Mayweather Promotions

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Mayweather Promotions, LLC is a boxing promotional firm founded in 2007 by five-division world and twelve-time world champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr.,[1] after exercising a provision in his contract with Bob Arum and Top Rank that allowed him to become a free agent for the price of $750,000.[2] Al Haymon has been an advisor of Mayweather since then.[3][4] Mayweather Promotions also promotes forms of live entertainment, including sporting events, live musical and theatrical events, and film and television productions. Mayweather Promotions mainly co-promotes with Golden Boy Promotions. Leonard Ellerbe is the CEO.

Current boxers[edit]

Name Weight Class Year
United Kingdom Viddal Riley Cruiserweight 2018
United States Angelo Leo Featherweight 2017
Peru Carlos Zambrano Featherweight 2017
Uganda Sharif Bogere Lightweight 2016
United States Saul Rodriguez Lightweight 2016
Puerto Rico Josue Vargas Welterweight 2016
United States Gervonta Davis Super Featherweight 2015 WBA Super World Super Featherweight Champion
United States Chris Pearson Light Middleweight 2015
United States Latondria Jones Junior Middleweight 2015
Uzbekistan Sanjarbek Rakhmanov Junior Welterweight 2015
United States Alexis Santiago Super Bantamweight 2015
United States Juan Heraldez Junior Welterweight 2014
United States Ladarius Miller Welterweight 2014
United States Kevin Newmann II Super Middleweight 2014
Romania Ronald Gavril Super Middleweight 2013
United States Andrew Tabiti Cruiserweight 2013
United Kingdom Ashley Theophane Light Welterweight 2013
United States Mickey Bey, Jr. Lightweight 2013
United States Lanell Bellows Super Middleweight 2014
Sweden Badou Jack Super Middleweight 2012
United States Ishe Smith Light Middleweight 2012
United States J'Leon Love Super Middleweight 2012

Former boxers[edit]

Name Weight Class Years
United States Jessie Vargas Welterweight 2008—2012
United States Deandre Latimore Light Middleweight 2011—2012
United States Luís Arias Middleweight 2012—2014


See also[edit]


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  3. ^ Behind the Scenes, Haymon Is Shaking Up the Fight Game - Greg Bishop, The New York Times, 17 December 2011
  4. ^ "What we know about Al Haymon: Part 2". The Ring Magazine.

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