A new promoter is coming into boxing hard. It has been brewing for months, but at the end of September it began to appear on social networks and since the beginning of October it has not ceased to announce signatures or strategic alliances. Propylum looks good. You should demonstrate this with event organization and continuity, but key points are desirable. Richard Schaefer, Who was the CEO of Golden Boy in its early days is the leader of this project. He surrounded himself with experienced people, because his main support are Harrison Whitman, a consultant for five years at Top Rank, and Eric Winter The former director (in relation to the media) of the UFC and Yahoo Sports.
The main attraction of Probellum is that it claims to make a very world class product. “We will be organizing our own events, but we don’t mind being involved in the promotion. We want to make sure the fights this sport needs happen. We want to work with all of our promoters and coaches. We focus on strengthening and upgrading recently neglected markets. Boxing is a global sport and this is a global companySchaefer noted in an interview on ESPN, as he revealed it They expect to have 100 events in their first year and that between 80 and 90% of shows will be outside the US. In addition, they will create a platform to showcase and promote their products worldwide (similar to UFC with Fight Pass).
The words, so far, did not stop there. They have announced partnerships with many promoters around the world. In Spain, for example, they reached an agreement with Maravillabox. But not only from these alliances will they live. They have contracted boxers, highlighting world champion Nonito Doner and former world champions Regis Prograis and Badou Jack o Ricky Burns. They also announced their first big event. It will be on December 11th in Dubai or the UK. This show will conclude, after winning the auction, with a defense of the WBO World Cup Rooster John Reel Casemiro, who will face Paul Butler.
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