Cooperation with Boxing Supplier sports2be

Former boxing world champion Henry Maske speaks at the ISPO Munich 2018

He was a professional boxer and world champion in light-heavy weight - now Henry Maske becomes brand ambassador of the boxing and fitness equipment supplier sports2be. With this cooperation, the company from German federal state Rhineland-Palatinate intends to provide new impulses for its "Starpro" and "Proteus" brands.

The former boxing pro Henry Maske speaks as the new brand ambassador for the equipment supplier sports2be at the ISPO Munich 2018.
The former boxing pro Henry Maske speaks as the new brand ambassador for the equipment supplier sports2be at the ISPO Munich 2018.

The "Gentleman" will come to the ISPO Munich 2018: The former German professional boxer Henry Maske will speak at Health & Fitness Forum by ISPO Munich in Hall A6 at noon on Monday (12 am). The occasion is the cooperation between Maske and the supplier sports2be. The company from Dernbach in German federal state Rhineland-Palatinate specializes in boxing equipment and fitness equipment, among other things, and is exhibiting in Hall A6 at the ISPO Munich.

New impulses for the "Starpro" and "Proteus" brands

The aim of the cooperation is to create new impulses in boxing with the "Starpro" brand and in the fitness sector with the "Proteus" brand. "I was quickly convinced of the brands, products and concepts," Maske said Maske to the online magazine Boxsport. "I would like to incorporate my many years of experience into product development."

The managing director of sports2be, Frank Koch, was proud to have won a legend in boxing as a brand ambassador. "Henry has an enormous experience and I see great potential for the future in our partnership," Koch said.

Henry Maske - once the measure of all things in light heavyweight

In the 1980s, Henry Maske was one of the world's best amateur boxers in light heavyweight. He then moved on to the pros, where he fought 32 times (31 victories). In 1993 he became World Champion at the International Boxing Federation (IBF) and defended the title ten times. He didn't get involved in the often typical trash talk between the opponents in boxing and often stated that he would give the answer in the ring.







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