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Mosley relocating to Las Vegas to ramp up promotional company

By Ryan Burton

Future first ballot Hall of Fame inductee "Sugar" Shane Mosley has advised BoxingScene.com that he is moving to Las Vegas to focus on his promotional company,  GoBox Promotions.

Mosley has put on cards featuring himself and his son Shane Mosley Jr. along with some of his recently signed talent.  He stopped former champion Ricardo Mayorga in his first bout under his own promotional banner at The Forum in Inglewood, California    in August, 2015.

The Pomona, California native feels that relocating to Sin City where he has owned a home for several years will help him take his promotional company to the next level.

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"I've decided to move to Vegas, the fight capital of the world to help take GoBox to the next level. We have a growing stable of fighters that will help the company expand," Mosley told BoxingScene.com.

Mosley, whose career has spanned over two decades and includes victories over Oscar De La Hoya and Fernando Vargas, also said to expect further announcements in regards to his company in the near future.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by killakali on 04-12-2017

[QUOTE=filup79;17586613]Arum really screwed Mosely over. Mosely was part of GB and had to give that up just to fight Manny. I guess in the end, was it really worth to Mosely to give in to Arum's demands[/QUOTE] that was the…

Comment by filup79 on 04-12-2017

Arum really screwed Mosely over. Mosely was part of GB and had to give that up just to fight Manny. I guess in the end, was it really worth to Mosely to give in to Arum's demands

Comment by BigStomps on 04-12-2017

Too many fvcking promotion companies as it is? Every fvcking Boxer wants to be a fvcking promoter these days!

Comment by khal-d on 04-12-2017

How you gonna have an article talking about the up-and-coming fighters Mosley is signing and not mention one name?

Comment by Mr. Luthor on 04-12-2017

Real question is why would any promising boxer put career in the hands of Sugar Shane Mosley?

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