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Anthony Ogogo Inks Endorsement Deal With Nike

British prospect Anthony Ogogo has signed with Nike. The Olympic medalist, who is currently undefeated as a professional boxer since he signed with Golden Boy Promotions last year, has spoken of his pride at joining the brand.

Ogogo said: ”It is an honor for me to sign with Nike and I am very proud to do so. They are the elite sports brand and are the best of the best – which mirrors everything that I hope to achieve in my career.

"Their products, apparel and training gear is unrivaled and I cannot wait to be wearing the famous Nike swoosh on my shorts every time I step inside of the ring. This is an exciting time for both me and British boxing as a whole and I’m very excited to begin working alongside Nike.”

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by NEETzsche on 02-12-2014

[QUOTE=D-MiZe;14230239]I'm perplexed as to why Nike are offering endorsements and Golden Boy have signed a fighter who hasn't shown that much promise. It's a shame, I really would like to see GBP take on more British fighters but this will…

Comment by D-MiZe on 02-12-2014

I'm perplexed as to why Nike are offering endorsements and Golden Boy have signed a fighter who hasn't shown that much promise. It's a shame, I really would like to see GBP take on more British fighters but this will…

Comment by MBE on 02-12-2014

[QUOTE=Ogiguoh;14229734]He's gonna be on British subway commercials and people will actually know who he is[/QUOTE] I saw an interview where an uninformed member of the public asked David Haye "can the subway guy box in real life?" haha

Comment by Hougigo on 02-12-2014

[QUOTE=HeroBando;14229719]This guy is gonna put Mike Lee out of business[/QUOTE] He's gonna be on British subway commercials and people will actually know who he is

Comment by Cuban Linx on 02-12-2014

[quote=herobando;14229719]this guy is gonna put mike lee out of business[/quote] lmfao[color="white"]..................[/color]

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