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Roy Jones Jr. and BeIN Sports Ink Television Deal For Events

Las Vegas, NV - Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions and beIN SPORTS ink T.V deal for 2017 - 2018.  The one year deal will kick off on September 29th, in Dallas, TX when Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions showcases their stable. 

Nielsen Media Research reported that beIN SPORTS began their 2017 as the fastest growing cable network, regardless of language showing double digit percentage distribution increase year after year. With its global network of sports channels, owned and operated by beIN Media Group, beIN continues to be the #1 watched sports network on cable. 

"I was excited to hear that the promotions company secured the deal with beIN SPORTS," stated Roy Jones Jr. Co-Founder of Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions. "Having a network with so much growth is what will drive Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions to the next level.  I can't wait to work with beIN SPORTS to deliver the fans great fights."

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Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions and beiN SPORTS are scheduled to partner on  3 fights in 2017 and 10 fights in 2018, delivering nothing short of show stopping , heart pounding warriors showcasing their skill for fans all across the country.

"This is a partnership Roy and I are excited about," stated Keith Veltre, Co-Founder & CEO of Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions.  "Partnering up with the fastest growing network puts Roy Jones Jr. Boxing in a great position for growth.  Putting fights on live and on prime-time is exactly what will bring great exposure to our upcoming stars in boxing.  Starting in September, you will see championship boxing at its best." 

Kicking off in September, Roy Jones Jr Promotions will Co-Promote with Montoya Boxing to feature Texas locals, as well as Fort Worth favorite, John "The Phenom" Vera (17-0-0, 10KO's).  John Vera is just coming off is UD victory against Daniel Rosario Cruz (11-3-0, 10KO) to defend and maintain his WBA-NABA Super Welterweight Championship.  Along with Dallas favorites, Featherweight  Ray Ximenez (16-1-0), Cruiser weight Adrain "Montu-Ra" Taylor (3-0-0, 3KO) of Fort Worth, TX and Middleweight Joey Alday Jr.(5-0-0, 5KO) from Adessa, TX.

"Very excited to be co-promoting with Roy Jones Jr Promotions," stated Michael Montoya President of Montoya Boxing."We are  looking forward to great world class championship boxing."

Roy Jones Jr. Promotions and Montoya boxing will kick off the 2017 - 2018 season at Gilley's Dallas on September 29th. Ticket prices start at $30 for General Admission  $45, $70 and $100 Ringside.  The high impact showcase will start at 6 PM PCT / 8 PM CT / 9 PM EST and can be seen on channel 620 for DIRECT TV, channel 392 for DISH. Please check your carrier for more information.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Boxing42 on 08-22-2017

Roy jones David Haye and Mayweather all pretty much did the same thing they kept fighting on to invest more money in their promotional company unfortunately for Roy and Haye,floyd didn't take an L

Comment by Teetotaler on 08-22-2017

Hopefully he fights again

Comment by Devils Advocate on 08-22-2017

[QUOTE=War Mayweather;17969674]Good hopefully his promotional duties keep his ass busy and out of the ring![/QUOTE] We can only hope.

Comment by MasterPlan on 08-22-2017

Nice. Ive noticed Holyfield took his slot on CBS Sports Net.

Comment by Eff Pandas on 08-22-2017

Respect to RJJ. That seems like a nice lil TV deal for RJJ's outfit to work with.

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