Friday, April 8, 2011
SUFFER Expands Into Boxing and Welcomes "Ferocious" Fernando Vargas to Its Team
Mr. Lewis went on to state that the company has been planning its expansion into other combat / extreme sports. "Boxing is a natural transition for us since it's so important in MMA. There is talk about Vargas returning to the ring, he has started training at the Suffer Training Center recently, and we wish him the best of luck."
Mr. Vargas brings with him an enormous Latino following. He also will help bridge the gap between Boxing and MMA for the sport and for the company. We are currently in negotiations with a distributor in Mexico so this can only help.
Vargas, a former 3-time Junior Middle Weight Champion, will also be holding Boxing seminars at the Suffer Training Center. Information will be posted on the Suffer website www.sufferapparel.com this week.
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