Javon “Wanna” Walton, an increasing Hollywood star and boxing up-and-comer, has actually been signed by Most Valuable Promotions (MVP), the boxing marketing business co-founded by Jake Paul, according to authorities from ESPN.
Having currently attained success in his amateur boxing profession, consisting of many success and champions, Walton is commonly understood for his function as Ashtray on the HBO Emmy-winning series “Euphoria.” At simply 17 years of ages, he is MVP’s youngest finalizing and has actually currently built up a big following on social networks.
MVP prepares for Walton to make his expert boxing launching in 2024, and they will supply assistance as he finishes his amateur profession. Additionally, MVP will help Walton with brand name structure, material development, and marketing, with the objective of making his boxing journey distinct and unique.
Walton will be presented personally by MVP throughout the open exercises for the Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz occasion in Dallas on August second. He signs up with a respected lineup of fighters signed to MVP, consisting of Amanda Serrano, Ashton Sylve, and Shadasia Green. Walton will likewise contend in future MVP occasions, consisting of the Most Valuable Prospects series, while continuing to train under the assistance of his daddy and coach, DJ.
Recognized not just for his Hollywood success and growing social networks existence, however likewise as a professional athlete, Walton ended up being the youngest person to sign a handle Nike’s distinguished Jordan Brand last November. With his mix of abilities, strong worths, and dedicated fan base, Paul and Bidarian, the creators of MVP, think that Walton has the prospective to end up being the face of fight sports in the coming years. They revealed their enjoyment in inviting Walton to their lineup of remarkable professional athletes and expect his future headlining worldwide pay-per-view occasions.
Paul’s upcoming fight against Diaz, together with the undercard including Serrano, Sylve, and Green, will happen on August 5th in Dallas.