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Jamshid Nazari signs with Dragon Fire

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Jamshid Nazari signs with Dragon Fire

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Jamshid Nazari signs with Dragon Fire

Undefeated Norwegian Jr. Welterweight Jamshid Nazari has signed a management deal with Tony Tolj’s “Dragon Fire Boxing.”

Afghanistan born, Norwegian based Nazari is 6-0 and is looking forward to jumping back in the ring and resume his boxing career. Nazari trains with Henning Lillejord and Nils Kapstad at the Aik-Lund boxing club.

In his last fight back in October 2019, Nazari won by unanimous decision ver  Oszkar Fiko in Demark. For Nazari he is excited in this stage of his career to join with Dragon Fire.

“It means a lot to me and my career,” Nazari stated. “I trust Tony and have seen his great work with his other boxers over these many years. He takes care of his boxers and improve them in world ranks and really cares for his boxers, that means a lot to me and us fighter.

Now that Nazari has joined Dragon Fire, he is looking forward to climbing up the ranks.

“I want to get to the top in world rankings and be a good role model for the new generation, Nazari stated.” I know I have joined a great team and training harder than ever. I was looking forward to getting back in the ring and do what I love to do.”

Nazari a top amateur, with over 100 amateur fights which included 3-time Norwegian Champion, Nordic Champion, multiple international Gold Medallist, Haringey box cup gold medallist, Athlete of the year 2015

Oceania Manager of the year Tony Tolj added: “I am delighted to be working with Nazari now he’s got the backing of Dragon Fire Boxing, I am confident we can take Nazari to the next level and build on his success.”


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