boxing match has been announced.

Fifteen three-round fights will feature male and female police and firefighters, beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27 at Scottrade Center. The fights raise money for BackStoppers, a non-profit that helps families of fallen first responders.

Here are the matches:

1. Lucas Andert, University City Fire Department vs. Jarret Abelovs, St. Louis County Police Department

2. Pari Stocker, Eureka Fire Protection District vs. Jessica Meyer, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department

3. Eric Hall, St. Charles City Fire Department vs. Ryan Counterman, Hazelwood Police Department

4. Korre Hill, East St. Louis Fire Department vs. Kevin Sanders, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department

5. Chris Granda, Rock Community Fire Department vs. Michael Larkin, St. Louis County Police Department

6. James D'Angelo, Eureka Fire Protection District vs. Brandon Shellenberg, Venice Police Department

7. Paul Birchfield, St. Louis City Fire Department vs. Joe Stevens, Overland Police Department

8. David James, University City Fire Department vs. Ervin Lockhart, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department

9. Chad Vancil, St. Louis City Fire Department vs. John Krause, St. Francois County Sheriff's Department

10. Michael Barnes, St. Louis City Fire Department vs. Ronald Allen, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department

11. Travis Tilton, Sugar Creek Fire District vs. Mike McCann, St. Louis County Police Department

12. Chris Buchmeier, Frontenac Fire Department vs. Jesse Carmack, St. Clair County Sheriff's Office

13. Keith Skaggs, Affton Fire Protection District vs. Mike Reilly, United States Attorney's Office

14. Andre Hopgood, St. Louis City Fire Department vs. Sam Stewart, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department

15. Steven Hewkin, Olivette Fire Department vs. Philip Davis, St. Louis County Police Department

The fighters were selected from a group of 60 hopefuls, who tried out Nov. 16 at River City Casino.

Tickets are $10, $20, or $30 and are available through Ticketmaster, all Hair Saloon locations, and the Scottrade Center Box Office.

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