Launched in 2003, Florida-based Warrior’s Boxing operates under a simple philosophy - bring the best boxers in the world to fight fans, match them up in competitive bouts, and in doing so help re-establish the sport of boxing for a new generation.

This unwavering standard has allowed Warriors Boxing to thrive in a business where only the strong survive. And with a series of successful pay-per-view, premium cable, nationally televised events, as well as countless packed houses to its credit, the Warriors business model is working wonders in a sport that was sorely in need of innovation and energy.

At its core, a promotional company is only as good as the fighters and fights it promotes.

Warriors Boxing has delivered on all fronts, with outstanding bouts such as Fonfara-Campillo at US Cellular Field, Roberto Garcia vs. Victor Cayo at the Hialeah Race Track in Miami, the unforgettable Szpilka-Mollo series of fights, Lara-Molina at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, Cayo-Peterson, Abraham-Miranda I & II, Miranda-Pavlik, Miranda-Green, Ibragimov-Briggs, Ibragimov-Klitschko, Urango-Hatton, Urango-Bailey, Cayo-Maidana and Ibragimov-Holyfield, etc.

Warriors counts among its fighter stable no less than three current world champions in WBC Cruiserweight boss Krzysztof Wlodarczyk, IBF Light Middleweight Champion Carlos Molina and IBF Super Featherweight Champion Rances Barthelemy.

Boxing can't survive without young stars to keep it going though, and Warriors has that end of the business covered, with junior middleweight Jonathan Gonzalez from Puerto Rico, as well as Eddie Ramirez and Jose Felix Quezada from Chicago making sure that boxing fans have a lot to look forward to in the coming years.

Boxing fans can certainly breathe a sigh of relief that there is a company working tirelessly to bring them the best in the sport on a consistent basis. It's a new standard for boxing promotion that will put the sport back where it belongs on the world stage – finally.