Wall Street traders punch and kick each other—for charity

Boxing for charity

By day, hedge fund manager Pierre Andurand bets hundreds of millions of dollars on the price of oil and other commodities in a fiercely competitive trading market. By night, Andurand channels his aggressive streak into kickboxing and other martial arts.

Andurand's combative side was on display Wednesday night at "Fight for Education" in New York, which benefited charity Happy Hearts Fund. He beat Michael Tobin of commodities hedge fund firm Taylor Woods Capital Management in kickboxing via a technical knockout.

"I'm happy to support the charity—hopefully no one gets hurt!" Andurand told CNBC.com during cocktails before his match, while still wearing a suit.