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Iron Mike Productions

Iron Mike Productions is a topic that has captivated society's interest for decades. Its importance is undeniable, and its impact has been felt in different aspects of daily life. Over the years, it has become an object of debate, research and reflection, generating different points of view and conflicting opinions. In this article, we will take a closer look at Iron Mike Productions and explore its implications in various contexts. From its influence on popular culture to its relevance in politics and the economy, Iron Mike Productions continues to generate a wide spectrum of discussion that leaves no one indifferent.

Iron Mike Productions (formerly Acquinity Sports) was a boxing promotion company, based in Deerfield Beach, Florida, United States. Acquinity Sports was founded in 2012 by Garry Jonas, CEO of Acquinity Interactive which abruptly ceased operations in 2013 after an FTC complaint. Jonas partnered with former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson in 2013, and changed the name of the company to Iron Mike Productions. They represented a diverse roster of boxers., including two-time Iraq War Veteran and undefeated Sammy Vazquez, Jr., Ukrainian amateur world champion, Ivgen Khytrov, super bantamweight champion JC Payano, and top U.S. amateur prospect, Erickson Lubin.

Key people


Name Division Nationality
Argenis Mendez Super Featherweight Dominican Republic Former IBF Super-Featherweight Championship of the World
Claudio Marrero Featherweight Dominican Republic Current WBA-NABA & FEDELATIN Champion, #2 WBA, #8 IBF
Juan Carlos Payano Bantamweight Dominican Republic Current WBA FEDELATIN Champion, WBA #6
Isiah Thomas Light Heavyweight USA Current WBA-NABA Light Heavyweight Champion, #10 WBA
Domonique Dolton Light Middleweight USA Current WBA-NABA Champion, #12 WBA
Yudel Jhonson Light Middleweight Cuba 2004 Olympic Silver Medalist
Felix Diaz Welterweight Dominican Republic 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist
Alexei Collado Super Bantamweight Cuba Undefeated
Farid Aghayev Middleweight Azerbaijan Undefeated
Lenin Castillo Light Heavyweight Dominican Republic 2008 Olympian
Moises Flores Super Bantamweight Mexico Undefeated
Ed Paredes Welterweight USA Current WBC Latino & WBA-NABA Champion, #3 WBA, #3 WBC, #14 IBF, #11 WBO
Humberto Savigne Light Heavyweight Cuba Current WBC #7
Albert Bell Super Featherweight USA Pro Debut
Joan Guzman Light Welterweight Dominican Republic 2X World Champion, Current #5 WBA
Erickson Lubin Welterweight USA Pro Debut
Dennis Galarza Super Featherweight USA Pro Debut

Notable events

Acquinity Sport's debut event was held on January 7, 2012 at Hollywood’s Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa, and was featured as the season opener of Telefutura's Solo Boxeo series. Its second major event, branded "D-Day, Dominican Domination" aired on ESPN 2's Friday Night Fights on March 2, 2012, and featured headliner Joan "Baby Tyson" Guzman, who had recently signed on with Acquinity Sports. On November 30, 2012, Acquinity and presented a combination boxing-music event. Dubbed "Beatdown 2012," it featured a championship fight between Guzman and Khabib Allakhverdiev, followed by musical performances by Fabolous, Flo Rida, Waka Flocka, DMX, Travis Porter and Fat Joe.

Name change

In 2013 Acquinity CEO Garry Jonas and former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson partnered and formed Iron Mike Productions. This marked the hall-of-famer's return to boxing since his last appearance in the ring in 2005. The new promotion company's debut took place on August 23, 2013, at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York, and will be broadcast live on ESPN2's Friday Night Fights.[needs update]


  1. ^ "FTC - Acquinity Action".
  2. ^ "Garry Jonas – CEO of Acquinity Sports /". Iron Mike Productions. Archived from the original on 2013-08-13. Retrieved 2013-09-15.
  3. ^ "Ed Paredes Looks To Put on a Show at Turning Stone - Boxing News". 2013-08-23. Retrieved 2013-09-15.
  4. ^ Anthony Hernandez (2012-11-29). "Beatdown 2012 at BB&T Center November 30 - - Music - Miami". Miami New Times. Retrieved 2013-09-15.

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