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    MTK Global has announced that it has entered an advisory agreement with world champion Jamel Herring. The move will see MTK Global work with Herring's talented team, including manager Brian McIntyre, Marketing Director Jerry Casarez, and PR Rep Julie Goldsticker.
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    I like Herring as a person stand up guy and veteran but as a fighter he's shown he can be overwhelmed and I don't see him being champ very long at 130.

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    • #3
      Advisors will replace the Promoters eventually!

      Respects to Andre Rozier who is also now doing his Advisory thing with HAVOC and I think he working with MTK Global doing the Advisory/Management stuff now

      I don't blame him after that BS that Danny Jacobs pulled on him. Trainers and Managers can be fired at anytime so I guess "Advisory Deals" is the new way to kinda have some protection if you're a Manager and Trainer

      Tom Loeffler also doing some Advisory stuff as well
      Last edited by sicko; 09-12-2020, 04:26 PM.

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      • #4
        His Top Rank contract was up?
        Didn't know.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Kannabis Kid View Post
          I like Herring as a person stand up guy and veteran but as a fighter he's shown he can be overwhelmed and I don't see him being champ very long at 130.
          Hes a solid fighter and a great person. He overachieved. And more respect to him for it. But you may be right about his longevity. The match up with Frampton is interesting. If he goes on to beat him I wonder if he goes after a fight vs the winner of Berchelt- Valdez.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Kannabis Kid View Post
            I like Herring as a person stand up guy and veteran but as a fighter he's shown he can be overwhelmed and I don't see him being champ very long at 130.
            Co-sign on this one. I will always support my fellow Veterans but i agree 100% with your assessment.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by sicko View Post
              Advisors will replace the Promoters eventually!

              Respects to Andre Rozier who is also now doing his Advisory thing with HAVOC and I think he working with MTK Global doing the Advisory/Management stuff now

              I don't blame him after that BS that Danny Jacobs pulled on him. Trainers and Managers can be fired at anytime so I guess "Advisory Deals" is the new way to kinda have some protection if you're a Manager and Trainer

              Tom Loeffler also doing some Advisory stuff as well
              Promoters will indeed be a thing of the past in American boxing in the very near future. DLH is going to fade very fast, Arum will pass on to the next life soon, Al Haymon and MTK have established the concept of actually working for the fighter with the fighter being his own boss and getting more of the fight purse.
              Promoters as we know them need to die off

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              • #8
                Originally posted by bulldognyc View Post
                Hes a solid fighter and a great person. He overachieved. And more respect to him for it. But you may be right about his longevity. The match up with Frampton is interesting. If he goes on to beat him I wonder if he goes after a fight vs the winner of Berchelt- Valdez.
                I think he might hit his ceiling pretty soon. He had to drop down in weight when he first got the TR and it did wonders for him. Back if he goes back up a division I dont see the success hes had following him.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by bulldognyc View Post
                  Hes a solid fighter and a great person. He overachieved. And more respect to him for it. But you may be right about his longevity. The match up with Frampton is interesting. If he goes on to beat him I wonder if he goes after a fight vs the winner of Berchelt- Valdez.
                  I honestly think he beats Frampton quite easily he's got the size and range to box him if Santa Cruz can so can Herring I just don't see him beating Berchelt all respect to him like I said he's a stand up guy and you can't really hate on him I know he posts here and if he sees my post I don't mean any disrespect just my opinion as a boxing fan I hope he beats Carl and makes some good money tho and him and Diaz would be a good one as well.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by MasterPlan View Post
                    His Top Rank contract was up?
                    Didn't know.
                    Let's hope so.

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