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The Celebrity Fight Night Foundation has announced that former MVP and current NFL Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl quarterback Kurt Warner will be honored with the Muhammad Ali Sports Leadership Award at the 15th annual Celebrity Fight Night gala in March.

The event will take place on Saturday, March 28, at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in Phoenix, Arizona, and will be hosted by Reba McEntire with entertainment from Jon Bon Jovi. Olympian Michael Phelps will be presented with the Muhammad Ali Sports Achievement Award.

“We are thrilled to recognize Kurt Warner with this award given his outstanding accomplishments over the years and his veteran leadership,” said Jimmy Walker, Founder and Chairman of Celebrity Fight Night. “We wish Kurt Warner and the Cardinals the best of luck in the playoffs!”

Founded in 1994, the foundation raises funds through this annual charity event. Recognized as one of the nation’s elite charity events, Celebrity Fight Night is a star-studded evening presented in honor of Muhammad Ali. Celebrities and professional athletes from all over the country participate in a night filled with incredible Live Auction items and live musical performances by many of today’s brightest stars. Over $52 million has been raised over the last 14 years, with the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at Barrow Neurological Institute as the primary beneficiary.

Individual tickets range from $1,500 to $5,000 each, and can be purchased here.

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