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Savdons Twins Sign Deal With Tony Tolj


Savdons Twins Sign Deal With Tony Tolj

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Savdons Twins Sign Deal With Tony Tolj

Australian boxing manager and promoter Tony Tolj has recently expanded his European boxing stable by signing twin brothers, Artjoms and Deniss Savdons of Riga, Latvia.

Coincidentally it is the second pair of twins Tolj now manages, the Savdons brothers joining Andrew and Jason Moloney at Dragon Fire Boxing.

Both 24-years-olds are competing in the light heavyweight division. The pair stand with identical records of 5-0. The Savdons brothers join an ever-growing pool of talented fighters in Latvia, with the likes of Ricards Bolotniks and Mairis Briedis leading the pack.

“I believe ‘The Savage’ Savdons brothers have the hunger, desire and ability to go all the way in this sport. I’m looking forward to adding the boys to our growing European stable and am excited about working in the Baltic region. If you look at the work we have done in Chile with Andres Campos and Junior Cruzat, I am looking to replicate what we have done in South America. I have a soft spot for European Boxing, my father is Croatian and my mother is Macedonian. We have big plans for Europe and I’m delighted to sign Deniss and Artjoms Savdons,” said Tony Tolj on his latest acquisitions.

Deniss and Artjoms gave a joint statement on signing with Tolj, who has achieved great success with decade-long world champion, Chris John.

“We are very excited to be working with Tony and his team. He has done some great work with fighters from all over the world and we are very excited by this opportunity to work with him. We are looking forward to fighting soon and showing the world what we can do. Tony has far reaching contacts and the future of our careers now look very bright indeed.”

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