Chris Kongo and Jeamie ‘TKV’ sign promotional deals with BOXXER to appear on Sky Sports | Boxing News

Chris ‘2 Slick’ Kongo kicked off 2022 with a bang by announcing he has signed a multi-fight promotional deal with BOXXER as he aims to get back in contention for the world title this year.

The Bermondsey star is thrilled to join the burgeoning BOXXER stable and is now under new coach Ben Davison, who also leads undisputed super light world champion Josh Taylor among many other talents, as he plans a great year ahead.

Kongo all-action (12-1, 7 KOs) joins BOXXER alongside another exciting new signing, London heavyweight Jeamie ‘TKV’, who will also be coached by Davison.

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Kongo is part of an exciting welterweight scene

Kongo, who is managed and led by Dillian Whyte, said: “I have a new promoter to push me and take me to where I want to be world class and challenge for a world title, and of course a new coach in Ben who will make sure that I come back. on the top.

“I’m really looking forward to getting back in the ring now. The important thing for me this year is to fight back, stay active and climb the world rankings.”

BOXXER CEO and Founder Ben Shalom said, “As one of BOXXER’s first signings in 2022, we welcome Chris Kongo to the team and look forward to working with him this year.

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Kongo aims to fight for the title

“It’s a great year for him where we will work hard to bring him back to the world class mix and continue from there. The national and world 147 pound division is full of quality champions and fighters.

“Kongo can really make a comeback with some good wins this year and in the world top ten.”

“TKV” said: “I didn’t just do the numbers. I keep an eye on the national titles within my first 12 months and I know BOXXER and my team has the power to deliver. All I have to do is win.” .

Shalom added: “As an amateur, TKV has been one of the most exciting and explosive heavyweight talents in Britain and we are delighted to announce him as the latest addition to the BOXXER heavyweight division as he enters the professional ranks under famed coach Ben Davison. “

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