Mayweather Boxing + Fitness Goes Global
undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather, is proud to announce the opening of its first international locations in St. Petersburg and
Moscow. These are the first of at least 50 new studio locations planned throughout Russia in the next five years.
many other countries.”
in the rapidly growing fitness franchise. After the successful opening of his first Mayweather Boxing + Fitness studio in Hollywood (Cali.) – a marquee location for the brand - Kisko and his business partners
purchased the rights to develop all of Russia.
the additional support of a gold standard corporate team, we are developing an unmatched model for successful future studio openings throughout Russia.”
career. Members partake in 45 and 60-minute classes
consisting of boxing, weightlifting, body-weight exercises, and a variety of other dynamic fitness stations. State-of-the-art smart screen technology projects Floyd’s lessons throughout the duration of the class, giving the authentic feel of training alongside the legend himself. Whether a former athlete, young professional, stay-at-home
parent or someone getting back into fitness, the Mayweather
workout program is designed to help anyone burn up to 1,000
calories per class.
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