Cruiserweight Noel Mikaelian Confirmed His Promotional Agreement with Probellum

Cruiserweight Noel Mikaelian Confirmed His Promotional Agreement with Probellum

Probellum, the fastest growing media and boxing company, signed a promotional agreement with 31-year former cruiserweight champion Noel ‘Gevor’ Mikaelian.

Since launching in September, Probellum has announced several promotions and has been expanding at a fast pace. The Armenian-German is the newest addition to Probellum’s roster. 

Mikaelian said, “I’m very happy to sign for Probellum, the most exciting new brand in boxing.”

“I believe this will be a significant step in my development as a fighter, and I’m really looking forward to starting 2022 in a positive way, under the guidance of Probellum.”

The former WBO international cruiserweight champion, with his spectacular record (25-2, 10 KOs) has consistently showcased his quality throughout the 10-year span of his professional career.

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Richard Schaefer, President of Probellum said, “Noel has proven his quality for many years, and we are delighted to confirm his signing.”

Further, he said, “The fact he has fought 27 times and secured 25 victories speaks volumes, and we are eager to see him take his undoubted talent onto another level with Probellum.”

Along with Mikaelian, Probellum has already filled its roster with an army of fighters, including Luke and Pat McCormack, Regis Progrias, Lee McGregor, Ricky Burns, Lewis Ritson, Muhammad Waseem, Jack Bowen, Hark Dickinson, Arthur Biyarslanov, Eimantas Stanionis, Nonito Donaire, and Jason Malia.

Also commemorating Sunny Edwards’ impressive win over Jayson Mama to retain his IBF flyweight title in the UK, the Probellum’s inauguration event took place at Coca-Cola’s Arena last Saturday.

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