Michael “All Business” Dellaquila

Michael, an Alumni Boxer, is the owner of Dellaquila Properties, Locust Valley; Michael “All Business” Dellaquila will be tough to beat in the 14th Annual Long Island Fight for Charity. With a background in fitness, Michael has been training and working hard to reach his goals.  He wants to be the best competitor that he can be in his efforts to raise money for charity.

“Being physically fit is important to me and this fundraising event is a special undertaking. It encourages all of the volunteer boxers to focus on physical fitness and health while raising money for local charities to enable them to maintain services that benefit adults and children in the community. It is my pleasure to have a part in a charity event like this. I can’t wait to see what skills my opponent brings to our match the night of the Main Event,” said Michael.

Michael resides in Locust Valley and has three children.

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