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How To Get Boxing Sponsorships

There are a couple of people who have put boxing on the map as far as professional sports go and if you think that you’d also like to be a boxing champ, then you’re going to have to put in many hours inside and outside of the gym.  Inside the gym, you can practice, listen to your coach, and what others box.  Outside of the gym is where finding a sponsor comes into play.  While some boxers are wealth before they start their career, the majority of them are not and sponsors help them come up with the cash and boxing equipment that they need to become boxing stars.  If you’re interested in making it big, then look at the three tips on finding sponsors below.

Go to a couple of boxing matches as a spectator and observe who seems to be very interested in the sport.  Contact them. Give them information about yourself and your boxing career.  Invite them to one of your upcoming matches and give them a business card as well.  Explain to them that you are looking for people to help sponsor your boxing career.  Then when they come to your next match, go back and talk to them again.  Networking and connections are what it’s all about, so start talking to people now. 

Move outside the gym and talk to friends and family.  Since sponsorship comes in many forms, they might be willing to help you out monetarily, or give you some things for free.  If they have boxing gear in their house, they could give that to you.  Or lend it to you while you’re saving to buy your own.  They might also be able to help you with services.  Maybe someone you know is a nutritionist who could put a special boxing diet together for you.  Or someone might own a gym that you could go to.  The sky’s the limit. 

Look into coaching as well.  As a boxer, you could coach a couple of different types of people.  Boxers would be the obvious choice, but you could also look into coaching people into martial arts.  While not exactly the same as boxing, there are some similar stretches and strength training exercises that you could help them with.

If this sounds like something that interests you, consider contacting one of our sponsorship consultants to find out more information.

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