Entering the ring, it was the blue verses red.
Local Firefighters took on local Police Officers.
The Guns and Hoses boxing is no doubt entertaining to watch, but there's a bigger reason for the smack down.
They fight for local charities: Jabbing for Jesus and Forgotten Child Fund.
"Some police officers actually seen some kids without Christmas on Christmas day so that's how forgotten child fund was started. Also Jabbing for Jesus which is a boxing program that works with underprivileged youth. It keeps them out of trouble, teaches them life skills so that's what this tonight is benefiting," said Lt. Robert Starnes of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department.
Many of the officers and firefighters train year round for the event, and it all comes down to the fifteen matches.
Lt. Robert Starnes has been in law enforcement for 30 years.
He says he's always proud when their newer officers take one for the team.
"It takes guts to get in the ring and they're doing it for charity but they're giving of themselves. They're public servants but they also give. And they're in there taking punches and giving punches for charity."
While both sides agree on the importance of the charities, they take a lot of pride in winning the belt for their department.
"We work together every day but also there's bragging rights. When you get into the ring it's not a pillow fight. Egos come into play and yo wanna win."
The firefighters won the title for the fourth year in a row.