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IBO champ Paulus Ambunda signs with Ringstar Boxing management

Paulus Ambunda

Paulus Ambunda

Three-time International Boxing Organization world champion Paulus “The Rock” Ambunda, 38, of Namibia has joined Ringstar Boxing’s roster of boxers. This was officially announced by the company’s founder and CEO Scott Patrick Farrell.

“I am happy to sign with Ringstar management,” Ambunda stated. “And I look forward to my upcoming fights, under the Ringstar banner.”

On September 29, 2018, Ambunda defeated reigning IBO Intercontinental Featherweight Champion Muhamad “The Chosen Wan” Ridhwan, 30, of Singapore for the IBO World Super Bantamweight title at “Roar of Singapore V: The Kings of Lion City” at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. This improved the professional boxing record of the Namibian boxer to 27 wins and 2 losses.

With a broadcast footprint of over one billion potential viewers in over 60 countries, Ringstar Boxing aims to position itself as a leading boxing sports media property. Featuring highly acclaimed boxers from around the world, the company has a mission is to promote and foster sportsmanship between fighters.

Ringstar Boxing’s recent campaign has been shortlisted for the Best Integrated Marketing Campaign for a Sports Event category at the prestigious Sports Industry Awards (SPIA) Asia, which recognizes the best work in the sports industry across 47 countries. The company has achieved a global audience through a combination of the vision and the genuine matchmaking skills of its founder and CEO.

“As CEO, the most important assets of this business are my team, fighters, shareholders and the fans,” Farrell stated. “They are the people I want to see rewarded every time we promote a show.”

Founded in 2016, Ringstar Boxing is now the number one boxing sports media property in Asia. It has now reached an overwhelming broadcast footprint of over a potential billion viewers across the globe plus broadcast partners that include FIGHT SPORTS, ESPN TV5 Philippines, MediaCorp Okto, Astro Malaysia and FTA channel for delayed broadcast.

Meanwhile, here is a clip featuring Farrell and two Ringstar Boxing boxers:

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