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Simeon Hardy Inks a Promotional Pact With Banner

PHILADELPHIA - Arthur Pelullo’s Banner Promotions is pleased to announce the signing of undefeated welterweight Simeon Hardy to an exclusive promotional contract.
 
Hardy of Brooklyn, New York via Guyana, has a perfect mark of 10-0 with 7 knockouts and he holds two wins over two-time world title challenger and fellow Guyana native Howard Eastman.
 
At just 26 years old and to have those wins over Eastman gives Hardy the confidence that big things are ahead.
 
“The fights with Eastman where a lifetime experience,”Said Hardy.  “I took both of them on short notice and I was ready to go.  I fight to win rounds and learned so much from fighting him.”
 
Hardy knows that signing with Banner Promotions will accelerate his career.
 
“I been in the United States for one year.  It means a lot to me to sign with Banner Promotions.  I had two fights cancelled and I know that being with Banner that won’t happen.  I know i will fit right in as they are pushing hungry fighters to be champions.”
 
Hardy is managed by Ken Whipple of KO Management and is trained by Colin Morgan.
 
“I have one son and he is my motivation.  I love what I do and boxing is my everything.”, finished Hardy.

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