Probellum can today announce its latest co-promotional agreement; partnering with Colombia’s Cuadrilatero SAS.
Cuadrilatero SAS have promoted events in Colombia for nearly a decade, becoming a key part of the growth and success of boxing in the country.
Their latest event is scheduled to take place this Friday, with a number of title fights featuring some of the very best up-and-coming Colombian fighters set for the card.
The majority of their shows take place in Barranquilla, the capital of Colombia’s Atlántico Department, with huge crowds full of passionate fans in attendance to show their support.
Colombia has been the birthplace of some of the best boxers that have graced the sport in the past 20 years, including Eleider Alvarez, Oscar Rivas, Samuel Vargas and Juan Urango, and following the partnership between Probellum and Cuadrilatero SAS, even more talented fighters will be discovered due to the attention that will now be given to grassroots boxing in Colombia.
It is the latest co-promotional agreement that Probellum has signed with some of the leading promoters in the sport, having already partnered with Wasserman Boxing, Universum in Germany, Groupe Yvon Michel in Canada, Maravillabox Promotions in Spain, Kynoch Boxing in Scotland, LNK Boxing in Latvia, Glozier Boxing in New Zealand, Shuan Boxing Promotions in the Dominican Republic, Bufalo Boxing in Nicaragua, Team Ellis Boxing in Australia, Armin Tan Promotions in Indonesia, and Box Office Sports in Ghana.
“The time has come. This is a lifetime opportunity for all the rising stars from Colombia and Latin America, who needed a spotlight to finally show the world their massive talent,” said Sergio Chams.
“South America has always been a hotbed for boxing, and we’re delighted to enter the country of Colombia with this co-promotional agreement with Cuadrilatero SAS,” said Richard Schaefer, President of Probellum.
“Our global vision with Probellum means we want to work with promoters in markets that may not usually have the resources they need. This partnership means we can throw our support behind Colombian boxing, and help to develop the stars of tomorrow.”