Brian “The Punisher” Weiner

Brian Weiner is program Manager for Telephonics Corporation in Farmingdale, an advanced technology company generating surveillance, communications, analysis and integration solutions.  He is also a personal trainer at UFC in Farmingdale.

“I attended the 2010 Fight for Charity Main Event. Friends who participated told me about their experiences,” said Brian. “I decided to volunteer to be a charity boxer because I feel there is no better way to help someone in need than to sacrifice my time training and then step in the ring and put my body on the line for donations. Not only do I get to test and push myself to my limits but I will also be able to raise money for a worthy cause and help families in the local community. “To me putting in the time and effort training and then fighting in this year’s Main Event is the ending of a journey I began in 2010. I was in need of losing a good amount of weight and entered a boxing gym looking to achieve that goal. Not only did I lose weight, I discovered a hobby and a sport that became one of my favorite things to do. When the prospect of participating in the 2017 Fight for Charity came up, I jumped at the chance.” Brian is supportive of Ring 10 of NY, a non-profit foundation assisting past and present boxers who have fallen on hard times. He earned a B.S. in Science from SUNY Oneonta and a M.A. in Criminal Justice from Long Island University – C.W. Post. Brian is married and has two daughters. He lives in Smithtown.

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The Long Island Fight for Charity, the nation’s only all-volunteer charity boxing event, recently announced the names of the courageous men and women volunteer boxers at a special event held at the Mansion at Oyster Bay. Over 300 enthusiastic Fight for Charity sponsors, alumni boxers, fans and supporters gathered to learn who will be in
The organizers of the Long Island Fight for Charity recently held its “Boxer Announcement” reception at Stonebridge Golf Links & Country Club. The 2016 boxers took center stage before supporters and fans as their names were revealed. The boxers, men and women from the Long Island business community, will now start training to prepare to
Once in a lifetime opportunity to get in the boxing ring for charity. All Alumni Boxers invited to return. 13th Main Event Monday, November 21, 2016 Requirements for men and women interested in becoming volunteer charity boxers: Submit application by Noon April 21, 2016 Commit to raising a minimum of $5,000 for LIFFC Charities Obtain medical
February 8, 2016 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 180 Commerce Drive, Hauppauge, NY 11788 No admission charge – Light food – Cash bar Charity Check Presentation Over $160,000 to be presented Long Island Community Chest The Genesis School Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. ROHHAD Fight Inc. Boxer Appreciation Thank you to our 2015 boxers
Call it the thriller in Melville. Or call it by its official name, the 12th Long Island Fight for Charity (LIFFC). Professionals that include sales managers, attorneys, family physicians, techies, CFOs, personal trainers, and retail and marketing managers from across Long Island’s business community will lace up their boxing gloves next month to raise funds