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Albert Bell Inks Promotional Pact With Acquinity Sports

The top executives of Acquinity Sports, CEO Gary Jonas and Henry Rivalta; continue to add talent their his roster. On Wednesday they signed hot prospect Albert "Prince" Bell, 20 years old and 6’ 1”. Bell had a successful amateur boxing career with more than 160 fights. Albert Bell’s managers, Francisco Cantúa Sr. and his son Venky Cantúa, along with Bell's father and coach Mr. Edward Bell, visited the Acquinity Sports offices in Deerfield Beach, Florida. to sign the contract that will link Albert Bell to the most successful promotional company of the Florida State.

 

"We are very happy to be here with Mr. Jonas and Mr. Rivalta and join the team of Acquinity. I know I have to work hard, but we're sure it was the best decision to come to Florida and join Acquinity Sports," said 'Prince' Bell.

"This opportunity to work with Mr. Rivalta and Mr. Jonas is something that we appreciate and know that together we will develop a great talent like Albert Bell. His amateur career was impressive and we know that in his professional debut the boxing fans, will appreciate all the talent this young man of just 20 years has” said Venky Cantúa.

"Bell will join a talented group of professional fighters like Hylon Williams, Domonique Dolton and Claudio Marrero, who we will build up from a group of young warriors to to actual greats sensations in the game. At Acquinity Sports, Mr. Gary Jonas and I, we work tirelessly to build a stable of fighters who will be in big fights in the coming years" said Rivalta.

Acquinity Sports has become in very short time, the most successful promoter company of the Florida State. With fighter like Joan Guzman, Argenis Mendez, Ed Paredes, Claudio Marrero, Juan Carlos Payano, Hylon Williams, Domonique Dolton, Isiah Thomas, Humberto Savigne, Yudel Jhonson, Lenin Castillo, Felix Diaz, Alexei Collado, Ahmed Elbiali, Robert Alfonso and Moises Flores.

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