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DRL Promotions Inks John “Action” Jackson

By Keith Terceira
 
Undefeated prospect John “Action” Jackson (6-0, 6 kos) has signed a promotional deal with DRL Promotions. Jackson is coming off his first televised bout last night on ESPN with a second round KO of Jeff Farmer.
 
DRL Promotions based out of Scottsdale, Arizona and headed by Roberto Duran, Dan Weiss, and Luis DeCubas has a major league stable that includes Joel Casamayor, Undefeated Julio “Baby Face”  Garcia, Yukeno Andino, and now John “Action” Jackson.
 
“We are in Heaven” reported Jackson’s manager  Armando Fernandez “ We are very happy to deal with such a company that is as classy as DRL. It’s all good. We are pleased with the way we have been treated and are happy to make Arizona our home to train for big fights to come”.
 
“John is one of the most popular kids around and we are happy to have him as part of our stable” commented Luis DeCubas Jr.” With Jorge Rubio, Armando Fernandez, and Roger Bloodworth all working together John can only get better. Everything went great with our show last night and the world got to see the quality of DRL fighters.”

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