GH3 Promotions is pleased to announce the signing of undefeated Super Middleweight Ronald Ellis to a promotional contract. Ellis of Lynn, Massachusetts has a record of 12-0-1 with 10 knockouts and on February 19th, he fought a spirited draw with Jerry Odom as part of a ShoBox card.
Ellis turned professional in 2011 and was perfect in his first 12 bouts as he fought all over the United States and Mexico.
Ellis was a 2010 National Golden Gloves champion and he upset 2012 U.S. Olympian Terrell Gausha to win the championship.
“I’m thrilled to be a part of GH3 Promotions, Vito Mielnicki has given me the opportunity that I have been looking for and I like to thank him and my management team, Sheer Sports Management for making the deal happen. I’m looking forward to fighting as often as possible and facing the best opponents in my division. I have the talent and skills to reach the top of my division and moving forward that is my sole goal,” said Ronald ‘Flatline’ Ellis.
“We are very pleased to have Ronald in the fold,” said GH3 Promotions CEO Vito Mielnicki.
“It was a great fight between him and Jerry Odom. Ronald showed what kind of versatility he has as he displayed very good boxing skills and also that he can punch. I expect big things from him in the future and he will be back in a televised fight very shortly.”
Ellis is trained by Wali Moses. Moses also trains 2016 United States Olympian, Shakur Stevenson.