Looking for Boxing Manager

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by supermigsgon, Jun 25, 2020.


  1. supermigsgon

    supermigsgon New Member Full Member

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    Looking for a boxing manager to get me regular fights in the US now that quarantine is lifting, in Las Vegas. Willing to fight anybody to further my opportunities.

    6ft 3 130lbs on weight 24 yrs from Mexico. Have been training to go pro for 4 years. No official amateur experience.

    Routine: 3miles. 40rds 30sec rest and S&C every day.

    Any advice would be appreciated.
     
  2. mirkofilipovic

    mirkofilipovic ESB Management Full Member

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    Pakkuman Boxing Addict Full Member

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    @mark ant

    You can train him with YouTube videos.
     
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    mirkofilipovic ESB Management Full Member

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    :risas3:
     
  5. ecto55

    ecto55 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Interestingly, many non-boxing managers who come into the sport fresh but with good, sensible business acumen make the best boxing managers....because they wont sell their fighter out for favours (i.e. over matching them) when they start to slip for something down the line.

    They also can have a more modern way of operating, proper written contracts, none of the amateur guess work, handshake ****...have a look into the Vic Darchinyian mis-managment, especially re the Donaire fight.

    Honesty goes a long way, unfortunately some of the 'boxing' manager's tend to work for themselves or their own management stable once they get going.

    Kostya Tszyu's professional manager Vlad Wharton was a used car yard dealer / manager, he was able to work pay TV deals in Aust / USA, arrange stadium fights etc. The trick was he stayed in his lane, until the relationship deteriorated.

    Some of the more 'established' boxing managers just use new fighters as meat chess pieces in a much longer game than the fighter's career. The fighter's often never knew what the go was until his career is over and he recognizes the pattern too late.
     
  6. greynotsoold

    greynotsoold Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Do you know any boxing managers?
     
  7. Fat_asian

    Fat_asian Member Full Member

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    Hey maybe Canada may be a new hotbed for boxers as they seem to be. Try to get a hold of the coach "Russ amber" he knows everything about the biz in Canada.

    Lots of people come to Montreal and have a great career: we've seen Pascal, Bute, Lucas, amongst others. Russ is also part of lomas team and he used to be an analyst in tv in Canada.

    He's a very proactive guy, very positive, willing to work with those who work hard and have a talent.
     
  8. ecto55

    ecto55 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Ta.
     
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    greynotsoold Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The trainer/manager/promoter line has historically been blurry here as well. The laws against it are generally ignored.
     
  10. supermigsgon

    supermigsgon New Member Full Member

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    do you think a manager from a different state would counterproductive?
     


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