Boxing 360 Wins Arbitration Hearing
Press Release / June 9, 2011 - 10:37am
NEW YORK – Boxing 360 has won an arbitration hearing involving Chicago-based pro boxers David Estrada and Angel Hernandez, as well as their manager, Wasfi Tolaymat.
The American Arbitration Association in the City of New York found in favor of Boxing 360 as Estrada and Hernandez' promoters, valid through February 15, 2013, as well as denying the aforementioned boxers' claims for injunctive relief.
"They're still under contract with Boxing 360," Boxing 360 Founder/CEO Mario Yagobi said. "My main goal was to show them and, as a relatively new boxing promoter, everybody in boxing that fighters can't pull that stuff with Boxing 360. We proved that Boxing 360 will fight for what it believes in.
"I'd like to thank our lawyer, Attorney Pat English, for doing a wonderful job in such a professional manner, as well as Bob Duffy (Boxing 360 Director of Boxing) for all of the hard work he put into this case."
Members of Boxing 360's stable include USBA heavyweight champion Maurice "Sugar Moe" Harris, WBC #3 super bantamweight Leon "Hurry Up" Moore, former IBF super middleweight champion Alejandro "Naco" Berrio, WBC Caribbean & NY State super middleweight champion Lennox "2 Sharpe" Allen, NY State champion welterweight Danny Sostre, Dominican lightweight champion Eudy "AK47" Bernardo, KO king Tyrone Brunson, Nick "Hands of Gold" Casal, Amanda "The Real Deal" Serrano, middleweight prospect DonYil Livingston, Joshua "The Juice" Harris, Emad Ali, Mike Mollo, "King" David Estrada and Angel "Toro" Hernandez.
Go to www.Boxing360.com for more information about Boxing 360 or any of its other fighters.