Midrar Sports of Jordan Brings Prince Naseem Hamed in for Big Middle East Boxing Plans and Events
DALLAS, TEXAS - Former two-time world boxing champion "Prince" Naseem Hamed is making an important trip to Amman, Jordan later this week to meet with a King, conduct press conferences and other events hosted by Midrar Sports of Amman. No. It's not about a comeback for the former featherweight champion who compiled a professional record of 36-1, (30 KO's), who mesmerized fans worldwide with his style and charisma..
Article posted on 25.05.2010
"I want to help the youth in the Middle East get motivated through boxing," said Hamed. "I want to help inspire the youth that believe they have no other life in front of them.
"I want to build Prince Naseem Hamed Boxing Institutes of Excellence throughout all Middle East countries and build a bridge of cooperation and tolerance from the Middle East to The West. My primary focus is to promote good that will have universal value for all humanity," Hamed said.
Hamed believes he has the plan.
"I started fighting at age seven until I was 28 at the world-class level. I understand the dynamics needed to keep the youth motivated after they have started. Nobody can provide the drama that I can. Not all will be successful in boxing, but maybe a few will that can make an Olympics, or be a professional contender or a world champion," said Hamed.
Among those Hamed will meet in Amman will include His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan;the Jordanian National Boxing Team; and H.H. Alsharif Mohammed Alluhaymaq, Chairman of Midrar Sports.
"We are excited to welcome the Prince here," said Samer Kamal, General Manager of Middle East sports giant Midrar Sports. "I believe we have a lot of the same hopes for our youth through the outlet of sports and we believe his Boxing Institutes will be successful," Kamal said.
Kamal was also a bronze Medalist in Tae Kwon Do at the 1988 Seoul, Korea Summer Olympic Games.
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