Ringstar Boxing founder and CEO Scott Farrell is happy to welcome the reigning International Boxing Organization World Super Bantamweight Champion Paulus “The Rock” Ambunda, 38, of Namibia. With a professional boxing record of 27 wins and 2 losses, the Namibian boxer is a three-time IBO world champion and is a former World Boxing Organization World Bantamweight Champion.
“I will be taking Paulus to bigger fights and he will once again shock the world,” Farrell declared. “Mark my words.”
On September 29, 2018, Ambunda defeated reigning IBO Intercontinental Featherweight Champion Muhamad “The Chosen Wan” Ridhwan, 30, of Singapore at the “Roar of Singapore V: The Kings of Lion City” at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. It was the first ever loss of the Singaporean boxer.
“I am very excited to welcome Paulus ‘The Rock’ Ambunda to Ringstar management,” Farrell said. “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.”
Ringstar Boxing has been increasing in popularity throughout Asia with shows broadcast worldwide via international broadcast partners. Recent TV ratings on its ESPN TV5 debut saw the promotion take first place in reach by over one million viewers more than the event headlined by reigning International Boxing Federation World Super Flyweight Champion Jerwin “Pretty Boy” Ancajas, 26, of the Philippines and his challenger Alejandro “Peque” Santiago, 22, of Mexico.
In 2019, Ringstar Boxing will also promote four shows in various South East Asian cities. Farrell announced, “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.”
Ambunda will be joining other world-class boxers managed and promoted by Ringstar Boxing. Among them are Ridhwan, IBO World Bantamweight Champion Michael “Gloves on Fire” Dasmarinas, 26, o of the Philippines, IBO Asia Champion Nort Beauchamp, 33, of Thailand and New Zealand, IBO Oceania Welterweight champion Keng “The Mean Machine” Fai, 23, of Malaysia, World Boxing Council Asia Continental Light Heavyweight Champion Muhammad “Miracle Mirage Khan” Meeraj, 28, of Malaysia and Cairo “The Waikato Warrior” George, 28, of New Zealand.
Meanwhile, here is a clip featuring Farrell and two Ringstar Boxing boxers:
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