Former champ Rahman going into management

From ESPN - March 14, 2018

Former heavyweight world champion Hasim Rahman has been retired from the ring since 2014, but now he has a new job in boxing: manager.

Rahman has signed on to work with management firm Prince Ranch Boxing in Las Vegas, the company has announced.

Rahman is on board to help the company scout talent and work with house trainer Clarence "Bones" Adams, a former junior featherweight world titleholder.

"Hasim has a keen eye when it comes to scouting talented fighters," Greg Hannely, president of Prince Ranch Boxing, said. "Adding him to our management team is only going to make us stronger. He's been in the ring with world class fighters and knows what it takes to get to the top. He's going to be a valuable asset to our team."


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