Welcome to the Kambosos-Kahn Victory Tour

Welcome to the Kambosos-Kahn Victory Tour November 27, 2021; New York, NY: George Kambosos celebrates his victory with manager Peter Kahn over Teofimo Lopez during their November 27, 2021 fight at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden (Photo by Ed Mulholland/Matchroom). 24 Dec by Joseph Santoliquito Fighters that pull off huge victories afterwards get lost for months, sometimes for even over a year before they resurface to promote their next fight. What new lightweight world champion George Kambosos and his manager, Peter Kahn, did earlier in December was quite the opposite—and a great template to follow for fighters who did what Kambosos did. In the marketing world, it’s all about the bounce. Keep it going until it dies into a steady dribble. For a week after Kambosos (20-0, 10 knockouts) wrested the WBA, IBF, WBC Franchise, WBO and Ring Magazine lightweight world title belts from Teofimo Lopez Jr. (16-1, 12 KOs) on Nov. 27 at the soldout Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, Kambosos and Kahn traveled around the country, logging 5,268 miles through the air in a week. It’s what NBA and Major League Baseball teams do. In modern boxing today, it was unprecedented. It’s what Muhammad Ali used to do. Kambosos and Kahn hit Miami, after leaving New York. Then it was off to Las Vegas, then a stop in Los Angeles, then to Austin, Texas, for Joe Rogen’s highly popular podcast. You couldn’t miss them. Since Becoming Champion Of The World Everyone Has Been Calling Me Out!! Even Burnie The @MiamiHEAT Mascot

Welcome to the Kambosos-Kahn Victory Tour

Welcome to the Kambosos-Kahn Victory Tour

November 27, 2021; New York, NY: George Kambosos celebrates his victory with manager Peter Kahn over Teofimo Lopez during their November 27, 2021 fight at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden (Photo by Ed Mulholland/Matchroom).
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by Joseph Santoliquito

Fighters that pull off huge victories afterwards get lost for months, sometimes for even over a year before they resurface to promote their next fight. What new lightweight world champion George Kambosos and his manager, Peter Kahn, did earlier in December was quite the opposite—and a great template to follow for fighters who did what Kambosos did.

In the marketing world, it’s all about the bounce. Keep it going until it dies into a steady dribble.

For a week after Kambosos (20-0, 10 knockouts) wrested the WBA, IBF, WBC Franchise, WBO and Ring Magazine lightweight world title belts from Teofimo Lopez Jr. (16-1, 12 KOs) on Nov. 27 at the soldout Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, Kambosos and Kahn traveled around the country, logging 5,268 miles through the air in a week.

It’s what NBA and Major League Baseball teams do.

In modern boxing today, it was unprecedented. It’s what Muhammad Ali used to do.

Kambosos and Kahn hit Miami, after leaving New York. Then it was off to Las Vegas, then a stop in Los Angeles, then to Austin, Texas, for Joe Rogen’s highly popular podcast. You couldn’t miss them.