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Guillermo Jones Begins Managing Other Fighters

Current WBA cruiserweight champion, Guillermo Jones (38-3-2) will add a new facet to his boxing career, now as a boxing manager in his native Panama. Jones, who currently prepares for his mandatory defense against Denis Lebedev on October 27th in Russia, sent four contracts to get approved by the Panama Boxing Commission at its weekly meeting on Monday night.

Middleweight Robinson Elias Aragon, featherweight Lizcanio Doviama, super bantamweight Robinson De Jesus  Chambers and female minimumweight Keyra Graell, all scheduled to debut on August 22 in Panama City, will become the first group of fighters officially managed by "El Felino" Jones.

The Panamanian COMIBOX handed the four contracts to their legal advisory department to verify the terms and may announce their final approval at a special meeting set for next Tuesday.

COMIBOX also received, from the Amateur Boxing Federation, the four written authorizations to become proffessional fighters.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by JKidd2624 on 08-07-2012

Wonderful. The last thing we need is this "champ" instructing other fighters on how to avoid fights for years on end and then fight chumps. Hopefully Lebedev destroys him, if Jones even goes through with the fight.

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