Probellum is thrilled to announce the promotional signing of Australian amateur sensation Jason Mallia – ahead of his upcoming professional debut.
Mallia has operated as one of Australia’s best amateur fighters in recent times, becoming a five-time national champion, and a nine-time state champion.
The talented welterweight has competed in some of the biggest tournaments around the world, and with over 100 amateur bouts under his belt, brings a vast amount of experience into the paid ranks.
Mallia’s professional debut is set to take place next month, when he fights in his hometown on the Probellum and Team Ellis Boxing co-promotion event at The Melbourne Pavilion on Saturday 11 December.
The card also features some of the best talent that Australia has to offer, including Ray Dimachki, Jesse White, Mitchell Leek and more.
Mallia is the latest name to sign with Probellum, joining Regis Prograis, Nonito Donaire, Badou Jack, Donnie Nietes, Eimantas Stanionis, Arthur Biyarslanov, Taras Shelestyuk, Ricky Burns, Paul Butler, Lewis Ritson, Hovhannes Bachkov, Darius Fulghum, Eduardo Hernandez, Mark Dickinson and Brandon Moore.
Probellum has also secured co-promotional agreements with Wasserman Boxing, Universum in Germany, Groupe Yvon Michel in Canada, Maravillabox Promotions in Spain, Kynoch Boxing in Scotland, LNK Boxing in Latvia, Titov Boxing in Russia, Glozier Boxing in New Zealand, Cuadrilatero Boxing in Colombia, Shuan Boxing Promotions in the Dominican Republic, Bufalo Boxing in Nicaragua, Team Ellis Boxing in Australia, Moron Boxing in Venezuela, Armin Tan Promotions in Indonesia, and Box Office Sports in Ghana.
“I’m very excited to sign with Probellum. I see great opportunities with this new company and with greater opportunities come bigger rewards,” said Mallia.
“I just want to fight and fulfil my full potential on the big stage, and I believe I can do that with the best team behind me.”
“We are very pleased to welcome Jason Mallia to the team ahead of his professional debut,” said Richard Schaefer, President of Probellum. “He has what it takes to go all the way in his career, and he’s certain to provide some huge nights for boxing in Australia for many years to come.”