In Summary

  • It is the First Boxing promotion and logistics hub in the region.
  • The Hub seeks to enhance professionalism in the African Boxing industry and set standards that will enable African Boxers to compete internationally.
  • The vision for Ultra Fight Series BXNG is to make Nairobi the Boxing Capital of Africa.

The Hub seeks to enhance Professionalism in the African Boxing industry

Ultra Fight Series BXNG Launches Offices in Nairobi. The First Boxing promotion and logistics hub in the region.

Nairobi, 16th April 2024…. Ultra Fight Series BXNG (UFS BXNG) launches their offices in Nairobi, setting the foundation for the first ever Boxing Promotions and logistics hub in the Region.

The Hub seeks to enhance professionalism in the African Boxing industry and set standards that will enable African Boxers to compete internationally.

With two major fights in the last year, attended by close to 1000 people, Ultra Fight Series BXNG has set the pace for the future of high-quality boxing in Kenya and Africa.

UFS BXNG is geared to host 4 fights every year featuring top national, regional and international caliber fighters.

With every fight, UFS BXNG seeks to provide high quality entertainment, exceptional standards and service and give the sport of boxing the platform it deserves.

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The vision for Ultra Fight Series BXNG is to make Nairobi the Boxing Capital of Africa. Inviting not only top talent and high-ranking belt events but creating a culture of greatness around the sport.

The Ultra Fight Series BXNG brand has in the past worked with Betika, Imani Flowers, Media Houses, and a host of private investors.

In launching the office, the brand is looking forward to formalizing the sponsorship of Boxing and enhancing the boxer profiles.

Ultra Fight Series BXNG is inviting sponsors to partner with them to grow the sport in the region and be a part of the next chapter in African Boxing History.

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‘Talent was never in question, there are very many talented fighters in Kenya and in Africa as a whole, the question is, what are we doing to grow these fighters and the sport in its entirety’ Says Maurice Odera CEO and Registered Promoter at Ultra Fight Series BXNG.

‘I want to create world class experiences that bring the continent to the forefront of the Boxing world.’

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