18-year-old undefeated featherweight sensation, Demler “War Machine” Zamora III (4-0, 3 KOs), better known as “DJ”, has signed a management agreement with renowned boxing manager, Bob Santos.

Zamora, who is a native of Las Vegas, NV, trains out of the Pound-4-Pound Boxing gym with his father Demler Sr. Last night, family and close friends gathered for the signing that took place at an elegant restaurant in Las Vegas. 

“It feels good to know I’ll be represented by an experienced manager like Bob Santos, who has been in the boxing business for over 25 years,” said Zamora, who signed the multi-year deal yesterday on his birthday. “I feel I have the best team in boxing with my dad guiding the corner as my trainer, and Santos doing all the negotiating.”

“We sought out the best managers in the sport and Bob Santos proved to be the most loyal and credible person to unite with,” said Demler Sr. “He’s been involved with some of the most notable world champions in boxing, and we are extremely happy that he’ll be managing the career of my son.”

Santos, who guided Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero to a multi-million-dollar fight with Floyd “Money” Mayweather, is ecstatic about signing the exceptionally talented young lion, Zamora.  

“Talented fighters like DJ, are very rare, and only come around once in a lifetime,” said Bob Santos, who led Guerrero to the pinnacle of the boxing world. “I have big plans for this kid, and I believe with hard work, he will become one of the greats.  He comes from a great family and possesses all the elements to become a world champion.  Zamora has great speed, power, work ethic, and tenacity, all the features I look for when I sign a fighter.”

Santos, who works closely with Premier Boxing Champions (PBC), will be looking to showcase Zamora on the televised platform in the coming months. Zamora, a southpaw who stands at 5’10, is excited that he’ll be making his PBC debut soon.

“I’m so grateful that I’ll be able to showcase my talent on a global stage,” continued Zamora. “I bring excitement to the ring with my style, and I like to throw a lot of power shots, that makes for great action on television. The PBC is the number one boxing organization in the world, and I can’t wait to show everyone what I’m made of.”

Back in 2019, Zamora made his professional debut in Tijuana, MX, when he was just 16 years old. He trained with Roger Mayweather as an amateur and won numerous tournaments, both nationally, and internationally.  He’s known by the Mayweather’s as the Blackapino, because of his Filipino and African American decent.