PRINCE RANCH BOXING
For Immediate Release
RICHARD “EL CASTIGO” MEDINA
Signs with Prince Ranch Boxing and TMB & PRB Entertainment
SAN ANTONIO, TX (July 32, 2018) – Prince Ranch Boxing and TMB & PRB Entertainment are happy to announce the signing of amateur standout, Richard “El Castigo” Medina, a 5-Time National Champion from San Antonio, TX. Medina will be making his debut on September 8, 2018 at the Scottish Rite Theater in San Antonio, Texas.
Medina, who will campaign at featherweight (126 lbs.), had a decorated amateur career with an impressive record of (100W-13L). Medina signed a management agreement with Prince Ranch Boxing as well as signed to TMB & PRB Entertainment, who will promote his future fights.
“I am very excited for this next chapter of my career,” said Richard Medina. “I believe with hard work, I will be a world champion as a professional. I feel I have a world-class management and promotional team behind me, to help this dream of becoming a world champion come true. I am lucky to have a manager and a promoter, this is something a lot of young fighters don’t have, and I do. I’m going to work hard and focus on my boxing career 24/7”
“Richard Medina is a terrific fighter with a lot of talent,” said President of Prince Ranch Boxing, Greg Hannley, who was ecstatic about signing the highly touted amateur. “It’s hard to find fighters who have multiple national championships, let alone five. Medina is a special fighter who has the tools to do great things. We’re excited about what the future will hold for him as well as Prince Ranch Boxing.”
“We are excited to promote Medina as he has a fan-friendly style, a great amateur background, and the talent to go far in the sport of boxing,” said promoter Alex Draghici of TMB & PRB Entertainment. “It will be a privilege to promote Medina’s first fight, right here in his hometown of San Antonio.”
As for Medina, he is focused on his upcoming bout and nothing else, as he gets ready to make his pro debut on September 8th.
“I am focused solely on my professional debut,” Medina continued. “I have a lot of opportunities in boxing, but they all go away if I lose, and I can’t let that happen. I am training extremely with victory on my mind to make my pro debut a memorable performance.”
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Publicist – Prince Ranch Boxing