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White Collar Brawlers

White Collar Brawlers

Photo Credit:  Walter Looss / Esquire Network
  • Premiered: 
    November 19, 2013
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  • Network: Esquire
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Subject Matter: Sports
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Plot Synopsis

WHITE COLLAR BRAWLERS is a one-hour reality series that follows pairs of white-collar coworkers, who settle their differences in the ring after training with boxing coaches for six weeks. Dueling colleagues train with some of the best amateur boxing coaches in the country at the famed Gleason's Gym in Brooklyn, NY and the 3rd Ave. Gym in Pittsburgh, PA, where they transform their bodies, mind and spirit, while balancing their personal lives, internal struggles, and training regimen. Then, each pair meets in the ring for three rounds to settle their disputes. Each 60-minute episode follows the journey of a different duo, including: financial planners Andrew Devine and Ryan Sainsott, who used to be roommates, but a legal dispute over thousands of dollars left them bitter rivals; finance project managers Allen Lu and Paul Matthews, who have continuously stepped on each other's heels on the corporate ladder; junior commodity brokers Paul Civitano and Shayne Jardine, whose different personalities -- Paul is driven and obnoxious, Shayne is laid back and quietly confident -- clash in the workplace; IT recruiters Geoff Morgan and Corey Walker, whose beef started during training when Geoff thought Corey was patronizing him and actively stealing his clients; IT engineers Sajjad Bacchus and Anthony Hartzog, who are best friends without issue, but they still have the same goal -- to punch the other in the face and still be friends; and Kyle Stewart and Cameron McDowell, who work the counter of a commission-based car rental company, where Cameron has accused Kyle of stealing his customers. Esquire Network premiered the second season of WHITE COLLAR BRAWLERS on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 10pm ET/PT, as 11 pairs of co-workers trained at Gleason's Gym in Brooklyn. Season 2 features fights between: Chauncey Tanton and Charles Cooper, two upper-crust Rhode Island playboys, who take their beef to NYC after one hits on the other's sister; Eric Malinowski and Jonathan Kowalski, two former frat brothers looking to settle two decades of differences; tattoo artist Chris Torres and his former co-worker Jon Boy Valena; Danielle McDowell and Brooke Daniels, who are part of the series' first all-female fight; and more.
On Tuesday, December 23, 2014 at 10pm ET/PT, Esquire premiered the Season 2 finale of WHITE COLLAR BRAWLERS. In the Season 2 ender, "Atomic Wedgie," Pablo challenges his former teammate Ethan to a fair fight, where the referee will be a trained professional instead of a drunken lacrosse player.

Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Authentic Entertainment


  • 3rd Avenue Boxing Gym (Season 1) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA - Map It!
  • Gleason's Gym (Seasons 1 & 2) - Brooklyn, New York USA - Map It!