Protocol to market World Boxing Super Series rights

World Boxing Super Series promoter Comosa has appointed the Protocol Sports Marketing agency to market global media-rights to the semi-finals and finals of the second season of the competition.

The upcoming semi-finals round, which will also feature contests for a total of 10 world championship belts, is being held over the course of three events.

Regis Prograis will take on Kiryl Relikh, while Nonito Donaire will fight Zolani Tete in the US on April 27. The event in the UK on May 18 will see fights between Josh Taylor and Ivan Baranchyk, and Emmanuel Rodriguez and Naoya Inoue.

Finally, an event in Latvia on June 15 will see contests between Mairis Briedis and Krzysztof Glowacki, and Mairis Briedis and Krzysztof Glowacki.

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