Fresh from his impressive showing, and IBO World Super Bantamweight win last September, at Marina Bay Sands, Namibian boxer Paulus “The Rock” Ambunda, (27-2-0), joins Ringstar Boxing’s impressive roster of boxers, under its management & promotion.
The three-time IBO world champion Ambunda, who was also a former WBO World Bantamweight champion, says, “I am happy to sign with Ringstar Management, and I look forward to my upcoming fights, under the Ringstar banner.”
Scott Farrell, Founder & CEO of Ringstar Boxing, which is now referred to by many as Asia’s number one boxing sports property, says, “I am very excited to welcome Paulus “The Rock” Ambunda, to Ringstar Management. He still has plenty to offer and he proved that on my last show at Marina Bay Sands on September 29th, when he once again claimed the IBO super bantamweight title. I will be taking Paulus to bigger fights and he will once again shock the world, mark my words.”
Ringstar has been increasing in popularity throughout Asia, with shows broadcast worldwide via international broadcast partners. Recent TV ratings on its ESPN TV5 debut, saw Ringstar boxing take first place in reach by over one million viewers more than world IBF Superfly Champion Ancajas vs Santiago. Come 2019, Ringstar Boxing will also promote four shows in various South East Asian cities. “We will be working closely with the WBC to promote only the best fights in Boxing, including a world title to be announced very soon,” Farrell added.
Ambunda will be joining other world-class boxers managed & promoted by Ringstar, such as IBO World Bantamweight champion Michael Dasmarinas, IBO Intercontinental Featherweight champion Muhamad Ridhwan, Thailand contender (by way of New Zealand) Nort Beauchamp IBO Asia Champion, IBO Oceania Welterweight champion Keng Fai, WBC Asia Continental Light Heavyweight Champion Mirage Khan, New Zealand boxing champion Cairo George, among others.
Ringstar’s recent campaign has also been shortlisted for the Best Integrated Marketing Campaign for a Sports Event category, at the prestigious SPIA Asia – Sports Industry Awards, which recognizes the best work in the sports industry, across 47 countries.