Undefeated Middleweight Boxer Antonio Napolitano Signs Three Lions Promotions
Undefeated Middleweight Boxer Antonio Napolitano Signs Three Lions Promotions

Three Lions Promotions (TLP) is delighted to announce the signing of unbeaten middleweight Antonio Napolitano (5-0-0, 3KO) from Saint Catherine’s, Ontario.

Recently, Napolitano delighted fans in Niagara Falls, stopping compatriot Kenny Chery by knockout in the first round.

For amateur boxing fans, Napolitano’s success in the punch-for-pay ranks is no surprise.After all, the Ontario star narrowly missed a gold medal at the 2018 National Championships in Edmonton.

“We’ve been watching Antonio for a while,” said TLP general manager Dan Otter. “He almost won the national amateur championship on his first trip to the big tournament.

“It’s quite remarkable. He wants to get into professional boxing and we can’t wait to help him reach his goals. He is exceptionally skillful, as he showed against Chery. We are delighted to have it on board. “. It was a truly polite event.

Undefeated Middleweight Boxer Antonio Napolitano Signs Three Lions Promotions

“I loved every minute of it. Even better, they brought in a tough opponent, so I could really show off what I was working on. In addition, they organize shows near my fan base, which was important to me.

I know this new contract will help take my career to the next level. “
Information regarding the next competition for Antonio Napolitano will be published in the coming days.

Three Lions Promotions (TLP) is delighted to announce the signing of unbeaten middleweight Antonio Napolitano (5-0-0, 3KO) from Saint Catherine’s, Ontario.

Recently, Napolitano delighted fans in Niagara Falls, stopping compatriot Kenny Chery by knockout in the first round. For amateur boxing fans, Napolitano’s success in the punch-for-pay ranks is no surprise.

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After all, the Ontario star narrowly missed a gold medal at the 2018 National Championships in Edmonton.
“We’ve been watching Antonio for a while,” said TLP general manager Dan Otter. “He almost won the national amateur championship on his first trip to the big tournament.

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