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Boxing Promoters Assn. formed!

More than thirty of the United States top promoters met at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City today to discuss the current state of boxing and the need to establish a unified boxing promoters association. After an all day meeting the promoters unanimously formed a trade association. The organizational structure and name will be released after the next meeting in September. Those in attendance included: Alfredo Marchio, Aaron Jacobs, Banner Promotions, Classic Entertainment & Sports, DiBella Entertainment, Don Chargin Productions, Don King Productions, Fight Factory, Gary Shaw Productions, Golden Boy Promotions, Goosen-Tutor Promotions, Gotham Boxing, Hirsch-Borao Promotions, Hitz Boxing, KEA Boxing Promotions, Let’s Get It On Promotions, Main Events, Maryland Boxing Club, Mike Acri Promotions, One Punch Productions, Peltz Boxing, Ring Promotions, Roy Englebrecht Events, Seminole Warriors Boxing, Star Boxing, Square Ring, Thompson Boxing, TKO Boxing Promotions, Top Rank and Xcel Worldwide.

The following document was released:


When in the course of events it becomes necessary for a business to unite and collectively correct the ills and pursue the common good for the benefit of an industry and sport that requires the individual parts to connect and become a greater whole. We hold this to be self-evident and agree to the formation of this association for the duly licensed boxing promoters in the United States of America.

We the Promoters of the United States of America… in order to establish an association… protect our rights and promote the well being of the sport of boxing do hereby establish the Boxing Promoters Association. The purpose of this Association shall be to foster and protect the business interests of the members and the well being of the sport as an industry and in general.

New York City, July 20, 2009


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