MANILA, Philippines — Nonito Donaire has endorsed Probellum, a boxing advancement headed by previous Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer.
Probellum, which authoritatively dispatched last month, made the declaration Tuesday. The office didn’t reveal the particulars of the arrangement.
“Richard Schaefer has consistently been a ‘contender’s first’ advertiser,” said Nonito Donaire.”I am persuaded that with his vision, initiative abilities and enthusiasm for the fighters, he will raise the game and above all keep on enabling warriors. I’m pleased to be important for Team Probellum and proceed with my relationship and fellowship with Richard.”
“In my beyond 14 years in dynamic boxing, I have never realized an individual like Richard,” said Rachel Donaire, Nonito’s supervisor and spouse. “For quite a long time, he made his name as the person who remained by the warriors.
Nonito Donaire (41-6, 27KOs), is one of the most refined warriors in his time having won world titles in four distinct divisions.
At 38 years of age, he turned into the most established bantamweight best on the planet after he took out Frenchman Nordine Oubaali last May to win the WBC title.
“Nonito and Rachel Donaire are not simply the best a couple or contender and mentor group in enclosing today yet assuredly the historical backdrop of the game,” said Schaefer, who was in charge of Golden Boy Promotions for quite some time.
“Nonito is perhaps the best fighter in boxing. A future Hall of Famer and four-division and nine-time best on the planet, however, it isn’t only his ability in the ring yet his character, magnetism, and qualities outside of the ring which makes him the boss and good example he is.”
Schaefer has stupendous designs for Donaire, whose first battle under Probellum is relied upon to be reported soon.
“I’m lucky to consider him my companion. It’s a joy & honor for me to have him join Probellum and I can hardly wait to assist him with bringing together the bantamweight division and vanquish a lot more world titles.”
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