No Limit Mindset Signs Welterweight Sagadat Rakhmankul To A Managerial Contract

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No Limit Mindset is pleased to announce the signing of welterweight prospect Sagadat Rakhmankul to a managerial contract.

Rakhmankul of Taraz, Kazakhstan, and now lives in Northridge, California has a record of 4-1 with two knockouts.

The now 25 year-old has a stellar amateur career that saw Rakhmankul go 232-26 as he won the 2010 Sattarkenov Youth Memorial Tournament, 2013 Kazakhstan National Tournament, 2014 President’s Cup Tournament, Took 2nd at 2014 Kazakhstan National Tournament and quarterfinalists 2016 Kazakhstan National Tournament.

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He was the champion of Kazakhstan Champion of “Spartakiada Kazakhstan”, as well as Champion of International Tournament in Albania, Simkent, Almaty, Belarus, Finland, Azerbaijnan, and Kingistan.

Rakhmankul is coming off a 3rd round stoppage over Brandon Adams on March 16th in Hollywood, California.

He is now being trained by Hall of Fame trainer Buddy McGirt.

“Saga is a special fighter! Buddy McGirt told me he had a fighter he wanted me to take a look at, and it didn’t take very long for me to realize that this young man has talent that can’t be taught. Buddy will add a few things to Sagadat’s style that is going to make him a serious problem at 147. We are going to get him a win in June, and then bring him right back in August to keep him as busy as possible. I am excited to add him to growing list of talent,” said Shane Shapiro of No Limit Mindset LLC.

Rakhmankul will be in action on June 14th in Tijuana, Mexico against 74-fight veteran Daniel Armando Valenzuela.

“Shane Shapiro is a manager like none other in this sport. He has done so much for me in a short time with his actions, and for a person like me and where I come from, that means everything. Shane and Buddy McGirt’s belief in me, give me all the confidence in training and in the fights that I will be competing for a world title in no time. I am getting high level sparring, top notch training, and a manager who allows me to put all my focus into my craft. This is a dream come true,”said Rakhmankul

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