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Brooklyn Boxing Unveils Limited Edition Merch



Brooklyn Boxing Unveils Limited Edition Merch





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BROOKLYN (March 15, 2017) – BROOKLYN BOXING has partnered with Brooklyn retailer Antler & Woods to unveil a special collection of limited edition merchandise in support of Brooklyn native Daniel “Miracle Man” Jacobs, ahead of his showdown with Gennady “GGG” Golovkin on Saturday, March 18.


The collection features sweatshirts, sweatpants, t-shirts, and hats adorned with black and gold BROOKLYN BOXING branding. Select pieces showcase a signature print with a boxer’s key tools for training: heavy bags, speed bags, and gloves. Jacobs, a bone cancer survivor, chose gold as the main color in honor of his fight against the disease, and as a nod to the championship belts on the line during Saturday’s fight.


As Jacobs and his cornermen take their walk from his locker room to the ring, they’ll wear a full array of BROOKLYN BOXING gear.  Jacobs’ fight kit will include branded gloves, trunks and a robe, which will feature his “Miracle Man” moniker, and, in what has become custom for Jacobs, his trunks will display his son’s name, Nate, across the waistband. Jacobs’ cornermen will unveil a more non-traditional look sporting “Team Jacobs” varsity cardigans, which will also be available at retail.


“Every time I step into the ring, I hope to make Brooklyn proud,” said Jacobs. “The Miracle Man collection is for Brooklyn, by Brooklyn, and I’m honored to have the borough in my corner on Saturday night.”


BROOKLYN BOXING has also rolled out a social campaign in support of Jacobs, in which fans are encouraged to post photos using the hashtag #InDanielsCorner to show their support.


On Saturday night, BROOKLYN BOXING will host a watch party at McMahon’s Public House on 5th Ave. in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The party will be sponsored by Corona, and will feature prizes and giveaways throughout the night. The limited edition merchandise will also be for sale at the party.


BROOKLYN BOXING, the flourishing boxing platform for Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment, launched its merchandise line last year. The line features a unique brand of active wear, lifestyle apparel, and accessories for men and women, fighters and fans alike.


Fans can purchase the apparel online at, and in person on Saturday at McMahon’s Public House.



Where country roads and street culture collide, Antler & Woods is limited edition quality goods for all seasons. Antler & Woods opened the doors to its Brooklyn brick-and-mortar location on May 15, 2015, located at 374 Atlantic Ave in Boerum Hill.



Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment (BSE) develops and operates state-of-the-art venues and manages premier sports franchises, delivering dynamic content and experiences for audiences. BSE oversees programming, marketing, sales, and operations for Barclays Center and Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Presented By New York Community Bank, and manages and controls the NBA's Brooklyn Nets and its Development League team, the Long Island Nets, as well as the business operations of the NHL's New York Islanders.


Barclays Center, which opened on September 28, 2012, offers 17,732 seats for basketball, 15,795 for hockey, and up to 19,000 seats for concerts, and has 101 luxury suites, four bars/lounges, four clubs, and 40/40 CLUB & Restaurant by Tanduay.


The New Coliseum Presented By NYCB, scheduled to reopen April 5, 2017 after extensive renovation, will offer 13,000 seats for hockey, 13,500 for basketball, and 14,500 for standard concert configurations, with the ability to flex up. The bowl will have a theater seating option for 4,000 guests. With a focus on emerging businesses, BSE identifies and creates alliances, strategic partners and other business opportunities to ensure the success of its assets.


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Founder/editor Michael Woods got addicted to boxing in 1990, when Buster Douglas shocked the world with his demolition of the then-impregnable Mike Tyson. The Brooklyn-based journalist has covered the sport since for ESPN The Magazine,, Bad Left Hook and RING. His journalism career started with NY Newsday in 1999. Michael Woods is also an accomplished blow by blow and color man, having done work for Top Rank, DiBella Entertainment, EPIX, and for Facebook Fightnight Live, since 2017.