Dulorme On His Promotional Situation

Junior welterweight contender, Thomas Dulorme ( 20-1, 14 KO’s ) from Puerto Rico not only moved his training camp to Oxnard , California under the tutelage of Robert Garcia, but he also made some changes on a promotional level.

Of the three promoters Dulorme signed in 2010, DiBella Entertainment, Universal Promotions and Gary Shaw Productions, the last one will continue with the quoted boxer.

“I bought the parts of my contract that belonged to Lou DiBella and Javier Bustillo, but Gary Shaw stays in” Dulorme said, “I felt that lately those businesses were not going well, and I had to do something about it, but this is nothing personal against DiBella and Bustillo because they have been very important in my career and I learned a lot from them but still, this is just plain business”.

Dulorme , graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Art Lyceum of Technology with specialization in Delineation in Autocad; he is studying all angles of his boxing career.

“In this business everything is possible. If it’s convenient for me to stay with the part of my contract, that I will do, if a possibility of renegotiation with another promoter appears , I will consider it because this is a matter of situations, and to be able to take advantage of them when they show up” Dulorme said.

Dulorme is expected to return to the ring for the month of April.

Currently the Puerto Rican is ranked #3 WBA, #5 IBF, #7 WBC and #14 WBO at the junior welterweight division.
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