Philadelphia (July 29, 2014)– D & D Management is proud to announce the re-signing of undefeated Super Middleweight,Jesse “Hard Work” Hart to an exclusive managerial contract.
Hart of Philadelphia has a record of 14-0 with 11 knockouts, signed with D & D Management following a stellar amateur career and then he signed with promotional powerhouse Top Rank Inc.
Hart has established himself as one of the top prospects in the world and has big wins over Joshua Myers, Tyrell Hendrix, Derrick Findley, Sammy Clarkson and in his last bout when he stopped Shujaa El Amin in six rounds on June 14.
“The first two years have been wonderful. There has been nothing bad,”said Hart.
“I need to be around people who care about me. D & D has done business very well. I got an endorsement deal with Nike and they made it happen for me.”
“I know I will be world champion. I keep hearing the name of Arthur Abraham who is the WBO champion. D & D and Top Rank has groomed me the right way and I keep getting better.”, finished the undefeated Hart
“We are very happy to re-sign Jesse,” said D & D Management co-manager David Price. “It means a lot that we signed him out of the amateurs and in the next year or so we will see this through to winning a world title.”
“It also means a lot that Jesse has the confidence to help him reach his goal to become world champion and we look forward to a big future together,” finished Price
Said co-manager Doc Nowicki, “We are extremely happy to have signed Jesse. We always thought that Jesse was a complete fighter with great potential. Now that we have been with him for over 2 years, I believe that he can become a superstar with his in ring performance combined with his personality,”
“We believe in the next 12 to 18 months, we will have a world champion,” finished Nowicki.
D & D Management has established themselves as one of the top boxing Management companies in the country. In addition to Hart, the duo of Doc Nowicki and Dave Price also manage Jr. Welterweight contender Emanuel Taylor, undefeated Super Middleweight Derrick Webster, Middleweight DeCarlo Perez, as well as come backing Lightweight Keenan Smith.