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Pound 4 Pound to create boxer Daniel Jacobs apparel line
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Apr '09
Pound 4 Pound Apparel, a Cleveland, Ohio based company specializing in the design, marketing and distribution of officially licensed boxing t-shirts, clothing and apparel announced it has signed Daniel Jacobs to a licensing agreement.

Pound 4 Pound Apparel works hand in hand with boxers to create a complete line of boxing t-shirts, clothing and apparel designed specifically to each boxer's unique style, brand and message.

Jacobs, a celebrated amateur fighter and former two-time national golden gloves champion, has compiled a record of 14-0 with 13 knockouts in his first year as a professional. 9 of his knockouts have come in the first round. A native of the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, New York, Jacobs fights in the Super Middleweight division and is promoted by Golden Boy Promotions. His next fight is scheduled for Friday, April 24th against Jose Varela. The fight will be broadcast live on ESPN Fright Night Fights.

According to Jason Green, Vice President of Marketing, "Since a young age, Danny has been one of the best amateur fighters in the world. But there are a lot of good amateur fighters. What's impressed me about Danny is the smooth transition he's made to the professional ranks. He's also a great individual outside of the ring. He's charismatic, personable, and yet still down to earth and humble. We feel Danny will be a future world champion and pound for pound great, and we'll be right there with him. We're proud to have Danny represent Pound 4 Pound Apparel."

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